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Farming through Wildfire Season: The Key role of Farmers in Building Wildfire Resilience

By Katie Brimm and Natalia Pinzón Originally written for and published by the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network Wildfire becomes more a part of agriculturalists’ (farmers, ranchers, orchardists, grazers etc) lives across the world every day. Climate change, combined with years of fire suppression policies, have brought an unsettlingly new normal of increasingly devastating wildfires. […]

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Wildfire Response: Evacuating with TurkeyTail Farm

Farmers Cheetah and Samantha run TurkeyTail Farm in Yankee Hill, California, a diversified farm with vegetables, mushrooms, flowers, livestock, and other value-added products. During the Camp Fire in Butte County, they were evacuated for 28 days and lost everything but their livestock to severe fire damage – including their home. In this two-part blog series, the farmers

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Upcoming Workshop: Community Wildfire Resilience

Feb 28th, 2:30pm PST | Small Farms Conference The unpredictability and sheer magnitude of fires can leave farmers and ranchers feeling threatened and helpless. The size, longevity and intensity of wildfires is rapidly increasing in the Western region, with record breaking fire seasons every year. This Interactive Group Forum brings the audience together to share

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