In this video, you will learn from representatives of OSU Extension Forestry & Natural Resources, Hood River County Emergency Management, Oregon Department of Forestry, and Mosier Fire. This webinar provides local information about...
In this video, you will hear from representatives from OSU Extension Forestry & Natural Resources, Clackamas Soil & Water Conservation District, Hoodland Fire, Clackamas Fire, Clackamas Disaster Management, and more to learn ...
This course provides an overview of fire prevention, wildfire suppression, fireline safety, and fire behavior in dryland crops and rangeland. This course is one option for farmers and ranchers to complete an annual agricultural wildfire refresher in 2021 to meet Oregon OSHA requirements for producers with employees who engage in fire suppression on their property. This course should take about 90 minutes to complete and there is a course certificate available at the end of the course.
Oregon State University’s Forestry & Natural Resources Extension along with state and local agencies and community partners, want to help Oregonians prepare for the reality of wildfire and have created a resources packet that will help get you Fire Aware. Fire Prepared.
In this webinar, experts discuss what happens after the fire and address some of these uncertainties; including the factors authorities are using to determine when it is safe to return, what to know and expect upon returning, ...
Carrie Berger |
Jun 2021 |
Photo: Alicia Christiansen (Cropped from original)
In this webinar, you will hear about how fire operations and levels of response are assembled, what you can expect if you are in a potentially affected area, as well as some ideas for how you can make firefighters’ jobs easier and safer if they need to protect your home.
Fire doesn’t stop at property lines so we must create resilient landscapes as a community. Different communities, different ways to prepare for wildfire. Listen to five panelists from all over Oregon and learn about the way they have come together to reduce fuels and mitigate fire risk.