Key attributes indicate when a forest partnership is ready to translate significant long-term funding into meaningful change across a large landscape.
Even after a mild 2022 fire season, fire specialists and resource managers still see a concerning trend toward larger and more destructive fires.
After a third consecutive dry year, dead and dying fir trees are increasing across high-elevation forests in northern and central California.
A year after the Caldor Fire ignited near Lake Tahoe, some lessons are clear. What we do before wildfires ignite can make all the difference on the ground.
We open the hood on forest restoration & wildfire risk reduction projects, showing what it takes to get a project on the ground and to completion.
After the driest January & February in recorded history, April snow depths were 38% of average for the watersheds that supply much of California’s water.
2021 broke last year’s record for acres burned in the Sierra Nevada. Recent megafires are so destructive they are unlike anything seen in the historical record.
After facing record-breaking fire seasons, we’ve identified five strategies that respond to the region’s recovery needs and build resilience for the next fire.