Napa Firewise is comprised of 20 active, all-volunteer Fire Safe Councils located in the highest wildfire severity zones
Napa Firewise is proud to participate in Napa CanDo’s 2022 Give!Guide to raise funds and awareness through their annual holiday campaign from Giving Tuesday, Nov. 29 through Dec. 31.
Dear Friends of The Napa Communities Firewise Foundation, As we come to the close of this year’s fire season, we at The Napa Communities Firewise Foundation (NCFF) wish to thank you for your support of our mission to make Napa…
St. Helena and Spring Mountain Fire Safe Councils recently completed a joint project on the west side of St. Helena. The Spring Street project creates a shaded fuel break on either side of Spring Street at the far edge of town.
Napa Firewise, the Calistoga Fire Safe Council, Diamond Mountain Fire Safe Council, and Bank of the West teamed up to begin installation of almost 600 reflective address signs at homes throughout the Calistoga area
Silverado Fire Safe Fair Draws Over 300 Attendees to Learn About Wildfire Preparedness The all-volunteer Silverado Fire Safe Council, in partnership with Silverado Resort & Spa, Napa Firewise and CALFIRE/Napa County, held a Fire Safe Fair for the benefit of…
The Napa Communities Firewise Foundation (NCFF) is a county-wide nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the risk and impacts of wildfires through fire fuel reduction and community education in Napa County.
Napa Resource Conservation District, USDA-National Resources Conservation Service, and UC Cooperative Extension offered an education opportunity for land managers interested in learning about grazing as a fire hazard management tool.