Wildfire Recovery Guides from Other Sources

Additional resources on recovering and responding to wildfire.

The After the Fire Toolkit was designed to allow community coalitions, local wildfire coordinating groups, fire districts and other wildfire organizations to respond to post-fire community needs quickly, accurately, and comprehensively. It includes items such as templates for Public Service Announcements, doorhangers and more.

The Phoenix Guide
The Phoenix Guide is a handbook for watershed and community wildland fire recovery, and provides information on the impacts of wildfire, community engagement, the recovery process, restoring landscapes, volunteer liability, and grants.

Community Wildfire Desk Guide & Toolkit
This is a good, condensed comprehensive resource for communities developed by the National Association of Conservation Districts. It includes post-wildfire information such as obtaining and delivering assistance, revitalizing the local community, and identifying threats of flooding.

Recovering From Wildfire: A Guide for Arizona’s Forest Owners
This guide from Arizona Cooperative Extension focuses on resource damages, erosion control measures, and assessing tree damage.

Burned Area Rehabilitation Guide from the Natural Resources Conservation Service in New Mexico.