Klamath/Lake Forest Health Management Guide (1999) - Developed for the KLFHP and the Klamath Ecosystem Education Partnership, the Management Guide explains how woodland owners can develop, implement, and evaluate forest management projects on their land while considering the full range of resources and effects over the larger watershed.
Fire-Adapted Communities: The Next Step in Wildfire Preparedness - Published by OSU Extension Service in 2015 for Klamath County to explain the history of fire in Klamath County and the steps to make our homes and communities safer (4.2Mb).
2016 Klamath County Community Wildfire Protection Plan (KC CWPP) - An update of the 2007 KC CWPP, which was prepared to support the planning efforts of all agencies and districts that participate in wildland fire management by compiling analyses of wildland fire hazards for defined WUI (Wildland Urban Interface) communities in Klamath County (3.5Mb).
Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI) has compiled a current guide to technical, financial, and educational resources for Oregon's family forest landowners, entitled Family Forests.
Oregon State University has an extensive catalog of forestry publications to help with all aspects of forest health.
Engaging Communities in Prescribed Fire and Smoke describes best management practices, effective communication strategies, and outreach tools based on case studies from across the northwest.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has a monthly Fire Break newsletter that has the latest news and information on reducing wildfire risk. You can subscribe to receive the newsletter in your inbox, or you can read recent issues online.
The Fremont-Winema has produced Accelerated Restoration and Priority Landscapes, a document designed to help support and guide decisions at the Forest and local level including: 1) identification and prioritization of large landscapes, 2) analysis of data at the watershed and landscape scale that may be helpful for project planning, 3) identification of potential efficiencies in project planning and implementation, and 4) provision of recommendations that could all contribute to accelerating the pace and scale of restoration.