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FireSmart BC Magazine

FireSmart BC launches its 2022 spring campaign

TV and billboard ads drive a new message home: every homeowner has the ability and responsibility to control their wildfire risk Last year was one...

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“Shared Stewardship”, an approach to wildfire risk reduction

Successful forest stewardship brings together provincial, regional, and local governments and other partners to plan, prioritize, and act together to create healthy, resilient ecosystems.  The...

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Improve the wildfire resilience of construction, renovation, and landscape projects with user-friendly checklist

The heat, smoke and devastation associated with the 2021 wildfire season will be fresh in your clients’ minds as they make plans for home construction,...

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FireSmart BC launches its 2022 spring campaign

TV and billboard ads drive a new message home: every homeowner has the ability and responsibility to control their wildfire risk Last year was one...

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New FireSmart BC Landscaping Hub puts more wildfire resilience tools within easy online reach

Landscaping isn’t just about making your house a home or increasing its resale value: with a little forethought, it can also substantially reduce the risk...

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What it takes to be a FireSmart Coordinator

Some jobs can make it difficult to feel a sense of purpose, but helping others to protect their properties against wildfire in British Columbia’s high-risk...

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Nelson’s collaborative approach to wildfire risk reduction

Photo courtesy of Adrian Wagner Studio When it comes to mitigating the effects of wildfire, the Nelson area is proving to be a pioneer with...

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Get ready: changing weather patterns mean BC wildfires are here to stay

You CAN protect your property, and it’s never too early to start Extreme weather affected people around the world in 2021, but British Columbians saw...

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FireSmart BC looks back on a difficult but groundbreaking year

In 2021, British Columbia suffered a deadly and destructive wildfire season. At its height, hundreds of fires burned across the province, leaving communities with no...

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