August 13, 2019

San Francisco Chronicle Highlights Frontline System for Wildfire Mitigation

Wildfire Mitigation Article Explains How Frontline Works A recent San Francisco Chronicle article on wildfire mitigation featured a California couple who had installed the Frontline Wildfire Defense System in their Mill Valley home. “I lost my grandmother in a house fire. I have always been super sensitive to the issue,” Kristi Denton Cohen said. Which is why she and her husband Tom installed the Frontline system in their home which Tom built himself in the 1970s. The Chronicle article included a featured image of Tom Cohen activating Frontline via an app on his smartphone, and explained how the system works: “When a fire is approaching, the sprinklers intermittently spray water plus a foam solution on the structure and a 50-foot perimeter to prevent embers from spreading. It can be activated manually or remotely from a computer or smartphone app.” Insurance Carriers Are Now Requiring Wildfire Mitigation According to the Chronicle, […]
August 7, 2019
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Climate Change and California’s Never-Ending Fire Season

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July 3, 2019

Neighbors Helping Neighbors: “The Cowboy Way”

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June 5, 2019

Wildfire Pet Safety 101

If you’re a pet owner, we don’t have to tell you that pets are family. Which is why ...
May 1, 2019

Surviving the Trauma: Wildfire’s Emotional Toll

“You cannot imagine what it’s like, and I’m one of the lucky ones.” Sixty-eight-year-old Klyda Flanders was one of ...
April 16, 2019
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Why Embers Cause the Most Damage in Wildfires

When wildfires get out of hand, it's not because of the flames, but because of the embers ...