WILDFIRE PROTECTION PLAN INFORMATION
The Community Wildfire Protection Plan is available in PDF format.
Members of the public planning their next outdoor adventure on National Forests in the Pacific Northwest now have a tool they can use to check fire information for more than one forest, quickly and easily.
*New* Grant County Community Wildfire Protection Plan
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For more info call: Irene Jerome
« Download the handbook (pdf) for
instructions on how to form a
Community Wildfire Protection Plan.
Wildfire Protection Plan
Please contact us to make suggestions or to be involved with the planning for your community.
Fire prevention and protection planning is paramount to sustain our lives, our property and the health of our rural economy.
Grant County has been given an unprecedented opportunity to participate in community based forest planning and vegetation treatment project prioritization with the enactment of the federal Healthy Forest Restoration Act (HFRA) of 2003.
This landmark legislation includes the first meaningful statutory incentives for the US Forest Service (USFS) and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to give consideration to the priorities of local communities as they develop and implement forest management and hazardous fuels reduction projects.
In order for a community to take full advantage of this opportunity, it must first prepare a Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP). While there are several possible approaches in developing a CWPP, this web-based project conforms to both the intent and the letter of HFRA as well as making the process user friendly and consistent for at-risk communities of catastrophic wildfire across the federal landscape.