Initial Capacity Assessment
Through the Initial Capacity Assessment, the RFFCP east subregion team interviewed 47 people representing 31 agencies and organizations to better understand the efforts revolving around ecosystem health and fire prevention. Stakeholders came from all three counties in the East subregion (Alpine, Mono, and Inyo) and represented all types of organizations, including federal, state, and local agencies; fire safe councils; small nonprofits; Tribes; and water suppliers. To read the full assessment, click on the button below.
Eastern Sierra Stakeholder Collaborative Meeting #2 - October 28, 2020
The second Regional Forest and Fire Capacity Program (RFFCP) East subregion stakeholder meeting comprised local, regional, and federal stakeholders. The goal of the meeting was to begin considering project ideas and a project prioritization process.
Eastern Sierra Stakeholder Collaborative Meeting #1 - July 20, 2020
The first Regional Forest and Fire Capacity Program (RFFCP) eastern Sierra stakeholder meeting convened various stakeholders from Alpine, Mono, and Inyo Counties via Zoom videoconference. The purpose of the meeting was to gauge the interest of coming together to coordinate ecosystem health and fire prevention efforts throughout the eastern Sierra. Given the nature of the landscape, the dispersion of communities, and the mix of land managers, the conversation revolved around how an effective collaborative would work for the region. For more information, please download the summary.