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Fire can kill you faster than COVID! 🙄
Fire containment in CA is still not accomplished, can you imagine how it is to live in smoke for weeks? It is new to CA the number of fires going on at the same time, but this is not the point. You should look into a new technique in handling these fires. Is there a system for the density of each fire? Yes. Where are they?
Fire Prevention should have been established a decade ago but it is not there. Who is in charge of this?
Are there wells/rivers/creeks/other source of water in each forest? How are they utilized during a wildfire? Are there doable plans to protect the people who live in the forests?
New techniques in fighting the forest fire are used such as Agroforestry. What is it? Why isn’t used here?
Agroforestry is the intentional integration of trees and shrubs into crop and animal farming systems to create environmental, economic, and social benefits. It has been practiced in the United States and around the world for centuries.
Farmers in Spain use Agroforestry to Fight Forest Fires. Results indicated that agroforestry areas had fewer wildfire incidents than forests, shrublands or grasslands, providing evidence of the potential of agroforestry to reduce fire risk and protect ecosystems.
Stay safe during a wildfire. A useful link here gives you a lot of steps that can keep you and your family safe if you were in an area near a forest suffering form a wildfire.
Where is the safest place to be during a wildfire?
Close all vents, doors, windows, garage doors, and pet doors so embers don’t get into your house. Stay in a safe room or location where air from the outside is blocked from getting in. Fill garbage cans, tubs, pools, and large containers with water to help firefighters if they end up on your property.
Survival strategies to help you escape a forest fire.