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North Cascade District - Grants and Projects
Santiam Canyon Hazardous Fuel Reduction Project
The Oregon Department of Forestry is currently providing technical and financial assistance to Landowners in the Upper Santiam Canyon to reduce wildfire hazards and improve forest health around homes in the Santiam Canyon community. Several grant opportunities are available to help Landowners improve wildland fire danger on their property.  Take advantage of the Santiam Canyon Hazardous Fuel Reduction Project by reducing Wildfire Hazards on your property. Call Jerrin Robbins at
503-859-4340 or stop in at the Santiam office for more information. 
Molalla Buckeroo Project
Smokey Bear and fans at Molalla Buckeroo Rodeo in July 2007
Smokey Bear and fans at Molalla Buckeroo Rodeo
Construction of a permanent structure at the Molalla Buckeroo Grounds to be used as a historical museum and for fire prevention activities, such as Smokey Bear presentations.

Molalla "Communities That Care"
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A "Firewise" landscaping display at a local nursery
Working as a partner to get driveway signs installed in at-risk homes within the Wildland-Urban Interface and to provide homeowners with information on Firewise landscaping.

Molalla Hand Crew - Crew 58

Fuels reduction projects in Clackamas County. Ongoing neighborhood projects in Wapinitia and Timberline Rim, and in Clackamas County Parks. Crew is also used in fire suppression and prevention activities

        

Fuels reduction project in Timberline Rim - "Before" and "After"
 
Western States Fire Manager's Grant
Wildfire Prevention Sigh Project - The construction of large signs and insertable prevention messages that can be changed throughout the winter for off-season fire prevention messages.

Clackamas County Fire Prevention Co-Op
Producing a series of public service announcements on Firewise Landscaping, Defensible Space, Fireworks, Camper Safety, and Debris Burning that will air on local TV and radio stations.

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