Preparing for Wildfires | Prescribed Fire Grant TFS (2022)

Texas A&M Forest Service offers grants to landowners to complete prescribed fires on private land. Each grant targets landowners in different priority areas across the state.

View an Interactive Map to Determine Eligibility and to Apply

Prescribed Fire Grant Application Period for CPP, SFAM-CETX, and NRCBW Grants will open September 1-30, 2022. Click link above to check eligibility.


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SFAM Plains Prescribed Fire Grantprovides assistance to communities that have been or may be threatened by
wildland fire by funding prescribed burning to reduce hazardous fuels in and around communities. Treatment areas will be located adjacent to priority communities in Texas that are at highest risk for loss during a Southern Plains Wildfire Outbreak event.The goal is to protect high-risk communities and aid in ecosystem restoration by utilizing prescribed fire to consume excess vegetation before it contributes to catastrophic wildfire. Priority will be given to treatments sites that provide protection to the highest risk communities based on data from the Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal (TxWRAP) and those communities that contain ecosystems that will benefit from prescribed fire.

The Community Protection Program Grantprovides assistance to reduce the hazard of high-risk fuels on private lands through the use of prescribed burning. The treatment area will be within 10 miles of a National Forest boundary. The grant's goal is to protect high-risk communities and associated forest resources by reducing the risk of catastrophic wildfire on private and public lands. Priority will be given to projects that meet both criteria.

The State Fire Assistance for Mitigation Central & East Texas Grant provides assistance to communities that have been or may be threatened by wildfire by funding prescribed burning to reduce hazardous fuels in and around communities. Treatment areas will be private property in the 43 Counties in Central and East Texas that have a Community Wildfire Protection Plan within the county. The goal is to protect high-risk communities and aid in ecosystem restoration by utilizing prescribed fire to consume excess vegetation before it contributes to catastrophic wildfire. Priority will be given to treatments sites that are within a CWPP, located near a Firewise community, located near homes based on Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal and contain ecosystems that will benefit from prescribed fire. This program has previously been known as the National Fire Plan Prescribed Fire Grant.

Neches River and Cypress Basin Watershed Restoration Program - Prescribed Fire Grantprovides assistance to landowners in utilizing prescribed fire for ecological improvement to the Neches River and Cypress Basin watersheds. This program will benefit the public and natural resources through improvement of water quality and quantity, control of invasive species and enhancement of wildlife habitat. Treatment areas will be private property in the Neches River and Cypress Basin Watersheds. Priority will be given to prescribed burn treatments that promote native ecosystem restoration, are in priority watershed protection zones and near public land.

The Texas Longleaf Conservation Assistance Programprovides eligible landowners with financial and technical assistance for establishing, enhancing and managing longleaf pine. Landowners with property within ten East Texas counties which include Angelina, Hardin, Jasper, Nacogdoches, Newton, Polk, San Augustine, Sabine, San Jacinto, Trinity and Tyler are eligible to apply. Approved participants may receive up to 50% payment not to exceed a standard cap rate for implementing approved conservation practices. Approved conservation practices include prescribed burning, reforestation, site preparation and forest stand improvement.

Funding for this program is provided by National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and are administered through the Texas Longleaf Pine Implementation Team and Texas A&M Forest Service.


+SFAM Plains Prescribed Fire Grant

Scope of Project:

The goal is to protect high-risk communities and aid in ecosystem restoration by utilizing prescribed fire to consume excess vegetation before it contributes to catastrophic wildfire. Priority will be given to treatments sites that provide protection to the highest risk communities, are located near homes based on Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal (TxWRAP), and contain ecosystems that will benefit from prescribed fire.


Priority will also be given to landowners that were approved in the 2021-22 grant process but were unable to complete their burn project. No cost shares are involved with this grant program. Grant recipients will be reimbursed actual per acre costs associated with conducting the prescribed burn not to exceed the maximum reimbursement rate of $30.00 per acre with a total limit of 800 acres per recipient. Application packages must be submitted online before 5:00 PM Saturday, August 15, 2022, or they may not be considered for funding. No faxed, mailed, hand delivered or e-mailed applications will be accepted.

