Wildfire Behavior and Emergency Response
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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When dry conditions and high winds follow periods of rain that grow dense grass, wildfires can ignite easily and spread rapidly. This publication covers wildfire behavior and emergency responses that can help protect your property and help you stay safe when a wildfire occurs. (5 pages)
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