Join us and Dr. Stephen Quarles for a two hour webinar on home hardening, defensible space, and emergency preparedness on June 30th from 4:00pm - 6:00pm. To Register visit: http://ucanr.edu/wildfire_prep
UCCE Wildfire Preparedness Survey for Northeastern California
UC Cooperative Extension has recently developed and deployed a wildfire preparedness survey for Northeastern California. Please consider taking 15-20 minutes to participate in this survey to inform us about how you are preparing for wildfire. This will help inform our counties and our partners on what residents and communities are doing to prepare for wildfire and how best we can tailor programs to best serve local residents. You can access the voluntary survey here: UC Cooperative Extension Wildfire Preparedness Survey
UC Cooperative Extension offices across the state are following the state order resuming limited on-site operations. We are continuing to work on projects and are happy to provide assistance by phone, email, or by appointment in the office. We hope you stay healthy and encourage you to be vigilant in keeping our community safe.
Tracy Schohr, Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor - email@example.com or 916-716-2643
Ryan Tompkins, Forestry and Natural Resources - firstname.lastname@example.org or 530-258-9402
Kari O’Reilly, 4-H Program Representative - email@example.com
Tom Getts, Weed Control and Cropping Systems - firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-481-9174
Samantha Brown, Office Assistant- email@example.com or 530-283-6270
In the News
UCCE's Forestry and Natural Resources Advisor Ryan Tompkins encourages for people who live in fire zones to take personal responsibility for their homes and properties. Click for Cap Radio Interview.
The UCCE Plumas-Sierra team is excited to share our 2019 annual report.
Click here, to learn more about the extension programs and research projects underway in our local community.
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