Chances are you will have to rely upon supplies you have available in your home for at least the first three days following any major disaster.
Be prepared. Make a plan. Here are some ideas for building your "grab & go" kit.
Saving lives and property through advanced planning. Learn more with this wildland fire action guide.
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Saving lives and property through advanced planning. Learn more with this wildland fire action guide
NFPA's Firewise USA program teaches people how to adapt to living with wildfire and encourages neighbors to work together and take action now to prevent losses.
Firewise Principles Toolkit (pdf)
The guide below explains how to protect yourself and your property, and details the steps to take in case of a wildfire.
Be wise! Create the first zone of defense!
Before lighting a fire, please check for any local burn restrictions.
To defend themselves against wildfire, it is important that wildland-urban interface neighborhoods and communities do their part by developing a Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP).
What are the primary threats to homes during a wildfire? Learn how to prepare your home.
Wildfire risk reduction steps can make your home safer during a wildfire.
Here are 7 FIREWISE tips that can reduce your risk.
By working together, residents can make their own property — and their neighborhood — much safer from wildfire.
Selecting native plants suited to the characteristics of your site will help ensure you have the most vibrant healthy landscape possible.
Whether you’re a kid or teen yourself, a parent or loved one, or work with youth, Ready Kids has tools and information to help before, during and after disasters.