wildland fire

  • Logan Simpson Arizona Environmental Consultants to Help Mitigate Fire Danger from Buffelgrass

    The Southern Arizona Buffelgrass Coordination Center (SABCC) has awarded the Arizona environmental consultants of Logan Simpson a three-year contract to document the distribution, abundance, and effectiveness of treatments to eradicate buffelgrass in Pima County. موقع ويليام هيل This invasive species is highly flammable and drastically increases the frequency of fires in the Sonoran Desert.

    Fire is the single greatest threat to public health and safety in and around in and around the Tucson International Airport (TIA) and the Pima County Mission Road Complex, which houses the Pima County Jail and other county infrastructure. Logan Simpson will be working with SABCC, TIA, and Pima County to help reduce the threat at TIA by mapping, controlling, and monitoring the spread of buffelgrass. The projects will be funded through a FEMA Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grant. bet365 arabic

    The Southwest Fire Science Consortium has produced a 11 minute video of the work that SABCC is doing. موقع مراهنات كرة قدم

  • Logan Simpson Environmental Consultants are Developing Pima County Community Wildfire Protection Plan

    Logan Simpson environmental consultants are developing a community wildfire protection plan that will assess the risk of wildland fire risk to 32 Pima County communities. بوكر عربي Nearly 6 million acres are being analyzed for wildland fuel hazards, risk of ignition and wildfire occurrence, local preparedness, and community protection capabilities. The plan will comply with the Healthy Forests Restoration Act of 2003, which is the most effective way for a community to acquire federal funding for fire preparedness and environmental planning. لعبة روليت مجاني   To date, Logan Simpson has completed 13 HFRA-compliant community wildfire protection plans analyzing more than 15. 7 million acres in 160 communities, 118 fire departments and 15 counties within Arizona and New Mexico to determine wildland fire risk.

    A primary objective of the CWPP is to help local governments, fire departments and districts, and residents identify at-risk public and private lands to better protect those lands from severe wildfire threat. Additional functions of the plan are to improve fire prevention and suppression activities, as well as identify funding needs and opportunities to reduce the risk of wildland fire, and to enhance public and firefighter safety. Pima County’s CWPP will meet these objectives at a local level, while integrating with overall federal- and state-level fire planning.

    The environmental consultants at LSD are working with the Pima County Office of Emergency Management to develop the plan, which will also address all risk factors identified by the Arizona State Forester. العاب ربح المال من الانترنت