Wildfire Awareness Month

In Nevada, we know all too well that wildfires can occur at any time.  There is no longer a “wildfire season”, and residents must prepare now and stay prepared throughout the year.  Your Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month planning committee members are busy organizing events, activities, and promotional campaigns to help reinforce this message. Check back here as more events are added to the calendar, and plan to attend or participate in an event in May.

Assisted by grant funds from the Bureau of Land Management, Nevada Division of Forestry and U.S. Forest Service, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension coordinates Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month (NWAM) each year. Additional funding from program partners, support from corporate sponsors and other in-kind funding all contribute to the effort. If you would like to get involved with NWAM 2019 or for more information, please contact the Living With Fire team at [email protected] or find a local contact on the planning committee .

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Wildfire Awareness Month

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Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month 2019 Order Form

Thank you for your interest and participation in Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month.
To request materials and promotional items fill out our online order form below.

If you have questions contact the Living With Fire team at [email protected].

Planning Group Contact Information

Members of the Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month planning group are available to answer questions, help you plan an event and much more.  Contact your nearest representative from the list below.

Bureau of Land Management

  • Nevada State Office – Vanessa Marquez at 775-861-6518
  • Carson City District – Kevin Kranz at 775-885-6083
  • Elko District – Clint Mothershead at 775-753-0345
  • Winnemucca and Battle Mountain Districts – Bradley Milam at 775-623-1764
  • Southern Nevada and Ely Districts – Zach Ellinger at 702-515-5107

Carson City Fire Department

  • Rodd Rummel at 775-283-7161
  • Dave Ruben at 775-283-7153

City of Elko Fire Department

  • John Holmes at 775-388-2428

Community Leaders/Volunteers

  • Skyland Fire Adapted Community, Ann Grant at 775-781-4006
  • Silver Lake/Red Rock Community, Dale Hildebrandt at 775-677-5904

East Fork Fire Protection District

  • Terry Taylor (Recently Retired)

Elko County Fire Protection District

  • Steven Hamilton at 775-738-9960

Eureka County Dept. of Natural Resources

  • Jessica Santoyo at 775-237-6010

Mt. Charleston Fire Protection District

  • Jorge Gonzalez at 702-305-4010

Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

  • Public Information Officer – JoAnn Kittrell at 775-684-2712
  • Public Information Officer – Samantha Thompson at 775-684-2709

Nevada Department of Education

  • Randi Hunewill at 775-687-7284

Nevada Division of Forestry

  • Conservation Camp Area Supervisor/Public Relations – Eric Antle at 775-684-2506
  • Community Protection Program – Ryan Shane at 775-684-2511
  • Western Nevada – Chanse Hunwardsen at 775-430-0106
  • Southern Nevada – Brett Waters at 702-486-5123

Nevada Network of Fire Adapted Communities

  • Coordinator – Michael Beaudoin at 775-684-2519

Nevada State Fire Marshal Division

  • Danny Brennan at 775-684-7526

North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District

  •  Mark Regan at 775-833-8107

Silver Lake Volunteer Fire Department

  •  Dale Hildebrandt at 775-772-3750

Storey County Community Development

  •  Patty Blakely at 775-815-9974

Skyland Fire Adapted Community

  •  Ann Grant at 775-781-4006

Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District

  • Brett Lee at 775-326-6074
  • Denise Reynolds at 775-326-6079

USDA Forest Service

  • Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest – Jennifer Diamond at 775-384-1420
  • Humbolt-Toiyabe National Forest – Naaman Horn at 702-515-5413
  • Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest – Marty Woods at 775-355-3517

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension

  • Living With Fire Program – Jamie Roice-Gomes at 775-336-0261
  • Living With Fire Program – Alyssa Thom at 775-336-0255




Proclamations & Resolutions

Prepare a custom proclamation or resolution for your City, County, Municipality or Fire Department/District in support of Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month 2019. For assistance, contact the Living With Fire team at [email protected]. Below are specific proclamation templates for various uses, and talking points for use during meetings or other presentations:

Multi-State Proclamation:  2019 marks the eleventh year for this collaborative effort among western states.  This year, participants include California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

  • Multi-State Proclamation 2019 – coming soon

Promotional Materials

Below you will find links to promotional materials and other information we have available to help you organize and conduct an event in your community. Banners, posters and giveaway items are available for FREE for your event (In Nevada), thanks to grant funding from the Bureau of Land Management – Nevada State Office, Nevada Division of Forestry, and U.S. Forest Service (please note that supplies are limited). Please use the online order form to request items as well as publications you may need. Thank you!

  • Promotional Giveaway Item – coming soon
  • Social Media Graphics/Content – coming soon



Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month 2018 is made possible with funding and additional support from our sponsors, local partners and collaborators. Please join us in thanking them:

