Two-part webinar series:
August 6, 2013 (Noon - 1:00 pm MT) and
August 15, 2013 (Noon – 1:00 pm MT)
Defensible-space (D-space) does not mean moonscape: Learn how to transform your home’s perimeter into an area that you can not only use, but looks good and helps protect your home from wildfires. You have the ability to dramatically improve the chances of your home surviving the next wildfire!
Part 1: August 6, 2013 - Home Ignition Zone:
Lessons learned from Fourmile, High Park and Waldo Canyon fires. Our understanding of how homes are lost in wildfires is changing. Learn the newest science available. Learn about simple maintenance tips to better prepare your home for wildfires. See fun and attractive examples of D-space incorporating patio design and pathways. Presented by Ryan Ludlow, Boulder County Forestry Education & Outreach Coordinator
Part 2: August 15, 2013 – Fire-Resistant Plants:
Learn how to use fire-resistant native and adapted plants to add color and beauty and to attract birds to your land. Presented by Irene Shonle, Gilpin County Extension Director
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Presented by Colorado State University Extension and USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-659-7004 ext. 3 with questions.