Have you heard about the Tahoe Network of Fire Adapted Communities? It is an organization of Tahoe Resource Conservation District in partnership with the Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team that seeks to connect residents of Lake Tahoe Basin communities with the resources they need to work toward becoming fire adapted. In response to the growing wildfire threat, the Tahoe Network seeks to unite like-minded individuals who want to prepare their homes and communities before a wildfire occurs. Learn more about this organization here.




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2017 Fire Season Outlook

Tia Rancourt, North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District, provided this information on behalf of the Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team – With one of the biggest winters we have experienced in years and the snowpack level at 200-300% of normal, … Continue reading

Widespread Prescribed Fire Operations Continue

An update from the Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team – North Lake Tahoe and Tahoe Douglas fire protection districts, California State Parks, and the U.S. Forest Service may continue prescribed fire operations next week beginning May 1, 2017.  If conditions … Continue reading

Agencies Continue Prescribed Fire Operations at Lake Tahoe

Weather and conditions permitting, Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District, California State Parks and the U.S. Forest Service may continue prescribed fire operations beginning April 3, 2017.  Operations may take place near Tahoe City, Glenbrook, Round Hill, Kingsbury Grade, and Meyers.  … Continue reading

Are Your Holiday Decorations Fire Safe?

The Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team urges all Lake Tahoe Basin residents to know how to safely decorate for the holidays –  Holiday decorating is a tradition in homes all over the world, but do you know how to safely … Continue reading

Fall Prescribed Fire Program to Begin in Lake Tahoe Basin

The Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team (TFFT), which includes federal, state and local fire and land management agencies in the Lake Tahoe Basin, will begin their fall prescribed fire operations as early as next week, weather permitting. “Prescribed fire is … Continue reading