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Rim Fire Recovery Information

Events

Below are events that offer resources for landowners.

December 13, 2013 Roads Management Workshop

Flyer for Tuolumne Roads Workshop 12-13-2013

Winter 2014 Reforestation in California Webinar Series, January 8, 15, 22, 29, February 5, 12, 19, 26, March 5 online

Winter 2014 California Reforestation Webinar Series Flyer

October 17th, 2013 Recovering from Wildfire Workshop (see sidebar)

UC Publications

Below are publications from the University of California Agriculture:. 

Recovering from Wildfire: A Guide for California's Forest Landowners, ANR Publication 8386

Burned Oaks: Which Ones Will Survive, ANR Publication 8445

Maps

Here is a map that shows the severity of burn of vegetation in the Rim Fire focusing on privately owned lands.

Rim fire Vegetation Burn Severity Map - CalFire

Links

Tuolumne County Resource Conservation District Website - Fire Recovery Information.

Natural Resources Conservation Services: Fire Recovery Initiative

Forest Recovery Workshop

When: October 17th from 1:00 to 4:30 pm
Where: Groveland Community Hall, State Highway 120 in Groveland

Tuolumne County at UCCE workshop on forest recovery 10/17/2013
Tuolumne County at UCCE workshop on forest recovery 10/17/2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Download workshop presentations here:

Agenda for Post Rim Fire workshop for Private Forestland Owners

Kocher - Recovering from the Rim Fire - What Private Forestland Owners Should Know

Mannich - What Do I Do Now

Rocha - NRCS Announces Assistance for Catastrophic Fire Recovery

Camp - Taxation Issues associated with the Rim Fire

Download workshop handouts:

UCCE Forest Stewardship and Fire Resources handout

Camp - References and Resources regarding Casualty Losses

Mannich - Reforestation and Seedlings in California

 Workshop Objectives:

  • Present information on the role of wildfire in forest development and change
  • Describe post-fire issues and treatment options for private landowners
  • Provide information on post-fire treatment cost-share programs for private landowners
  • Provide information on professional assistance for post-fire treatments

 Who Should Attend:

Forest landowners affected by the Rim Fire, citizens interested in the future of forests after wildfires, staff and decision makers with state, local, federal and tribal agencies concerned with forest management, defensible space, and water quality.

For additional information, contact Susie Kocher at 530-542-2571 or sdkocher@ucanr.edu

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