Managers and planners need scientifically sound information on historical fire regimes and contemporary changes in fuels and fire regimes to make informed management decisions. To address this need, two new fire regime publications - Fire Regime Reports and Fire Regime Syntheses - are now available and spatially searchable in the recently updated user interface for the Fire Effects Information System (FEIS). Together, the Fire Regime Reports and Fire Regime Syntheses help managers develop plans and make informed decisions about local management of fire and fuels. In the updated user interface, they are easy to access using a variety of search criteria, including plant community type and map location, and they are linked to nearly 1100 FEIS Species Reviews. Learn more about this system through this webinar hosted by the North Atlantic Fire Science Exchange in cooperation with Lake States Fire Science Consortium, and the Consortium of Appalachian Fire Managers & Scientists. Register by clicking here.