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egbert

Member
We've been asked for our 'wildfire management plan'
(sounds like another stalling tactic to save them sending us money promised months ago...)

Anyone familiar with such a thing? Template?
 

egbert

Member
well capable of making summat up...been in bed with them so long now i'm heading for a silver anniversary.
Only trying to find a shortcut!
 

Bury the Trash

Member
Mixed Farmer
We've been asked for our 'wildfire management plan'
(sounds like another stalling tactic to save them sending us money promised months ago...)

Anyone familiar with such a thing? Template?
racks of those flappy things like old brooms here and there for beating out fire ..?

burnt flailed or cultivated fire breaks ?

seems easy enough .....suggesting stuff from the arm chair....:rolleyes:


old slurry tanker parked ready filled with water in summer......
few rolls of layflat hose ready with a big pump near the 'pond' or river ...
 

egbert

Member
racks of those flappy things like old brooms here and there for beating out fire ..?

burnt flailed or cultivated fire breaks ?

seems easy enough .....suggesting stuff from the arm chair....:rolleyes:


old slurry tanker parked ready filled with water in summer......
few rolls of layflat hose ready with a big pump near the 'pond' or river ...

ha.
knew it was out there somewhere, met up with a pal tonight who is sending her template for a similar agreement, i just fill in some gaps.
 

Socksitis

Member
We have fire plans for our areas of common.
We have a map with the areas of high risk (all of it!)
map shows fire breaks - natural and cut
access points for what type of vehicle
water sources - where we may be able to fill a tanker
then we add the following
list of telephone numbers of who is available to fight a fire
list of contact details of other interested parties

About it.
 

Socksitis

Member
Oh, forgot to say, with so much out of control vegetation on the common and restrictions on burning - a cup of tea may be in order before the first option above :whistle::whistle::whistle:
 

egbert

Member
We have fire plans for our areas of common.
We have a map with the areas of high risk (all of it!)
map shows fire breaks - natural and cut
access points for what type of vehicle
water sources - where we may be able to fill a tanker
then we add the following
list of telephone numbers of who is available to fight a fire
list of contact details of other interested parties

About it.

Thanks.
About what I'm expecting.

Mind, a source warns me there's probably something along the lines of a 'wildlife plan' in there somewhere too.
 

Brisel

Member
NFFN Member
Location
North Yorkshire
We've been asked for our 'wildfire management plan'
(sounds like another stalling tactic to save them sending us money promised months ago...)

Anyone familiar with such a thing? Template?

Is there one in the agreement? Who is your NE advisor? They will be able to help, even though the admin has been passed to the RPA.
 

egbert

Member
Is there one in the agreement? Who is your NE advisor? They will be able to help, even though the admin has been passed to the RPA.

Can't read 164 page agreement without blood pressure rising to unsafe levels.
NE advisor been off sick long time, and now moved elsewhere anyway, and I'd rather be left to get on with my life quietly until they find some nelms I prefer.
So we're fudging it with help from various sources (I note the term fudging has mixed meanings now)

And I realise my attitude to such a well founded and earnest gov scheme, for which I should be grateful and attentive, isn't quite as devotional as they'd like to imagine.
What can I do? I've got demons enough without trying to make any sense of the comprehensive horse manure.
 

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