The California Klamath-Siskiyou FLN is building a rich network of practitioners and community leaders from across the Trinity and Mid-Klamath region. Together, they are sharing their challenges, ideas, best practices and human institutional capital to increase the acceptance and use of prescribed fire and unplanned ignitions to protect and restore ecosystems and human communities. CKS FLN leaders are also helping to spearhead regional organizing, shared learning and collective action across northern California, and are partnering with colleagues in the southern Sierra and Central Coast regions to increase their collective impact and effect similar outcomes in those regions.
In the Trinity Mountains landscape, partners are working to increase the pace and scale of community protection and ecological restoration through collaborative planning, community engagement, capacity building and cooperative prescribed burning across ownership boundaries.

 

Learn more:

Notes from the Field: VFD Prescribed Fire Training (2016)

Notes from the Field: Third Annual NorCal TREX (Fall 2015)

Notes from the Field​: Big Creek Prescribed Burn (April 2015)

Notes from the Field​: Building Fires Means Building Trust (March 2015)

Notes from the Field: Oregon Wildfire Meets Prescribed Burn (August 2014)

Notes from the Field​​​: Klamath Fire Ecology Symposium (April 2014)

Notes from the Field: Northern California Prescribed Fire Training Exchange (November 2013)

Notes from the Field​: Rx Fire Council Fall Meeting Features Inspiring Field Tour of Burning in WUI (November 2012)

Notes from the Field​: Northern California Hosts Spanish Practitioners in Rx Fire Training Exchange (October 2012)

Notes from the Field​: Scaling-up to Promote Ecosystem Resiliency: Big Creek Prescribed Burn (November 2012)

Notes from the ​Field: Trinity Mountains Implementation Update (February 2012)

Notes from the Field​​: California Klamath-Siskiyou FLN, Northern California Prescribed Fire Council Workshop (May 2011)


FAC Net blog post: Biomass Utilization and Surviving the Pursuit of a Bright Idea (August 2018)

 

Other regional work:

Members of this FLN also have key leadership roles in the Northern California Prescribed Fire Council​.

The FLN also helped private landowners form the Humboldt County Prescribed Burn Association, the first PBA in California. (Read about a 2016 visit from Great Plains FLN partners in 2016 in the FAC Net blog post "Prescribed Fire Road Show," and a 2017 learning exchange in Nebraska in the FAC Net blog post "Science Tuesday: Seeing Cowboys as Catalysts.")

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