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Warrenella Shaded Fuel Break During Tour, Saturday, October 10, 10am to around 2pm

posted Sep 23, 2015, 12:44 PM by Joe Christy   [ updated Sep 30, 2015, 12:47 PM ]

As we near completion of the project, we are offering a tour of and conversation about the Warrenella Shaded Fuel Break project.  The prospect of a Godzilla El Nino which may render the Warrenella highly vulnerable to non-essential traffic, if not impassable, suggests that we have a during tour rather than count on being able to offer an after tour when the project is complete. The tour is aimed at land managers, fire scientists, land stewards, and interested neighbors. We will traverse the length of the project, from Empire Grade to the BLM Coast Dairies boundary, stopping at selected places of interest to discuss the fire history & ecology, challenges, and treatment types we have used. 

High ground clearance vehicles are required. Attendance will be limited by the number of vehicles available and/or considerations of dust from multiple vehicles.

Sign up today and be sure to tell us in the comment field if you have a high clearance vehicle, and if so, how many additional passengers you could accommodate.

You will be required to sign a release form to enter the property.

This project is supported by the United States Forest Service through grant 14 USFS-SFA 0052