Our crew have returned to work after a well deserved winter break! They are currently working on a Type One Treatment just south of Red Mountain Road. If you have any questions regarding this work please do not hesitate to contact us!
Today we released our Type Two Treatment video! This treatment method is used in areas that have been previously harvested to reduce fuel loads and initiate climate change adaptation using a merchantable understory removal / overstory retention approach. The harvest pass creates an open forest of established large trees of fire resistant species, per the SIFCo WUI stocking standards. The Type 2 post harvest treatment completes the creation of a fuel managed area by removing s
Our Type 1 WUI treatment method involves our hand crews going into a forested area which has been identified as a fire corridor and removing either dead or ‘non - merchantable’ accumulated fuels, in order to achieve our fuel management reduction goals. This video documents that process and offers an insight into one of our 5 treatment types used to implement our Slocan Valley Landscape Level Wildfire Protection Plan. We hope you enjoy the video!