National HQ • Entered by Katya Spiecker on April 1, 2021

Adapting to a Future with Fire: Preparing Our Communities and Our Landscapes

March 23, 2021

Participants and Hours

Pre Planning hours
Post Admin hours
Activity Hours 1.75
Participants 5
Total Hours 8.75

Key Issue: Climate Change
Activity Type: Grant Funded Climate Education & Stewardship Program
Key Partners: Aaron Mendez, Sara Quinn, Madeline Cowen, FUSEE, Oregon Wild

Measurable Outcomes

Outcome 1: Event Attendees (40 people)

Short Description of Activity

Fire is a reality, now and into the future, so how do we live with it? We’ll take a look at ways communities can adapt to live with and prepare for fire through firewise landscapes and other measures, and explore the future of fire on the landscape in an era of climate change.

Reflection/Evaluation

Fewer attendees this time, but great speakers and attendance. Aaron told a heartening story about losing his house in Talent/Phoenix, OR to fire. Sara shared some amazing footage from her upcoming film. And Madeline tied it all together with a great synopsis of why home hardening/defensible space can help protect our forests.

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