Your go-to resources to make your home and neighbourhood more wildfire resilient.
First Nations &Local Governments
For First Nations and those who work in local governments, here are the resources and information you need to help prepare your communities for wildfire.
For LFRs helping engage and motivate their communities; here are some prioritized pages, resources and information to help you build a more FireSmart BC.
For firefighters and fire departments looking to make their communities more prepared for wildfire, here are some of the key resources you’ll need.
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FireSmart begins at home. Here you'll find documents that teach you to assess your property's preparedness for wildfire.
The CRI program is intended to reduce the risk and impact of wildfire to communities in BC through community funding, supports and priority fuel management activities on provincial Crown land.
The FireSmart BC Education package is designed to be an all-in-one teaching resource for Grades K-12 and for use at public events.
Information and factsheets about a variety of FireSmart topics.
FireSmart works. And we have the research to prove it. Here's our list of papers, videos, and information that showcases the success behind FireSmart principles
From FireSmarting your home, farm, ranch, or community, look here for practical guides.
For all resources you need to assist with the FireSmart Canada Neighbourhood Recognition Program (FCNRP) applications, videos, Neighbourhood Champion workshops, and other LFR materials
Downloadable photography from various FireSmart events, activities, video shoots and more.
Here you'll find all the key FireSmart images, posters and presentations, such as the FireSmart Structure Ignition Zone, or the FireSmart Bookmark.
Help spread the message by using FireSmartBC promotional items such as mugs, tote bags, sporks and more!
Learn about the principles of FireSmart, and see the people across BC working to protect our province from wildfire.