Sunday, January 28, 2024 (was originally January 21)
9:00am – 2:00pm
Meet at the Dwight Center
FREE, donations welcome
Ages 16 and up welcome
Pepperwood in collaboration with the Good Fire Alliance and the Sonoma County Forest Working Group are excited to offer: Remote pile burning for fuels reduction. Join expert land stewards and gain hands-on experience learning:
- How to create and burn safe, clean burning brush and woody debris piles
- What precautions are needed for pile burning in a location where water is not plumbed
- What permits are needed from air quality and fire districts
- About the potential benefits of forest fuel reduction
- Ecological restoration opportunities that can be associated with pile burning
Site/Terrain: In order to get to the workshop site participants will need to hike 5-10 minutes down a dirt road, with uneven footing and varied terrain. After the workshop we will need to hike 5-10 minutes uphill, on the dirt road to get back to our vehicles.
Gear: Dress for field work and being in the weather: sturdy work boots, work clothes (long pants), non-synthetic layers (cotton is great). Bring gloves, eye protection, water, a hat and sunscreen.
Lunch: Bring a bag lunch. Please bring a water bottle.
Weather: Light rain will NOT cancel the event. Participants will receive an email the day before the event if a storm will cancel.
COVID Protocols: Masks are not required. Please practice good hand washing hygiene. If you do not feel well, please do not attend.
For questions about the details of this event, please contact Devyn Friedfel, Assistant Preserve Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sunday, January 28, 2024 (was originally January 21) 9:00am – 2:00pm Meet at the Dwight Center FREE, donations welcome Ages 16 and up welcome Pepperwood in collaboration with the Good Fire Alliance and the Sonoma County Forest Working Group are excited to offer: Remote pile burning for fuels reduction. Join expert land stewards and gain hands-on […]firstname.lastname@example.org