Trust: A Planning Guide for Wildfire Agencies and Practitioners—An International Collaboration Drawing on Research and Management Experience in Australia, Canada, and the United States Public Deposited

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  • Abstract: This planning guide is the outcome of an international collaboration of researchers and practitioners/field managers working in communities at risk of wildfire in three countries. Initially, the team of social scientists from Australia, Canada, and the United States utilized the collective research literature to examine factors that influence stakeholder trust. A working draft of this document was shared with experienced agency personnel and community leaders previous to interactive workshops and field visits in each country. This allowed for deliberations of the essential features of building trust among parties. The discussions and contributions, as well as subsequent review, by workshop participants shaped this final document.
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  • Shindler, B., C. Olsen, S. McCaffrey, B. McFarlane, A. Christianson, T. McGee, A. Curtis, and E. Sharp. 2014. Trust: A Planning Guide for Wildfire Agencies and Practitioners—An International Collaboration Drawing on Research and Management Experience in Australia, Canada, and the United States. A Joint Fire Science Program Research Publication. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.
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  • Context ii Introduction iii Section 1: The relevance of trust in fire management and operations 1 Section 2: Actions for achieving outcomes that build trust 7 Section 3: Fire management and trust-building examples 11 Example 1: Wildfire response, The Harrietville fire of 2013, Victoria, Australia 11 Example 2: Fuels treatment on public land, FireSmart- ForestWise, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada 13 Example 3: Fire mitigation in communties, Peavine FireSmart Projects, Peavine Métis Settlement, Alberta, Canada 14 Example 4: Collaborative planning, Deschutes Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Project, Oregon, United States 15 Example 5: Interagency partnership, The Teton Interagency Fire Partnership, Wyoming, United States 16 Section 4: Assessment tools 17 Research process 19 References and resources 20
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