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Christina Friehauf

Christina Friehauf

Bend, OR 97702

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Interests:
  • Communications/outreach
  • Community Wildfire Protection Plans
  • Fire prevention education
  • Forest/ecosystem management
  • Fuels treatment / Prescribed fire
  • Fuels treatment economics
  • Local workforce capacity building
  • Watershed protection/management
Existing Member Affiliations:
Non-Member Affiliations:
  • Deschutes Collaborative Forest Project
  • Ochoco Forest Restoration Collaborative
  • Central Oregon Forest Stewardship Foundation
  • Central Oregon Fire Information
  • Crook County Fire Ready

As the Outreach Coordinator for the Deschutes Collaborative Forest Project, I provide primary program management and coordination for DCFP communications and outreach efforts across Central Oregon. We interact with a wide variety of groups and individuals, including city and county government, public and private agencies, local businesses, community groups, media, and the public at large to increase awareness and support of forest restoration activities on the Deschutes National Forest. I manage both the website and social media accounts for DCFP, including development, creation, and dissemination of new and relevant content.

Deschutes Collaborative Forest Project video series

Working with DCFP partners, the Outreach Committee developed the concept, wrote the scripts, story-boarded the shots and working with a local videographer, produced a 4-part video series explaining the preparation for and conducting a prescribed fire. These videos were used as part of our spring prescribed fire outreach campaign on social media, our website, and email marketing.

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Crook County Fire Ready booklet

This guide was developed by Crook County fire officials, with the partnership and support of ten regional organizations. It was distributed primarily in print to residents and business owners in Crook County, but an e-book was also published for digital circulation.

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Central Oregon Fire Info portal

The Central Oregon Fire Information website is a by-product of collaboration by many local agencies and organizations. Working with community partners, I was the graphic designer and web designer on this project to construct and publish a new online information resource database for about prescribed fire smoke and wildfire smoke in a central location for local residents.

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