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The Collaborative Directory is a USDA Forest Service publication that describes the 36 forest collaboratives operating in the Pacific Northwest Region. At least one forest collaborative group is linked to each of the national forests in the Pacific Northwest Region.
Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) publication that summarizes the policy, fiscal and science challenges that land managers encounter related to the control and reduction of the invasive plant/fire complex, especially as it relates to the threaten or endangered species...
Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) publication commissioned by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to assess threats the invasive plant-wildfire nexus poses to greater Sage-Grouse and its habitat. 47 pp.
The Healthy Forest Restoration Act (HFRA) passed by the United States Congress in 2003. H.R. 1904
pTo help homeowners meet the requirements of SB360, Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) developed the Oregon Forestland-Urban Interface Fire Protection Act Property Evaluation & Self-Certification Guide./p
Local Coordinating Groups in Oregon are teams of stakeholders with a common interest in the National Fire Plan goals. Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPPs) are developed by these groups, which may be based on existing social networks (e.g. watershed councils) or, in other cases, newly formed...
Check-list for making your home Fire Safe. Two-page color brochure developed by the Fire Safe Council.
Safe Debris Burning: Seven simple tips from ODF to ensure you have a safe and effective debris burn.
Provides a diverse list of groundcovers, perennials, evergreen shrubs, deciduous shrubs, and conifer & deciduous trees that are both attractive and fire-resistant. All plants listed do well in Oregon. Some are coded for specific regions of the state.
Popular self-help guide for wildland/urban interface residents on how to live with fire. Modified by the Pacific Northwest Wildfire Coordinating Group for use in the Northwest.

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