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
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.
The Napa Communities Firewise Foundation, together with the Spring Mountain and St. Helena Fire Safe Councils, on Sunday announced the completion of a wildfire safety project on the west side of St. Helena.
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.
Today is a historic day for Napa County and its citizens. Today the Napa County Board of Supervisors agreed to fund $1 million to Napa Firewise for fire fuel mitigation for this fiscal year ending in June, and $5.4 million…