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VISIT PALA ENVIRONME


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1 VISIT PALA ENVIRONME NTAL DEPARTMENT’S
VISIT PALA ENVIRONME NTAL DEPARTMENT’S WE BSITE FOR MORE INFO: http://ped.palatribe.com CLIMATE CHANGE PREPA REDNESS WILDFIRE & PALA KNOW THE RISKS & HOW TO PROTECT YOU & YOUR FAMILY Pala completed a Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment in 2019, which identified elevated wildfires as one of four high - risk exposures resulting from climate change. WILDFIRES are considered a high - risk exposure for the Pala tribe. Pala is currently located in a fire hazard severity zone. “H ISTORICALLY MANY WIL DFIRES HAVE AFFECTED THE RESERVA TION AND THE REGION . T HE P OOMACHA F IRE BURNED 17% OF THE TOTAL RESERVA TION .” - Pala Hazard Mitigation Plan Until recently, large, high intensity fires occurred regularly. As human urbanization increased in the area, human - caused ignitions have increased dramatically. There were 38 fires from 1920 – 2012 that affected Pala. Recent fires have burned significant portions of Pala’s lands and have forced evacuations at the Pala Casino Spa and Resort. Climate factors including Southern California’s uniquely intense Santa Ana wind s, increasing temperature, and more severe drought conditions (resulting in drier autumns and more dead vegetation fuel) are increasing the wildfire risk at Pala. Wildfires are known to trigger secondary exposures such as worsened air quality (fine particu late matter), water insecurity, and vector changes (e.g. ticks). PALA’S HIGH - RISK HEALTH IMPACTS Did you know that wildfires can harm our physical, emotional, spiritual and cultural health and wellbeing? Below are health impacts considered high or medium risk for residents of Pala.  Wildfire - related injury and death  Illness due to inability to access critical health services (from damage to roads, power, telecommunications, hospitals)  Carbon monoxide poisoning (e.g. from generators

2 during a power outage)  Mental h
during a power outage)  Mental health impacts including post - traumatic stress, depression, anxiety and grief  Short or long - term relocation  Loss of sacred or historical sites  Lost work, school, or business days  Decrease in fitness activity level Disruptions of community functions  Respiratory and cardiovascular illness and Valley Fever  Worsened allergies  Dri nking water supply interruption  Illness and death caused by Lyme, West Nile Virus, and Zika WHAT IS PALA DOING T O ADAPT AND PREPARE? Pala completed an Adaptation Plan with a full list of strategies to help safeguard the health and wellbeing of the Pala community. Below are a few examples of ways we plan to address wildfire threats.  Develop a n emergency, disaster response and health management plan to anticipate and prepare public services and evacuation plans for exposure risks  Provide early, real - time warnings and clear emergency notifications before and during exposure event  Establish or u pdate adaptive fire management plans, including periodic forest assessments and traditional forest management practices to prevent high intensity wildfires (e.g. prescribed burning, introduction of resilient vegetation), and formalization of chain of comma nd roles. TIPS FOR STAYING SAF E DURING WILDFIRES • Create and maintain 100 feet of defensible space around your home • Create your own emergency supply kit • Check on elders and other vulnerable neighbors • Don’t forget your pets! • Take advantage of medical and emotional care services • Engage in healthy coping behaviors and seek comfort in community events following a weather - related disaster • Set up a family Evacuation Plan • Follow Pala Environmental Department on Facebook for climate updates and information • Sign up for San Diego County’s Alert Syste