FireWise Wildfire Community
Wed, May 23, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Silverton City Hall, 1360 Greene St
Silverton, CO 81433, USA (map)
Public presentation by Firewise on
wildfire community preparedness
Dolores Watershed and Resilient Forest
DWaRF) Collaborative meeting
Wed, June 6, 1:30pm – 3:30pm
Dolores Water Conservancy District
60 Cactus St, Cortez (map)
MC FireWise Meeting
Tues, June 12, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Bridging the Divide:
Growing from the Ashes
Fri, June 22, 5pm – Sat, June 23, 3pm
Wolf Creek Ski Area, Hwy 160 E,
Pagosa Springs, CO (map)
The hours that you as a FireWise Ambassador spend on FireWise activities is vital to the success of our program. This information helps us keep track of program outcomes, report out to our partners, and is used as an in-kind match on some of our grant applications. You can also use these hours as an in-kind match for grant applications for your neighborhood. Beginning in 2013, we are also tracking the hours of residents that perform FireWise activities. As a FireWise Ambassador, you can enter your neighbor's hours or show them how to enter their own time.
Your time can include, but is not limited to:
We can also receive credit for your mileage so be sure to track your miles spent driving to meetings, renting mitigation equipment, etc. Estimates are fine.
Your time does not need to be entered by the day. You can put in a start date and in the comments sections, write a note like January – March hours, or 2013 hours, or whatever the case may be.