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Friday, April 28, 2017

Lend a Hand: Models for Increasing Prescribed Fire Operational Capacity


Wildfire NOTD subscriber Allison Jolley, FAC Network Communications Manager for Fire Adapted Communities, passed along a blog entry about cooperative efforts to introduce controlled burns back into Wildland-Urban Interface areas around the San Francisco Bay Area to reduce the wildfire danger.

Lend a Hand: Models for Increasing Prescribed Fire Operational Capacity

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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Heavy rains could lead to big, late wildfires in Eastern Washington


The State Lands Commissioner and Gov. Jay Inslee offered their insights into the upcoming fire season early Wednesday as they took a “pack test,” as they learned how to deploy fire shelters.

Heavy rains could lead to big, late wildfires in Eastern Washington

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Firefighters Contain Los Angeles Brush Fire


Los Angeles firefighters have contained a 2-acre wildfire in the Tujunga area at the east end of Southern California's San Fernando Valley this morning as the National Weather Service warned that windy conditions will persist Wednesday night through Friday.

Firefighters Contain Los Angeles Brush Fire

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Tulare County gears up for wildfire season


Following a 5,700-acre wildfire near Coalinga in Fresno County last week, CAL FIRE crews in Tulare County were gearing up for another busy wildfire season in the Golden State like the one last year, when nearly 7,000 fires burned 565,070 acres.

Tulare County gears up for wildfire season

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Monday, April 24, 2017

Tankers help extinguish 30-acre Sterling fire in San Bernardino


Air-tankers were called in to assist firefighters battling a 30-acre wildfire which started in the city of San Bernardino north of the 210 Freeway and burned into the San Bernardino National Forest.

Tankers help extinguish 30-acre Sterling fire in San Bernardino

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Friday, April 21, 2017

CAL FIRE to Participate in Regional CERT Drill


Wildfire NOTD subscriber Issac Sanchez, PIO for CAL FIRE's San Diego County Unit, sent along a press release about a CERT training exercise which will take place on the campus of Cuyamaca College in Rancho San Diego on Saturday.

CAL FIRE to Participate in Regional CERT Drill

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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Forest Service may see busy Central Oregon fire season


As the snow retreats from the lower elevations in Central Oregon, U.S. Forest Service has begun going through weather projections for the next few months, trying to get a handle on what this fire season could look like.

Forest Service may see busy Central Oregon fire season

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