This poster focuses on the efforts across county lines by the Carbon Canyon Fire Safe Council to improve conditions and protect homes when the next fire hits. Download the “Carbon Canyon Fire Safe Council” poster.
A little early publicity on the Hills For Everyone event this weekend (10-2 Saturday/Sunday) commemorating the Freeway Complex Fire’s 10th Anniversary. This OC Register talks about the recovery of the State Park and lessons learned. Read the Orange County Register … Read More
This article, while focused on how Governors prepare for natural disasters, begs the question (toward the end) are there places where it isn’t safe to build? And, it usually takes a massive natural disaster before action is taken. View the … Read More
Join Chino Hills State Park and Hills For Everyone on Saturday, July 21st from 5:00-6:30 PM at the Rolling M Ranch Campfire Center. (NOTE: The date changed to due extreme heat forecasted for July 7th) Come learn “s’more”* about the … Read More
A conference committee on Senate Bill 901 to address wildfire preparedness and response has been established. It includes: Assembly: Holden, Wood, Reyes, Dahle, Mayes Senate: Hueso, Dodd, Jackson, Stone, Bates FYI, SB 901 (Dodd) will be referred to this new … Read More
We will again host a booth at the Brea Country Fair on July 4th. That means we are looking for volunteers to staff the booth. The more volunteers we have, the shorter the shifts. Fear not, you need not know everything … Read More
Guess what? Those very high fire hazard severity zones (you know, the places most likely to burn) are where the fastest residential development is occurring in Southern California. And, interestingly–according to this new study–people in those zones are most likely … Read More