Participate in activities suggested in the campaign’s first of three phases (Plan) between now and May, aimed at helping reduce wildfire risk in your community.
Join the National Fire Protection Association and communities on Saturday, May 2, 2015 for Wildfire Community Preparedness Day.
Let Sparky help you and your family plan easy, fun activities together to help reduce the risk of wildfire damage to homes and neighborhoods. Don’t forget to share the videos with friends and family members.
Local fire departments responded to an estimated average of 334,200 brush, grass and forest fires per year. View the infographic to find out more interesting facts or read the full report.
Message about residents working together from NFPA President Jim Pauley; how Colorado reached the 100 community milestone; how social dynamics encourage community action; and more
Find out the winners of the Prep Day contest, make this the year of living less dangerously from wildfire, learn what states can expect an elevated wildfire risk this season and more.
This fire season has started early, reflecting earlier predictions made by the National Interagency Fire Center in February. As predicted there have been multiple fires in the Midwest region of the US including,Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and North Dakota. Who would have thought that fire season would begin here? In fact,...
At Operation Tomadachi many papers were presented that investigated different aspects of wildfire, including the generation of firebrands, the physics of fire whirls, how embers enter attic vents as well as wildfire prevention solutions including hardening communities to wildland/urban interface (WUI) fire exposures and innovative fire suppression methods such as...
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