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The national database of state and local wildfire hazard mitigation programs serves as a clearinghouse of information about nonfederal policies and programs that seek to reduce the risk of loss of life and property through the reduction of hazardous fuels on private lands.

Notice: this database, with the exception of the Biomass Utilization section, is not actively administered and has not been updated since 1/1/2010.

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Program Type
Biomass utilization - Companies/projects producing products from small-diameter materials and biomass
Community planning and CWPP's - Development of wildfire protection plans
Demonstration projects - Firesafe public gardens, defensible space demonstration homes and fuelbreaks
Designation of high risk areas - Wildfire hazard assessments and mapping
Education - Community outreach, classroom resources, and workshops
Firewise community recognition programs
Homeowner assistance - Home site evaluations, vegetation treatment services
Property Insurance - Programs that address insurance availibility and cost.
Regulatory - State laws, ordinances, regulations, and guidelines

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