Graphic Resource Imagery
These files are for your convenience as easy messaging graphics that you can grab and go with to create your own local communications, as well as submit in local news media outlets. Note that the digital imagery is intended for electronic use and, as such, was created at a low resolution. However, for print medium, high resolution is a necessity, so the Print PDFs are very large files that may take time to download, are, generally, too large for e-mail communications.
Also note that the digital imagery and the printed PDFs are of different designs since they were created for different purposes.
Digital Imagery (Banners)
Digital images are deisgend to be used as "additions" in messages or communications appropriate for a header, footer, narrow left or right margin, etc.
Narrow, vertical image [160x600 ppi; GIF]
Rectangular, horizontal image (close to square-shapred) [300x250 ppi; GIF]
Narrow, horizontal image [728x90 ppi; GIF]
Print Quality PDFs
The high-resolution PDFs are designed to be used for posters, flyers, print advertising, etc.
Wildfire Awareness Month Info-Graphic [11x17 inches; PDF]
Wildlife Awareness Month Info-Graphic [22x28 inches; PDF]
Wildfire Awareness Month Info-Graphic - Half-page flyer [PDF]
Wildfire Awareness Month Info-Graphic - Quarter-page Print Ad [B/W; PDF]
Note that the Keep Oregon Green Association also received the imagery in MacIntosh format and some in Adobe Illustrator. If you need the files in these platforms, just let us know and we can arrange a way to get those to you using a web transferring service (e.g., Dropbox), as needed.
Oregon Department of Forestry on Flickr
There are also photos of wildfire, fire protection, and fire season 2013 available on the Oregon Department of Forestry's Flickr website at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/oregondepartmentofforestry/
Public Service Announcement Video Messages from
Governor John A. Kitzhaber, M.D.
Governor Kitzhaber encourages Oregonians to help prevent human-caused wildfires by practicing basic safety tips outdoors
Video #1: Basic WildFire Safety
Governor Kitzhaber encourages creating clean, lean, and green space around your home to help prevent wildfire damage
Video #2: Lean, green, and clean space around your home
Wildfire Awareness Month - May 2014
News Release: Wildfire knows no season, April 25, 2014
Photo caption: "Is your home safe from wildfire? Wildfire Awareness Month is a good time to create defensible space on your property ahead of the summer fire season."
Facebook/Blog Posts/Brief Messages:
May is Fire Prevention Awareness month.
The video, below - 2013: An Epic Fire Season
- relays the events of the Oregon Department of Forestry's most severe wildfire season in 60 years. Please do your part to help prevent forest fires through greater awareness and, if you haven't already done so, share this video
Help reduce #fire during #OR #Wildfire Awareness Mnth. We're in this together. #ORfire firewise.org/?sso=0 pic.twitter.com/
May 3rd - National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day
News Release: Get a jump on fire season on Wildfire Community Preparedness Day, April 17, 2014
Photo caption: "Fuel reduction work is key to creating defensible space. It can include limbing trees to prevent a ground fire from climbing into the crowns and carrying flames to homes."
Facebook/Blog Post/Brief Message:
NATIONAL WILDFIRE COMMUNITY PREPAREDNESS DAY - this Saturday May 3!
WAM! - Wildfire Awareness Month - starts Thursday.
BAM! - Get more info about how you can help put the smack down on wildfires before they start: www.nfpa.org/safety-information/for-consumers/outdoors/wildland-fires/national-wildfire-community-preparedness-day
POW! - Check out the video about fire resistant landscaping!
Plans for Saturday? How will you prepare to help prevent wildfires?
Social Media Messages on ildfire Community Preparedness Day [DOC]
Video: Fire Resistant Landscaping Tips
Tweet: May 3-National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day-Fire Resistant Landscaping video http://ow.ly/winBE.
Week of May 5th: Defensible Space
Time to create defensible space around your home, April 28, 2014
Defensible Space against wildfire not moonscaping minus the craters, May 2, 2014
Firewise Landscaping and Construction Checklist
Social Media Messages on Defensible Space:
Video: Your Home and Wildfires
Week of May 12th: Debris Burning
News Release: Warmer weather brings backyard debris burning safety reminders
Debris Burn Checklist [DOC]
Debris Burn Checklist [PUB]
Social Media Messages on Safe Debrfis Burning [DOC]
Video: Debris Burning
Video: Smokey Bear Neighbor
Week of May 19th: Campfire Safety
News Release: How to keep your campfire from becoming a wildfire
Campfire Checklist (English) [PDF]
Campfire Checklist (Spanish) [PDF]
Social Media Messages on Campfire Safety [DOC]
Video: Bear Hug - Campfire
Week of May 26th: Preparing for Fire Season 2014
News Release: Forest travel, recreation tips to prevent wildfires, May 23, 2014
News Release: Interagency News Release by the Oregon Department of Forestry, U. S. Forest Service, and Bureau of Land Management: Wildfire Awareness - What You Can Do, May 29, 2014
Social Media Messages on Fire Season Preparedness [DOC]
Video: Prepared to Prevent Fires at Home
Video: Wildfire Preparedness - Watch-outs
For More Information
If you have questions about the Keep Oregon Green Association, the prevention of human-caused fires in Oregon, or the graphic imagery, contact Kris Babbs, KOG, at 503-945-7499 (office), 503-550-2007 (cell), or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about ODF Fire Prevention, contact Tom Fields, ODF Fire Prevention Coordinator, at 503-945-7440 (office), 503-983-8897 (cell), or email@example.com.
If you have specific questions about this web page, please contact Jeri Chase, ODF Public Affairs, at 503-945-7201 or firstname.lastname@example.org.