Community Recognition Program

Citizen involvement is the cornerstone of a FireSmart Canada. Learn how you can help your community become FireSmart.

FireSmart your Yard

Let the FireSmart Landscaping Guide lead you through the choices you can make in your yard to create a FireSmart space.

Take FireSmart actions

Simple steps can help you live with the wildfire reality. Make the commitment to take one FireSmart action today.

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Great #FireSmart work Rotary Club of Whistler Millennium!👍Community.
Today our club cleared trails north of whistler secondary school with the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) firesmart Adopt a Trail program.
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5 days ago

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Make cleaning under the deck a regular part of your summer yard maintenance routine. Find more #FireSmart ideas in the FireSmart Begins at Home manual: www.firesmartcanada.ca/firesmart-begins-at-home-manual/
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2 weeks ago

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Planning a home renovation project this summer? Keep #FireSmart in mind when doing your project! Download the FireSmart Home Development Guide for simple tips to reduce the risk of wildfire impacting your home.
www.firesmartcanada.ca/firesmart-home-development-guide/
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3 weeks ago

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Here are three simple ways to incorporate #FireSmart into your summer yard maintenance routine:

1. Keep your grass mowed! Mow grass and weeds, within 10 metres of your house and structures to 10 centimetres in length, or less.

2. Remove leaves, tree needles, branches, and other debris from your roof and gutters regularly.

3. Maintain a 1.5 metre non-combustible surface around your home and around/under decks by sweeping or raking down to mineral soil, rock or concrete, and removing all combustibles and plant material from this zone.

For more FireSmart yard maintenance ideas, download the FireSmart Begins at Home manual, here: www.firesmartcanada.ca/firesmart-begins-at-home-manual

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3 weeks ago

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Happy Canada Day!
Have a safe and enjoyable day.

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FireSmart and Urban Residents – It Does Matter

We are facing a new wildfire reality in Canada – we need to take action – no matter where we live, we need to take proactive steps to reduce the potential for wildfire impacting us.

How can gardening and landscaping be FireSmart?

FireSmart Canada’s President, Laura Stewart joins industry experts in a discussion with @CBCEdmonton – May, 13, 2019

Science behind FireSmart: Hear FireSmart Canada’s President, Laura Stewart on @yourforestrypdcst

FireSmart, as Laura explains, is "living with, preparing for, and reducing the impact of wildfire on our communities and homes". Wildfire events that impact or threaten communities result in health, socio-economic, and economic impacts, with everything from losing a...
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I commit to plant fire resistant trees like aspen, birch or poplar, instead of spruce and pine

— Brian McIntosh, Community Member, Parksville, British Columbia