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The Board, staff and volunteers of the Butte County Fire Safe Council would like to express our sincere heartbreak to all those affected by the Camp Fire. Our heart goes out to the great people in our communities.

We plan to continue our efforts to keep our communities fire safe and being actively involved in clean up and recovery efforts. If you would like to donate to these efforts, please use the link below.

 
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 Fire Recovery for Landowners

Folder Newsletters

Documents

pdf WildFire Times 2009 Popular

1058 downloads

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2009-Newsletter.pdf

WildFire Times 2009

Dante's Inferno - Remembering the Humboldt Fire

Interview with Garrett Needles of Fire Station 33 in Magalia

Creating a wildfire safe neighborhood

Published Summer 2009

pdf Living with Fire in Butte County Winter 2008 Popular

1012 downloads

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2008Winter-Newsletter.pdf

Living with Fire in Butte County Winter 2008

Wildfire Safe Summit

Updated Fire History Map

Published Winter 2008

pdf Living with Fire in Butte County Summer 2008 Popular

833 downloads

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2008Fall-Newsletter.pdf

Living with Fire in Butte County Summer 2008

Chipper Program statistics

Areas burned in Humboldt and Butte Lightning Complex Fires

Published Summer 2008

pdf Living with Fire in Butte County Spring 2008 Popular

833 downloads

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2008Spring-Newsletter.pdf

Living with Fire in Butte County Spring 2008

Celebrating 10 years of wildfire safety

Butte County Fire History map

Published Spring 2008

pdf Living with Fire in Butte County 2007 Popular

859 downloads

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2007-Newsletter.pdf

Living with Fire in Butte County 2007

Defensible space - Why do you need it?

Sixth grade 'Wildfire in the Foothills' program prepares youth for wildfire

Shaded fuel breaks

Published 2007