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Tree Mortality

Tree Mortality

Over the past five years California has experienced an unprecedented drought. One result has been over 100 million dead trees from drought-related causes, including bark beetles.

You can read more about FRAP and CAL FIRE's role in the response to the drought as well as download high hazard zone data from our Tree Mortality Page:

FRAP's Tree Mortality Page

2017 Assessment


Conducted periodically by the CAL FIRE Fire and Resource Assessment Program (FRAP), the Assessment links together state requirements for natural resource inventories and strategies and the federal government's desire to rely more heavily on these state programs in determining priorities for funding. The 2017 Assessment is now complete and is available online.

California Introduces New Requirement for Residential Fire Sprinklers


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