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1 North Yuba Forest Partnership releases interactive story map detailing unique values of North Yuba River watershed and ongoing planning efforts
2 Innovative partnership to reduce wildfire risk and secure healthier, more resilient forests throughout the North Yuba River watershed
3 Innovative Finance Model Accelerates Forest Restoration
4 SYRCL, Nisenan join multi-agency effort to restore North Yuba River watershed
5 U.S. Army joining USDA Forest Service Wildland Fire Operations in California
6 Unprecedented effort to combat risk of catastrophic wildfire announced
7 PG&E power outages amid fires affect tens of thousands
8 PSPS 2020 #2, Sept. 27-28
9 CA Fires 2020: Crews Brace For Critical Fire Day; 3.7M Acres Burn
10 SYRCL receives funding for Forest Health Partnership in the Yuba River Watershed
11 Search underway for 19 missing after monster fires
12 – Rampaging Fires Send US Western Forests Up in Smoke | ENS
13 1 more victim identified in North Complex West Zone fire | Update
14 Nevada County tire amnesty week, sponsored by the Bureau of Land Management and partners
15 Slater Fire in Siskiyou County: Second person found dead in Slater Fire burning in Siskiyou County
16 Documentary "Not If But When: Wildfire Solutions" screening at the Wild&Scenic Film Festival
17 TRUMP's silence on Western wildfires — Did Covid-19 reach LA first? — Hoover fellow, POTUS adviser SCOTT ATLAS under fire — SF to reopen hair, nail salons, gym
18 There's a new way for investors to turn a profit while helping California prevent fires
19 French Meadows Partnership Completes its First Season of Work
20 Beneficiaries of Headwater Forests Can Be Key Partners in Developing More Resilient California
21 Hank Meals: Don’t visit the South Yuba River this summer, it’s too crowded
22 Resource Conservation District awarded $1.8 million to restore watershed and forest land
23 Wildfire spreading in Yuba County in Tahoe National Forest, U.S. Forest Service says
24 New Tools Indicate How Thinning and Fire Affect Forest Water Use and Boost Runoff | Newsroom
25 Forest Resilience Bond to help fund $4.6 million restoration project to mitigate wildfire risk in Tahoe National Forest
26 From Space and in the Air, NASA Tracks California’s Wildfires
27 Conservationists Team Up to Protect Iconic Landscape North of Lake Tahoe for Wildlife, Water and Backcountry Recreation
28 CA Fires Latest: 1.32 Million Acres Burn, 1700 Structures Gone
29 Collaborative partnership results in first ever release of 115 zoo-reared Foothill yellow-legged frogs
30 Tahoe National Forest Update: June 4-June 11
31 Tahoe National Forest Update: May 7-14
32 Evacuations Ordered For Nearly 4,000 As Jones Fire Burns West Of Nevada City
33 U.S. Forest Service celebrates Earth Day in the Tahoe National Forest
34 Collaborative Group Releases a Landscape Restoration Strategy for One-Third of the Lake Tahoe Basin
35 Tahoe National Forest Update: May 28-June 4
36 Jones Fire still threatening Nevada County homes as California fires stretch resources thin
37 ‘Love Yuba Like A Local’: Advocates Urge Visitors To Respect The River
38 Investing in Forest Health
39 CA Fires: 104459 Acres Burn As More Blazes Break Out
40 Weather favorable in fight against California’s large fires
41 Placer Land Trust Permanently Protects 192 Acres on Foresthill Divide
42 People are coming to us in 'record numbers' to open brokerage accounts: NerdWallet CEO
43 Grouse Ridge Forest Easement for Bear Yuba Land Trust PG&E Land Donated to University of California
44 Fighting fires with "forest resilience" bonds
45 Restrictions easing at Lake Tahoe: Forest campgrounds reopen, boat inspections returning
46 Inspired activism: 'Regenerate' at Wild & Scenic Film Festival, running Thursday through Monday
47 'Putting the forest first': Nevada County residents, Sierra Business Council make the case for local biomass energy facilities
48 Antelope Fire Burns 102 Acres In Tahoe National Forest In Sierra County
49 Forest Service hits pause on prescribed burns throughout the Pacific Northwest
50 Red Salmon Complex is now 35 percent contained and 12,856 acres
51 Tahoe Conservancy accepts $1.95 million grant to co-manage 2.4 million-acre Tahoe-Central Sierra Initiative
52 Landscape restoration strategy covers one-third of Lake Tahoe Basin
53 Fire Weather Danger and PSPS #5 & 6
54 Lightning-sparked fire causes evacuation warning near Happy Camp
55 House Committee Holds Hearing on Wildfire Impact, Calls for Improved Forest Management
56 Ben Young Fire burns more than 1,200 acres, 65% contained
57 A National Forest sign in Montana went missing, so one woman carved a new one
58 Natural Resources Agency and Department of Conservation Announce Awards for the Regional Forest and Fire Capacity Program
