Our Programs

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    • Models for economic resilience
    • Forest and vegetation management project administration
    • Advocacy
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    • Peer-to-peer wildfire survivor network
    • Coaching communities to navigate wildfire recovery
    • Advocacy
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    • Informing research and prototyping innovations
    • Sharing best practices
    • Advocacy

Rebuild NorthBay Foundation (RNBF), in partnership with the five Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) of Sonoma, Mendocino, Lake, and Napa counties and Clear Lake Environmental Research Center, is offering the North Bay Forest Improvement Program to forest landowners across the four-county North Bay region.  This pilot program is made possible thanks to $5M in funding via a CALFIRE Wildfire Resilience and Forestry Assistance grant. Read more about this program.

Program News

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Happy Holidays from After the Fire! Simply Remembering Our 12 Favorite Things in 2021

Wishing you and yours all the beauty of this magical holiday season! “Thank you for your support of our evolution in 2021 to meet the needs of wildfire survivors. Please…

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After the Fire Delegation Zooms to DC to Meet with Electeds Regarding Wildfire

During the fall of 2021, After the Fire hosted an ongoing virtual advocacy delegation of local elected officials, non-profit leaders, and community members to meet with our country’s senators and…

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ONLINE EVENT: How to Plan for Rebuilding after Wildfire, and Practical Tips for Selecting a Builder

This session was recorded, and the video is posted on our YouTube Channel View this information on our Events Calendar Download pdf flyer About this Meeting If a wildfire has…

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North Bay Area’s Two New Firefighter Workforce Training Programs May Create More Promising Career Pathways for Future Firefighters

by Emily Irving After a downward surge of projected careers in the firefighting industry, there is a dire need to bring in a new generation of future firefighters. But with…

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The wildfire firefighting workforce: Is there a scarcity of trained firefighters to meet current needs?

by Emily Irving It is a worry some may not want to think about. The 2021 fire season has already led to three of the largest California wildfires on record.…

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ONLINE EVENT: Ready for Rain – Land Care After Wildfire

About this Meeting   This session was recorded, and the video is posted on our YouTube Channel View this information on our Events Calendar Rain is coming! Attend this Community…

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Remembrance and the Path Forward

Today marks four years since our lives and landscape changed in a megafire that swept across four counties for 23 days, destroying nearly 9,000 structures, and claiming 43 lives. Remembrance…

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National Preparedness Month: Creating Defensible Space

Defensible space diagram by CALFIRE With the increase in fires in the West, chances are a wildfire may come near your home. It is your responsibility to prepare and maintain…

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Commissioner Lara protects insurance coverage for 325,000 Northern California wildfire survivors

Announcement from the California Department of Insurance Mandatory one-year moratorium prevents homeowner insurance cancellations and non-renewals following an emergency declaration SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara today ordered insurance companies…

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After the Fire to Make Presentation at the 2021 Colorado Wildland Fire Conference

Molly Curley O’Brien After the Fire is proud to participate in the 2021 Colorado Wildland Fire Conference in Grand Junction, Colorado the week of September 20-23. This year’s event will…

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ONLINE EVENT: Solving for Toilets in Wildfire Rebuilding and Recovery

View the Recording   Friday, September 24, 10:00-11:30 AM Pacific Time, via ZOOM Considerations for Non-Septic, Non-Sewer Alternative Toilets in Rebuild Areas What innovations in alternative toilet designs and technologies…

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Community to Community Advice: First Steps After a Fire – Part 1

For All Total Loss and Partial Loss Fire Survivors Immediately After You Lose Your Home, or the Use of Your Home, after a Fire Ensure the safety of yourself, your…