Hawaii Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) developed an "Action Plan to compliment and reinforce the missions of [its] many partners working on various aspects of water resources management. Wildfire management is specifically addressed in the plan.
The Lessons Learned Center is a hub for summaries and analyses of accidents associated with wildland fire events. A great place to learn from others' mistakes.
Assortment of useful lessons learned videos on fuels management, restoration projects, and more.
"MTDC makes equipment, information, concepts, and ideas available so Federal and State agencies can better manage the millions of acres of public land."
Great collection of local resources links (publications, data, maps) regarding topics in Hawaiian rangelands - climate/weather, economics, education, ecology, management, invasive species/plants, history, and more.
Collection of classroom course, on-line training, and job aide links regarding field management and wildland fire training.
"The Atlas of Hawaiian Watershed and Their Aquatic Resources was created to provide an accounting of the information on watersheds, streams, and the animals that inhabit the streams available to the resource managers at the Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR)."
A manual that clearly outlines the most vital resources for planners and regulators concerned with fire mitigation around residences. This is a comprehensive source for learning about fire risk, adopting fire regulations, and implementing those regulations.
FEIS contains literature reviews on more than 1,100 species and their relationships with fire. Reviews cover plants and animals throughout the United States. However, flora and fauna of Hawaii are not covered (except in the limited cases where these species occur on both the mainland and the islands). This site provides a wealth of information for NEPA, resource planning, and fire management.
A not-for-profit organization with 80,000 citations for books, journal articles, videos, training manuals, dissertations, news reports, and other material on wildland fire. Moreover, the collection includes citations relevant to Hawaii and the Pacific.