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We need volunteers!! Following last summer’s disastrous fires there’s going to be plenty of questions about forest thinning, fuels management, and defensible space. This is a great opportunity to provide professional, science-based forestry information to answer those questions.Find out more »
Our Bay Area Chapter Summer field meeting will be held Saturday, August 10th at the Presidio in San Francisco. Come learn about the management of the Presidio's urban forests. Restoration, planting, pathogens, historic eucalyptus, wood utilization, recreation, fire hazards, fuels management, and more!Find out more »
With all the snow this year - most of California's major reservoirs are nearly full. But the next drought will be here before long - how have we become more resilient to endure our next boom-bust cycle?
*Stay-tuned, more info on our guest speakers and a fabulous field tour, will be forthcoming.
2019 IUFRO Conference : Transforming Forests and Forestry through Indigenous and Local Knowledge: Reciprocity and Relationship Building in Forest EcosystemsFind out more »
This symposium will focus on the responses of Sierra Nevada forest organisms and ecosystems to increasing climate stresses.Find out more »
Forest Conservation Days is an annual event that provides an outdoor classroom for fifth-grade students to explore the web of life. Over 60,000 5th grade students, teachers, scouts, parents, and public participants have attended since 1991Find out more »
Join us at RCRC’s 2019 Annual Meeting at the Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel in beautiful El Dorado County! This year’s program will feature experts discussing a wide range of topics on critical issues shaping California’s future.Find out more »
At the Water’s Edge – Managing our Land and Water in a Changing Landscape – Natural Areas Conference
This event will focus on providing access to cutting-edge information, emerging management techniques, and science-based practices for natural areas practitioners.Find out more »
The California Board of Forestry and Fire Protection established a certified archaeological surveyor training program in 1991. CAL FIRE is responsible for delivery and support of the training program and review of the work products of certified surveyors. This training program is defined in California's Forest Practice Rules (14 CCR Section 929 et seq.)Find out more »
National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy Workshop: Defining Our Future with Wildland Fire
Defining Our Future with Wildland Fire – A New Paradigm The wildland fire environment in the United States is undergoing profound ecological, social, and political changes. We are witnessing escalating wildland fire behavior, increasing risk to responders, significant losses of homes and property, dramatic growth in suppression costs, rising post-fire impacts, continued injuries and loss of lives, and more frequent fire occurrence in wildland-urban interface (WUI) areas causing significant losses to communities and economies. Some characterize these recent unprecedented events…Find out more »