Inbound has been providing wildland fire suppression support across the Western United States since 2005.
We have more than 100 wildland fire fighters trained and ready to respond to wildfires. Inbound provides crews for hazard fuels reduction, biomass removal, thinning, piling, pile burning, scotch-broom eradication, trail maintenance, trail building, stand exams, tree marking, and other work in the nation's forests.
Community Firewood Program
The Community Firewood Program offers seasoned, dry firewood to Oakridge and surrounding communities residents (Westfir, High Prairie) to reduce the woodsmoke impacts locally that are caused from burning green and unseasoned wood.
Subsidized price for low-income, disabled or senior residents.
More and more Oregonians are living in what is known as the wildland-urban interface - where homes and other structures are built in or near forests. This population expansion into rural areas has increased the risk of human-caused fires in the forest and has also placed more lives and property in the potential path of fires from forestlands. Today, more than a quarter-million homes in Oregon are at high risk from wildfire. Out of the 15.8 million acres of private and public forestland protected by the Oregon Department of Forestry, 3.5 million acres are considered wildland-urban interface.
Certifications & Memberships
Owned and operated by a service connected disabled veteran (SDVOB)
Certified in the state of Oregon as an emerging small business, although we've been in business since 2004.
Licensed general contractor in the state of Oregon
Licensed farm/forest labor in the state of Oregon.
Member of the Associated Oregon Loggers (AOL)
Certified wildland fire suppression contractor by the National Wildfire Suppression Association
Member of the Oregon Firefighter Contractor Association (OFCA)
Member of the National Wildfire Suppression Association (NWSA)