Principal investigator Naomi Tague, with fellow UCSB professors Sarah Anderson and Andrew Plantinga, led a meeting composed of a group of visiting scholars at the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) in Annapolis, Maryland, July 23-24. The meeting brought together environmental, social, and economics scholars to collaborate and develop a new approach to examine the complex linkage among fire management actions such as fuels treatments, fire risk, and post-fire effects, including risks to water resources and other ecosystem services.