• Greater Willow Creek

    Humboldt County Resource Conservation District and partners were awarded funding under the U.S. Forest Service‚Äôs Community Wildfire Defense Grant to implement a suite of area-wide outreach, education, and implementation actions as well as the implementation of 9 priority fuels reduction projects in and around the communities Willow Creek, Salyer, and Hawkins Bar to improve the resiliency of… Read More
  • Redway Shaded Fuel Break

    Enhancing community protection and forest health in partnership with private landowners, Southern Humboldt Fire Safe Council, and CAL FIRE. Read More
  • Mattole and Salmon Creek Forest Health and Wildfire Resilience Project

    The Mattole and Salmon Creek Forest Health and Wildfire Resilience Project will treat 1,022 acres of forest and grasslands near Petrolia and Salmon Creek, resulting in landscape-level enhancements to forest health while critically reducing wildfire risk and contributing to the safety of local residents. This project is a collaboration between state and local agencies, non-profits,… Read More
  • Improving Forest Health in the Yurok Community Forest and Salmon Sanctuary

    For the past decade the Yurok Tribe and Western Rivers Conservancy (WRC) have been working together to acquire over 47,000 acres of timberland along the lower Klamath River. The purpose of this acquisition is to return Yurok ancestral lands to Yurok ownership, to protect the Blue Creek watershed and its cultural and ecological importance by… Read More
  • Wildfire Resiliency Planning for Mail Ridge

    Project summary The purpose of this project is to advance the planning of a multi-phased fuel reduction project identified as a priority project in the Humboldt County Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) along and adjacent to the crest of Mail Ridge, a 54-mile-long strategic ridgeline in southern Humboldt and northern Mendocino Counties. This ambitious project… Read More
  • East Garberville Shaded Fuel Break

    Enhancing community protection and forest health in partnership with private landowners, Southern Humboldt Fire Safe Council, and CAL FIRE. Read More