Useful Links for Landscaping After a Fire

How to renew and protect your yard and garden after a devastating fire, By Suzanne Sproul | ssproul@scng.com | Daily Bulletin

www.ocregister.com/2017/12/08/how-to-renew-and-protect-your-yard-and-garden-after-a-devastating-fire/

Landscaping for Fire Protection (University of California): http://cagardenweb.ucanr.edu/General/Landscaping_for_Fire_Protection/

The Post-Fire Environment in low-elevation chaparral: http://www.californiachaparral.org/fire/postfireenvironment.html

Ashes To Wildflowers A Promise Of Renewal Springs From Destruction: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/warmstrong/ww0604.htm

Firescaping – Landscape Design for Wildfire Defensible/Survivable Space: http://articles.extension.org/pages/23703/firescaping-landscape-design-for-wildfire-defensiblesurvivable-space#.UtRYYfRDuoI

Landscaping Your Home In a Fire Area: http://www.laspilitas.com/fire.htm

Postfire Seeding for Erosion Control: Effectiveness and Impacts on Native Plant Communities: https://www.fs.fed.us/psw/publications/beyers/psw_2004_beyers001.pdf

When the Fire’s Out: http://www.ssseeds.com/projects-and-announcements/when-the-fire%27s-out/

Fire’s Complicated Aftermath: https://foresternetwork.com/daily/soil/erosion-control/fires-complicated-aftermath/