FireSmart Community Preparedness Day – Saturday, May 2

Wildfire Community Preparedness Day 2015UPDATE:

On April 11th, Dale Kellerman, Darren Hutchinson, Chuck Harrison, Walter Zinowki and Denis Thomson met at the Sasquatch Pond to fall the danger trees in preparation for the May 2nd event.

Schedule For Saturday – May 2nd:

Sasquatch Pond (Hwy 3 to Sasquatch Rd. – first right to Sasquatch Pond)

                           9:00   am – meet to set-up for the event

                           10:00 am – community members and others start to arrive

                           10:15 am – introductions and safety moment

                           10:30 am – break into groups and perform FireSmart activities

                           12:30 pm – stop work and debrief

                           1:00   pm – BBQ

 The outcomes we are seeking for this event are:

  1. To understand what FireSmart is and the principles on how to apply them
  2. Hands on principles of FireSmarting your property
  3. Best practice recommendations for Yard Waste Burning
  4. Safe chainsaw practices
  5. Have some fun; meet new people and BBQ a smokie

For this event, we will require the tools that you would normally use to perform your own yard maintenance. This will include rakes, wheelbarrows, pruning equipment, weedwackers, brush trimmers and chainsaws. Safety is the most important thing of the day; please bring gloves and safety eye wear. If you are using power equipment bring hearing protection.

To get an idea of how many smokies we need to purchase, please respond to the poll below if you are planning on attending.

Thanks from The FireSmart Team

Cutting Danger Trees

Cutting Danger Trees

Limbing Fallen Trees

Limbing Fallen Trees

Help Arrived

Help Arrived

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One Response to FireSmart Community Preparedness Day – Saturday, May 2

  1. Pingback: Exciting Award for FireSmart & REMINDER: Preparedness Day is Sat. May 2 | Anarchist Mountain Community Society

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