Homeowners, Grey Forest City officials and other departments in Texas recently gathered to discuss ways to address wildfire threats, the San Antonio Express-News reported on January 28.
During the “Firewise” program conducted last week, city residents and personnel from different departments were taught how to potentially diminish wildfire damages and practices that may help prevent wildfires. Program coordinator Nick Harrison stressed the importance of being prepared and the crucial role of homeowners in the event of a wildfire. In the program, Harrison also urged residents to come up with a wildfire action plan. The U.S. Department of the Interior, federal Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters co-sponsored Firewise.
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