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  1. I See Skies of Blue…

    Michelle Medley-Daniel

    Sunday night was the first time that I could open my bedroom window since lightning started over 40 wildfires around Hayfork July 30-31. Yesterday morning was the first time I… Read More

    Topic: Wildfire

    Type: Essay

  2. FAC: It’s About Being Proactive and Making Investments

    BY: Mike Caggiano

    Up until now, my view of fire adapted communities has primarily been interface communities with many homes interspersed through wildland vegetation that are at direct risk to… Read More

    Topic: Meetings / Events

    Type: Essay

  3. Why Did Stakeholders in Austin Develop a CWPP? Belief.

    BY: Justice Jones

    The City of Austin and Travis County recently adopted its first county-wide Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP). The development of Community Wildfire Protection Plans… Read More

    Topic: Planning

    Type: Essay

  4. Principles of Network Thinking

    FAC Network Participant

    If you are a FAC hub, local coordinating partner, or other agency involved in the FAC Learning Network, chances are that someone has asked you what the FAC Network is all… Read More

    Topic: Learning networks Type: Essay

    Topic: Learning networks

    Type: Essay

  5. It Takes all Three to Protect a Community

    FAC Network Participant

    My home and neighborhood in Weaverville, California was spared destruction by the Oregon Fire on the afternoon of Sunday, August 24, 2014. Only a couple of hours after… Read More

    Topic: Wildfire

    Type: Essay