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Resilient Landscapes

Managing fuels such as brush, leaves and other debris in the WUI is key to protecting homes and communities from wildland fire.

This section contains information from the RSG Program and our partners on how to protect your home and other structures from this threat including actions you can take, details on creating defensible space and information about fire resistant building materials. 

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The IAFC invites senior incident managers, agency administrators, senior leaders of emergency response agencies, public utilities and other critical infrastructure; elected officials and appointees to participate in the L-580 Leading in Crisis: Strategic Leadership in Catastrophic Events being held December 1-3, 2018 in Hilton Head, SC.
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Resilient Landscapes

Managing fuels such as brush, leaves and other debris in the WUI is key to protecting homes and communities from wildland fire.

In the resilient landscapes section:

  • Information from the IAFC's Ready, Set, Go! Program and partners about how to protect your home and other structures from the threat of wildland fire
  • Details on creating defensible space
  • Actions you can take to prepare your home against wildland fire
  • Information about fire resistant building materials

Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network

Examples of how the Austin and Boise Fire Departments implemented the fire-adapted concept in their respective communities and how it can relate to your CWR efforts.

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