Have you been wondering if California’s National Forestland will close again this year?
CalOHA, President and CEO Dyana Kelley has been in contact with the National Forest Service to determine the likelihood of a shutdown before Labor Day.
Current fire activity is minimal, and the agencies have been able to successfully manage the activity thus far. Additional resources have made it possible for teams to react quicky and effectively. So long as fire conditions continue to be minimal a region wide forest closure is not likely however, any new fire start has the potential for large fire growth. Should resources become tapped, a statewide closure could occur.
Regularly check with your areas forest service and follow them on social media to receive the latest updates. Please see links below to find information on your district. Unsure which district you are in? Check here to find out.
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