Category: Wildfire

Wildfire is Coming … Are you ready?

CAL FIRE has an excellent resource for those of you who live anywhere near a wildfire likely area. Or an area where idiots will host gender reveal parties with by lighting off fireworks in dry brush (it’s a boy, by the way … and congratulations to that new kid whose parents will most likely be …

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U.S. Forest Service Temporarily Shuts Down Eight National Forests in California

As if 2020 hasn’t given us enough gut-punches already, California is now entering wildfire season – a season that brings increasing danger and more and more property damage and loss of life every year thanks to the incompetence of California’s government and the environmental stupidity that idiotic groups like the Sierra Club call “activism.” Environmentalism …

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Apple Fire – San Bernardino National Forest

According to InciWeb, the Apple Fire has burned more than 26,000 acres, with about 5% containment. The fire is burning in, basically, virgin fire territory; there hasn’t been a fire in that area in a long time so there is a fuel density, low humidity, and high temperature equation that is allowing this fire to …

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There’s a Dam Fire In the Angeles National Forest Area North Of Azusa

Okay, it’s actually called the “Dam Fire.” And while wildfires are NEVER a laughing matter, the names they give some of them are kind of silly. (In case you didn’t know, most wildfires are named after their origin point – in this instance, that’d be near Morris Dam, San Gabriel Canyon).

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Applicants Wanted for U.S. Forest Service Wildfire Training Camp Designed for Women

The U.S. Forest Service is looking for a few great women! According to the Angeles National Forest website, USFS fire management officials are actively searching for thirty female candidates for the Fourth Annual Women-in-Wildfire Basic Training Camp 2020 edition. This is a great opportunity to get trained for entry-level wildland firefighter jobs that are available …

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