All the rain we had this spring was lovely, but it generated new growth in the hills that now with the extreme heat is dying… Read More »Fire Season’s Heating Up: Time to Consider Private Firefighting?
Fire season in California was always defined as June to late December. This May has already seen two red-flag alerts – an anomaly which hasn’t… Read More »There’s No More “Fire Season” in California
The recent surge in fires this week has understandably made many residents nervous – and cautious. They also underscore the importance of having adequate insurance… Read More »Worried About Fire? Evacuation? Document Your Property Now
Heat. Winds. Dry hillsides. All of which make Southern California a hot spot for wildfires. The 2018 Woolsey Fire was a lesson to residents in… Read More »Flying Into the Belly of the Beast: New “Firehawk” Helicopters Designed Just for Firefighting
California Governor Gavin Newsom led off his daily briefing Wednesday by saying, “We have to walk and chew gum at the same time.” Obviously the… Read More »Fighting on Two Fronts: Preparing for Fire Season While Fighting a Pandemic