TOGETHER, WE ARE
LEARNING TO LIVE
Actively engaging with wildfire is a way of life that Washington must re-learn, and refine. We experimented with trying to eliminate fire for the last 100 years, but the hard truth is Washington and wildfire are inseparable. Add in pressures from climate change and more people living in fire-prone areas, and the situation gets especially critical.
Our Network embraces this complicated reality and connects over fire. We talk and learn with purpose, because no one is coming to save us. It’s our job to include wildfire in a future that works for Washington.
Movers and shakers from all walks of life are at our table, dissecting ideas and dedicating humanpower. Together, we are having frank, open conversations about adapting to wildfire in Washington, from location-specific challenges to big-picture sticking points. Our members are mining the lessons of the past, and re-purposing them in smart, new ways to benefit their local communities, and the common good.
You Can Use
WAFAC sat down with three staff from Cascadia Conservation District, a WAFAC member since 2015. Their outreach efforts span a wide range of audiences across
Meet one of our newest members, Jim House! Jim is the Disability Integration Manager for The Coalition on Inclusive Emergency Planning (CIEP). He recently joined
Fire impacts people and places and forges bonds, in striking and unusual ways. What has fire shown you and taught you? What have you lived through? Who did fire bring into your life? We want to hear your stories, Washington.