UC Cooperative Extension | Agricultural Experiment Station
Fire has always been a natural part of California's ecosystem, but more than 50 years of fire suppression have allowed large amounts of fuel to accumulate. This has increased both the intensity of fires and their impact on the environment. To add to the dilemma, more people are moving into these forest lands, increasing the chance of a fire starting and complicating management of fires once they start.
|Introduction to Grasses - California Naturalist||5/24/2013|
|State 4-H Field Day - State 4-H Office||5/25/2013|
|Calaveras MG Open Garden Day - Planting a Veggie Garden - Calaveras County Master Gardeners||5/25/2013|
|Composting with Chicken Manure at Central Park Garden - Yolo County||5/25/2013|
|Redding - Workshop on Managing Family Forests in California - UC Forest Research and Outreach||5/29/2013|