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Through a combination of thinning and chipping the Tri-County FireSafe Working Group has treated 124+ acres along roadside project sites, positively impacting potential evacuations of residents and increasing firefighter safety.
The Greater Eagle Fire Protection District has treated 112 acres and 811 structures so far this year using mastication, prescribed fire, & thinning. Partnering with other agencies and gaining community buy-in has been key to their success.
Coalitions and Collaboratives (COCO) is pleased to announce the opening of Round 3 of the Action, Implementation and Mitigation (AIM) grant opportunity. This opportunity is designed to help organizations increase their capacity to accelerate fire adapted community concepts and reduce the risk from wildfire in the WUI across the U.S.
The opportunity is open to non-profit organizations, collaborative groups, fire departments, tribes,...
To better serve you and all our users, the IAFC is upgrading its database September 6-8. As part of this upgrade, users will now use the same login information across all of the IAFC’s online platforms.
Beginning September 9, your username for the Ready, Set, Go! Program website, www.wildlandfireRSG.org, will be the email address associated with your program membership instead of the username you created when you first joined the...
This course is designed for members of fire and emergency response organizations operating in an area with wildland urban interface (WUI). It will introduce them to the key components of working with their community to adapt to the wildland fire threat.