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Posted by: News_Desk on 05/11/2021 05:45 PM Updated by: News_Desk on 05/11/2021 05:45 PM
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Weather, Fire Behavior and Trends in the Central Sierra

West Point, CA... The Amador-Calaveras Consensus Group (ACCG) will be hosting a 45-min virtual presentation followed by discussion with Dr. Janice Coen and colleagues, titled “Weather, Fire Behavior and Trends in the Central Sierra”, on Wednesday, May 19th during the ACCG’s monthly general meeting from 9a-12p.



Dr. Coen is a Project Scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, and studies wildland fire behavior and its interaction with weather. Dr. Coen and colleagues will discuss fire-weather related interactions from their research looking at previous fires in the Sierra, including the King, Rim, North, and Creek Fires, and also work in the Yuba watershed. Contact the ACCG Administrator (meganl.chips@gmail.com) for meeting information or visit the ACCG’s website to learn more
(https://acconsensus.org/2021/05/11/weather-fire-behavior-and-trends-in-the-central-sierra-an-accghosted-virtual-presentation-by-dr-janice-coen-and-colleagues-may-19th/).

The ACCG (https://acconsensus.org/) is an informal, community-based group of diverse stakeholders that works to create fire-safe communities, healthy forests and watersheds, and sustainable local economies, primarily in the upper Mokelumne and Calaveras River watersheds east of Highway 49. Its members include state and federal agencies, business owners, nonprofit organizations, elected officials and private individuals.

During our monthly general meetings, we invite scientists, researchers and practitioners to come speak on a wide variety of topics related to ecosystem management, health and resiliency. These presentations provide an opportunity for deep engagement and discussion, and assists the collaborative find science- and consensus-based pathways to achieving our triple bottom line of fire-safe communities, healthy forests and watersheds, and sustainable local economies across the ACCG landscape. Click the link to view some of our past presentations: https://acconsensus.org/resources/videos/.


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Posted on: 2021-05-11 19:23:36   By: Anonymous
 
Really! This group knows best? I don’t think so! Why don’t you ask the men and women who fought fires and are now retired? They might be able to tell you why we have a problem. Trouble is you might not want to hear the truth!

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    If you look at old photos you can see where they removed the fuel and sold it. The old towns were cleared around after they burned to the ground several times. It is all visible in pictures from history. The knowledge and best practices are visible from the past.

    Seems pretty obvious that nothing is going to be done to stop this happening unless the people rise up and stop it themselves by removing those who are responsible. Stop all the needless suffering, loss of homes, pets, wildlife, natural beauty, businesses and health should be the top priority. Not enough is being done to remove the fuel, very little fuel is being removed during the year. We need an army of workers removing the fuel immediately, enough is enough.

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