Forest Action Plans: Guidelines for Forests
Forest action plans provide an analysis of forest conditions and trends in your area.
NASF Resolution No. 1996-1: Wildland / Urban Interface Fire Standards
WHEREAS, People are attracted to more rural settings to live and work to escape the noise, congestion, pollution, and crowding in cities, and
WHEREAS, Buildings and people that are intermingled with wildland areas constitute wildland / urban interface fire protection problems, and
WHEREAS, Interface fires destroy homes, businesses, improvements, and natural resources; threaten lives, disrupt lives and local economics; and are difficult fires to control and extremely costly to fight, and
WHEREAS, Standards as reflected in regulations, codes, ordinances, or guidelines help to guide development and protect health and safety, and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: The National Association of State Foresters encourages local governments to adopt standards, either voluntary or mandatory, for the wildland / urban interface areas.
( X ) Approved Attest: Stanley F. Hamilton
Date of Action: 9/26/96 Witness: L. Earl Peterson