The Scoping Phase of the RWMP is dedicated towards assessing the wildfire vulnerability in each of our resilience domain areas and prioritizing project implementation.
- The Landscape Resilience Domain analyze the existing and planned buffers around the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) and identify gaps and opportunities to protect high value resources within the program area
- The Built Environment Resilience Domain will conduct an analysis of the homes, businesses, and critical infrastructure across the program area and assess their structural vulnerability to wildfire
- The Community Resilience Domain will work closely with different communities to increase their capacity to adapt to and recover from the shock of large wildfires, with a particular focus on marginalized, or vulnerable members of the community.
Phase one will also focus on development of priority implementation projects. Resilience Domain Leads will utilize a spatial decision support tool to identify project opportunities that will be vetted by stakeholders, and supported by science (including forms of traditional ecological knowledge (TEK)).