Pre-conference training and certification classes take place March 25 – 27, including NFPA’s “Assessing Wildfire Hazards in the Home Ignition Zone” workshop, taught by Pat Durland of Stone Creek Fire LLC. For details and to register, visit the conference webpage.
Molly Mowery, NFPA’s Project Manager, Pam Leschak, WUI Program Manager for the U.S. Forest Service and Joe Stutler, Chief County Forester for Deschutes County, will present “Fire Adapted Community Tools” on Wednesday, March 28th at 11:00 am. Join them as they discuss the Fire Adapted Communities (FAC) Initiative: what it is, and how your community can create one.
You can also visit the NFPA Firewise Communities Program booth and visit staff in the exhibit hall starting Tuesday, March 27.
For the full schedule of events and registration information, download the WUI 2012 Conference brochure.