- Jenner Headlands Preserve
ACR's Fire Forward and The Wildlands Conservancy host:
Wildfire Fuel Break Workshop
Take a tour of shaded fuel break, do some hands-on work and learn:
- How shaded fuel breaks (a.k.a. forested fire breaks) can help reduce fuel loads and provide a safer area for firefighters to make a stand against wildfire.
- How to plan and implement a shaded fuel break to help protect your home and forestland.
- The various methods used and associated costs to establish a shaded fuel break.
- How local agencies and organizations can help you plan, cost-share, and implement your shaded fuel break.
- Examples of how prescribed fire can be used to maintain your shaded fuel break once established.
Location: Jenner Headlands Preserve. Note: Participants will carpool from Duncans Mills. Meet at 10am in Duncans Mills just past general store by the monterey cypress trees.
Cost: FREE to landowners and land managers.
Gear: Dress for field work -- shoes/boots with good tread, long pants and long-sleeves, layers recommended. Bring work gloves, water, hat and sunscreen.
Lunch will be provided to workshop participants. Bring water for yourself.
In collaboration with :
University of California Cooperative Extension, Sonoma County
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Carpool from Duncans Mills. Meet at 10am. See notes in event info.
What can I bring into the event?
Bring water, work gloves, hat and sunscreen. Shoes/boots with good tread and clothing layers recommended. Lunch will be provided.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please email Jared Childress, prescribed fire specialist for Audubon Canyon Ranch at firstname.lastname@example.org