75 out of 275 study villages across the West Kalimantan districts of Kubu Raya, Sanggau, Sintang, and Ketapang are randomly assigned to the treatment group. The remaining 200 form the comparison group. These four districts are selected based on historical fire record, remaining forest cover, and the relative prevalence of smallholder farmers in the local palm oil sector. To ease facilitation logistics and ensure our program reaches the most high-risk areas, we restrict the four-district sample to villages (a) in the eight most fire-prone sub-districts in each district, and (b) that had fire in at least two of the last three years. Pre-intervention fire outcomes are measured using satellite data and initial village characteristics are observed in the 2014 Potensi Desa (a triennial census of village heads), the 2013 Agricultural Census, the SMERU Poverty Map, and a village head survey. End line data collection will take place after the initial village contracts expire on December 31, 2018. Daily satellite data cover the whole study period and an extended pre-period, with the blind control group reducing the scope for John Henry and Hawthorne effects. Additional outcomes will be examined using other satellite and administrative data, and potentially an additional end line survey.