Indian Affairs | BIA-NIFC

BIA-Branch of Wildland Fire Management

Our Mission is to execute our fiduciary trust responsibility by protecting lives, property, and resources while restoring and maintaining healthy ecosystems through cost-effective and creative fire-management programs, collaboration, and promoting Indian self-determination.   

About Indian Country Fire Management

Fire Information & Outlook

Smoke Signals Archives
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Smoke Signals is a newsletter published by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Wildland Fire Management at the National Interagency Fire Center. The newsletter, written by authors from across Indian Country, highlights activities and accomplishments taking place in the forestry and wildland fire management programs across the nation.

Vol 027 Feb 2014 Smoke Signals


 Branch of Forest Resource Planning

Job Opportunities & Resources

Preventing Wildland Fires

Protecting Trust Land

Managing Risk

Training for Success

Social Media

Resilient Landscapes & Managing Fuels

Wildland Fire Policy

About the Division of Forestry & Wildland Fire Management

Stronger with Partners

National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC)
Intertribal Timber Council (ITC)
DOI Latest Happenings


Navigating Indian Country

Map of BIA Regions
Indian Forestry & Natural Resources National Directory
Indian Affairs Tribal Dictionary
Regional Information

Contact Us

National Interagency Fire Center
3833 S. Development Ave.
Boise, ID 83705


Employee Links

Bison Connect Webmail Access
DOI Learn
Employee Express
Office of Personnel Management
ROSS Web Status