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California wildfires are increasing at an alarming rate with vulnerable communities experiencing escalating human and economic costs.  


Aerial mapping of wildfire damage has shown that reducing flammable vegetation in proximity to homes is the best defense against wildfires.  

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FireWatch provides communities with the information to

measure and monitor defensible space compliance.


 Flammable vegetative fuels are identified to improve

wildfire preparedness.

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On Sept. 5, 2019, the Rancho Santa Fe Association partnered with FireWatch to created a baseline map of the vegetative fuels and determine the proximity of homes to wildfire risks.

FireWatch maps are used by the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District to help reduce the risk of wildfires in Rancho Santa Fe, California.

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On July 10th, Fairbanks Ranch contracted with FireWatch to create strategic maps of vegetative fuel type and distribution.


Community leaders use the maps to identify wildfire risks and communicate the risk to homeowners. Fire fighters use the maps for  planning, wildfire prevention, and emergency response.  

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