All applicants will receive a notification of decision letter of either approved or denied no later than September 15, 2022. Texas A&M Forest Service will also publicize the listing of approved recipients on our website. The grant funding period is from September 15, 2022 to May 31, 2023.

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2023 Prescribed Burn Grant Accepted Applications List

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(Video) Community Wildfire Protection Plans - Working with TFS to Mitigate Wildfire Risk

+Community Protection Program - Prescribed Fire Grant

Scope of Project:

Reduce the hazard of high-risk fuels on private lands through the use of prescribed burning. Treatment area will be within 10 miles of a National Forest boundary. The grant's goal is to protect high-risk communities and associated forest resources by reducing the risk of catastrophic wildfire on private and public lands. Priority will be given to projects that meet both criteria.

The total funding for these grants is $233,702.88. No cost shares are involved with this grant program. Grant recipients will be reimbursed actual per acre costs associated with conducting the prescribed burn not to exceed the maximum reimbursement rate of $30.00 per acre with a total limit of 800 acres per recipient.

All applicants will receive a notification of decision letter of either approved or denied no later than December 14, 2020. Texas A&M Forest Service will also publicize the listing of approved recipients on our website. The grant funding period is from December 14, 2020 to July 31, 2021.

(Video) Burn Plans


Click Here for an Interactive Map to Determine Eligibility and to Apply

2019 CPP Grant Summary

2018 CPP Grant Summary

2017 CPP Grant Summary

2016 CPP Grant Summary

2015 CPP grant Summary

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See individual maps of each national forest in Texas by clicking the link below.

Angelina NF

Davy Crockett NF

Sabine NF

Sam Houston NF

+State Fire Assistance for Mitigation Central & East Texas - Prescribed Fire Grant

(Video) How do we minimize the risk of catastrophic fires?

Scope of Project:

Provide assistance to communities that have been or may be threatened by wildland fire by funding prescribed burning to reduce hazardous fuels in and around communities. Treatment areas will be private property in the 43 Counties in Central and East Texas that have a Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) within the county. The goal is to protect high-risk communities and aid in ecosystem restoration by utilizing prescribed fire to consume excess vegetation before it contributes to catastrophic wildfire. Priority will be given to treatments sites that are within a CWPP, located near a Firewise community, located near homes based on Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal (TxWRAP), and contain ecosystems that will benefit from prescribed fire.

The total funding for these grants is $143,742.50. No cost shares are involved with this grant program.Grant recipients will be reimbursed actual per acre costs associated with conducting the prescribed burn not to exceed the maximum reimbursement rate of $30.00 per acre with a total limit of 500 acres per recipient.

All applicants will receive a notification of decision letter of either approved or denied no later than December 14, 2020. Texas A&M Forest Service will also publicize the listing of approved recipients on our website. The grant funding period is from December 14, 2020 to July 31, 2021.


Click Here for an Interactive Map to Determine Eligibility and to Apply

2019 NFP Grant Summary

2018 NFP Grant Summary

2017 NFP Grant Summary

+Neches River and Cypress Basin Watershed Restoration Program- Prescribed Fire Grant

Scope of Project:

To provide assistance to landowners in utilizing prescribed fire for ecological improvement to the Neches River and Cypress Basin watersheds. This program will benefit the public and natural resources through improvement of water quality and quantity, control of invasive species, and enhancement of wildlife habitat. Treatment areas will be private property in the Neches River and Cypress Basin Watersheds. Priority will be given to prescribed burn treatments that promote native ecosystem restoration, are in priority watershed protection zones, and near public land.

(Video) Planning for Wildfire Resiliency

The total funding for these grants is anticipated to be $61,269.91.Grant recipients will be reimbursed actual per acre costs associated with conducting the prescribed burn, not to exceed the maximum reimbursement rate of $22.50 per acre with a total limit of 800 acres per recipient.

All applicants will receive a notification of decision letter of either approved or denied no later than December 14, 2020. Texas A&M Forest Service will also publicize the listing of approved recipients on our website. The grant funding period is from December 14, 2020 to July 31, 2021.


