In-Person Pile Burn Workshop with Pepperwood Preserve

The Pepperwood Preserve is planning a remote pile burn workshop on Saturday March 13th, 10am-12pm. Learning objectives of the workshop include: The importance of fuels management. How to construct a burn pile. How to safely burn the pile in an area where plumbed water is unavailable. The workshop is limited to 12 people. If many people express interest […]

March Members Meeting – Forest Working Group

Hosted by: Sonoma County Forest Conservation Working Group Location: Online. Zoom video conferencing link is provided in the agenda. Description: Monthly meeting for the membership to discuss all Working Group business. Special speaker at this meeting is staff of the Sonoma County Agricultural and Open Space District who will present on the recently adopted Vital […]

Community Fire Destruction In Extreme Wildfires: A Home Ignition Problem

Seminar by Dr. Jack Cohen, Missoula Fire Sciences Lab March 18, 2021, 1pm-3pm, Online via Zoom Join us for an introductory session to Dr. Cohen's research on structural ignition and its role in fueling wildfires in the Wildland-Urban interface. Dr. Cohen will be presenting on pre-ignition efforts and their effectiveness at protecting communities like ours […]

Traditional Use of Fire: With Margo Robbins of the Yurok Tribe

Thurs., Mar. 25, 7–8:30pm Free of charge on Zoom Hosted by the Sonoma Land Trust Join us for a Language of the Land presentation featuring Margo Robbins, co-founder and executive director of the Cultural Fire Management Council. Margo is one of the key planners and organizers of the Cultural Burn Training Exchange (TREX), which takes […]


Online UCANR California Forest Stewardship Workshop

Online beginning April 21, 2021 - June 16, 2021 and in-person Saturday, May 15th in San Bernardino County, CA. Join the workshop to better understand and protect your forests by developing a Forest Management Plan. Topics include: Forest management objectives and planning Forest health, insects and disease Forest and fire ecology, wildlife, watersheds Fuels reduction and forest […]

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