December 9, 2014
As we approach the end of the year, we would like to take this opportunity to wish you a very festive and safe holiday celebration.  December is a great time to reflect on the past year and plan for the year to come. That is just what we are doing too...but we need your help. The best "gift" you can provide us is to respond to the short survey we have linked below. Your opinion matters to us!  Please take just a few extra minutes right now to help us on this project. We appreciate your effort now, and for all that you do to help reduce the wildfire threat at home and in your community. 


The Network Survey

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension and the Living With Fire Program are conducting a short survey to assess the effectiveness of the Nevada Network of Fire Adapted Communities (The Network.) Your responses are very important as we continue to develop and build The Network.  The survey should take approximately 5 - 6 minutes to complete.  We thank you in advance for helping us learn how to better help you! Follow this link to take the survey:

Natalie is Getting Her Neighborhood Organized
Talking with my friend and neighbor over coffee this morning, the subject came up that in spite of high winds and drought this past summer, we escaped with no real occurrence of wildfire to threaten our homes.  Oh sure, there was smoke in the air and daily reports, not to mention pictures,  of the extreme flames and wicked burning of the King Fire in California but no real danger close to home this year.  "Just a run of good luck"... Continue Reading...

Funding Opportunities
Check back here in January for grant funding opportunities for the new year. 

What do you think?
We'd like your feedback! What information would you like to know to help reduce the wildfire threat to your community? Reply to this email to share your thoughts.

This newsletter is provided by University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, an EEO/AA institution, with funding from a State Fire Assistance grant from the Nevada Division of Forestry and USDA Forest Service. Additional support is provided by the Bureau of Land Management - Nevada State Office.

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