Click Here for an Interactive Map to Determine Eligibility and to Apply

2019 NRCBW Grant Summary

2018 NRCBW Grant Summary

2017 Watershed Restoration Grant Summary

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See individual maps of each watershed eligible for this grant by clicking on the links below:

Neches River and Cypress Basin Watershed Restoration Program - Cypress Basin Eligible Area

Neches River and Cypress Basin Watershed Restoration Program - Neches River Basin North Eligible Areas

Neches River and Cypress Basin Watershed Restoration Program - Neches River Basin South Eligible Areas

+Texas Longleaf Conservation Assistance Program

Visit the link below to find out more information on the Texas Longleaf Conservation Assistance Program.

http://texasforestservice.tamu.edu/longleaf/

(Video) Combating Wildfire with Texas A&M Forest Service

FAQs

How do you solve a wildfire problem? ›

Select a flat, open location away from flammable materials such as logs, brush or decaying leaves and needles. ​ Scrape away grass, leaves and needles down to the mineral soil. Cut wood in short lengths, pile it within the cleared area and then light the fire.

How do you control brush burn? ›

Always start the fire on the downwind side adjacent to a fire break no exceptions allow an area to

How do I get a prescribed burn in Texas? ›

General Instructions for Conducting a Prescribed Burn

Humidity should be between 25 to 40 percent. Wind speed should be between 10 to 15 miles per hour. Always burn into the wind first (backfire) 50 yards into the woods or pasture then set fire with the wind (headfire). Initiate burns in the morning after 9 a.m.

What is the main advantage of controlled burnings of forested areas controlled burnings? ›

Controlled burns are lit for a number of reasons. By ridding a forest of dead leaves, tree limbs, and other debris, a prescribed burn can help prevent a destructive wildfire. Controlled burns can also reduce insect populations and destroy invasive plants.

How can you prepare for a wildfire? ›

Find an outdoor water source with a hose that can reach any area of your property. Create a fire-resistant zone that is free of leaves, debris or flammable materials for at least 30 feet from your home. Designate a room that can be closed off from outside air. Close all doors and windows.

Why is fire management important? ›

Controlled Burning Reduces Catastrophic Wildfire Risk (1:08) Carefully controlled burns at the right place and the right time keep our communities safe, preserve habitats, protect our natural resources, and ensure that our forests will remain healthy.

How does a drip torch work? ›

Drip torches are used to conduct controlled burns. The drip torch consists of a reservoir of fuel attached to a nozzle. Fuel is dripped out of the nozzle and past an igniter, allowing flaming drops of fuel to hit the ground. These droplets start a fire in the area where they are deposited.

How do you burn a green field? ›

How to safely burn a pasture, field of grass - YouTube

How much does it cost to do a prescribed burn in Texas? ›

Costs range from 50 cents per acre to $8 to $10 per acre or more depending on fireline construction and manner of calculation. Cost of follow-up should be lower, however.

Can you burn at night in Texas? ›

The Regulations:

Burning only 1 hour after sunrise and not after I hour prior to sunset. Wind speed must be forecast to be greater than 6 mph and less than 23 mph.

How often should you do prescribed burns? ›

Prescribed burning is not meant to be an annual manage- ment practice. Burn only to meet a specific management objective. Generally, it is not necessary to burn more than once every 3-7+ years (i.e. dry sites – longer interval than mesic sites).

How is a controlled burn done? ›

A controlled fire must be carefully planned and is usually executed in the early spring or late fall. The fire team will establish a firebreak and set a downwind backfire to create a blackline of burned area, reducing the amount of fuel the primary fire will come into contact with before the firebreak.

What are the main causes of wildfires? ›

Nearly 85 percent* of wildland fires in the United States are caused by humans. Human-caused fires result from campfires left unattended, the burning of debris, equipment use and malfunctions, negligently discarded cigarettes, and intentional acts of arson. Lightning is one of the two natural causes of fires.

