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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?
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2019 IUFRO Conference : Transforming Forests and Forestry through Indigenous and Local Knowledge: Reciprocity and Relationship Building in Forest EcosystemsFind out more »
Workshops will be held in several locations across northern California and include both classroom instruction and hands on education with a prescribed fire (permit and weather allowing).Find 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 »
Workshop Topics: • Permitting and legal considerations • Cal Fire’s Vegetation Management Program • Fire weather forecasting / online tools • Air quality and smoke management • Prescribed burn associations • Local fire history • Fire terms and fire behavior • Burn plan development • Burn unit preparation • Tools and equipment *For more info: https://ucanr.edu/sites/forestry/files/310699.pdfFind 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 »
These one day workshops (choose either Sonora or Sutter Creek) are designed for landowners and managers looking to gain skills in prescribed fire planning and implementation. A follow up one day field trip will be held at UC Berkeley’s Blodgett Research Forest in Georgetown (El Dorado County) during the last week of October. Participants will tour lands actively managed with prescribed fire and take part in a prescribed fire, permit and weather allowing. Registration is now open. Go to the Fall…Find out more »
This two-day workshop is designed for landowners and managers looking to gain skills in prescribed fire planning and implementation. The first day will be classroom instruction and field exercises. The second day will include field trip/exercises and will be held at UC Berkeley’s Baker Forest behind the UC Forestry camp. Participants will tour lands actively managed with prescribed fire and take part in a prescribed fire, permit and weather allowing.Find out more »