2015 Drought and Fire Danger Updates

Unsure about how to help the health of the forest and reduce fire danger? Let the Forest Committee help.

Grant to remove dead trees

Cambria has been awarded a $498,736 grant to reduce the fire fuel hazard of dead trees. Read the Cambrian’s coverage here.  Greenspace executive director Connie Gannon writes about how this can involve the Forest Committee here. Attend the November 11 Forest Committee meeting at Rabobank, 6:30 pm, to learn more.

The Organizational and Funding Options for Implementation for the Cambria Monterey Pine Forest Management Plan is now posted on the Forest-Related Documents page. Please read it and attend the November 11 meeting, 6:30 pm, at Rabobank.

This site contains information about the Cambria Forest Committee including

The Committee meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm at Rabobank on Main Street in Cambria. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Contact the Committee by e-mail:  forest @ cambriaforestcommittee.org

Contact us by mail at:  Cambria Forest Committee    PO Box 23   Cambria, CA 93428

Billion Tree Campaign

The Cambria Forest Committee is a proud participant of the UN Billion Tree Campaign. To view the Cambria Forest Committee’s registered trees, click the link below and look for Cambria Forest Committee and Bill Schassberger:


Covell Ranch Fuel Break Information

View information about the Covell Ranch Fire Fuel Break plans on the Special Projects page.

Next Meeting: November 11, 2015, Rabobank, Cambria.  6:30pm  Open to everyone.

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