Over the past few years, communities from Washington to Wisconsin have begun to push back on CAFOs, especially new operations, and advocated for healthier environments.
Read about the grassroots movement to address CAFOs here.
Visit ANR’s 25th Anniversary page here.
25th Anniversary logo courtesy Americans for Nonsmokers” Rights
Perhaps no other state has a stronger history of home fire sprinkler use than California. In 1979, the city of San Clemente became the first community in the nation to require sprinklers in all new homes, including single-family homes. Since then, there have been more than 160 local ordinances adopted in California, and more than 360 nationally. In 2011, California became the first state to mandate the installation of sprinklers in all new one- and two-family dwellings.
The NFPA Journal spoke with California State Fire Marshal Tonya Hoover about the lessons she has learned since California adopted its sprinkler installation law four years ago.
Read the blog post here.
Originally posted by the NPFA Journal