Taylor Mountain RX Spring 2021 -Fuels reduction included applying fire in the sage and grasses to help break up the continuous fuels and slow fire from racing up hill and into the homes.  

Just as wildfires can occur anywhere in the United States, fire-adapted communities can be created anywhere to help protect residents in wildfire-prone areas. The following links will help you as a homeowner and/or a wildfire ambassador, in creating change on the ground and within your communities in wildfire mitigation.

As you have questions about your role in contributing towards building a fire safe community, call 307-739-5424 for more information lesley.williams@usda.gov

Community Wildfire Coalitions and Programs:                  

TAWPC (Teton Area Wildfire Protection Coalition) Meeting Notes Febuary2023, April 2023

AAWPC (Alpine Area Wildfire Protection Coalition)    

IPSWP (Island Park Sustainable Wildfire Community)

Wildfire Neighborhood Ambassador Program:

Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) and Communities at Risk: 

Wildland Fire Collaborators 

Community Wildfire Protection Plans

Fire Mitigation Videos, Webinars and Just Good Information to Share!