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Solutions: Firewise & Emergency Preparedness

What Does it Mean to be Firewise?

A majority of horse and livestock owners live in rural areas near ecosystems that are fire adaptive or dependent; it is often up to them to figure out how to be properly prepared in the event of a wildfire, and how to best manage their property to reduce the risk of damage. Even if you are not directly threatened by wildfires, summer heat, along with drought, wind and the naturally combustible nature of farm buildings make it wise to take measures to protect your animals and property from any type of fire threat. Learn ways to protect yourself, your horses and your property while living safely near a fire adaptive area.

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FREE FIRE EVACUATION PLANNING INFORMATION

Poster: Firewise for Horse Owners (PDF)

Full size posters of: Firewise for Horse Owners are available for purchase. CONTACT Alayne for details. 

Checklist: Evacuation Planning for Horses (PDF)

HOW TO SAFELY EVACUATE HORSES WHEN FIRE IS IMMINENT.

Wildfires can quickly become a real threat to rural landowners. It’s easy to think fires only happen to other people, but this kind of thinking can lead to tragic consequences. When horses or livestock are involved, action needs to be taken quickly to save the lives of your animals and reduce property damage. Being proactive is the safest plan. 

Lista de Verificación: Planeación de la Evaluación para los Caballos (PDF)

Cómo evacuar con facilidad a los caballos cuando el incendio es inminente.

Los incendios forestales pueden convertirse rápidamente en una amenaza real para los propietarios de tierras rurales. Es fácil pensar que los incendios sólo ocurren a otras personas, pero este tipo de pensamiento puede llevar a consecuencias trágicas. Cuando los caballos o el ganado están involucrados, se debe actuar rápido para salvar la vida de los animales y reducir el daño a la propiedad. Ser proactivo es el plan más seguro.