January – March 2020: CA Forest Stewardship Workshops

California Forest Stewardship Workshops January 11th, 12th & 25th University of California Cooperative Extension Office, Ukiah, CA February 1st, 2nd & 8th Mulford Hall, University of California, Berkeley, CA March 7th, 8th & 14th Shasta College, Redding, CA Register Now! Join UCCE for their three-day workshops to learn how to protect your forest and create […]

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Nov. 19: FireScape Mendocino Hosts Fires and Fuels Management Workshop

FireScape Mendocino is inviting the public to a workshop on Fires and Fuels Management to be held at the Granzella’s Inn Conference Room in Williams, CA on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 from 9 am to 4 pm. FireScape is a voluntary, inclusive and collaborative effort to shape the future of our fire-prone landscape in and […]

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Sept. 28: Forest Landowners of California (FLC) Workshop

10am-2pm, September 28th at Fred Euphrat’s Forest, 6699 Mill Creek Road, Healdsburg, CA. RSVP to Fred Euphrat: woodrat@sonic.net.

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Oct. 7: Presentation on Biomass by Sierra Club California

5:30pm, October 7th at the Environmental Center, 55 Ridgway Ave #A. Santa Rosa, CA Contact: Tom Roth, troth@monitor.net.

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April 27 & 28 Fire Fighter 2 Training – Audubon Canyon Ranch

Audubon Canyon Ranch is offering a Basic Wildland Fire Fighter 2 training for prospective prescribed fire practitioners on April 27 & 28. This class will give you the basics to participating safely in prescribed burning, both with the Good Fire Alliance and when approved, with Cal Fire as auxiliary. Registration is required at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wildland-fire-fighter-2-training-tickets-54552156970 Two important things to […]

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March 21, 2019, 12-1PM Revitalizing Forests and Our Local Communities Brown Bag

Sonoma County Agricultural and Open Space District: 747 Mendocino Ave # 100, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Forest Reciprocity Group (FRG) will present on revitalizing our forests to revitalize communities. FRG seeks to collaborate with landowners; county, state, and federal organizations and agencies; and local tribes to unburden forestlands of overcapacity fire fuel load small diameter poles. […]

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Thursday, February 21, 12-1 PM – Managing Invasive Plants: Why it’s important, how to get started, and resources to help

Held at the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District office: 747 Mendocino Avenue #100, Santa Rosa, CA 95401, the focus of this brown bag is to introduce landowners, land managers, and natural resource professionals to invasive plants commonly found in Sonoma County and the surrounding region and how to best deal with them. […]

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Living With Fire In California’s Coast Ranges – May 7-9, 2018

The Living with Fire symposium will bring together experts in fire ecology and management, community planning, fire safety and preparedness, and global change. The intended audience includes property owners, the general public, policy makers, planners, managers, scientists, educators, and any others who are interested in the intersection of human communities and fire. The event is […]

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Brown Bag Series – What kind of professional to hire for what

April 19, 2018 12-1 PM at the Sonoma Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District. 747 Mendocino Avenue Santa Rosa, CA 95401 This Brown Bag will feature a Registered Professional Forester, an arborist, and a Licensed Timber Operator who will all discuss and differentiate what each type of professional can be hired to do.

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Brown Bag Series-Funding Resources For Landowners

March 15, 2018 12pm – 1pm at the Sonoma Agricultural and Open Space District. 747 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 The focus of this brown bag is to introduce landowners to possible funding sources and avenues for technical assistance. Guest speakers will review different programs, such as the California Forest Improvement Program (CFIP), Environmental […]

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