After consulting with CalFire and firefighting professionals, the Silverado Fire Safe Council (FSC) undertook its first “Council-funded” fuels reduction project behind homes on Silver Trail alongside Milliken Creek. The result is remarkable
Spring Mtn Fire Safe Council completed the first phase of a shaded fuel break on parcels bordering Hwy 29 and Bothe Park targeted grazing
The goal is to improve the health of this important forest while reducing a wildfire’s intensity as it approaches the community of Angwin
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