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After the Fires

Articles: After the Fires

Fire is powerful, consuming, and terrifying—quite literally, a force of nature.

The devastating fires in 2017 were a wake-up call to assess vulnerable landscapes and do what we can to fireproof our gardens, and in turn provide a measure of protection to homes and property. Here at Pacific Horticulture, we’ve compiled a roundup of digital resources for gardeners facing recovery as well as anyone interested in creating a resilient, fire-safe landscape in a dry region. From design consultation to learning opportunities, the horticultural community is responding to tragic loss with practical and creative ideas.

 

Photograph by Wes Schultz, courtesy California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection

“‘New Normal’ Means New Mindset on California Wildfires”

“If we go into this with a mindset that we’re not going to stop all of these fires, but that we’re going to build a state that is resilient to the recovery and resistant to when they do occur, and we build that into our mindset and start taking actions, we can make real progress.” – CAL FIRE Chief, Ken Pimlott

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