Angora 10 Year Anniversary

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Field trip observing burned areas of the Angora Fire. Meeting location: Lake Valley FPD, Station 7 - Administration Headquarters, 2211 Keetak St., South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150.   

Friday, June 23, 2017 Presentation Files

Overview of the Angora Fire – Kit Bailey, Fire Management Officer, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, US Forest Service

Definsible Space in the WUI – John Pickett, Forester, Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District

Policy changes and outcomes resulting from the Angora Fire – Mike Vollmer, Environmental Improvement Program Manager, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency

Multi-jurisdictional coordination of fuel reduction and fire prevention – Forest Schafer, North Lake Fire Protection District

Scientific contributions of the Angora fire in the Sierra Nevada – Hugh Safford, Regional Ecologist, Pacific Southwest Region, US Forest Service

Avian and small mammal community responses to post-fire forest structure - implications for fire management in mixed conifer forests – Angela White, Wildlife Biologist, Pacific Southwest Research Station, US Forest Service

Forest development after the Angora fire – results of reforestation approaches - Susan Kocher, Natural Resources Advisor, University of California Cooperative Extension

Water quality response to the Angora Fire - Alan Haeyvart, Associate Research Professor, Desert Research Institute, University of Nevada Reno

Plant Community Response to the Angora Fire -The Effects of Fire Severity on Biodiversity - Jonah Weeks, Graduate Student, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis

Angora Flyer - Date 6-22 and 23 2017