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2022 Wildfire Prevention Workshop
June 29, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
This photo by Darren Edwards shows flames from the Cottonwood Trail Fire rushing toward homes in the community of Harrisburg. The 1,600-acre Cottonwood Trail Fire was one of four human-caused fires that burned nearly 25% of the Red Cliffs NCA/Desert Reserve in 2020. These fires jumped roads and interstates, destroyed critical desert tortoise habitat, wiped out stunning viewsheds, and jeopardized the safety of nearby residents, causing evacuations.
Protect your Family, Home & Public Lands
Wednesday, June 29th at 6 pm
Hosted on Zoom by Conserve Southwest Utah
with special guest Nick Howell,
Bureau of Land Management Fire Mitigation & Education Specialist
RSVP here for your Zoom link.
2020 Cottonwood Trail Fire. Photo by John Kellam.
CSU is committed to using education and outreach to prevent human-caused fires in 2022.
Join us for a Wildfire Prevention Workshop on June 29th to learn about:
- Wildfire ecology
- Invasive plant species and fire cycle
- Current fire restrictions and prevention campaigns
- Wildfire prevention strategies
- How to amplify the crucial wildfire prevention message in your communities this summer
- 15-20 minutes of Q&A with Nick Howell, BLM Fire Mitigation & Education Specialist
All questions for Nick must be submitted ahead of time, by June 27th, to email@example.com.
Let’s work together to keep our communities and public lands safe from wildfires this summer. Thank you!
Helpful Fire Prevention Resources
Utah Fire Active Fire Restriction Documents – Active Fire Restriction Documents (utahfireinfo.gov)
St. George City Fireworks Information – St. George (sgcity.org)
St. George City Fireworks Restriction Map – Fireworks Restrictions (sgcity.org)
St. George City Approved Parks for Personal Firework Use – approved parks for fireworks (sgcity.org)
2020 Wildfire Season Photo Galleries