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Forest & Tree Fire Resources

After the Fire

For an excellent review of tree mortality and fire, check out the UCCE Humboldt-Del Norte web page.

Forest & Woodland Post Fire Restoration, USDA NRCS 2017 

Forest with fire

Hazard Tree Removal, USDA NRCS

How Trees Survive and Thrive after a Fire, National Forest Foundation, Fall 2017

Managing Forests After Fire, US Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Summer, 2007

Oaks After Fire: Which will Survive? UCANR 1/2011

Post Fires Restoration on Forestland and Woodland Areas, NRCS, 2017

Preparing for Winter Following Fires, USDA NRCS 2017

Recovering from Wildfire: A Guide for California's Forest Landowners, UCANR 7/2017

Regrowing a Forest, American Forests, Winter 2012

Taking Care of Residential Trees after Wildfire, UN Reno Cooperative Extension

See also Grants & Loans

 


The Sonoma County Forest Conservation Working Group consists of forestry and conservation expertise working together to provide resources to forest landowners with the goal of protecting and sustaining healthy forests, woodlands, and watersheds in Sonoma County. Members represent forest landowners, local and regional land trusts, watershed councils, and state and local agencies.

UCCE Sonoma & Marin Environmental Horticulture Advisor, Steven Swainsvswain@ucanr.edu