What are the 5 Ps in an emergency? ›

The rule of thumb for emergency evacuations, in order of importance, are the five Ps: People, Pets, Prescriptions, Photos, and Papers. Clearly this list is vastly oversimplified, but it's a starting point.

How do you prepare for an emergency evacuation? ›

During an Evacuation

Download the FEMA app for a list of open shelters during an active disaster in your local area. Listen to a battery-powered radio and follow local evacuation instructions. Take your emergency supply kit. Leave early enough to avoid being trapped by severe weather.

What are the 10 fire safety tips? ›

  • Install fire protection. Smoke alarms are your best early warning system in the event of fire. ...
  • Plan your escape from fire. ...
  • Keep an eye on smokers. ...
  • Remember:matches and lighters are tools, for adults only! ...
  • Kitchen safety. ...
  • Give space heaters space. ...
  • Use electricity safely. ...
  • Cool a burn.

What are the 4 main principles of fire safety? ›

Over time we have learned fundamental fire safety principles for preventing fire events and managing their impact (i.e. the Common Principles: Prevention, Detection and Communication, Occupant Protection, Containment and Extinguishment) that can be consistently applied internationally.

What are 3 key tips to preventing fires? ›

Top Tips for Fire Safety
  • Install smoke alarms on every level of your home, inside bedrooms and outside sleeping areas.
  • Test smoke alarms every month. ...
  • Talk with all family members about a fire escape plan and practice the plan twice a year.
  • If a fire occurs in your home, GET OUT, STAY OUT and CALL FOR HELP.

What are the 4 types of fire? ›

Let's break down each of the 5 different classes of fires more thoroughly.
  • Class A Fires: “Ordinary” Fires. ...
  • Class B Fires: Liquids & Gases. ...
  • Class C Fires: Electrical Fires. ...
  • Class D Fires: Metallic Fires. ...
  • Class K Fires: Grease Fires or Cooking Fires. ...
  • Choose the Right Fire Extinguisher. ...
  • Complete Regular Training.
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Who is responsible for forest fire? ›

Causes of fires

According to the 2020 report by the World Wildlife Fund, humans are responsible for 75% of all forest fires. Naturally occurring forest fires can be caused by lightning, volcanic activity and coal seam fires, though these are relatively rare.

What are the three elements of a fire? ›

Oxygen, heat, and fuel are frequently referred to as the "fire triangle." Add in the fourth element, the chemical reaction, and you actually have a fire "tetrahedron." The important thing to remember is: take any of these four things away, and you will not have a fire or the fire will be extinguished.

What is a firefighters AXE called? ›

The Pulaski is a special hand tool used in fighting fires, particularly wildfires, which combines an axe and an adze in one head. Similar to a cutter mattock, it has a rigid handle of wood, plastic, or fiberglass. The Pulaski is used for constructing firebreaks, able to both dig soil and chop wood.

What fuel is used in a drip torch? ›

Most commonly, a combination of 50% diesel and 50% gasoline mixtures are used in drip torches as the accelerant fuel to ignite land vegetation. Gasoline is more volatile and flammable and helps carry the flame from the drip torch to the ground.

What is the best mixture for a drip torch? ›

When mixing fuel in drip torches, use 50% diesel fuel to 50% gasoline, in average (mild) temperatures. When temperatures are hotter, bump up the ratio to 60:40 or in very hot conditions, 70:30.

Can you burn wet grass? ›

What Not To Do – Burn Them! Along with the fact that open burning of grass clippings or leaves is prohibited by law in many states and countries, the incineration of damp grass clippings or other green materials creates thick smoke which can be harmful to health and the environment.

Can you burn wet leaves? ›

Moist leaves, which tend to burn slowly, give off more smoke than do dry leaves. These moist leaves are more likely to also give off chemicals called hydrocarbons, which irritate the eyes, nose, throat and lungs. Some of these hydrocarbons are known to be carcinogenic.

Why do farmers burn grass? ›

Burning is one way to dispose of the straw left after harvest so fields can be made ready for seeding the following spring. However, some farmers find it difficult to deal with straw in the normal ways.

