Community Wildfire Protection Plan Evaluation Guide

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dc.description 23 p. en_US
dc.description.abstract The purpose of this guide is to assist communities in monitoring and evaluating their Community Wildfire Protection Plans to strengthen future implementation. The steps in this guide outline an effective process for evaluating how well communities have addressed the goals and objectives of their CWPPs and for updating their plans. The Guide recommends collaborative strategies to bring together project partners to conduct the evaluation, gather relevant data, and write the evaluation report. This evaluation will draw out the experiences and lessons learned in collaborative efforts among community members, local government, municipalities, land management, and state agencies, thereby pinpointing the key accomplishments and challenges facing the community in implementing its fire plan. The benefits of an evaluation may also include the identification of strategies to help communities plan for and reduce the risks of other natural disasters. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Thanks to the Ford Foundation and the Flintridge Foundation for funding the development of this publication, and to Sustainable Northwest for supporting its production and dissemination. en_US
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dc.publisher University of Oregon, Institute for a Sustainable Environment en_US
dc.subject Wildfires -- Prevention and control -- Planning en_US
dc.title Community Wildfire Protection Plan Evaluation Guide en_US
dc.type Other en_US

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