Wildfire Resources in Glenn County

 CalFire Units and Fire Management Plans

   
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California Forest Practice Rules
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The purpose of the Forest Practice Rules is to implement the provisions of the Z'berg-Nejedly Forest Practice Act of 1973 in a manner consistent with other laws, including but not limited to, the Timberland Productivity Act of 1982, the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) of 1970, the Porter Cologne Water Quality Act, and the California Endangered Species Act.

 

Shasta County Fire Department 2014 Master Plan
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The foundation of the Shasta County Fire Department's Master Plan is based on strategic goals designed to meet the challenges associated with providing an emergency response delivery system that evolves to meet changes in its demographics, society, economy, and climate.

 

Unit Strategic Fire Plan 2012: Lassen-Modoc-Plumas
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The Unit's Fire Management Plan is intended to provide information to CAL FIRE personnel, various County Boards of Supervisors, Fire Safe Councils and other stakeholders focused on identifying specific problem areas and solving the mutually agreed upon fire issues.

 

Show CalFire Units and Fire Management Plans Organizations & Professionals (3)
There are 3 resources serving Glenn County in the following categories:
map itMap of CalFire Units and Fire Management Plans Organizations & Professionals serving Glenn County
CalFire Units / Fire Plans
CalFire Resource Management
- Sacramento, CA
Fire Resilient- Latitudes and Attitudes
CA
Tehama-Glenn Unit
Jeff Schori - Unit Chief - Red Bluff, CA

 Fire Management

   
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LANDFIRE Program

LANDFIRE - multi-partner wildland fire, ecosystem, and wildland fuel mapping projectLANDFIRE is a program that provides over 20 national geo-spatial layers (e.g. vegetation, fuel, disturbance, etc.), databases, and ecological models that are available to the public for the US and insular areas.

You can view and download products which are updated every two years to reflect change on the landscape over time. These data provide information for regional and national landscape strategic planning for fire and natural resource management activities.

 

Keep tabs on wildfire activity via this U.S. Geological Survey website, GeoMAC.

Point and Click to Track Wildfire Activity in the United States.  Wildfires continue to burn across much of the western United States, and 39,000 fires have scorched 5,899,245 acres this year as of August 7, 2017 according to the National Interagency Fire Center

 

Fire Effects Information System

The Fire Effects Information System is an online collection of reviews of the scientific literature about fire effects on plants and animals and about fire regimes of plant communities in the United States. FEIS reviews are based on thorough literature searches, often supplemented with insights from field scientists and managers. FEIS provides reviews that are efficient to use, thoroughly documented, and defensible. Approximately 15 to 30 new or revised reviews are published in FEIS each year. There are 3 types of FEIS reviews:

  1. Species Reviews 
  2. Fire Studies 
  3. Fire Regime Syntheses 

 

Is Your Property Safe From Wildfire?
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Fire is an important natural process of forests and rangelands. But while fire plays an important role in the ecology of these areas, it can be devastating if homes, valuable timber, and range areas are destroyed.

 

After the Fires: Hydrophobic Soils
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Hydrophobic soils repel water. A thin layer of soil at or below the mineral soil surface can become hydrophobic after intense heating. The hydrophobic layer is the result of a waxy substance that is derived from plant material burned during a hot fire.

 

Get Read for Fire Season
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Homeowners' Checklist
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How to make your home fire safe.

 

California Fire Safe Council Brochure
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Our Mission: Mobilizing Californians to protect their homes, communities and environment from wildfires.

 

Lack of prescribed burns fuels rise of megafires, ASU fire historian says
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Wildfire is a striking story, often filled with the drama of danger. But there's a narrative missing from many of the reports: We need more controlled fires to prevent these runaway infernos, said fire historian and Arizona State University Regents’ Professor Stephen Pyne.

 

A review of fire effects on vegetation and soils in the Great Basin Region: response and ecological site characteristics
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Abstract This review synthesizes the state of knowledge on fire effects on vegetation and soils in semi-arid ecosystems in the Great  Basin Region, including the central and northern Great Basin and Range, Columbia River Basin, and the Snake River Plain.

 

The National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy: Phase III Western Regional Science-Based Risk Analysis Report (Western Regional Risk Report)
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The National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy (Cohesive Strategy) is a bold, new national approach to the increasingly complex reality of wildland fire and land management, and fire response.

