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DOC Team Receives Prestigious CAL FIRE AwardDOC Team Receives Prestigious CAL FIRE AwardSeveral staff recently earned CAL FIRE's for Superior Accomplishment award for their emergency post-fire mapping efforts during the tragic Thomas fire and ensuing mudslide in Montecito last year. Read more at our blog, Notes from the Field.,
Calling all educators! We want to hear from you. Calling all educators! We want to hear from you. We are working to adapt our earth science materials into lesson plans and are looking for educators interested in providing feedback.,
Scientists on the Front LineScientists on the Front LineGet the facts on post-fire debris flow, including the difference between mudflows, mudslides, and landslides. California Geological Survey scientists are part of CAL FIRE-assembled teams that assess the potential for flooding and debris flows in areas impacted by recent wildfires.,
Funding Available for Ag Land ConservationFunding Available for Ag Land ConservationThe Strategic Growth Council (SGC) has approved grant guidelines and is seeking applications for projects that protect agricultural land and reduce greenhouse gases.,
Watershed Coordinator Grant Guidelines IssuedWatershed Coordinator Grant Guidelines IssuedThe Department of Conservation has released final guidelines for its Forest Health Watershed Coordinator Program. Applications for nearly $2 million will be accepted through February 15. The program’s goal: to address local needs in improving forest health.,
SALC Program Awards $48 Million for Ag EasementsSALC Program Awards $48 Million for Ag EasementsCap-and-trade funded program will conserve approximately 10,721 acres of high-value and productive agricultural land through 17 easements in 13 counties.,

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