Be Firewise

Resources for the Wildlife-Urban Interface:

Wildlife Urban Interface Guidelines

From data collected on wildfires in the USA it is obvious that actions taken by homeowners before a fire to protect the home and surrounding vegetation can make a significant difference in reducing damage from a wildland fire. Read more…

Homeowners Firewise Toolkit

Homeowners can and must take primary responsibility for wildfire safety actions around the home. Read more…

The Air You Breathe

For otherwise healthy people, smoke causes itchy, burning eyes, a runny nose, throat irritation, even headaches or nausea. Yet for vulnerable populations, smoke can be hazardous at best, and fatal in the worst cases. Read more…


Evacuation or Stay In Place / The Planning Process:

Make A Plan: https://www.ready.gov/plan


12th Annual Firewise Report 2021-2022:

We on the Mesa, live in a high sage desert environment characterized with inappropriate tree (conifers and arborvitae) selections over generations of time. Read more…


National Fire Protection Association – Firewise USA

Boise Fire Department Wildfire Mitigation

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