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RAW EDIT (SOME POOR AUDIO) These interviews and this footage just came hot off the fire line of the October 2014 Klamath River Training Exchange (TREX) in which approximately 40 local and out of the area "fire-lighters" learned to use prescribed fire around homes in the fire-adapted and fire-starved mountains of the Klamath and Salmon Rivers. Interviews are both from TREX participants and local Klamath and Salmon River residents. This was a very important and healing event for our communities, multiple burns were implemented in areas with great cultural significance to Karuk and Yurok people.
This statement was made by David Murillo regional director of the Bureau of Reclamation on Aug 19th as over 100 Trinity and Klamath River
Tribal members and supporters rallied outside the Sacramento BOR office on Cottage Way St.
Message from crowd: Release preventative flow now! Stop a fish kill from happening!
This is a "fire wise" success story from Orleans, CA on the Klamath River. Its the story of a neighborhood that was saved from fire in 2013 due to the hard work of a family on Lower Camp Creek
Catching Fire tells a compelling story of how a small but committed group of local, tribal, state and federal land managers are bringing back the use of prescribed fire as a tool to protect communities and ecosystems across Northern California. It examines the use of fire by the Karuk Tribe of California, and the connection between the rise of megafires across the West and the last century of fire suppression. Drawing on interviews with fire scientists, tribal and federal land managers, and fire savvy residents from across the North State, this film provides insight on how our relationship to fire can be restored through strategic use of fire as a powerful management tool.