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Learn how to protect your home from wildfires, and take measures to prevent house fires, in a free presentation 7 p.m. today at the Pajarito Environmental Education Center.
Dan Ware, Fire Prevention and Outreach Program Manager for the New Mexico State Forestry Division, will talk about how residents can prepare themselves for the upcoming wildfire season.
Van Leimer of the Los Alamos Fire Department will discuss general fire safety measures you can take to prevent fire in your home.
Wildfires have already become a reality across the state, and there are many programs New Mexico residents can take part in to be as prepared as possible.
Ware will talk about Firewise and Ready, Set, Go! two programs which are coordinated by New Mexico State Forestry and are easily adapted by residents and communities. Ware will also give a brief look at the upcoming season and the potential for more wildfires across New Mexico.
Leimer will call upon his years of experience as a firefighter to talk about general fire safety in the home, and what we can do to prevent fires, as well as how to be prepared in the event of a home fire. Topics will include smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, escape plans, being prepared for fire and fire statistics.
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