Wildfire Wednesdays by CSU Extension Oct 7-28, 6-7:30pm

04 Oct 2020 17:59 #1 by RotaryWildfireReady

Don't miss the FREE Virtual Speaker Series called Wildfire Wednesday every Wednesday in October from 6:00-7:30pm brought to you by Colorado State University Extension. Register here: zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0qduytqzItHdYYcQJSTgF5_Kp9eIzXQowv

October 7: Fire Ecology & Behavior Presented by Tony Cheng PhD, Professor, Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship at Colorado State University and Director, Colorado Forest Restoration Institute

October 14: Defensible Space & Home Hardening Presented by Daniel Beveridge, Wildfire Mitigation Program Specialist, Colorado State Forest Service

October 21: Fire Resistant Landscaping Presented by Irene Shonle PhD, Horticulture Associate, Colorado State University Extension – El Paso County

October 28: Evacuation Preparedness and Animal Evacuation Presented by Ragan Adams DVM, Coordinator, Veterinary Extension Specialist Group College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Department of Clinical Sciences, Colorado State University
Sharon Bokan, Small Acreage Coordinator, Colorado State University Extension – Boulder County

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In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.
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07 Oct 2020 14:34 #2 by RotaryWildfireReady

Fire ecology is the study of the interaction between ecosystems and the wildfires that occur naturally within them. Wildfires are common in various ecosystems and can be necessary for plant developmental processes. Fire ecology also studies the effect of anthropogenic change and management on the incidence and effects of wildfires.

Did you know that there is an Association of Fire Ecology, a scientific journal dedicated to Fire Ecology, and that you can get degrees and/or certifications in fire sciences?

Register for tonight's presentation to learn more about this fascinating topic! We'll be hearing from Dr. Tony Cheng, professor, Department of Forest & Rangeland Stewardship at Colorado State University, and Director of the Colorado Forest Restoration Institute.
Staff Profile: Tony Cheng

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In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.
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11 Oct 2020 16:43 #3 by RotaryWildfireReady

Colorado State University Extension has put together an invaluable online series in October called Wildfire Wednesday. This week, you'll learn about Defensible Space and Home Hardening from Daniel Beveridge of Colorado State Forest Service. Register for FREE: zoom.us/.../tJ0qduytqzItHdYYcQJSTgF5_Kp9eIzXQowv

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In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.
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13 Oct 2020 18:19 - 19 Oct 2020 18:15 #4 by RotaryWildfireReady
Here is the Colorado State University Extension's presentation by Dr. Tony Cheng last week if you weren't able to attend. There were over 165 people on the call, we'd love to have even more tomorrow night! Register at bit.ly/WildfireWed


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In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.

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19 Oct 2020 18:30 #5 by RotaryWildfireReady
We have the video of the CSU Extension, Jefferson County Wildfire Wednesday presentation on Defensible Space and Home Hardening by Daniel Beveridge of Colorado State Forest Service! Please send this to anyone you know who is looking for some simple ways to make your home more fire resistant. It can be as easy as installing metal flashing around the bottom of wood deck posts, cleaning out your gutters and roof tops of pine needles and leaves, putting rock instead of wood mulch up against your home, and so many more tips and tricks.

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In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.

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19 Oct 2020 18:44 #6 by RotaryWildfireReady

In this upcoming Colorado State University Extension - Jefferson County Wildfire Wednesday presentation, we will be learning about Fire Resistant Landscaping from Dr. Irene Shonle, Horticulture Associate, Colorado State University Extension – El Paso County. Pleas register at bit.ly/WildfireWed to join us!

Why is landscaping important? Watch this video to see!

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In our mountain communities, wildfires are a major hazard. Residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes and prepare for wildfire. You not only increase the safety of your property, but more importantly, you increase the safety of your family. We can help! See our website for helpful resources and information.
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