Wildfire Mitigation Project Survey

 

We are interested in the health, sustainability and general satisfaction of forest thinning outcomes on private land, and in the experiences of the application process and performance of thinning process by the landowners. We are gathering data on thinning projects that have been funded, fully or partially, with grants from various agencies (ie: cost-share programs) to get a sense of what is working and what could be improved upon. Many grant opportunities are not well known, and gaining your insight and experience with the programs can help us learn how to best utilize them. Our focus is in New Mexico, however, surrounding states' residents are welcome to describe their experience as well.

The results of this survey will be anonymous, no address data will be shown and projects will be mapped in the general area of where they took place. If you have specific questions or comments, the final question in the survey is a free-form area for you to do so. We appreciate your help in making future programs as painless and effective as possible.

Our Mission

Wildfire Network works in pursuit of community wildfire resiliency by working with young adults and communities to promote firefighter safety, job development and youth mentorship. Through wildland and prescribed fire training, we employ and mentor at-risk youth in forest health, wildfire mitigation and safe firefighting techniques. We educate K-12 youth about natural fire processes within their environment and provide aid to communities with wildfire risk reduction and property stewardship.

Wildfire Network believes the cornerstone of community wildfire resiliency is education in adaptive management techniques on and around private property.

About Wildfire Network

We are a nonprofit 501(c3) based in Edgewood, NM

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