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WMA Nominations Closing Friday

Wildfire Mitigation Award Nominations – Closing November 13th   The Wildfire Mitigation Awards are the highest national honor one can receive for outstanding work and significant program impact in wildfire preparedness and mitigation. Hurry – The nomination period is almost over.   These awards are designed to recognize outstanding service in wildfire preparedness and […]


The Costs of Wildfire in California

Full Report Project Details Executive Summary One Pager Press Release Project Overview Process This report, undertaken by CCST and made possible with support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, summarizes the state of knowledge regarding wildfire losses and their associated costs across key sectors. […]


Application Period Opens Today for Hazard Mitigation Grants

Application Period Opens Today for Hazard Mitigation Grants The application period for FEMA’s fiscal year 2020 Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) grants under the Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) and new Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) programs is now open. Eligible applicants must apply for funding […]


After the Flames 2020 Webinar Series

After the Flames 2020 Webinar Series SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 1:00 – 3:00 PM MDT Virtual discussion with Pete Robichaud Rocky Mountain Research Station Efficacy of Post-fire Treatments What does the current research tell us about effective post-fire recovery? Thank you to Western Cohesive Wildland Fire […]


2020 Grant Program Now Accepting Applications

UPDATE 5/28/20: Webinar and PowerPoint Slides Now Available in our Program Guidance Section California Fire Safe Council announces the opening of the 2020 Grants Program on May 15, 2020. There is up to $1.4 million available for project funding. Applications need to submitted no later […]


CFSC COVID-19 Strategy: Advice to Our Partners

    CFSC COVID-19 Strategy: Advice to Our Partners   Our world has changed! The COVID-19 does not have an expiration date as of this moment and we must recognize that the 2020 fire season will come and go, regardless of the virus. California residents […]

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