Northeast Fire Program
Northeast Region

Educational Tools

A variety of fire educational materials for schools, teachers, and the public are available from the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Downloadable and printable documents are available at U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - Fire Management

For more information on northeast region outreach materials, see Contact Us.

Please visit some of the internet sites below to find more educational materials about fire.

View our video Managing Fire to Benefit Wildlife and People to learn more about controlled burning on National Wildlife Refuges.

National Wildfire Coordinating Group - Links for Fire Education

National Interagency Fire Center Prevention and Education Links

The National Park Service Fire and Aviation Education Page

Exploring Wildfire Educator’s Guide (Bureau of Land Management) Adobe Acrobat Reader required to read this document.

Living with Fire: Making Wise Choices (U.S. Forest Service)

NOVA: Fire Wars!

Discovery Channel: Fire Ecology Curriculum, grades 9-12

Taking a Stand: Pros and Cons of Forest Fires

Official Smokey Bear Website

To download our “Fire Management in the Northeast” brochure, please click the image. Adobe Acrobat Reader required to read this document.

Fire management in the northeast brochure cover

4 men stand under banner saluting the 100th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America
Mike Durfee, Brett Gore, Rick Vollick and Fred Wetzel staff a booth at the Boy Scout Jamboree.
Credit: USFWS
waquoit block party
Northeast Region fire outreach coordinator Catherine Hibbard at a Cape Cod community festival
Credit: USFWS

Two men stand in front of two posters with fire on them

Former Northeast Regional Director Marvin Moriarty and Richard Starr of the Chesapeake Bay Field Office stand in front of fire posters at the 2011 Northeast Biologists' Conference. Credit: Catherine J. Hibbard/USFWS

Last updated: February 27, 2013