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Wildland Fire Suppression: Lack of Clear Guidance Raises Concerns about Cost Sharing between Federal and Nonfederal Entities
Robin M. Nazzaro (au)
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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