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  1. Fireworks Safety Tips Minimize Wildfire Risk for the Holiday Weekend

    FAC Network Participant

    With the Fourth of July weekend nearly upon us, there is a flurry of outreach to increase public awareness about fireworks’ potential to start wildfires. The reason for this… Read More

  2. Fire Science Consortium Hosts Field Tour of Slide Fire

    BY: Meredith Flannery, The Forest Stewards Guild

    On June 13, the Southwest Fire… Read More

  3. FAC Outreach: Early Lessons From the Two Bulls Fire

    BY: Ed Keith, Deschutes County Forester

    If you keep up with fires nationally you may have seen the news regarding our recent fire just west of Bend, Oregon named Two Bulls. The fire started on June 7 as two separate… Read More

  4. Building Trust in Fire-Affected Communities: A Planning Guide for Managers

    BY: Dr. Bruce Shindler, Oregon State University

    In increasing numbers, agency personnel, interest groups and residents of at-risk communities are coming together to consider wildfire problems and taking steps to solve them.… Read More

    Topic: Collaboration Communications / Outreach Type: Tools / Resources

  5. Tips for Hosting Your Own Community Wildfire Preparedness Day Event

    Michelle Medley-Daniel

    Last week’s Wildfire Preparedness Day was an opportunity for communities around the country to come together and take action. Many of the Network’s hub organizations… Read More

  6. Getting a Great Turnout (Part 3): coordinate an effective media strategy

    FAC Network Participant

    Working with local media before and after your event helps increase audience turnout and share successes afterward.… Read More

    Topic: Collaboration Communications / Outreach Learning networks Type: Tools / Resources

  7. Getting a Great Event Turnout (Part 1): Recruiting a Keynote Speaker

    FAC Network Participant

    This post is the first in a multi-part series. It was a cold and gray day on March 1st in Woodland Park, Colorado. Spring was still a few weeks away, and snow blanketed… Read More

  8. Lessons in Community Engagement from North Lake Tahoe

    BY: Forest Schafer , Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team

    A community meeting is a great way to get input on a Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP), and can also build new personal connections and recruit community leaders.… Read More

  9. FAC Coalition Partners Webinar Recording Available

    Michelle Medley-Daniel

    Looking for resources to grow out your local fire adapted community? Check out this recent webinar (recording here) where FAC Coalition members share information about some of… Read More