Idaho's National Fire Plan
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To provide a collaborative framework for an organized and coordinated approach to the implementation of the National Fire Plan in Idaho. This will be accomplished through the maintenance of viable working groups at both state and county levels that meet the intent of the National Fire Plan, the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 and the Healthy Forests Restoration Act of 2003.
About the National Fire Plan
The National Fire Plan was developed in August 2000 following a landmark wildland fire season to actively respond to severe wildland fires and their impacts to communities while ensuring sufficient firefighting capacity for the future.
Idaho State Fire Plan Working Group
The Idaho State Fire Plan Working Group (ISFPWG) is a multi-agency collaborative body charged with assisting counties with their County Wildfire Protection Plans and their associated countywide working groups, dissemination of information, and oversight and prioritization of grant assistance programs in order to facilitate the implementation of the National Fire Plan in Idaho.
A. Countywide Collaborative Responsibilities
1. Counties are responsible for implementation and maintenance of their County Wildfire Protection Plans through their County Working Groups (with leadership provided by County Commissioners and assistance provided by state, federal and tribal agencies and local expert advice).
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