 

The National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy: Phase III Western Regional Action Plan
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The Western Regional Action Plan is part of the culmination of a three-year effort put into motion by the Federal Land Assistance, Management and Enhancement Act of 2009 (FLAME Act).

 

Wildfire and Vegetation Response to Climate Change
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Rachel Loehman of the USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station presents this video short course on how climate, fire and vegetation are closely linked in western ecosystems and discusses how climate change might affect vegetation by changing wildfire disturbance patterns.

 

Wildland Fire in Ecosystems
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Effects of Fire on Soil and Water

 

Reframing HRO A Focus on Behavior
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BLM Fire Preparedness Program Summary for 2014
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As fire seasons have tended to become longer and fire behavior more severe, questions inevitably arise among the public and media. “Is ...

 

Show Fire Management Organizations & Professionals (58)
There are 58 resources serving Glenn County in the following categories:
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Fire Services / Prescribed Burning
California Forestry Association
David A. Bischel - President - Sacramento, CA
Christopher Hipkin
Statewide Forestry Services - Forester/Botanist/Pest Control Advisor - Fort Bragg, CA
Forester's Co-Op
- Grass Valley, CA
Inbound, LLC
Dillon Sanders - Managing Director, Founder - Portland, OR
Northern California Prescribed Fire Council
Lenya Quinn-Davidson - Director - Ukiah, CA
Foresters
William Keye
The ForestKeeperCA
Anne Heissenbuttel
Heissenbuttel Natural Resource Consulting - Pine Grove, CA
Bonnie J. Burchill, ACF
Environmental Resource Solutions, Inc. - Forestry Operations Mgr. - Santa Rosa, CA
Brian Rueger
Integrated Forest Management LLC - Springville, CA
CA Forest Stewardship Helpline
Jeff Calvert - Forestry Assistance, California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection - Sacramento, CA
California Forestry Association
David A. Bischel - President - Sacramento, CA
Charll K. Stoneman, ACF
Stoneman Forestry Services - Eureka, CA
Christopher Hipkin
Statewide Forestry Services - Forester/Botanist/Pest Control Advisor - Fort Bragg, CA
Council of Western State Foresters
Sara Goodwin - Communications Director - Denver, CO
Forest Landowners of California
- Folsom, CA
Forester's Co-Op
- Grass Valley, CA
George D. Gentry
Board of Forestry and Fire Protection - Sacramento, CA
Glenn Zane
Continental Resource Solutions, Inc - Redding, CA
James D. Chapin, ACF
Shasta Land Management Consultants - Partner - Redding, CA
James L. Able
James L. Able Forestry Consultants Inc. - Eureka, CA
James L. Able Forestry Consultants, Inc.
- Eureka, CA
Jeff Calvert
Calif. Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) - Stewardship Forester - Sacramento, CA
John W. Williams, ACF
Environmental Resource Solutions, Inc. - President - Santa Rosa, CA
Keith Crummer
Professional Forestry Services LLC - Chester, CA
Lansing Thornton
Silviscript - Redding, CA
Laura Alber, MF
Urban Forest Consulting - Forester/Integrated Pest Management Expert - Oakland, CA
Leon J. Manich
California Reforestation, Inc. - President - Sonora, CA
Mark Rasmussen
Mason Bruce & Girard Inc. - Forester Planner & Economist - Portland, OR
Mason, Bruce & Girard, Inc.
Robert Galliano - Forester - Auburn, CA
Matt Greene
Matt Greene Forestry & Biological Consulting - Forester and Wildlife Biologist - Cazadero, CA
McKenzie River Associates LLC
James A. Mehrwein - President - Eugene, OR
Michael A. Atkins
- McKinleyville, CA
Michael Goodner
Cascade Resource Consultants - Burney, CA
Mitchell C. Haydon, ACF
Environmental Resource Solutions, Inc. - Staff Forester - Santa Rosa, CA
Nicholas Kent, ACF
Kent and Associates - Forestville, CA
Ralph S. Osterling, ACF
Ralph Osterling Consultants Inc. - President - Moraga, CA
Randall C. Jacobszoon, ACF
Jacobszoon and Associates - Redwood Valley, CA
Roger Sternberg
Roger Sternberg Forestry and Land Conservation Consulting Services - Mendocino, CA
Ronald D. Hunt
Hunt Surveying & Forestry, Inc. - President - Eureka, CA
Ronald E. Stuntzner, ACF
Stuntzner Engineering & Forestry, LLC - Owner - Coos Bay, OR
Stuntzner Engineering and Forestry
Ron and Joyce Stuntzner - Coos Bay, OR
The California Arborists Association
Denise Hodge - Administrator - Napa, CA
Thomas Gaman
East-West Forestry Associates, Inc. - President - Inverness, CA
Tierra Resource Management
Steve Kohlmann, Ph.D., CWB - Principal - Fairfield, CA
Timothy English
Black Fox Timber Management Group - McCloud, CA
Warren R. Weathers, ACF
W.R. Weathers and Associates - Lowell, OR
William E. Kleiner
Western Timber Services, Inc. - President - Arcata, CA
William S. Dann, ACF
Natural Resources Management Corporation - President - Eureka, CA
Woodlot and Timber Services
Associated Oregon Loggers
Jim Geisinger - Executive Vice President - Salem, OR
Campbell Global, LLC
John Gilleland - Chief Executive Officer & Chairman - Portland, OR
Ecotrust Forest Management
Amrita Kumar - Director - Portland, OR
Forest Resources Association Inc. - Western Region
Vickie Hoffart - FRA Region Manager - Kennewick, WA
Forest2Market
- Eugene, OR
Forester's Co-Op
- Grass Valley, CA
James L. Able Forestry Consultants, Inc.
- Eureka, CA
Living Habitats
Heidi Natura, RLA, ASLA, LEED AP - Founder & Partner - Chicago, IL
Stuntzner Engineering and Forestry
Ron and Joyce Stuntzner - Coos Bay, OR
William S. Dann, ACF
Natural Resources Management Corporation - President - Eureka, CA

