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File PDF document Post-Fire Treatments PDF
Communities often do not know where to start with post-fire treatments to reduce risk from post-fire flooding or to restore burned land. This pdf contains information on post-fire treatments for burned areas after a wildfire. It is a static version of the Post-Fire Treatments section of the After Wildfire website.
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Individuals’ and Families’ Immediate Needs
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Wildfire Recovery Guides from Other Sources
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The Phoenix Guide is a handbook for watershed and community wildland fire recovery, and provides information on the impacts of wildfire, community engagement, the recovery process, restoring landscapes, volunteer liability, and grants.
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This guide from Arizona Cooperative Extension focuses on resource damages, erosion control measures, and assessing tree damage.
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After the Fire: A Landowner’s Guide to Programs and Services for Assistance in Montana is a short, easy-to-use guide with relevancy to New Mexico.
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File FEMA: Fire Management Assistance Grant Program Guide
This guide describes the FMAG Program basic provisions, application procedures, and other related program guidance. The guide should be used by elected leaders, emergency managers, public works directors, financial management personnel, and other individuals who have the responsibility for responding to wildfires.
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