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Canada’s wildland fire management agencies are interested in learning about public understanding of wildfire prevention programs and how these programs and prevention messages could be improved. Human-caused wild fires continue to be a problem across Canada resulting in increasing expenditures, inefficient use of resources, and increased damages. The Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre (CIFFC) in partnership with University of Saskatchewan aims to develop a national prevention campaign that would focus on the prevention and mitigation of human-caused fires.
The study, Needs Assessment: National Wildfire Education Campaign seeks to assess the public’s attitudes and beliefs about wildfire prevention. As the value of our findings depends on your involvement, we would like to thank you for taking time to participate. The online survey should take about 15 minutes, and asks questions about your knowledge of wildfire prevention messaging, and the different types of media by which you find wildfire prevention information.
Results of the survey will help us to establish a more effective education campaign. Survey results will also be used in a report, a master’s thesis, and in scholarly publications. Only aggregated data will be reported. By completing this questionnaire your free and informed consent is implied and indicates that you understand the above conditions to participate in this study.