 Firewise Communities

   
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LANDFIRE Program

LANDFIRE - multi-partner wildland fire, ecosystem, and wildland fuel mapping projectLANDFIRE is a program that provides over 20 national geo-spatial layers (e.g. vegetation, fuel, disturbance, etc.), databases, and ecological models that are available to the public for the US and insular areas.

You can view and download products which are updated every two years to reflect change on the landscape over time. These data provide information for regional and national landscape strategic planning for fire and natural resource management activities.

 

Keep tabs on wildfire activity via this U.S. Geological Survey website, GeoMAC.

Point and Click to Track Wildfire Activity in the United States.  Wildfires continue to burn across much of the western United States, and 39,000 fires have scorched 5,899,245 acres this year as of August 7, 2017 according to the National Interagency Fire Center

 

Fire Effects Information System

The Fire Effects Information System is an online collection of reviews of the scientific literature about fire effects on plants and animals and about fire regimes of plant communities in the United States. FEIS reviews are based on thorough literature searches, often supplemented with insights from field scientists and managers. FEIS provides reviews that are efficient to use, thoroughly documented, and defensible. Approximately 15 to 30 new or revised reviews are published in FEIS each year. There are 3 types of FEIS reviews:

  1. Species Reviews 
  2. Fire Studies 
  3. Fire Regime Syntheses 

 

Fire Adapted Communities Reference Guide
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This guide is designed to help leaders, planners, emergency professionals, and citizens learn the best approaches and programs to help their community become more fire adapted.

 

Firewise Recognition Program: Community Assessment Template
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This text is prepared for the use of individuals conducting community assessments as a part of the Firewise Communities/USA Recognition Program.

 

The National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy: Phase III Western Regional Action Plan
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The Western Regional Action Plan is part of the culmination of a three-year effort put into motion by the Federal Land Assistance, Management and Enhancement Act of 2009 (FLAME Act).

 

Firewise Volunteer Tools
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To qualify as a recognized Firewise Communities/USA site, NFPA's Firewise Communities programs asks you to document your investment in these Firewise efforts by tracking any expenses, grants received, and especially time spent by volunteers in making your community safer from wildfire.

 

Firewise Activities Matching Funds Recording Sheet
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Learn what qualifies for matching funds for Firewise grants.

 

Firewise Volunteer/In-kind Tracking Sheet
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Firewise Volunteer Time Sheet
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A User Guide to the Firewise Communities/USA Recognition Program
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This guide is provided as a general reference and resource for those interested or planning to become a recognized Firewise community.

 

Firewise Application 2015
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Upon completion of the recognition criteria outline in this application, please submit this for to your Firewise State Liaison for review and approval.

