Learn about managing trees and plants and the importance of calling 811 before you dig.
You can help protect your home and community from wildfire risks. Start by picking the right plants and trees for your area.
Take the defensible space self-assessment survey to determine how prepared your home is for wildfire and learn what steps you can take to better prepare your home for wildfire.
This helps discover, locate, and confirm fire ignition by quickly scaling fire resources up or down. Monitor fire behavior during containment. It helps evacuations through enhanced situational awareness.
Komodo Fire Systems was founded by Silicon Valley pioneers in green technology who have over two decades of expertise in the field.
Environmentally-friendly, water-based, non-toxic, non-hazardous fire fighting solutions
The Forest Service works with partners at all levels to respond to and manage invasive species, as well as other native pests and diseases, that threaten the lands and waters of the United States.
The Climate Ready Team focuses on both reducing our emissions through Climate Action Plans and preparing for the effects of climate change through the Climate Ready Collaborative.
SelecTree is a tool to help you have more accurate information and pictures about the nearest tree in your neighborhood, characteristics you have seen are important identify the correct tree, tree shape, leaf form, etc. 🌴🌲🌳
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Cal-IPC provides science-based tools and information to help land managers and others make the best choices by categorizing plants that threaten California’s natural areas.
Have a greater understanding of how defensible space and home hardening can help save your home from the effects of devastating wildfires By completing this self-assessment.
A website you can use to learn about plants that grow wild in California (both native plants and weeds)
Information in Calflora comes from many sources: the Consortium of California Herbaria, iNaturalist, public agencies, non-profits, scientists, private donors, and you!