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Monday, May 30, 2016

Discover what it means to be FireSmart. Find the best ways to protect your home, to prepare for an approaching wildfire, to establish a FireSmart plan, and to help protect your community from the dangers of wildfire.

Learn how to protect your home, yard and buildings through prevention and planning.  Learn how to properly deal with burning barrels and fire pits.

Follow these tips if you plan on using burning barrels and fire pits. Get a permit.

Follow our helpful steps to reduce and prevent wildfire dangers.

Learn the safest conditions for campfires and how to make sure they are properly extinguished.

Know how to properly control your open burning project. Read the Best Practices Guide for Open Burning.

Get a free burn notification number if you plan a burning project in or within 4.5 kilometres of a provincial forest.

Find out how to make your community more FireSmart. Read A Guide to Managing Community Wildfire Risk.

Find tips to ensure a safe burn. Learn the best ways to handle livestock in the case of a wildfire.

Find out what to do if you receive an evacuation notice.

Discover how to practice fire safety when hunting.  Learn how to keep your shore lunch FireSmart.

Learn about the beneficial role fire plays in our environment.

A case study on how FireSmart practices prevented wildfire from spreading in the Nisbet Forest, an area just north of Prince Albert and a case study on the Lagoon Fire near the First Nation community of Stanley Mission.

Access wildfire risk assessment links that will provide many resources to assist a property owner in identifying and managing wildfire risk.

Get all of our resources in one spot. You'll find videos, fact sheets, current print advertisements and more!



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