Air Methods Advantage ~ American Red Cross/Elko ~ ArrowCreek HOA ~ Barrick Gold -Cortez Mine ~ Battle Mountain Day Care ~ BFE Screen Printing & Embroidery ~ Bodines Casino ~ Bonanza Casino ~ Bureau of Land Management ~ Caliente Volunteer Fire Department ~ Canyon Pines HOA ~ Care Flight ~ Carson City ~ Carson City Community Center ~ Carson City Fire Department ~ Carson City High School ~ Carson Now ~ Carson Valley Inn Hotel & Casino ~ CASA ~ Casino Fandango ~ City of Caliente ~ City of Elko Fire Department ~ City of Fernley ~ Churchill County ~ Clark County ~ Clark County Fire Department ~ COD Casino ~ Crescent Valley/Beowawe Firewise Community ~ Crescent Valley Fairgrounds ~ Crescent Valley Volunteer Fire Department ~ Cumulus Media ~ Desert Sky Adventures ~ Diamond Mountain Future Farmers of America ~ Douglas County Community Emergency Response Team ~ Douglas County Emergency Management ~ Douglas County Flood Management ~ Douglas County School District ~ Douglas County Sheriff’s K-9 Unit, Motorcycle Patrol, Mounted Posse and Mobile Dispatch ~ Douglas County Seratoma ~ East Fork Fire Protection District ~ Eclipse Pizza Co. ~ Eclipse Running ~ Elko County ~ Elko County Ambulance ~ Elko County Fire Protection District ~ Elko County Fair ~ Elko Daily Free Press ~ Elko Mining Group – Ruby Hill Mine LLC. ~ Ely Lions Club ~ Eureka County ~ Eureka County 4-H ~ Eureka County Department of Natural Resources ~ Eureka County Emergency Medical Services ~ Eureka County School District ~ Eureka County Public Works ~ Eureka County Sheriffs Office ~ Eureka/Diamond Valley Firewise Community ~ Eureka Fairgrounds ~ Eureka Lions Club ~ Eureka Volunteer Fire Department ~ Firewise Communities USA ~ Fizio ~ Friends of Mt. Charleston ~ Friends of Smokey Bear ~ Galena Forest ~ General Moly/Eureka Moly ~ Governor Brian Sandoval ~ Humboldt County ~ KKOH NewsTalk 780/Reno ~ KOLO 8 News Now/Reno ~ KRNV My News 4/Reno ~ KTVN 2/Reno ~ KXNT 840AM/Las Vegas ~ Lake Mead National Park Service ~ Lakeview FAC Network Community ~ Lander County ~ Lander County School District ~ Las Vegas 51s Baseball ~ Lincoln County ~ Lincoln County Department of Emergency Management ~ Lincoln County Fire Protection District ~ Logandale Fire Rescue ~ Lyon County ~ Marine Mountain Warfare Fire Department ~ Mercy Air ~ Mesa View Home Health and Hospice ~ Metro Volunteer Police ~ Mineral County ~ Moana Nursery ~ Moapa Valley Community Emergency Response Team ~ Moapa Valley Progress ~ Montreaux ~ Mound House Fire Adapted Community ~ Mountain Resort Television Tahoe ~ Mt. Charleston Fire Protection District ~ Mt. Charleston Resort and Lodge ~ National Weather Service ~ Nevada Air National Guard ~ Nevada Appeal ~ Nevada Cattlemen’s Association ~ Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources ~ Nevada Department of Education ~ Nevada Department of Transportation ~ Nevada Department of Wildlife ~ Nevada Division of Emergency Management/Homeland Security ~ Nevada Division of Forestry ~ Nevada Division of Insurance ~ Nevada Fire Chiefs Association ~ Nevada League of Cities ~ Nevada Magazine ~ Nevada Real Estate Inspectors Association ~ Nevada State Fire Marshal Division ~ Nevada State Flood Control ~ Nevada State Parks ~ Northeastern Nevada Fire Prevention Group ~ North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District ~ North Lyon County Fire Protection District ~ Nye County ~ NV Energy ~ Palomino Valley Auxiliary Fire Department ~ Panaca Market ~ Peas & Carrots Child Care ~ Pershing County ~ Pioneer Crossing Casino/Dayton ~ Pioneer Crossing Casino/Fernley ~ Pioneer Crossing Casino/Yerington ~ Raines Markety/Euerka ~ Reach Medical ~ Record Courier ~ Red Lion Hotel and Casino/Elko ~ Reno Gazette-Journal ~ Republic Services/Las Vegas ~ Siera Ham Radio Operators ~ Sierra Front Wildfire Cooperators ~ Sierra Nevada Association of Realtors ~ Silver Lake Volunteer Fire Department ~ Skyland Fire Adapted Community ~ Smith Library ~ Smith Valley/Mason Valley Conservation District ~ Smith Valley Fire Protection District ~ Southwest Gas ~ Sparks Fire Department ~ Sparks Nugget Hotel & Casino ~ State Farm Insurance ~ State Fire DC Specialities ~ St. James Village ~ Storey County ~ Storey County Fire Protection District ~ Storey County School District ~ Super Burrito ~ Tahoe Douglas Bomb Squad ~ Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District ~ Tahoe Network of Fire Adapted Communities ~ Tahoe Resource Conservation District ~ The Brewer’s Cabinet ~ The Progressive Rancher ~ Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District ~ U.S. Forest Service ~ University of Nevada Cooperative Extension ~ University of Nevada, Reno ~ Walker Lake Volunteer Fire Department ~ Washoe County ~ Washoe County Emergency Management ~ Washoe County School District ~ Washoe County Regional Animal Control ~ Washoe County Regional Parks Bartley Ranch ~ Washoe County Senior Center ~ Washoe County Sheriff’s Community Emergency Response Team ~ Washoe Lake State Park ~ Washoe Tribe ~ Washoe Valley Alliance ~ Wells Propane ~ West Washoe FAC Network Community ~ White Pine County ~ White Pine County Fire ~ Winnemucca City Fire Department ~ Winnemucca Community Garden ~ Winnemucca Rural Fire Department ~ Zephyr Cove Post Office



Summary Report

The Summary Report linked below summarizes the events and activities that occurred as part of Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month 2018, and includes a list of collaborators and participants on the planning committee, in-kind contributions and all events and activities by county. We’ve also include a summary Infographic, which you can download from the link below.  This report is being made ADA compliant. If you are interested in an ADA compliant report, please contact Jamie Roice-Gomes at [email protected] or 775-336-0261