 

Volunteer Sign-Up Sheet
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About Your Firewise Investment
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Investing in local Firewise actions proves that your community takes wildfire safety seriously.

 

BLM Fire Preparedness Program Summary for 2014
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As fire seasons have tended to become longer and fire behavior more severe, questions inevitably arise among the public and media. “Is ...

 

Show Firewise Communities Organizations & Professionals (6)
There are 6 resources serving Glenn County in the following categories:
map itMap of Firewise Communities Organizations & Professionals serving Glenn County
Fire Safe Councils
California Fire Safe Council, Inc
Amber Gardner - Clearinghouse Manager - Glendora, CA
Fire Services / Prescribed Burning
California Forestry Association
David A. Bischel - President - Sacramento, CA
Christopher Hipkin
Statewide Forestry Services - Forester/Botanist/Pest Control Advisor - Fort Bragg, CA
Forester's Co-Op
- Grass Valley, CA
Inbound, LLC
Dillon Sanders - Managing Director, Founder - Portland, OR
Northern California Prescribed Fire Council
Lenya Quinn-Davidson - Director - Ukiah, CA
 

 Google News about Wildfire Resources

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CalFire Units and Fire Management Plans News Items
The wildfires' terrible toll on California's firefighters - Chico Enterprise-Record
8/14/2018 3:23:30 PM
Chico Enterprise-Record The wildfires' terrible toll on California's firefighters Chico Enterprise-Record “This country … chews up firefighters,” one veteran fire management officer with the US Forest Service told his crew during a meeting featured in a story by the LA Times. “It has had a ... Varney was the son of another California firefighter; Gordie ... Firefighter who died battling Mendocino Complex fires mourned by Utah town Santa Rosa Press Democrat all 1,252 news articles »

UPDATE: Brown issues executive order to streamline recovery efforts - Redding Record Searchlight
8/9/2018 8:09:38 PM
Redding Record Searchlight UPDATE: Brown issues executive order to streamline recovery efforts Redding Record Searchlight A heavy equipment mechanic with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and assigned to the Carr Fire was killed early Thursday morning outside of the fire area in Tehama County, Cal Fire reports. The man is from the agency's Butte ... Amid Carr Fire ruins, Redding woman got back dead husband's dog tags - Record Searchlight Record Searchlight all 191 news articles »

Cal Fire awards $27.5M to reduce wildfire risk - Sierra Sun
8/7/2018 5:57:35 PM
Sierra Sun Cal Fire awards $27.5M to reduce wildfire risk Sierra Sun Today, CAL FIRE awarded four grants totaling $27.5 million to fund high-priority forest health projects designed to combat climate change and reduce the risk of wildfires. Awarded to the Sierra Nevada Conservancy, California Tahoe Conservancy, National ... CAL FIRE Awards $27.5 Million to Reduce Wildfire Risks The Placer Sentinel all 56 news articles »

Firefighters make critical gains on Mendocino Complex; resources shifting to Ranch fire area - Lake County News
8/6/2018 2:18:46 AM
Fortune Firefighters make critical gains on Mendocino Complex; resources shifting to Ranch fire area Lake County News The fourth-largest wildland fire complex in California history grew by nearly 40,000 more acres on Sunday as it pushed further into forest lands in Lake County and east into Colusa County. ... “We do have a plan to keep it out of the structures in ... US Army Sends Soldiers to Battle Western Wildfires The Epoch Times Mendocino County Today: Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018 Anderson Valley all 5,882 news articles »

How Cal Fire Dozer Operator Died: Report Lays Out Steps Leading to Ferguson Fire Tragedy - KQED
8/2/2018 6:11:03 AM
KQED How Cal Fire Dozer Operator Died: Report Lays Out Steps Leading to Ferguson Fire Tragedy KQED The report, which KQED obtained under a California Public Records Act request, suggests incident commanders and the bulldozer crew were lax in following basic safety protocols prior to the fatal incident early the morning of July 14. Although the ... and more »

Cal Fire: Statewide wildfire updates; Carr Fire deemed 7th most destructive fire in California history - Sierra Sun
7/31/2018 3:36:12 PM
Sierra Sun Cal Fire : Statewide wildfire updates; Carr Fire deemed 7th most destructive fire in California history Sierra Sun Each family's plan will be different, depending on a variety of issues, needs, and situations. Learn more ... California Federal Incident Management Team 4 (Kurth) assigned in unified command with CAL FIRE ... State DPA, SRA, Shasta – Trinity Unit / County Photos: Deadly twin wildfires in California The Ledger CARR FIRE UPDATE: 536 structures destroyed, 5000 remain threatened ABC10.com KXTV ​2 killed by massive Northern California wildfire ​ KMBC Kansas City Cal Fire - State of California all 5,597 news articles »

