Reducing Fire Risk on Your Forest Property

The degree of wildfire risk depends on both the probability of an ignition and the potential for loss of trees, homes, and even lives. Whether you own a few acres or thousands, this publication will help you make your property more resistant to wildfire damage as well as improve overall forest health and wildlife habitat. By following the guidelines in this publication, fires that do occur will be less severe.
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$12.00

Produced by Oregon State University.
Reviewed by WSU specialist Don Hanley.
Follow-up review November 2014.

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