Since its development in 2020, the Siskiyou PBA has conducted prescribed burns and workforce trainings throughout Siskiyou County as well as outreach meetings to engage diverse stakeholders in increasing local prescribed fire capacity.
|Acres Underburned||Acres Pile Burned||# Burns Conducted||# Interagency Burns Supported||# of Training Workshops||# of Community Members Engaged|
Alan Kramer, Etna Fire Chief, burned the forest next to his house with the Siskiyou PBA in April 2021 to increase the health of his forest and protect his home and community from wildfire threats.
The first Siskiyou PBA burn occurred in this oak woodland in Yreka, CA in March 2021
Michael Stapelton and his wife Betsy burned their property outside Etna with the Siskiyou PBA in March 2021 to improve forest health and reduce wildfire risks to their home and neighborhood
A prescribed burn in Weed in March 2021 to reduce fire risk and improve habitat
Isaiha Williams lights hand piles on Quartz Valley Indian Reservation in December 2021
|ACRES BURNED||Understory Burned||Pile Burned|
| 2021|| 35 acres|| 77 acres|
|2022 (to date)||33 acres|