Wildfires are now more frequent, destructive, and fast-moving than ever. It’s time to adopt a new mindset of making preparedness a daily way of thinking. It’s not a one time proposition. Learning to live with the risk of wildfire is a daily responsibility.
Make efforts to improve the chances of your home and property withstanding ignition by wildfire. It starts with easy, small steps that can make all the difference.
This workshop is the final in a three-part series hosted by the Berkeley Fire Department's Office of Emergency Services. Sheryl Drinkwater, architect, home-hardening expert and Berkeley resident, will guide community members through a discussion focused on steps you can take to make your windows and roof more resistant to wildfires.
Prior to the workshop, participants should watch the Home Hardening Town Hall presentation recorded on May 19th.
Join the workshop for a group discussion on each workshop’s focused topic.
July 13th, 630p - Vents and Property Clean Up
September 21st, 630p - Decks and Fences
November 3rd, 630p - Windows and Roof (Registration open)