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Wildland Fire Suppression: Lack of Clear Guidance Raises Concerns about Cost Sharing between Federal and Nonfederal Entities
Wildland fires burn millions of acres each year, r

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By Robin M. Nazzaro (au)
Year: 2006
Pages: 43
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422309363

Wildland fires burn millions of acres each year, requiring substantial investments of firefighting assets. Since 2000, fed. suppression costs alone have averaged more than $1 billion annually. Wildland fires can burn or threaten both fed. & non-fed. lands & resources, including homes in or near wildlands, an area commonly called the wildland-urban interface. Cooperative agreements between fed. & non-fed. firefighting entities provide the framework for working together & sharing costs. This report: (1) reviews how fed. & non-fed. entities share the costs of suppressing wildland fires that burn or threaten both of their lands & resources; & (2) identifies any concerns that these entities may have with the existing cost-sharing framework. Illus.

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