The role of fire: A conversation with Bryan Rice, Department of the Interior's Office of Wildland Fire

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What role does fire play in shaping natural resource land management? How does Interior’s Office of Wildland Fire work to suppress wildland fire? What is being done to reduce the risks to first responders and the public? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Bryan Rice, Director of the Office of Wildland Fire, Department of the Interior.


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Bryan Rice shares overall responsibility and oversight for the Department of the Interior's Office of Wildland Fire with the Office Director.

He coordinates with federal, non-federal, and tribal partners.

Rice also represents the DOI Wildland Fire Management program with external organizations.

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