Can I do a controlled burn on my property in Texas? ›

The State of Texas Natural Resources Code guarantees every landowner has the right to use prescribed burning to manage private property, unless there is a county burn ban in effect, Treadwell said.

Are Prescribed burns expensive? ›

Estimates of the cost of prescribed fire range between $100 and $1,000 per acre of treated forest.

Can you grill during a burn ban Texas? ›

Guidelines for Outdoor Cooking during a Burn Ban

Gas grills are the safest outdoor cooking option. Please keep the flames covered during the operation of your gas grill. concrete, gravel or dirt surface at least five (5) feet from any combustible materials. Please keep the cover on the grill during use.

Can I burn leaves in my backyard in Texas? ›

Outdoor burning is allowed when used solely for recreational or ceremonial purposes, in the noncommercial preparation of food, or exclusively as a means of generating warmth in cold weather. In other words, campfires, bonfires, and cooking fires are allowed.

Can you burn in a barrel during a burn ban in Texas? ›

You may not burn on windy days or during dry periods. The wind speed MUST be greater than 6 miles per hour, but no more than 22 miles per hour. During dry periods, the Brazos County Commissioner's Court may enact a “burn ban” in which NO OUTDOOR BURNING IS PERMITTED, including burn barrels.

What is the best time to burn? ›

Often the safest time to burn is in the evening between 7 pm and 10 pm. This is when humidity is on the rise, temperature decreases, and wind speed dies down, creating the setting for a slower (and safer) fire. However, burning after dark can be dangerous. Areas still smoldering can be missed.

Is it better to burn in the spring or fall? ›

Burning in late spring and summer is the best time for hardwood control, as the saplings have moved resources from the root system to above ground. Top killing them at this time will lower the resources needed to re-sprout and the length of the growing season to replenish.

What humidity is best for burning? ›

Preferred relative humidity for prescribed burning varies from 30 to 55 percent. Under special conditions, a wider range of relative humidities, as low as 20 percent and as high as 60 percent, can produce successful burns. When relative humidity falls below 30 percent, prescribed burning becomes dangerous.

Why is wildfire prevention important? ›

Preventable wildfires threaten lives, property, and our precious natural resources. Whether it is properly extinguishing a campfire or keeping your vehicle maintained to prevent sparks, following just a few simple steps can help prevent wildfires.

How do wildfires affect the environment? ›

Wildfires can disrupt transportation, communications, power and gas services, and water supply. They also lead to a deterioration of the air quality, and loss of property, crops, resources, animals and people.

How can the government help prevent wildfires? ›

About Wildfire Prevention

Local governments and land management agencies can implement burning regulations and fire and activity restrictions based on current and forecasted fire danger. Tools such as land use planning and zoning can be useful for regulating high hazard land uses such as sawmills and propane farms.

What are the 10 advantages of fire? ›

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  • It is used for cooking.
  • it is used in the generation of electricity.
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  • it is used the melting of metals in factory.
  • it is used for chemical reaction.
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What are the five uses of fire? ›

Fire has been used by humans in rituals, in agriculture for clearing land, for cooking, generating heat and light, for signaling, propulsion purposes, smelting, forging, incineration of waste, cremation, and as a weapon or mode of destruction.

What are the benefits of fire? ›

Fire removes low-growing underbrush, cleans the forest floor of debris, opens it up to sunlight, and nourishes the soil. Reducing this competition for nutrients allows established trees to grow stronger and healthier. History teaches us that hundreds of years ago forests had fewer, yet larger, healthier trees.

What is it called when you start a fire on purpose? ›

Arson is a crime, but most arsonists don't have pyromania. Pyromania is a psychiatric disorder. In order to be diagnosed with pyromania, the following symptoms must be present: Setting a fire deliberately and on purpose on more than one occasion. Feeling tense or energetic before starting a fire.

What is a controlled fire called? ›

Prescribed fires, also known as prescribed burns or controlled burns, refer to the controlled application of fire by a team of fire experts under specified weather conditions to restore health to ecosystems that depend on fire.

