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In the wake of the two catastrophic firestorms of 2003 and 2007 in San Diego County, a wealth of fire safety and prevention information has been published by local and state emergency response agencies. Below, you will find links to several of these sources. The list is, by no means, complete nor is it meant to refer you to the absolute authority on fire safety and prevention. The capricious nature of weather and fire behavior cannot be reduced to absolute rules or procedures.
 
Please visit the sites  linked below and begin your own odyssey of fire safe education by following their links to even more information. Each link will open a new browser page with a description of what the websites have to offer and hints for navigating to especially useful areas.
 
 
 
Cal Fire : Lots of info about Cal Fire but if you scroll down the page to the "Fire Safety Education" section where you will find more than thirty files each presenting an important topic in fire safety.
 
San Diego Wildfires Education Project is primarily aimed at teachers but has many useful links to additional resources
 
Firewise is Sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA). Visit their "Learning Center." While geared more toward fire professionals, the firewise 3-hour landscaping "course" and virtual landscaping model are for everyone and well worth the time spent.
 
Fire Adapted Communities  offers information and specific actions you can take, no matter what your role, to reduce your risk to the next wildfire.
 
Livingwithfire is a website  from Nevada but much is applicable to our area.
 
US Forest Service Prevention and Education presents general interest and educational information.
 
 
 
Updated June 2017
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