Carr Fire grows to more than 28000 acres, putting residents west of Redding on alert - Sacramento Bee (blog)
7/26/2018 7:51:16 PM
Sacramento Bee (blog) Carr Fire grows to more than 28000 acres, putting residents west of Redding on alert Sacramento Bee (blog) The Carr Fire in Shasta County grew nearly 9,000 acres throughout the day Thursday after tripling in size overnight, and is threatening areas west of Redding, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection reported. ... Redding itself was ... Northern California wildfire turns deadly, forces "mass evacuations" CBS News UPDATED: Redding Fire : Entire city of Shasta Lake remains under evacuation order Redding Record Searchlight Second firefighter dies fighting the Carr Fire in Redding CBS 8 San Diego Monterey County Herald  - KKTV 11 News  - Cal Fire - State of California all 2,958 news articles »

Fire Management News Items
Reinforcements called in for Taylor Creek and Klondike fires - Mail Tribune
8/18/2018 4:03:45 PM
Mail Tribune Reinforcements called in for Taylor Creek and Klondike fires Mail Tribune The Taylor Creek and Klondike fires grew about 4,000 acres overnight, and hot, windy weather Saturday and Sunday could fan the flames more, but a California fire management team was in place Saturday morning to help put the fires out. Critical fire ... and more »

The Trump Administration Will Not Be Happy About the Forest Service's New Fire Management Strategy - Mother Jones
8/16/2018 7:31:50 PM
Redding Record Searchlight The Trump Administration Will Not Be Happy About the Forest Service's New Fire Management Strategy Mother Jones The report comes at the same time the president has sent out misleading tweets about the causes and solutions of California's wildfires, and as Donald Trump's Interior head Ryan Zinke has blamed fires on environmentalists, denied climate change science ... Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says 'environmental terrorist groups ... NBCNews.com Feds commit to work more closely with states in fighting wildfires Redding Record Searchlight Environmentalists, not climate, blamed for fires WXXV News 25 Congress.gov all 356 news articles »

California Fires Keep Burning. What Does It Take to Stop Them? - National Geographic
8/16/2018 12:33:21 PM
National Geographic California Fires Keep Burning. What Does It Take to Stop Them? National Geographic When you read about a monstrous wildfire like California's Carr fire growing to over 190,000 acres, burning up over 1,000 homes and killing eight people, it's strange to think that it began the size of a dinner plate. The fire (named for where it ...

2 AZ firefighters injured on way home from fighting CA fires ... - AZFamily
8/15/2018 2:15:16 PM
AZFamily 2 AZ firefighters injured on way home from fighting CA fires ... AZFamily Two Arizona firefighters were injured in an accident on the way home from their fire assignment in California. Two Arizona firefighters returning from Carr Fire injured in Nevada rollover AZCentral.com Two southern AZ firefighters returning from California hurt in rollover crash Tucson News Now 2 southern Arizona firefighters injured in crash returning from California wildfires KGUN Arizona Daily Sun  - Green Valley News  - Sacramento Bee all 42 news articles »

Environmentalists partially to blame for severity of CA's wildfires, Interior chief says - KCRA Sacramento
8/13/2018 2:56:14 PM
KCRA Sacramento Environmentalists partially to blame for severity of CA's wildfires, Interior chief says KCRA Sacramento ... impact it could have on fire management . “When you're spending $2.5 billion fighting forest fires, there's not a lot left in the budget to do forest management,” Zinke said. But Dan Jacobson of Environment California said he is skeptical of Zinke's ... Three of California's largest-ever wildfires are burning at same time ... Axios California Wildfires Headed to Capitol Hill Roll Call Before visit to Carr Fire, Interior chief says environmentalists partially to blame for wildfires SFGate Charleston Gazette-Mail all 1,518 news articles »

A staggering death toll for firefighters in California's summer of flames - Los Angeles Times
8/10/2018 9:58:12 AM
Los Angeles Times A staggering death toll for firefighters in California's summer of flames Los Angeles Times The veteran fire management officer for U.S. Forest Service recounted the numerous firefighters who had lost their lives battling massive blazes in the region. There was Andrew Palmer, who died 10 years ago while clearing trees. And the nine ... and more »

