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 AP!_Wildfire_Web_Banner_728x90September is America’s PrepareAthon!

And we encourage you to take part in this national effort!

A good way to start is by registering to attend the

Nevada Network of Fire Adapted Communities

2nd Annual Conference

When: November 9, 2015   ~   8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Where: Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, Reno. For more information about the block of rooms available, please click here

WhatDownload a detailed flyer about the conference here.

How: Click here to easily register online! Or to print and return a registration form, please click here. Return instructions are included on the form. For more information about registration, please click here.

Thank you for attending!

 

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