WILDFIRE MITIGATION NETWORK, LLC
Property Protection Through Strategic Mitigation
Our goal is to assist property owners and land managers protect their homes and investments from wildfire. We accomplish this by reviewing home sites and properties to assess existing conditions and prescribe an effective course of action to reduce risk and likelihood of wildfire impacts. This may include manual or mechanical removal of vegetation and burnable debris; forest thinning; landscaping changes; ingress/egress enhancements; and modifications to structures or other improvements.
Wildfire Mitigation Network, LLC is a registered business providing services primarily in Oregon and northern California but available anywhere in the USA. We also have a NETWORK of affiliates and contacts across the country and provide referrals anywhere upon request.
THE VALUE OF WILDFIRE MITIGATION NETWORK, LLC
From making strategic wildfire risk mitigation recommendations to actual treatment implementation, protection of property and assets is my #1 goal.
Using our expertise and deep understanding of the industry, you’ll receive real solutions and experience true results. Get in touch to schedule an onsite consultation.
Consulting. Planning. Implementation.
Services include: structure vulnerability assessments with written recommendations; defensible space reviews and suggested improvements; larger landscape level property assessments with written hazard fuels treatment/prescriptions; site specific fire prevention, preparedness, and safety plans; 3-D style digital tours as well as professional drone images and video available.
WILDLAND URBAN INTERFACE WILDFIRE RISK REDUCTION
Site specific wildland fuels treatment prescriptions designed to reduce fire risk to structures and valuable assets. Easy to read and understand written reports outlining suggested fuels treatment options including spatially represented site plans and corresponding aerial and ground photography.
INCIDENT AND EVENT PLANNING, COORDINATION, AND/OR FACILITATION
Services are customized to meet the specific needs of each incident or event. We will work collaboratively with your organization to meet your goals and objectives through training; simulations; or meeting management and facilitation.
CONSULTING AND NETWORKING
Do you have a project or idea that you’d love to bring to life? Our services can be configured to meet your project needs. Simply contact us and provide a brief description of your project idea, and we'll go from there! If we are unable to assist, we'll reach out to a network of contacts to find the expertise you need.
About the WMN Network
Consulting with Purpose -- Mitigating wildfire impacts through personal experience and training. The goal of WMN is to help land owners mitigate the impacts of wildfire, at minimal or no financial cost.
The WMN Network is built on the concept of incorporating experienced and qualified expertise through a network of associates - each project is unique, and by utilizing the experts in the Network, the tasking of specific projects is handled by qualified associates.
JOIN the Network
The Network is currently expanding -- we are looking for additional individuals and companies to assist with our growing Network
Wildfire Mitigation Specialists
Geospatial Analysts (GIS)
Other wildland fire related skills....
If you are interested in assisting the Network, please contact us at with a brief summary of your skills, experience, and interests.
CONTACT the NETWORK
PROUD SUPPORTER OF THE WILDLAND FIREFIGHTER FOUNDATION
A portion of all proceeds are donated to the Foundation.
"Wildland Firefighter Foundation’s main focus is to help families of firefighters killed in the line of duty and to assist injured firefighters and their families. We honor and acknowledge past, present, and future members of the wildland firefighting community, and partner with private and interagency organizations to bring recognition to wildland firefighters."
Founder of WMN, LLC
Syndy, the founder of WMN, LLC spent more than 30 years as a wildland fire professional, working for state and federal land management agencies. Her first experience on a wildland fire was deep in the Eagle Cap Wilderness of northeastern Oregon, in 1985.
Since then, Syndy has worked as an Engine Captain, Crew Captain, hotshot, heli-rappeller, structural firefighter, Battalion Chief, Division Chief, Fire Management Officer, and Deputy Fire Chief.
Her experiences include developing fuels treatment prescriptions for wildland urban interface protection and working with local organizations to develop Community Wildfire Protection Plans, in addition to her many years working in wildland fire suppression.
She has participated in large fire management and all-risk incident management from the west coast to the southeastern states, and Puerto Rico.