The recent nationwide emphasis on community fire planning provides an important new opportunity for Extension. This article presents a case study of Extension involvement in neighborhood fire planning. We describe how intensive neighborhood outreach, design, and delivery of educational programs and facilitation of a steering committee have improved neighborhood cohesion and interagency coordination in addressing wildfire issues in a 250,000-acre watershed.
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Bennett, M., & Perrotti, G. (2006). Extension at the Wildland-Urban Interface: A Case Study of Community Fire Planning. The Journal of Extension, 44(4), Article 23. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol44/iss4/23