Projects Designed To Reduce Fire Risk
Sonora, CA — This weekend’s Mother Lode Views will be the final segment in our four part series focused on fire resiliency in Tuolumne County.
There will be a focus on projects underway, along with those on the horizon, designed to reduce the impact of large wildfires. Topics will include the county’s Master Stewardship Agreement with the Forest Service, fire breaks, roadside clearing, and forest thinning projects. Guests will include Highway 108 FireSafe Council President Glenn Gottschall, Tuolumne County Office of Emergency Services Coordinator Liz Peterson and CAL Fire Unit Forester Adam Frese.
Earlier shows focused around the issues of the Tuolumne County Fire Initiative, evacuations and defensible space.