HFRAHealthy Forests Restoration Act
HFRAHealthy Forest Restoration Act
HFRAHome Fire Risk Assessment (UK)
HFRAHaringey Federation of Residents Associations (UK)
HFRAHigh Frequency Recovery Antenna
HFRAHigh-Frequency Rotational Angioplasty (cardiology)
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Pursuant to HFRA, the Forest Service "may conduct applied
tonight at Harris Hall at 8th Avenue and Oak Street in Eugene.) But not only does HFRA not protect communities from wildfire, it gives the public a false sense of security, resulting in millions of homeowners ignoring fire-wise precautions, putting their homes and lives at risk.
The research also found out that the HFRA checks have reduced the number of fire deaths from more than 20 in 1999 to nine last year.
HFRA took a fair amount time before it was able to overcome legislative delays.
HFRA should be passed this summer before more forested acres, wildlife habitat and watersheds are destroyed by insect infestations, disease outbreaks and catastrophic wildfires.
The Healthy Forest Restoration Act of 2003--The Healthy Forest Restoration Act (HFRA) indicates the national importance being placed on restoring forests and reducing the risk of destructive wildfires.
The MEF Project was developed pursuant to the Healthy Forests Restoration Act's (HFRA) (72) mandate to implement hazardous fuel reduction projects.
Congress has convened several oversight hearings on implementing last year's Healthy Forests Restoration Act (HFRA).
Council, Synopsis of the Healthy Forever Restoration Act (HFRA) at http://www.aeconline.ws/synopsis_of_the_healthy_forests_.htm (last updated Sept.
We are doing this very much with the cooperation of the community leaders themselves." A survey by the fire service revealed that 37% of people who had refused an HFRA would have preferred a visit by female staff, but there are currently only five women firefighters on Merseyside.