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Fred X. Turck

Prevention Program Manager

Virginia , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (804) 786-4000

Direct Phone: (434) ***-****direct phone

Email: f***@***.gov

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Virginia , Inc.

1111 East Main St Suite 901

Richmond, Virginia,23219

United States

Company Description

We are a full service employee benefit advisory firm with a special focus on employers with fewer than 100 employees. This segment of the business community is impacted greatly by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) but has fewer choices when it comes to highly qual...more

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Forest Protection Coordinator

Virginia Department of Forestry


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Prescribed Fire Councils

southernfireexchange.org [cached]

Chair: Frederick Turck, VA Department of Forestry


SurfWax: News, Reviews and Articles On Forest Fire

news.surfwax.com [cached]

"Each late winter and early spring, downed trees, branches and leaves become forest fuels that increase the danger of a forest fire," said Mace ... "The leading cause of forest fires in Virginia is carelessness," said Fred Turck, the forestry department's forest protection coordinator ... For more information on what you can do to protect yourself and your property; how to become "firewise," or to pick up a complete copy of the forest fire laws, contact your local office of the Virginia... (Chatham Star Tribune, VA)


www.appomattox.org

Fred Turck, VDOF's fire prevention manager, said, "While a lot of this new growth takes place in 'communities,' we also have a lot of people building in traditionally rural areas.


County of Louisa, VA: Outdoor Fires Unlawful Before 4 p.m.

www.louisacounty.com [cached]

Fred Turck, VDOF forest protection coordinator, said, "The leading cause of forest fires in Virginia is carelessness.
An unattended fire, a discarded cigarette or a single match can ignite the dry fuels that are so prevalent in the early spring. Add a few days of dry, windy conditions and an escaped wildfire can quickly turn into a raging blaze. "People living in most rural areas of Virginia are especially at risk," said Turck.


martinsvilledaily.com

Fred Turck, VDOF forest protection coordinator, said, "The leading cause of wildfires in Virginia is carelessness.


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