Please join us to learn about fuel hazard reduction treatments and their relationship to fire hazards, chaparral ecology, birds, small mammals, & plant communities; tour a 10-year old fire/fire-surrogate study; and help build a decision support tool that focuses on these key questions: Should we treat or accept fuel hazard? If treatments occur, What treatment should be used?, and When should treatments occur?
A $10 registration fee includes morning and afternoon refreshments. Please bring your own sack lunch and water for the field trip.
Please come prepared to learn in the classroom and field, and contribute to a chaparral decision support tool. For the field trip wear comfortable clothes and sturdy shoes with good traction, and bring water and a sack lunch.
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