Dedication and Service

Willow Creek Fire Safe Council President Barbara Darst (not pictured) presented certificates of appreciation to outgoing board members Guy Conversano (right), Susan Abbott (left), and Laurel Reimann (center) for their dedication and service to the council. The Willow Creek Fire Safe Council meets the first Thursday of each month and welcomes new members. Fore more […] Read More →

Willow Creek Firesafe Council Locates Historical Cemetery Under Brush

The project began under a $93,000 US Forest Service Grant to clear the property—to make it firesafe. It grew to include several acres of Klamath Trinity Joint Unified School District property near Trinity Valley Elementary School (TVES). Although the school isn’t paying for the service, the Firesafe Council volunteered to help, soliciting the help of Humboldt County inmates who owe community service hours. So, last Friday, the inmates, clad in blue jeans and denim shirts worked a full day clearing several acres near TVES. Read More →

Uncovering History

John Johnson and Barbara Darst show the boundaries of the 1850s era cemetery uncovered near Trinity Valley Elementary School (TVES) during a Firesafe Council clearing project. Willow Creek Firesafe Council President,  Barbara Darst said the project will help keep the school safe from fire as well as wildlife and feral cats. “They ... Read More →

Willow Creek Fire Safe Council Hosts Chipper Day

The Willow Creek Fire Safe Council will be holding a free neighborhood chipper day in Burnt Ranch area on Saturday, Oct. 15. The target is Hennessey Road - up to 4 miles off Highway 299, School Road and Underwood Mtn. Road – up to USFS land 4 to 4 1/2 miles off Highway 299. Read More →

Willow Creek Fire Safe Council Planning 2 Public Workshops for Greater Willow Creek Area

The Willow Creek Fire Safe Council (WCFSC) is planning two public workshops for the public review draft of the Community Wildfire Protection Plan for the Greater Willow Creek Area. Read More →