So often we think of wildfires in terms of how many acres burned or which roads are closed. But for some, those caught in the middle, it’s more a matter of ensuring that their loved ones and pets are accounted … Continue reading
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The month of May means a lot of things to a lot of different people…great weather, springtime in full gear and school graduations. To the Living With Fire team and our many program partners, May means Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month. … Continue reading
As a member of a community located in the wildland-urban interface where a beautiful hike is moments from my door, there’s always wildlife to study, and the stars seem to burn a little brighter at night, I take pride in … Continue reading