Central Sierra
University of California
Central Sierra

Sand and King Fire recovery information

October 24th 2014 Landscape Recovery workshop

Workshop Objectives:

To increase understanding of role of wildfire in forest development and change, post-fire issues and treatment options and to provide information on post-fire treatment cost-share programs, tax issues and professional assistance for post-fire treatments for private landowners.

Who Should Attend:

Woodland and forest landowners affected by the Sand and King Fire in El Dorado County and anyone interested in the future of forests after wildfire, staff and decision makers with state, local, federal and tribal agencies concerned with forest management, defensible space, and water  quality.

Sponsored by: 

UC Cooperative Extension - Central Sierra and the Natural Resources Conservation Service, and El Dorado County & Georgetown Divide Resource Conservation Districts

Flyer and agenda for El Dorado County Post-fire Workshop 10-24-2014

Workshop Presentations and Materials

Post-fire management issues and treatment options – Susie Kocher, University of California Cooperative Extension, Central Sierra

Post-fire Rehabilitation and Regulations on private land– Steve DeBenedet, CalFire

Conservation Technical Assistance– Danny Marquis, Natural Resources Conservation Services

Working to carry out post-fire treatments

Landowner assistance

  • Cost share programs – Danny Marquis, Natural Resources Conservation Service
  • Cost share programs  - Jeff Calvert, CalFire Land Owner Assistance Programs

Post Fire Workshop Resources

Taxation Issues associated with the Sand & King Fire - Larry Camp, Forest Landowners of California

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