Tag Archives: Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team

June Marks the 10th Anniversary of the Angora Fire

Thanks to Lisa Herron, USFS-Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit on behalf of the Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team for this article: On June 24, 2007, embers from an illegal and abandoned campfire ignited the most destructive fire in the history … Continue reading

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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

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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

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Prepare for Wildfire Season by Creating Defensible Space

If you live in the Tahoe Basin, here is some good information for you, provided by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and the Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team – With summer here and wildfires burning in the Sierra Nevada, people … Continue reading

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Think First – Keep Tahoe Fire Safe!

The hot, dry days of summer will soon be upon us.  Preparing your home for wildfire is more important than ever. And now is a good time to get started.  June is “Wildfire Awareness Month” in the Lake Tahoe Basin, … Continue reading

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