Please join us on June 23 and 24, 2022 at the Lucerne Castle to take part in a three-part series of initial workshops focused on reducing community risk and increasing collaborative fire adaptation work in Lake County.
We have all seen the widespread and long-term impacts of wildfire in our communities over the past several years. In response, Lake County’s community groups, nonprofits, and government partners have made major efforts to reduce fuel loads, mitigate risk, and educate community members about how to prepare for and stay safe during a fire.
Now, as community-wide efforts are growing to prepare for the next dry season and adapt to fire overall, we are inviting you to come refine and maximize our community and government collaboration around wildfire. The goal of these workshops is to lay a solid foundation for partners to identify, adopt, and implement further administrative, institutional, communication, joint fundraising, outreach and educational tools and structures to make fire adaptation work successful in the short and long terms.
Specifically, these workshops will aim to produce a common operating picture of stakeholders and capacities; identify communication structures to support collaborative work; surface priorities for fire adaptation projects in Lake County; and create a collaborative roadmap for moving forward.
Location: Lucerne Castle 3700 Country Club Drive, Lucerne, CA. 95458
Dates and Times:
- Thursday, June 23 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (lunch will be provided)
- Friday, June 24 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Your work is vital to this effort, and we would value your participation in these workshops.
RSVP: Angelina Fagundo firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 998-8642