59 After the fire: Blazes pose hidden threat to the West's drinking water
60 Wildfires keeping Northern California air unhealthy. When might the smoke clear?
61 CDFW Awards $37 Million for Ecosystem and Watershed Restoration, Protection and Scientific Study Projects
62 Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest expected to move to extreme fire danger on Wednesday
63 California Tahoe Conservancy accepts $1.95M grant
64 California Coronavirus Updates: Nail Salons, Other Services Can Open Next Week
65 Forest Service releases assessment of Pacific Northwest forests
66 Lower Scotts Flat Trail moves forward; NID partners to provide land for trails and support recreation
67 Man accused of setting fire on forest land in Tahoe City
68 Forest Service plans to reopen Oregon recreation sites 'in coming weeks'
69 Nevada County Office of Emergency Services continues to grow and implement robust wildfire mitigation strategies into 2020
70 Booming thunderstorm caps wild weather weekend in Sacramento, but heat wave continues
71 CDFW Grant Awards Announced: Humboldt County and the Region Garner Nearly $7 Million
72 New partnership established to protect Lake Tahoe and Central Sierra
73 Placer County temporarily extends alcohol ban on the Truckee River until Oct. 15
74 Community partners urge Yuba River visitors to be safe
75 Day-biting mosquitoes that can carry yellow fever, Zika virus spread to Yuba City
76 Crane Fire burning near Lakeview grows to 2,918 acres and is 25 percent contained.
77 Source of South Yuba River’s contamination identified, Nevada County officials say
78 Orion Partners with the 18th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival
79 County says previously identified source may not have caused Yuba River E. coli plume
80 Umpqua National Forest increases Industrial Fire Precaution
81 Forest Service mourns the loss of Happy Camp wildland firefighter
82 Wildfire conditions for Oregon and California may be worse, earlier than predicted
83 Riverside County Woman Vanishes, Car Found In Northern California
84 Virtual town hall to discuss wildfire preparedness and fire protection services Monday
85 Evacuation warning in Siskiyou County near Horse Creek due to wildfire
86 California Coronavirus Updates: New Sacramento Health Order Allows More Outdoor Businesses
87 Red flag warning issued for parts of Northern California ahead of windy forecast
88 ODF closes some state forests until further notice because of human waste and trash
89 Month: April 2020
90 Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship Launches Connected Communities
91 'Trash, human waste' forces Oregon forestry officials to shut down dispersed camping
92 Top scientist knew Big Basin was at risk for a catastrophic fire, cried over it in a 2019 podcast
93 Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest opens more campgrounds, recreation areas
94 CA
95 Sierra Nevada Conservancy Governing Board Awards More Than $3 Million for Restoration Projects
96 Shoppers swarm Northern California mall as rural counties persist in defying statewide lockdown
97 Fire crews respond to 35-acre wildfire near Canyonville
98 Meet the candidates for supervisor
99 Caldwell fire nears 8,000 acres, burning in Lava Beds National Monument
100 Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest plans gradual reopening of campsites, recreation areas