Big Bear Lake, CA — The Big Bear Lake Fire Department is once again hosting general workshops on defensible space, and the first of these, being held tomorrow, is open to all landscapers, nursery owners, property managers, and handymen, as well as homeowners who want to know how to make their property more fire-safe. The workshops hosted by the fire department will teach attendees how to create defensible space, step-by-step, covering fire safety that not only includes the front, back and side yards, but also from a structure’s foundation to the rooftop. The first of three defensible space workshops is offered free of charge on Tuesday, April 13, from 4 to 6pm; subsequent workshops will be offered on Tuesdays, April 20 and 27, and all three will be held at the Big Bear Lake Fire Department, located at 41090 Big Bear Boulevard. For additional information, or to RSVP for the two-hour session, call David Yegge at the fire department at 866-7566.
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