FGDC Cadastral Subcommittee - Projects and Workgroups
Wildland Fire Work Group
The FGDC Cadastral Subcommittee involvement with the wildland fire community began in 2005 with a workshop in Denver that brought wildland fire managers and the cadastral community together to discuss the benefits of working together. This multi-disciplinary group had a wide range of experiences and expertise with the business operations of wildland fire planning, response, and recovery as well as knowledge of cadastral information and its potential uses in emergencies.
The Wildland Working Group is focused on describing the attributes, domains of values, features, and representation parcel data, structure locations related to parcel data, and other cadastral information that can be applied to all phases of wildland fire management.
Wildland Fire and Parcel Data
Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, Story Map
The Santa Clara Pueblo is located in northern New Mexico and includes 90 square miles of tribal lands. Over the past 20-years, three large wildfires have impacted more than 90% of Santa Clara forests. This Story Map describes some of the mitigation and recovery efforts.
Parcel Data and Wildland Fire - Needs Assessment 2005
The Wildland Fire and Parcel Data Workshop was sponsored by the Federal Geographic Data Committee’s (FGDC) Subcommittee for Cadastral Data in response to policies and guidance issued by the Western Governors Association and to national homeland security needs for all agencies to be prepared and responsive in emergencies.
Presentation on Parcel Data in Wildland Fire Management - 2007
Wildland Fire Parcel Data Report 2007
This report provides a high level summary of the status of parcel data acquired for the wildland fire program in 2007.
Wildland Fire Parcel Data Report - 2012
This report provides a high level summary of the status of parcel data acquired for the wildland fire program in 2011-2012 including status of parcel data, agreements, and limitations on the availability and use of the data.
State of Washington - Parcel Data for Wildland Fire
Rural Technology Initiative (RTI) developed an online tutorial on how to use the Washington State Parcel and Forestland databases to assist wildland fire fighters, incident commanders, and response teams.