Forestry

Protecting Arkansas’s forests, and those who enjoy them, from wildland fire and natural hazards while promoting rural and urban forest health, stewardship, development, and conservation for all generations of Arkansans

Forestry Divison Wildland Class: Schedule

Welcome to the Arkansas Department of Agriculture (ADOA) Forestry Division class on Wildland Firefighting. This class is an introduction to how Fire Departments and Forestry personnel will work together to stop the fire. Wildland Firefighting and Structural firefighting are very different situations, yet we share many of the same thought processes when we deal with fires.

This class will not qualify you as a Wildland Firefighter. In order to be a Wildland Firefighter many hours of training are required. Through this class you will learn how Forestry works on fire incidents. By communication, cooperation and coordination, our agencies will be able to provide a positive outcome to the incident, the fire is extinguished. We always do this with Safety in mind.

In order to receive a certificate for this course, the student must: Attend the entire course, take an end of course test, and pass the test. The test will cover the course material.

For more information Contact:
RFP Instructor: Bill James
Email: william.james@agriculture.arkansas.gov
(501 )679-4374