Project funds for 2014 have not yet been determined.
However, due to funds remaining in previously issued 5-year cooperative agreements, work will continue on the following multi-year projects:
**RECOVERY ACT FUEL REDUCTION PROJECTS**
- Limantour Fuel Break - Bishop pine thinning along Limantour Road - Point Reyes National Seashore
- Inverness Ridge Fuel Break / Bayview Fire Road Maintenance - Point Reyes National Seashore
Funding provided by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act enabled crews to work on a series of hazardous fuel reduction projects
from November 2009 through September 2010.
See an example of a thinning treatment
(265 KB PDF).
Read the success story.
Fire plays a significant role in the ecosystems at Point Reyes National Seashore. The fire regime has varied over time in response to both climatic changes and human activity. Fire history at Point Reyes has been shaped by lightning, as well as by the land management practices of Native Americans, ranchers, loggers, and most recently, the National Park Service.
The goals of the Point Reyes Fire Management Program are:
- Protect Firefighters, the Public, and Property
- Maintain or Improve Conditions of Natural Resources and Protect these Resources from Adverse Impacts
- Maximize Efforts to Protect Cultural Resources from Adverse Effects of Fire Management Practices
- Foster and Maintain Effective Community and Interagency Fire Management Partnerships
- Foster a High Degree of Understanding of Fire and Fuels Management among Park Employees, Neighbors, and Visitors
- Improve Knowledge and Understanding of Fire and Continue to Refine Fire Management Practices
The Point Reyes Fire Management Program is part of the .
Fire staff based at Point Reyes also serve , , , and .
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