Lucky Day

21-11 Joe OHaraVolunteers of the Willow Creek Fire Safe Council held their annual corned beef and cabbage feed fundraiser on Friday, March 13. The Fire Safe Council is currently promoting the Fire Adapted Landscapes and Safe Homes (FLASH)  program. FLASH is a cost share program designed to assist property owners with the job of reducing their risk […] Read More →

Fire Safe

Willow Creek Fire Safe Council member Joe O’Hara showed off his St. Patrick’s Day finery during the Council’s corned beef and cabbage fundraiser on Friday, March 14, at the VFW Hall. The Fire Safe Council helps homeowners reduce the threat of fire and works to clear away brush from roads near town. /Photo by Kristan […] 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 →

Willow Creek Fire Safe Council Seeking Active Participants

The Willow Creek Fire Safe Council (WCFSC) is asking community members if they are interested in participating in community meetings to discuss fire safety and forest managment of U.S. Forest Service (USFS) projects around the communities of the Lower Trinity. Read More →