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Prepared by the Office of Policy Analysis, June 2012
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Presentation by Molly Mowery and Robert Gray, NFPA Backyards and Beyond Wildland Fire Conference, November 2013
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Report published by the Western Forestry Leadership Coalition, April 2010. Dr. Lisa Dale, lead author.
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official website of the Greater Santa Fe Fireshed Coalition. Read about the Coalition and our projects. Learn about news and events. Find partners, contacts and resources.
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File New Post-Wildfire Guide for Communities Now Available
As wildfires continue to impact the western United States, a new guide has been developed to help those impacted by wildfire in New Mexico start on the path to recovery. New Mexico State Forestry, along with many interagency partners, has created this guide and a companion website called “After Wildfire: A Guide for New Mexico Communities,” according to New Mexico Forest and Watershed Health Office Coordinator Susan Rich, who led the project.
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Now available: The Ability of Wildfire to Act as a Fuel Treatment (Webinar)
Southwest Fire Science Consortium webinar, Jan. 2015. available at https://www.frames.gov/rcs/18000/18920.html.
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
File PDF document Research Perspectives on the Public and Fire Management: A Synthesis of Current Social Science on Eight Essential Questions
Eight Essential Questions: What is the public's understanding of fire's role in the ecosystem? Who are trusted sources of information about fire? What are the public's views of fuels reduction methods, and how do those views vary depending on citizens' location in the wildland-urban interface or elsewhere? What is the publics' understanding of smoke effects on human health, and what shapes the public's tolerance for smoke? What are homeowners' views of their responsibilities for home and property protection and mitigation, e.g., defensible space measures? What role does human health and safety play in the publics' perceptions of fire and fire management? What are the publics' views on the role and importance of costs in wildfire incident response decisions? To the extent that information is available, how do findings differ among ethnic and cultural groups, and across regions of the country? Provided by FireScience.gov and the USDA
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The “Hidden” Costs of Wildfire
This article by the National Fire Protection Association discussed the hidden costs of wildlife, and who eventually pays for them, and is accompanied by a three minutes YouTube video on the topic.
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File PDF document 2013-2014 Wildfire Risk Reduction Grant Program Info
The complete information for the 2013-2014 Wildfire Risk Reduction Grant Program, sponsored by the New Mexico Association of Councils. For more information: http://www.nmcounties.org/fundingopportunities.html
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New Mexico State University researchers and experts from other universities are looking into the possibility that a targeted grazing strategy for range cattle could significantly reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires.
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
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