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Santa Fe County Fire Dept. Wildland Division

The Santa Fe County Fire Wildland Division was created from a CFRP (Collaborative Forest Restoration Program) grant awarded to the fire department in 2004. With additional grant funding this wildland division has set out to address recommendations set forth in the Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) .
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The Santa Fe Community Wildfire Protection Plan (SFC CWPP) addresses the hazards and risks of wildland fire throughout Santa Fe County and makes recommendations for fuels reduction projects, public outreach and education, structural ignitability reduction, and fire response capabilities. Some of the recommendations for this plan include more than 55 fuels reduction projects; public education and outreach directed at homeowners to help them prepare for wildland fire through events like pre-planned triages; strategies for fire responders to improve their capabilities through improved communication, professional training, and equipment; and the reduction of structural ignitability by providing public education on defensible space.

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20 April 2017
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