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Source:  Texas Forest Service

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Horses affected by fires are stressed and their feed needs to be managed appropriately.

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Source:  National Fire Protection Association

NFPA®’s Firewise Communities® is a national wildfire safety program that plays a critical role in areas outside the jurisdiction of government entities: private land in the wildland/urban interface.

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Source:  Texas AgriLife Extension Service

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Research shows that how the house is built, the characteristics of the adjacent vegetation and routine maintenance often determine which homes burn and which survive. The purpose of Living With Fire is to provide homeowners with wildfire threat reduction recommendations developed by Nevada’s firefighting experts. This program also provides suggestions about what to do during and after a fire.

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Homeowners are the first line of defense when it comes to protecting homes and communities from wildfires. The actions you take to mitigate the risk on your property before a fire occurs can make all the differences.

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Wildfire can strike anywhere, anytime. Homes surrounded by brush, trees, or even grass can be quickly overtaken by wildfire. Homeowners can take these precautions to save their property.

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Source:  Texas Agrilife Today

AgriLife Extension: Producers face some tough decisions.

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