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Strategic Objective Examples for use with Spatial Fire Planning

Language from each administrative unit’s Land, Resource, and/or Fire Management Plans varies. Most administrative units find that the direction from their Plans likely fits into one or more of these categories:

For the examples above, each line would apply to an area on the landscape that would be represented in the spatial data. These are examples only; administrative units that choose to use the new SFP process can use their own exact language for their Strategic Objectives. The following additional examples illustrate that administrative units will likely have several categories of Strategic Objectives within their Land, Resource, and/or Fire Management Plans:

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Unit Shapes

See Also

Uploading Unit Shapes

Deleting Unit Shapes

Viewing Unit Shapes on a Map

Managing Strategic Objective Shapes

Guidelines for Developing Shapes used with the SFP Process

Managing Management Requirement Shapes

Drawing and Associating Management Requirement Shapes

Editing Associations for Management Requirement Shapes

Replacing Management Requirement Shapes

Uploading Management Requirement Shapes

Drawing Other Unit Shapes

Other Unit Shapes

Uploading Other Unit Shapes

Viewing or Downloading Other Unit Shapes

Deleting Other Unit Shapes


Field Descriptions

Glossary Resources

Spatial Data Reference

Landscape Data Source Reference

Relative Risk Reference

Organization Assessment Reference

Fire Behavior Reference

About the WFDSS Decision Editors