On September 27 and 28, the next meeting of the California Wildfire and Forest Resilience Task Force will be held in-person in Grass Valley with a webinar option for remote attendance. We look forward to connecting, committing to action, and collaborating on real solutions to the daunting challenges facing our communities, forests, and ecosystems.
The California Wildfire & Forest Resilience Task Force was created by the office of Governor Gavin Newsom to directly confront the near perfect storm of climatic and human-caused conditions that have brought the threat of devastating wildfire and its far-reaching effects to the doorstep of nearly everyone in our state, and beyond.
The Task Force is a collaborative effort to align the activities of federal, state, local, public, private and tribal organizations to support programs and projects tailored to the priorities and risks of each region, and bring the best available science to forest management and community protection efforts.
It’s a comprehensive and coordinated effort that is already showing progress in protecting people and property while improving the health and resiliency of the forests we love and rely on for a sustainable future. There’s a role for everybody to do their part, so we hope you’ll join us on this journey to transform how we safely and sustainably coexist with fire.
**REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED**
September 27 and 28
Northern Mines Building, Nevada County Fairgrounds:
11228 McCourtney Road, Grass Valley, CA 95949
Tuesday September 27
Click below to register for livestream Zoom webinar.
SCHEDULE + DETAILS
8:30 am: Resource Fair & Registration
10:00 am: Main Meeting
4:30 pm: Informal Networking Reception
Dinner: On Your Own
8:00 pm: Short Films on our Topic by Wild & Scenic Film Festival Team
Approximately 8:00 am to 2:00 pm: Field Tours
Jessica Haro: 650-276-6780
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