This spring, private landowners and public agencies across the watershed conducted prescribed burns to enhance forest health and community safety. Join members of our Prescribed Fire Work Group to visit these fires and learn about why and how they happen.
This tour will bring participants to two prescribed fires conducted this spring. In the morning we will visit a private property in the Twin Creeks area in which the landowner spent years conducting restoration logging to prepare the site for a prescribed burn. In the afternoon we will drive up Gold Creek to visit the historic Primm Meadow, an area with old-growth ponderosa pine that was burned periodically by Native Americans for centuries.
Participants will drive their own vehicles, lunch is provided, and participants are welcome to join for either the morning or afternoon sessions if they can’t make all day. This tour is capped at 20 participants so don’t wait to sign up! Email Forestry Coordinator Cindy Super for more info and to register: email@example.com.