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Member Directory

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  1. Karuk Tribe, Department of Natural Resources

    Orleans, CA

    In 1979, the United States federal government recognized the Karuk Tribe as being a sovereign... Read More

  2. Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team

    South Lake Tahoe, CA

    The Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team (TFFT) consists of representatives of Tahoe Basin fire agencies,... Read More

  3. Lenya Quinn-Davidson

    Lenya is a core staff person for the FAC Learning Network, where she acts as a member liaison,... Read More

  4. Karuna Greenberg

    Sawyers Bar, CA

    Karuna Greenberg is the Restoration Director for the Salmon River Restoration Council, she... Read More

  5. Forest Schafer

    South Lake Tahoe, CA

    Forest works around the Tahoe Basin with the Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team. Read More

  6. Katherine Van Pelt

    I am in Grants & Agreements at The Watershed Research & Training Center. I work with the Fire... Read More

  7. Rob Ball

    Rancho Cucamonga, CA

    I am the Fire Marshal for the Rancho Cucamonga Fire Protection District. The Fire District... Read More

  8. Jennifer Fawcett

    I work at North Carolina State University as a coordinator for the SERPPAS Prescribed Fire Work... Read More

  9. Terra Fuego Resource Foundation

    Terra Fuego implements landscape level restoration, conservation, and risk reduction to improve... Read More

  10. Allison Jolley

    Allison is the communications manager for the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network, where... Read More

  11. Susie Kocher

    South Lake Tahoe, CA

    I'm an extension forester for the University of California Cooperative Extension in the Central... Read More

  12. FIRESafe MARIN

    San Anselmo, CA

    FIRESafe MARIN History FIRESafe MARIN was the second fire safe council formed in the US. In... Read More

  13. Donna Harmon

    I am a retired Forest Service District Ranger, now on the Watershed Research and Training Center... Read More

  14. Kate Wilkin

    Yuba City, CA

    Dr. Kate Wilkin is the new Forest and Fire Adviser with UC Cooperative Extension in Butte,... Read More

  15. Tracy Katelman

    Eureka, CA

    I'm a Registered Professional Forester in northwestern California. I've been working on... Read More

  16. Colton Fire Department

    Colton, CA

    The Colton Fire Department is located in the Inland Empire area of southern California. Colton... Read More

  17. Humboldt County Fire Safe Council

    Eureka, CA

    The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors (Board) formed the Humboldt County Fire Safe Council... Read More

  18. Lois Hopkins

    Lois Hopkins is with the Sonoma County Office of Recovery & Resiliency, working on the County's... Read More

  19. Prometheus Fire Consulting

    San Jose, CA

    Prometheus Fire Consulting specializes in prescribed fire burn planning and implementation. We... Read More

  20. Nevada County Resource Conservation District

    Grass Valley, CA

    The Nevada County Resource Conservation District (NCRCD) was founded on January 4, 1944 with a... Read More

  21. Chester Public Utility District and Fire Department

    Chester Public Utility District and Fire Department is a combination Fire Department in North... Read More

  22. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

    Berkeley, CA

    The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is a US Department of Energy Science Laboratory... Read More

  23. Hills Emergency Forum

    The Hills Emergency Forum is a nine agency member forum in the East Bay (San Francisco Bay, CA).... Read More

  24. The Fire Restoration Group

    After 22-years of fire restoration advocacy in California I (Craig) retired from Sierra Forest... Read More

  25. Seigler Springs Community Redevelopment Association

    Seigler Springs Community Redevelopment Association was established after the Valley Fire in... Read More

  26. Edith Hannigan

    Sacramento, CA

    Edith is the statewide manager for the California Board of Forestry and Fire Protection’s land... Read More

  27. Nathan Stephens

    I am the president of the Robinson Creek Road Association and am actively moving the community... Read More

  28. California Fire Science Consortium / UC Berkeley

    The California Fire Science Consortium (as part of the Joint Fire Science Program's Fire Science... Read More

  29. Vicki Chase

    I am a retired registered nurse which gives me excellent assessment and communication skills. I... Read More

  30. Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center

    The Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center is dedicated to protecting and restoring the renown... Read More

  31. Martin Main

    I am the organizer and chairman of Bear River Ranch Area Firewise, a member of the Board of... Read More

  32. Mid Klamath Watershed Council

    The Mid Klamath Watershed Council (MKWC) is a non-profit watershed restoration organization... Read More

  33. Joe Christy

    I've helped found two fire safe councils, Bonny Doon FSC in 2010 and the broader Fire Safe Santa... Read More

  34. Zeke Lunder

    Chico, CA

    Zeke Lunder has been working as a geographer on wildfire and forestry projects since 1995. He... Read More

  35. Sonoma County Fire Prevention Division

    The Sonoma County Department of Emergency Services – Fire Prevention Division, is primarily... Read More

  36. El Dorado Hills Fire Department

    El Dorado Hills, CA

    The El Dorado Hills Fire Department is very active in supporting our citizens be come more aware... Read More

  37. Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians

    Dore Bietz is the Planner/ Emergency Manager for the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians and works... Read More

  38. California Fire Safe Council

    McClellan, CA

    The California Fire Safe Council has been working since 1993 to build strong, community-based... Read More

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