Sunday, September 27, 2015

How can you avoid #Wildfire? #OKfire #AltusOK

FireFree Event Inspires Community to Take Action for Wildfire Prevention

In May 2015, Project Wildfire and its partners coordinated FireFree events in Oregon as part of the second annual National Fire Protection Association Wildfire Community Preparedness Day. The events held in Deschutes County and Jefferson County gave residents the opportunity to dispose of their yard debris free of charge at collections site in the counties.
With nearly 38,000 cubic yards of debris recycled, the 2015 event broke all prior FireFree records, and homeowner participation increased 27 percent over the previous year. These events served as the community’s preparedness activities for America’s PrepareAthon! 
To learn more about FireFree, read the full article located on the “Stories” page of the America’s PrepareAthon! website. You can also download the How to Prepare for a Wildfire guide to learn how to protect your family and home against these devastating fires.

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