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As a result of the priorities in Senate Bill 762, and to better meet the needs and assist Oregonians, the Office of State Fire Marshal (OSFM) created Fire Adapted Oregon. This initiative uses integrated and strategic resource investment to reduce fires and their impact on the public. Fire Adapted Oregon is grounded in statewide data, science, new defensible space codes, and trends.
The initiative is grounded in the community risk reduction framework with five Es to consider when planning local projects or work:
The OSFM's fire risk reduction specialists hosted a series of webinars in 2022 to share information about wildfire preparedness and community risk reduction. The webinars take a deep dive into topics like how homes really ignite during a wildfire and how to be financially prepared if a wildfire does impact your life. Each webinar was recorded and more may be scheduled in the future. Click the images below to watch the recorded webinar or to sign up to receive information on when new webinars are scheduled.
Click the link below for our "Assessing Structural Ignition Potential from Wildfire” courses.
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