These six counties are distinguished by their relatively high socio-economic advantage and low historical fire. In part because of these inherent attributes of the environment, there remains a relatively low incidence of fire here.
Example of a Typical County — Leelanau County, Michigan: Leelanau County lies in the extreme northwest corner of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula and has few residents.
|Vegetation and Fuels||Very Low|
|Homes, Communities and Values at Risk||Low|