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Taking action after the fire passes can reduce negative effects on soils and vegetation. The Wildland Fire Program supports landowners with strategies for assessing fire damage, minimizing erosion, and rehabilitating vegetation. Planning for these actions can turn post-fire scenarios into opportunities to alter vegetation and reduce future fire risk by altering vegetation.
Provided post-fire assessment and response recommendations to state and federal agencies and private land owners on the 2013 Kaukonahua Fire (500 ac), 2014 Makakilo Fire (1100 ac), 2015 Kipapa fire (460 ac), 2016 Nanakuli Fire (2200 ac), 2016 Kahikinui Fire (6000 ac).
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