Post-Fire Forest Resources
This publication discusses issues that forest landowners should consider following a wildfire in their forest, including how to assess fire impacts, protect valuable property from damage due to erosion, where to go for help and financial assistance, how to salvage dead trees or replant on your land, and how to claim a casualty loss on your tax return.
A guide for assessing fire-injured common conifers found in California, including Douglas-fir and Ponderosa Pine.
All encompassing guide for maintaining, designing, upgrading and closing rural roads. Helpful to mitigate post-fire erosion from damaged roads, skid trails, and dozer lines.
This publication provides information on how to assess burn damage in oak trees and provides guidelines for determining whether trees should be cut down or saved.
Resource for all things oaks, including information on Oak Woodlands and Fire
All the papers and research that was discussed at the 2016 Coast Redwood Science Symposium in 2016. Including fire affects
Influence of compounding fires on coast redwood regeneration and stand structure (Brousil and Bisbing, 2017)
The enigmatic fire regime of coast redwood forests and why it matters (Varner and Jules, 2017)
Technical Assistance and Professional Resources
Post-fire assistance: provide technical assistance, financial assistance, and has helpful resources. Each County has a local office.
Each County has a local office that can provide technical and financial assistance.
Most management activities on forest lands will require a Registered Professional Forester (RPF).