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Wildland Urban Fire Summit - General Session Day 1 - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 1/2
Aelysea Webb
22:29
Good morning everyone! There is a correction to the second break time: 11:25-11:30am (NOT 10:30-11:25am) Thanks.
Eytan (he/him) Krasilovsky
58:40
Hi Everyone - Please type you questions for Dick here.
Aelysea Webb
01:03:04
Do new home owners/residents receive any kind of firewise information or training?
Teresa Rigby
01:03:36
Curious what is done to prevent the human ignitions that seem to cause many of the fires in the area?
stevenjenison
01:11:12
any insights on mitigating the risk of bosque fires?
rkreid
01:11:43
Nice 4-point summary of treatment effects on fires.
WMason
01:13:32
Do you have any advice on dealing with resistant landowners?
WMason
01:14:06
Also absentee landowners
Susan Mayes
01:15:24
Do you meet with HOAs to educate those neighborhoods? Do you NextDoor or other apps to get your message across?
jeff
01:19:07
I'm interested in emergency alert systems for small communities in fire threatened areas. What examples of wild fire alert systems can you discuss
Jan-Willem
01:22:11
I missed what is being done with slash in Ruidoso; can this be explained?
randy
01:27:37
What is the match $ to those grants
Adam Mackie
01:27:55
One difference for us is cottonwoods, locust, and willow grow back after cutting.
Nick Smokovich
01:29:09
We in Lincoln County have Allegator Juniper that resprouts.
Timothy C.
01:30:14
Is there any interest in a woody biomass boiler for utilizing the slash/low grade wood from the thinnings to heat/cool a cluster of municipal buildings?
Martha Graham
01:30:47
I think I missed whether there are maintenance schedule for treatments
Martha Graham
01:30:54
Nevermind - here it is!