Wildfire Social Resources
- Why build defensible space to reduce wildfire risks? New #CampFire study reveals defensible space was found to be an important characteristic of homes that survived. Prepare today at DisasterSafety.org/Wildfire.
- Although firefighter intervention was critical during 2018 #CampFire, @disastersafety study shows the need for intervention could have been avoided through proper mitigation. Learn how you can reduce risks at DisasterSafety.org/Wildfire.
- A new @disastersafety #CampFire report shows structure-to-structure fire spread was observed due to closely spaced homes. Learn how you and your neighbors can prepare at DisasterSafety.org/Wildfire.
- Knockout some yard work and reduce your wildfire risks by building defensible space around your home. Learn how at https://disastersafety.org/wildfire.
- Wildfire embers can travel more than a mile from a fire and land on your roof and in gutters igniting debris. Don’t leave your property vulnerable. Keep your roof and gutters clean to reduce risks. Learn more at https://disastersafety.org/wildfire.
- As many as 90% of homes and buildings damaged or destroyed during a wildfire were ignited by embers, not flame. Anything left on or under your deck that can ignite leaves you vulnerable. Find out how you can remove this risk at https://disastersafety.org/wildfire.
- From taking inventory of your belongings to knowing what your insurance covers, preparing for wildfire now can help ease the recovery process later. Find out more at https://disastersafety.org/wildfire.
- One in four businesses that close because of a disaster never reopen. IBHS’s OFB-EZ® free business continuity toolkit can help you prepare and recover more quickly when wildfire strikes. Get started today at http://disastersafety.org/ofb-ez.