The South Fork American River Cohesive Strategy is an All-Lands Wildland Fire Management Strategy with three goals:


• Resilient Landscapes  • Fire Adapted Communities  • Safe and Effective Wildfire Response


View the SOFAR Collaborative’s 2018 Progress Report


Biochar and Biomass Field Day (May 8)

The Stanislaus National Forest, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Rocky Mountain Research Station, and Phoenix Energy invite you to attend: BIOCHAR AND BIOMASS FIELD DAY MAY 8, 2019, 9 am - 2 pm Lakemont Salvage sale, near Arnold, CA [...]

Newsletter: Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network

View the recently published newsletter from the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network Content includes FAC Net freebies, wildfire ordinance lessons learned, spring burning, volunteers, and more. Hot Off the (FAC Net) Press Put your FAC skills to the [...]

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PG&E Vegetation Management Meeting – May 16 6-8p

Best Western Placerville: 6850 Green Leaf Dr, Placerville, CA 95667

Workshop: May 17-18, Prescribed Fire on Private Lands Workshop

Blodgett Research Forest Georgetown, CA

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Meeting: Tues., May 28, 9:15-11:30 am at the Garden Valley Fire Station #51

(Note: 4th Monday in May is Memorial Day; therefore, meeting has been moved to Tuesday)

Sierra to California All-Lands Enhancement (SCALE) project

Meeting: May 30-31, Jackson

The Sierra Institute will be hosting the spring edition of the biannual SCALE meeting in Jackson, May 30-31, 2019. In addition to discussions of pressing issues for advancing collaborative forest restoration, this will be an excellent opportunity to about the work of local forest collaborative, Amador-Calaveras Consensus Group, and the many partners in the area.

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