Three fire hazard reduction programs around the county are each receiving $30,000 to keep up their efforts this year following last week’s award by the Trinity County Board of Supervisors of Title III funding from the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act of 2000.

Recipients include the Weaverville Fire District to continue its fuel hazard reduction program; the Trinity County Resource Conservation District to continue its Trinity County Fire Safe Council coordination and implementation; and the Watershed Research and Training Center of Hayfork for its Trinity Pines and Hyampom neighborhood fuels reduction project.

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