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The Department of Agriculture Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) and the Department of Justice (DoJ) are seeking the views of the public and stakeholders on how to reduce the threat of wildfires in the countryside.
World's Fastest Woman (2017 IAAF World Champion), Olympic Gold Medalist, and Mississippi native Tori Bowie is featured in the Mississippi Forestry Commission's (MFC) new public service announcement video, Stop Wildfires at the Starting Line, designed to heighten public awareness of wildfire prevention.
The wildfires that have been ravaging California for the past few days are creating enough smoke to be seen from space.
Drier conditions and higher temperatures increase not only the likelihood of a wildfire to occur, but also the duration and the severity of the wildfire.
Wildfire severity is not limited to the United States; it's an issue in Canada too.
Irvine, California-based analytics firm CoreLogic has analyzed 13 western states that are ranked at or near the top of the list for the most wildfire activity and property damage each year for its 2016 "Wildfire Hazard Risk Report.
DJI and AirMap have added real-time wildfire alerts to their geofencing data to help keep unauthorized drones from interfering with firefighting operations, the companies said.
Wenatchee has been selected as one of three communities across the nation that applied to receive technical assistance under a new program that helps reduce wildfire risk and costs.
area provides information about wildfire prevention, wildfire science, and fighting wildfires.
Smokey's message of wildfire prevention is just as valid today as it was in 1944.
In 2012--one of the most devastating wildfire years in memory--more than 9 million acres of federal, state, local and private land burned up in the United States.