Our Background

FireScape Mendocino is part of a national grassroots effort to enable people with diverse perspectives find agreement on forest health, watershed and fire planning. In 2013, with assistance from the Fire Learning Network and guided by the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation, participants began to craft the vision and scope of the collaborative and to identify strategies that address threats to their shared values.


Our Collaborative Mission

Working together through stakeholder meetings and field learning exchanges on the Mendocino National Forest and surrounding communities participants share ideas, skills, identify shared values, and knowledge to approach opportunities to aid in development of land management strategies with a goal of getting tangible results in community fire readiness and ecosystem resilience.

Our Charter

To learn more about the FireScape Mendocino organization and process, please take a look at our charter.