Santa Fe – New Mexico has experienced a slower fire season than in the recent past, yet we have still lost homes and structures to wildfires. While it’s not possible to predict the start of every wildfire, we can think about wildfire from our home’s perspective and take actions to reduce potential risks. Even the smallest ember can pose a risk to homes and structures when deposited by the wind, so the New Mexico Energy Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s Forestry Division wants to remind everyone of this month’s Wildfire Preparedness Is Year-Round Message: When Wind Blows, Embers May Follow!
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