03.18.20| True North
The National Wildfire Suppression Association (NWSA) represents over 150 private wildland fire services contractors who operate on an as-needed basis to provide federal/state and local agencies with a variety of resources for wildland fire and other emergency incidents. Resources include twenty-person firefighting crews, timber faller modules, engines, tenders, dozers and other specialized fire equipment as well as a full complement of fire/emergency incident camp services.
03.24.20| True North
With more fire in the wildland-urban interface, greater all-hazard challenges taxing our resources and no expectation of change soon, it’s critical to come together to discuss the issues impacting our industry.
The WUI Conference brings together firefighters, researchers, and leadership at the local, state, federal and tribal levels to collaborate on emerging issues and educate wildland-fire management.
The WEI Operations Conference brings together over 600 electric and natural gas energy operations senior leaders, managers, supervisors, and front-line employees for three days of education and networking, with breakout discussions for specific operations functions.
04.20.20| True North
FDIC International offers 35,000+ Fire & Rescue professionals from 65+ countries around the world, quality world-class instructors, classrooms, workshops, H.O.T. evolutions, and the most innovative products and services available to the industry displayed by over 800 exhibiting companies. The FDIC Experience is more than your traditional trade show it’s about the learning and sharing with your peers formally and informally through hallway conversations, developing life-long friendships and recharging your passion for the industry. Simply, there is no other event like FDIC International and to experience it, you’ll simply have to attend.
04.25.20| True North
Every year thousands of Firefighters protect communities from wildland fires. We are dedicated individuals working together to defend life and property from fire's potential devastation. Variable, rugged terrain and dangerous conditions require knowledge, strength and cooperation.
The Leavenworth Firefighter Challenge serves as an opportunity for Firefighters to connect with our Brothers and Sisters from around the region. The race is an opportunity to rep our crews and departments; to demonstrate that we are ready for the coming season; and to share stories over beers and around the fire.