Wildfire risk to residential structures in the Island Park Sustainable Fire Community: Caribou-Targhee National ForestAuthor(s): Don Helmbrecht; Julie Gilbertson-Day; Joe H. Scott; LaWen Hollingsworth
Source: Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Fire Sciences Lab. 34 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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The Island Park Sustainable Fire Community (IPSFC) Project is a collaborative working group of citizens, businesses, non-profit organizations, and local, state, and federal government agencies (www.islandparkfirecommunity.com) working to create fire-resilient ecosystems in and around the human communities of West Yellowstone, Montana and Island Park, Idaho. The IPSFC is guided in part by the Federal Land Assistance, Management, and Enhancement Act of 2009, and by the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy, often known simply as the "Cohesive Strategy" (www.forestsandrangelands.com/strategy). Fostering sustainable, fire-adapted human communities is one of three fundamental goals of the Cohesive Strategy.
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Helmbrecht, Don; Gilbertson-Day, Julie; Scott, Joe H.; Hollingsworth, LaWen. 2016. Wildfire risk to residential structures in the Island Park Sustainable Fire Community: Caribou-Targhee National Forest. Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Fire Sciences Lab. 34 p.
KeywordsIsland Park Sustainable Fire Community (IPSFC), wildfire risk, management
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