Remember the Soda fire, 2015 or the Tablerock fire, 2016?
IS YOUR COMMUNITY PREPARED?
Join this FREE four-hour workshop to learn about what communities can do to be prepared for wildfire.
WHO should attend?
Whether you’re a homeowner, city planner, business owner, rancher, county commissioner, public works engineer, city police or fire, this workshop is for you.
Wildfire has no boundaries, the season is longer and fires are bigger. With these changes the importance for interdisciplinary planning for wildfire at the edges of development is growing. It will take all of us to make sure our communities are truly prepared to respond to a wildfire for best possible outcomes.
FEB 4th 10AM – 2PM
Canyon County Administration Building
111 N 11th Ave Ste. 130, Caldwell, ID 83605
LUNCH PROVIDED – RSVP by Friday, Feb 1 so we have enough food.
Program: You’ll hear from experts in this field who will share their experience and talk about the various roles we each have to play to help you understand what YOU can do to make your community more resilient to wildfires. You will also receive some resources to take away.
Mayor Jackie Aymon, city of McCall; Jerry McAdams, Boise City Fire, Wildfire Mitigation Coordinator; LaDawn Saxton, USFS Payette NF NM District Lead Fire Prevention; Brett Van Paepeghem, South Project Manager Idaho Firewise; Jared Jablonski, BLM, Boise District Fire Information.
We hope you’ll join us for this FREE workshop to learn more about wildfire and how you can help your community be prepared. If you are unable to attend this date, we have three additional workshops planned around the state. All are free and open to the public.
Additional Upcoming Workshops:
- Feb 22nd from 10am-2pm
- LOCATION: Idaho Falls Fire Station, 343 “E” Street, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83402
- March in Lewiston
- April in Coeur d’Alene