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A collaborative approach for reducing wildland fire risks to communities and the environment

A collaborative approach for reducing wildland fire risks to communities and the environment

10-year comprehensive strategy : implementation plan.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, U.S. Dept. of the Interior in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • National Fire Plan (U.S.),
    • Wildfires -- United States -- Prevention and control -- Government policy,
    • Wildfires -- United States -- Prevention and control -- Planning -- Citizen participation

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Agriculture., United States. Dept. of the Interior., National Fire Plan (U.S.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD421.3 .C65 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination27 p. :
      Number of Pages27
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3628626M
      LC Control Number2002418530
      OCLC/WorldCa52191039

      agencies’ control, could be taken to reduce wildland fire risk to communities. For example, these actions include adopting state laws that require property owners to take risk-reducing actions such as using fire-resistant building materials or reducing vegetation around their homes. Some states have adopted laws to promote such actions. The Implementation Plan was based on a collaborative approach for reducing wildland fire risks to communities and the environment. Included in the plan are performance measures that specifically address the results to be achieved with the personnel and equipment obtained with the additional funding under the National Fire Plan.

      The term "Implementation Plan" means the Implementation Plan for the Comprehensive Strategy for a Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment, dated May , developed pursuant to the conference report to accompany the Department of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, (House. Title I of the HFRA—Hazardous-Fuel Reduction on NFS and BLM Land. Title I of the HFRA focuses primarily on expedited hazardous-fuel treatment on some NFS and BLM lands at risk of wildland fire and insect or disease epidemics. These lands include areas where vegetation treatment will provide long-term benefits to threatened and endangered species.

      A collaborative approach for reducing wildland fire risks to communities and the environment: year comprehensive strategy: implementation plan. By National Fire Plan (U.S.), United States. Department of the Interior. and United States. The Western Governors' Association has developed a Year Comprehensive Strategy and an implementation plan, titled A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment. These documents provide direction at the national, regional, state, and local levels on National Fire Plan issues.


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A collaborative approach for reducing wildland fire risks to communities and the environment Download PDF EPUB FB2

Comprehensive approach to the management of wildland fire, hazardous fuels, and ecosystem restoration and rehabilitation on Federal and adjacent State, tribal, and private forest and range lands in the United States.

This strategy emphasizes measures to reduce the risk to communities and the environment and provides an effective framework for collaboration to accomplish Size: KB. A collaborative approach for reducing wildland fire risks to communities and the environment year comprehensive strategy: implementation plan (SuDoc A ) Unknown Binding – January 1, Author: U.S.

Dept of Agriculture. Compile reports of wildland-urban interface communities protected as a direct result of suppressed wildland fire.

Hazardous fuels are treated, using appropriate tools, to reduce the risk of unplanned and unwanted wildland fire to communities and to the environment. USDA Forest Service; US Department of the Interior.

A collaborative approach for reducing wildland fire risks to communities and the environment year comprehensive strategy: implementation plan. Washington, DC. 27 p. USDA Forest Service; US Department of the Interior. A collaborative approach for reducing wildland fire risks to communities and the environment year strategy: implementation plan.

Washington, DC. 35 p. The goals of “A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment: YearStrategy,” (Year Strategy),are broadly stated as: improve fire prevention and suppression, reduce hazardous fuels, restore fire-adapted ecosystems,File Size: 3MB.

Get this from a library. A collaborative approach for reducing wildland fire risks to communities and the environment: year comprehensive strategy: implementation plan. [National Fire Plan (U.S.);]. The Wildland Fire Leadership Council “A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment” (10 year Strategy Implementation Plan) (December ) According to Goal Four- Promote Community Assistance pg.

A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment: Year Strategy Implementation Plan. Available at Accessed ↵Cited by: A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment, Year Comprehensive Strategy, August Land and Resource Management Plan, Shawnee National Forest.

Forest Service Manual (FSM) Forest Service Handbook (FSH) File Size: KB. (ii) Condition Classes 2 or 3 in Fire Regime Groups I, II, or III, outside the wildland-urban interface; (2) Shall be identified through a collaborative framework as described in “A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment Year Comprehensive Strategy Implementation Plan;”.

The Implementation Plan established a framework for protecting communities and the environment and was developed in part, due to an awareness that the development of unnaturally dense, diseased or dying forests, and treatment of wildland fire had contributed to more severe wildland fires and created widespread threats.

Collaboration with communities and the public is the cornerstone of A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment: Year Comprehensive Strategy Implementation Plan (May ).

put forth The National Fire Plan and the Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment Year Comprehensive Strategy. The intent of these programs was to enable effective response to severe wildland fires and to better address their impact on communities.

Communities and the Environment, A Report to the President In Response to the Wildfires of ” & “A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment - A Year Comprehensive Strategy - Implementation Plan” REM Federal Wildland Fire Management Policy The NFP focused on 5 main areas: 1.

(B) Condition Classes 2 or 3 in Fire Regime Groups I, II, or III, outside the wildland-urban interface. (ii) Shall be identified through a collaborative framework as described in “A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and Environment Year Comprehensive Strategy Implementation Plan”.

Counties, and the Intertribal Timber Council to endorse A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment: Year Comprehensive Strategy.

This report marked the initial fulfillment of two key Congressional directives that: The Secretaries of the Interior and Agriculture and the Governors jointly develop a. understanding collective management of the wildland fire social problem.

The intended audience is threefold: collaborative partnerships, on-the-ground managers and practitioners, and social science researchers alike as they work toward understanding and reducing the risks of wildland fire.

This report focuses on the problem situation in the. National Wildlife Refuge System Wildland Fire Management Strategic Plan (May ) 8. Wildland Fire Use Implementation Procedure Reference Guide, May 9.

A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildfire Risks to Communities and the Environment: Year Strategy Implementation Plan (December ) Assessment – Fire Report 3 • A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment: Year Comprehensive Strategy Implementation Plan (May ) • Greater Yellowstone Area Interagency Fire Management Planning and Coordination Guide (May ).

season inCongress put forth The National Fire Plan and the Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment Year Comprehensive Strategy. The intent of these programs was to enable effective response to severe wildland fires and to better address their impact on communities.Ecosystems – A Cohesive Strategy (), and A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and Environment: year Comprehensive Strategy Implementation Plan ().

Authority for development and implementation of the fire management program at CACH is included in the National Park Service Organic Act, Aug Congress, the fire community, and the public have recognized a need for a new strategy, a new path forward and perhaps, a new way of thinking about wildland fire, recognizing a one-size-fits-all approach does not work across the Nation.

The challenges of fire .