Everyone has a role to play in fire adaptation. This work is complex and requires the collaboration of the whole community. Whether you are an individual homeowner, renter, commuter, or visitor taking part in personal preparedness and prevention measures; an elected official supporting landscape resilience projects or adopting codes and ordinances; or a fire department leading home assessment programs, there are resources for you here!
The “Who is Involved in Fire Adaptation graphic” is NOT meant to be comprehensive. These are general segments of organizations and people to represent the broad and diverse experience needed to pursue fire adaptation. Within each of these groups there are countless subcategories or specific roles in each community. As an example, the Government segment can include local, state, tribal and/ or federal governments while Public Health can include local hospitals, local public or environmental health authorities, non-profit organizations focused on providing clean air spaces, or organizations providing social services to our homeless community members.
Use this graphic by clicking on the broad group for which you would like to see resources. By clicking on Public Health, for example, you will be taken to a curated list of resources and considerations for this group of stakeholders.
See the facilitator’s guide for this graphic for more explanation of the roles which can be taken during fire adaptation.
Click on any component of the graphic below to see resources and examples tailored to that audience.