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HOME & Ranch Readiness SUMMIT

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Surviving Wildfire with Your Horses - Part 1

11:09

Deb Weathers, who lives in Northern California, tells her story of surviving a wildfire that took her home, and how she evacuated her horses.

Surviving Wildfire with Your Horse - Part 2

14:42

Dr. Grace Monmaney of the Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center (LBEMC) in Northern California, and CAL FIRE Firefighter Ryan Hughes give tips on what to do in a fire emergency and how to prepare for an evacuation with your horse(s).

Disaster Prep for Pets

13:29

Pet Go-Kits, emergency supplies, transport, sanitation, and more.

How to Evacuate Your Cat

5:41

FieldHaven Executive Director, Joy Smith, demonstrates how to prepare, and in the worst case, evacuate with your cats.

Lessons Learned from the 2017 Fires - Plan C: Sheltered in Place

Your Go Bags and Stay Crates: Where to Stash Them

Packing Your Car to Evacuate

5:55

Evacuate or Shelter in Place? How to Prep Animals and People

Animal Technical Rescue: Understanding the Skill, Choosing the Right Tools

52:04

Julie Atwood, HALTER Project, live presentation at SAREX 2019

Loops Equine Rescue System (LERS) Demo

21:00

John Madigan, DVM, UC Davis Student Vert Team - Live at SAREX 2019

Introduction to Horse Handling for Firefighters

NFPA Fire Safety Activities and Videos for Kids

Horse Handling: Horse Movement and Situational Awareness

Horse Handling: Horse Safety and Danger Zone Awareness

Horse Handling Approaching, Haltering, and Leading a Horse

Horse Handling: Leading a Horse

Horse Handling: Night Time Awareness

Ranch Readiness Keynote - John Madigan, DMV - Fur, Feathers & Fins: No Species Left Behind (Highlights)

4:35

Keynote Highlights

Ranch Readiness Keynote -John Madigan, DMV - Fur, Feathers & Fins: No Species Left Behind (Full Presentation)

57:30

Ranch Readiness Keynote: Rebecca McConnico, DMV - Building Volunteer Capability (Highlights)

2:43

Ranch Readiness - Guillaume Hoareau, DVM - “First Responders & Working Dogs: The Importance of Awareness”

Ranch Readiness - Guillaume Hoareau Interview - Working Dog Specialist

10:18

Ranch Readiness: Kathy Anderson - Rescuing & Reuniting Cats & People

43:00

Ranch Readiness - Brandi Richards - Social Media Best Practices in Disaster

Harrowing Escape from Paradise

A good reminder of how chaotic and dangerous a wildfire can be.

Science Behind Exploding Propane Tanks

2:23

Why if you see or hear propane tank venting or smell gas you leave the area immediately.

Firefighter Electrocuted by Energized Power Lines

1:41

Warning: graphic!

SceneSafe: A Video Training Program for First Responders

27:37

This video can be used by all responders to learn the best practices and safety measures for addressing roadway incidents so they can avoid mistakes that could have life-changing consequences.

Using a Spotter to Safely Back a Trailer

6:50

Demonstrates the proper signals for directing vehicles

Fitting a Disposable Respirator

5:22

This Might Shock You: Downed Power Line

5:21

Down wires and step potential

The New Generation Fire Shelter

25:27

The new generation fire shelter offers improved protection from radiant and convective heat.

Firefighter Safety in the Wildland/Urban Interface

21:21

Description of firefighters using a structure as emergency Temporary Refuge Area

CAL FIRE/USFS Aerial Firefighting Drop Safety Video

5:33

How being hit by an aerial drop can feel like hit by six fire engines.

High Risk/Low Frequency Events in the Fire Service

15:17

Hilarious lecture about how training and slowing down keeps us safe during emergencies

Ranch Readiness Keynote Presentation: Saving the Ranch

29:58

Wildfire Preparedness Tips from a Firefighter, Veterinarian, and Ranch Owner

Firefighting Strategies for the Wildland/Urban Interface

19:15

Description of challenges we’re facing now with fires like Paradise, CA

Tale of Two Homes: Why One Structure Survives a Wildfire and Another Doesn’t

6:04

Why one structure survives a wildfire and another doesn’t.

Lessons learned from an Australian Bushfire

19:00

Elizabeth Herbert, DVM - Lessons for veterinarians and horse owners in treating horses with thermal injuries from bushfires

After the Fire: RECOVER. REBUILD. REIMAGINE.

Various

ATF3R is emerging as the most trusted, effective and transformative nonprofit organization for wildfire recovery and resiliency in the American West. We collaborate with public officials (regional, state and federal), private sector, nonprofit community, and most importantly, we connect friends and neighbors who have lost everything but possess a resilient community spirit.

Go Bags For You & Your Animals

55:48

Windsor COPE October Meeting - Refresh your Go Bags and make bags for all your pets with information shared by Dr. Nancy Brown from Sonoma County EOC and Julie Atwood of HALTER Project. You will learn specific food and product options, types of Go Bags, ready lists for your dog, cat, bird, bunny, and more.