- Author: Chris M. Webb
Published on: May 10, 2010
Living with Wildfire: Planning for the Future is the 2010 annual conference of Southern California’s Regional Area Safety Taskforce (RAST). RAST is a partnership of local, state and federal entities working to facilitate collaborative fireshed management planning and local implementation for safe, sustainable communities.
With this year’s focus on Living with Wildfire: Planning for the Future, the 2010 Fire Summit explores innovative ways to navigate the relationship between land use, resource, and fire planning. It provides a venue for leaders from a range of organizations to work together to improve wildfire coordination in Southern California.
- When: June 2nd, 2010
- Where: Southern California Air Quality Management District in Diamond Bar
- Who should attend?: Land use/urban planners and commissioners, elected officials, landscape architects, fire and resource professionals, fire safe councils, and anyone interested in taking steps now to plan for future fires!
- Cost: Register by May 26 for the early bird rate of $40.00
For more information and to register, visit: http://firesummit.info/
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