Indian Country Fire and Forestry Publications
While this is not a complete library of resources, the following are several research papers and stories about Indian Country Wildland Fire Management.
- Solving the management "Rubik's Cube" - Tribal Forests Today - Debra Utacia Krol
- Moved by Fire: History's Promethean Moment - Stephen Pyne (Nov. 2014)
- Elite Native American Firefighters Join Crews at Yosemite - Kirk Siegler, National Public Radio
- Communicating about Fire with Tribal Organizations
- Facing the Storm- Indian Tribes, Climate-Induced Weather Extremes, and the Future for Indian Country
- Fire and Social Media: Managing for Multiple Objectives
- Fire Warriors - American Indian firefighters in the Southwest
- Forestry In Indian Country: Models of Sustainability for our Nation's Forests
- Listening and Learning from Traditional Knowledge and Western Science: A Dialogue on Contemporary Challenges of Forest Health and Wildfire
- Listening to Neglected Voices, American Indian Perspectives on Natural Resource Management
- National American Indian Heritage Month - Where did it come from?
- NIFC Contributes to Wind River Reservation Book Giveaway
- The Captain Gap Fire, the Taos Snowballs and Smokey Bear
- Supporting Cultural Uniqueness: The BIA Branch of Wildland Fire Management