Reducing Wildfire Risk to your Western Washington Home in the Woods

In this module, Oregon State University Extension Forestry agent Lauren Grand discusses wildfire risks to homes in wooded areas of western Washington and describes practical steps that will greatly increase a home’s chance of surviving a wildfire. Access to the modules is free, but registration is required. See below for registration information.
Fabricantes: Grand, Lauren , Kevin Zobrist
Sku: OM33
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Revised: December 2021

 

Forest Stewardship University is a set of on-demand, self-paced, and peer-reviewed online learning modules on a variety of forest stewardship topics.

Access to the modules is free, but registration is required. Registration includes access to all available modules. For more information and to register, please visit https://forestry.wsu.edu/fsu/.

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