Fire chief: Suspect in Holy Fire that put 20000 under evacuation order texted, 'The place is going to burn' - CNN
8/9/2018 2:31:06 PM
CNN Fire chief: Suspect in Holy Fire that put 20000 under evacuation order texted, 'The place is going to burn' CNN The second biggest fire is the Carr Fire in Shasta County, also in Northern California . The deadly fire has been burning for more than two weeks and consumed 178,752 acres as of Thursday night. It is 49% contained. It has killed eight people, including ... Man charged with arson in California 'Holy Fire' WGN-TV How parched states like California fight wildfires Popular Science Holy fire containment increases to 29% Los Angeles Times KTLA  - Express.co.uk all 6,202 news articles »

Fire officials to Trump: No, California didn't worsen wildfires by dumping water into ocean - Washington Post
8/7/2018 11:40:19 AM
Washington Post Fire officials to Trump: No, California didn't worsen wildfires by dumping water into ocean Washington Post [The Energy 202: How to make sense of Trump's 'nonsensical' tweets on California's wildfires]. That's a different issue from fire management , experts say, and there's no shortage of water in the areas where wildfires are happening. For example, the ... Record-breaking California fire may take until September to contain CNN President Trump, these are the real reasons California is on fire | Grist Grist California wildfires made worse by hot, dry conditions, not water policy, as Trump tweeted PolitiFact Military.com  - The New American  - The Seattle Times all 5,882 news articles »

Firewise Communities News Items
Three more communities become 'Firewise' - Plumas County Newspapers
8/19/2018 11:01:51 AM
Three more communities become 'Firewise' Plumas County Newspapers Nationwide there are 1,538 recognized Firewise communities . California is ranked third in the nation with 153 sites and Plumas County has a dozen Firewise communities . “With our population of 18,000, I am very proud of our 12 Firewise communities here ...

Carr Fire reminds us to be 'Firewise' - Plumas County Newspapers
8/10/2018 11:07:20 AM
Carr Fire reminds us to be 'Firewise' Plumas County Newspapers The risk of fire and the current state of affairs around the state reminds me of another close call years ago, when my boyhood home in Southern California burst into flames and burnt to the ground shortly after my mother sold it, and the new owners ...

Op-Ed | Jo Ann Fites-Kaufman and Pat Leach: A way forward for the Fire Safe Council of Nevada County - YubaNet
5/19/2018 1:47:11 AM
Op-Ed | Jo Ann Fites-Kaufman and Pat Leach: A way forward for the Fire Safe Council of Nevada County YubaNet Through her efforts, Nevada County has more Firewise Communities than any other in California and possibly the nation. Despite these accomplishments, the Fire Safe Council Board of Directors voted to not renew her contract at the April 22nd meeting.

Woodland Hills becomes firewise - White Mountain Independent
1/9/2018 7:12:22 AM
White Mountain Independent Woodland Hills becomes firewise White Mountain Independent One insurer, USAA, an organization for military and veteran and their families, was the first major national insurance provider to offer such discounts to members living in Firewise communities in California , Colorado and Texas, according to their website.

Lawmaker: Homeowners With Wildfire Risk Might Lose Insurance - KQED
1/5/2018 4:56:35 PM
Lawmaker: Homeowners With Wildfire Risk Might Lose Insurance KQED Ricardo Lara (D-Long Beach) has introduced new legislation aimed at protecting homeowners from getting kicked off their insurance policies in the wake of California's devastating 2017 wildfire season. “This is unprecedented for California , and wildfire ... Availability and Affordability of Coverage for Wildfire Loss in - California Department of Insurance - State of ... California Department of Insurance - State of California all 43 news articles »

California State Senator Introduces the Wildfire Safety and Recovery Act to Promote Fire Prevention and Access to ... - Sierra Sun Times
12/21/2017 8:47:17 AM
Sierra Sun Times California State Senator Introduces the Wildfire Safety and Recovery Act to Promote Fire Prevention and Access to ... Sierra Sun Times California Firewise communities report spending nearly $8.7 million to date in 2017 to mitigate wildfire risk, which includes home improvements, vegetation management and volunteer efforts. Senator Lara will formally introduce language for the Wildfire ... and more »