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Washington Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network

109 S 3rd Street Yakima, WA 98901

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109 S 3rd Street
Yakima
WA 98901
Interests:
  • Business wildfire resilience
  • Communications/outreach
  • Community Wildfire Protection Plans
  • Cultural burning
  • Evacuation outreach
  • Evacuation planning
  • Fire prevention education
  • Firefighter/ Fire department
  • Firewise Communities / Defensible space
  • Forest/ecosystem management
  • Fuels treatment / Prescribed fire
  • Fuels treatment economics
  • Ignition-resistant home construction
  • Internal safety zones
  • Local workforce capacity building
  • Monitoring/Assessment
  • Watershed protection/management
  • Wildfire recovery
  • Wildfire risk assessment
  • WUI codes and ordinances

The Washington Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network (WAFAC) is a peer group of people who connect regularly and interact in a learning environment to increase our knowledge of fire adapted communities in Washington.

WAFAC is a partnership among community resiliency and wildfire practitioners, the Washington Resource Conservation and Development Council, US Forest Service, and the US Bureau of Land Management and is also supported by, and connected to, the national Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network. The network functions to support local action, connect people to resources, and inform and influence on-the-ground projects to help Washington better coexist with wildfire.

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About the Network

Our Projects

Please check-out some of our projects on the Communities in Action page.

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Climate Innovation Lab

Our network understands that climate, fire, and communities are interconnected and in order to make change we need to call the whole to action. Our network members have partnered with The Nature Conservancy, Sachamama, Latino Community Fund, and Nuestra Casa (Yakima) and CAFE (Wenatchee) to join Latinx community members in climate and fire adaptation efforts.