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Phase One

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)).

Scoping Phase Workflow

Phase Two

During the Implementation of the RWMP priority projects identified in  the Scoping Phase will be strategically funded and implemented based on their potential to reduce risk, and increase wildfire resilience.

Phase Three

During the Monitoring Phase, project implementation will continue and the program team will begin to monitor and evaluate implemented projects to the best way to incorporate learning into future management and implementation decisions.