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Breakout Session: Community Mitigation Assistance Team - Shared screen with speaker view
Aelysea Webb
06:14
We will begin in a just a few minutes.
Eytan (he/him) Krasilovsky
06:52
We'll start shortly, just giving folks a few minutes to make the zoom transition.
Mary Anne Newhall
08:20
Would you please confirm which session this is?
Eytan (he/him) Krasilovsky
08:44
This is the Community Mitigation Assistance Team session
Mary Anne Newhall
09:02
Thank you!
Eytan (he/him) Krasilovsky
19:17
Please use the chat here to share your comments and questions.
Nick Smokovich
27:49
Short attention spans bridge all generations. The best engagement is usually when smoke is in the air.
Eytan (he/him) Krasilovsky
28:07
McCaffrey, Sarah ; McGee, Tara K.; Coughlan, Michael ; Tedim, Fantina . 2020. Understanding wildfire mitigation and preparedness in the context of extreme wildfires and disasters Chapter 8. https://www.fs.usda.gov/treesearch/pubs/60709
Tim Kirkpatrick
31:55
Sb stickers are for kids because they find them fun.
Susan Mayes
36:53
Appalachian area or Great SmokyMountains
Martha Graham
48:18
What kinds of demographics and community organization are you working with? Towns? Villages? Census-designated areas?
Marlita-PIO Support Reddy-Hjelmfelt
50:39
Q: A number of areas you have mentioned, Chetco Bar, for example have a long and difficult history with fire. Could you speak to challenges you have faced implementing CMAT goals in those areas? What were your successes?
Nick Smokovich
51:07
Because of the changes in potions at local. state, federal and even local spark plug landowners how do you maintain momentum?
Mary Anne Newhall
51:07
Writing from a small HOA that borders directly on the Rio Grande Nature Center SP - an urban wildlife area within the city of Albuquerque. How do we start to address mitigation here?
Mary Anne Newhall
52:34
To clarify the earlier question - what resources, networks are available to us here in the Albuquerque bosque?
Tim Kirkpatrick
55:58
What methods do you use to get the nonparticipant groups into the work?
svgoodwood
56:30
Do you work with community post-wildfire restoration activities to protect against flooding and erosion control and even tree planting.
Ann Walker Consulting LLC
59:10
Did the 2018 revision of the CWPP include any soil analysis to address post-fire erosion?
APlecki
01:04:34
Awesome presentation. Thank you, Jonathan!
Tim Kirkpatrick
01:04:52
Thank you John!
Marlita-PIO Support Reddy-Hjelmfelt
01:05:07
Thank you, Jonathan. Your session was very informative!
Admin
01:05:18
great presenation
Ann Walker Consulting LLC
01:05:32
Thank you
Sean L. Ciudad SWCD
01:05:38
Thanks Jonathan!
Eytan (he/him) Krasilovsky
01:05:41
eytan@forestguild.org
MRael
01:05:47
Thanks Everyone!