What is the main issue with controlled burns? ›

Effects on Air & Smoke Management

Prescribed burning helps achieve many objectives but it also can pollute the air. Smoke from prescribed burning is one of the greatest single factors causing public concern. The amount of smoke emitted and its dispersal are affected by how and when the burn is conducted.

How can the government help prevent wildfires? ›

About Wildfire Prevention

Local governments and land management agencies can implement burning regulations and fire and activity restrictions based on current and forecasted fire danger. Tools such as land use planning and zoning can be useful for regulating high hazard land uses such as sawmills and propane farms.

How do you stop a fire from spreading? ›

Fire compartmentation: The structure and design of a building can drastically reduce the rate at which a fire spreads. This is done by changing the materials used or adding protection to a building. Fire doors: If sealed using the correct materials, fire doors act as barriers which prevent the fire from spreading.

How can we prevent wildfires in California? ›

Take a landscape scale approach to forest restoration across multiple watersheds and prioritizing high impact and large-scale projects; Invest in policies and programs that promote fire resilient communities by directing growth away from high fire risk zones and creating options for communities already in harm's way.

How can climate change prevent wildfires? ›

Increasing resources allocated to firefighting and fire prevention. Removing fuels, such as dead trees, from forests that are at risk. Developing recovery plans before a fire hits, and implementing plans quickly after a fire to reduce erosion, limit flooding, and minimize habitat damage.

Why is it important to follow safety when there is fire? ›

When dealing with a fire, it is important to remain alert at all times and follow preventive measures to avoid the chances of fire. Fire safety awareness includes assessing the possible risks that can cause a fire hazard and taking appropriate steps to prevent and minimize the damage caused due to a fire.

What is the cause of wildfires? ›

Naturally occurring wildfires are most frequently caused by lightning. There are also volcanic, meteor, and coal-seam fires, depending on the circumstances. Human caused wildfires can be accidental, intentional (arson), or from an act of negligence.

How do wildfires impact the environment? ›

Wildfires can disrupt transportation, communications, power and gas services, and water supply. They also lead to a deterioration of the air quality, and loss of property, crops, resources, animals and people.

What are the 4 main principles of fire safety? ›

Over time we have learned fundamental fire safety principles for preventing fire events and managing their impact (i.e. the Common Principles: Prevention, Detection and Communication, Occupant Protection, Containment and Extinguishment) that can be consistently applied internationally.

What is fire safety management? ›

A fire safety management plan outlines your arrangements for implementing, controlling, monitoring, and reviewing fire safety standards as well as ensuring that the standards are maintained.

What 4 things control the spread of a fire? ›

Oxygen, heat, and fuel are frequently referred to as the "fire triangle." Add in the fourth element, the chemical reaction, and you actually have a fire "tetrahedron." The important thing to remember is: take any of these four things away, and you will not have a fire or the fire will be extinguished.

What technology is used to prevent wildfires? ›

While firefighting has largely remained unchanged, high-tech solutions are changing how wildfires are battled. Technologies, such as drones, robots, and satellites, are all being used to detect, impede, and douse fires.

What is causing all the fires in California? ›

Rising temperatures, drought conditions, and dry vegetation are all contributing causes of wildfires in California, but the worsening impact of climate change is further exacerbating and prolonging the fire season in the state.

Why are wildfires increasing? ›

Multiple studies have found that climate change has already led to an increase in wildfire season length, wildfire frequency, and burned area. The wildfire season has lengthened in many areas due to factors including warmer springs, longer summer dry seasons, and drier soils and vegetation.

How do wildfires start naturally? ›

Wildfires do sometimes occur naturally, either ignited by the sun's heat or a lightning strike. However, most wildfires are caused by human activities, including unattended campfires, discarded cigarettes, arson and more. “Human carelessness is the biggest factor contributing to wildfires,” Roise said.

How does hot weather cause fires? ›

Wildfires are more severe during extended periods of hot dry weather, because higher temperatures cause more evaporation and this dries the vegetation, creating fuel for the fires.

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