The Guide defines terms, and identifies resources (with links!) that are useful in mitigation planning efforts across all landscapes. "Mitigation happens at all levels - local, state, tribal and federal. A combined approach helps achieve fire adapted communities. Individuals, communities and organizations working together to share and leverage resources and build partnerships are keys to success."
The four primary objectives of the Guide are to:
- Provide a reference to assist with integrating wildland urban interface mitigation principles into national wildland fire training;
- Promote common wildfire mitigation language and culture;
- Establish an authoritative source for wildland urban interface mitigation information; and
- Provide consistent definitions for use by all media
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