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About Miriam H Morrill 

Miriam Morrill is a consultant specializing in fire communication, education, nature journaling, and illustration. In 2020, she retired from her federal position as a State Fire Prevention, Mitigation, and Education Specialist in California. Throughout her career, she held various field, state, and regional positions across the western United States, including

Forestry Technician/Firefighter, Wildlife Biologist, Soil, Water, and Air Specialist, Climate Change Adaptation Planner, and Public Affairs Specialist.

Miriam has contributed her expertise to numerous national and international fire response and training teams. Notable projects include fire prevention and investigation training in Jamaica and community wildfire protection planning in Micronesia, the Republic of Palau, and Guam. Since 2020, she has provided visual communication support to fire

scientists across the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands, as well as the 2023 Global Fire Science Conference. She designed and led fire journaling workshops for the National Fire Learning Network, Fire Adapted Communities, and Fire Safe Councils, the Nature Conservancy’s Prescribed Fire Training Exchange Program, and the International Association of Wildland Fire.

Combining her creative talents with 27 years of experience, Miriam has pioneered a new approach to fire education and community fire adaptation through the innovative Pyrosketchology program. For more information, visit her website at

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