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April 27th, 2021

Photo of a wildfire burning on a hill behind a neighborhoos with text that says, "After ther fire. Returning to communities after a wildfire."

Alt-text: Photo of a wildfire burning on a hill behind a neighborhood with text that says, "After the fire. Returning to communities after a wildfire."

Facebook: If your community has been evacuated during a wildfire, do not return until permitted by law enforcement officials. Before you enter your home, check for remaining hazards in and around your property such as burning embers, unstable power lines, and large pits of ash left from burned trees. Take notes and photos of all damaged property and belongings to report them to your insurance company. Learn more at www.livingwithfire.com/get-prepared/

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Twitter: After a wildfire, take care before returning home: check for hazards like burning embers, and document any damage to your property for insurance. Learn more below.

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https://www.livingwithfire.com/get-prepared/


Photo of a house surrounded by a burned landscape with text that says, "After the fire. Returning home after a wildfire."

Alt-text: Photo of a house surrounded by a burned landscape with text that says, "After the fire. Returning home after a wildfire."

Facebook: After a wildfire evacuation, do not return to your home until re-entry is permitted by law enforcement officials. When you enter your home, check your attic and crawl space each day, for several days. Check for smoke from embers that may have entered the home and could still smolder and ignite the home from within. Make a list and take photos of any damage. Do not eat food or take medications that have been exposed to heat, smoke, or soot. Learn more about recovering after a wildfire below.

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https://www.livingwithfire.com/get-prepared/

Twitter: After an evacuation, don’t return home until permitted by local officials. Then, check for burning embers that may be hiding in attics and crawl spaces, and document any damage caused by fire. Learn more below.

#LivingWithFire #NWAC
https://www.livingwithfire.com/get-prepared/


Photo of a burned landscape with text that says, "After the fire. What grows back after the fire?"

Alt-text: Photo of a burned landscape with text that says, "After the fire. What grows back after the fire?"

Facebook: Plants vary in their response to wildfire. Fire kills some plants, rejuvenates others, and some plants require fire to exist. After a wildfire, the resulting barren and burned landscape might not stay that way for long. Learn more about what grows back after a fire at the link below.

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https://bit.ly/3tCKL2s

Twitter: Plants vary in their response to wildfire. It kills some plants, rejuvenates others, and some plants require fire to exist. Learn more about what grows back after fire below.

#LivingWithFire #ResilientLandscapes #NWAC #Wildfire #FirePrep
https://bit.ly/3tCKL2s

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