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Between 300 and 350 firefighters will be on staff at CalFire’s Auburn headquarters by June.  Already they’re preparing, making sure vehicles run properly and have necessary equipment, such as shovels, Pulaskis and 45-pound fire hoses rolled up into backpacks. Morris’s unit has also been working on fuel reduction, eliminating grasses and ladder fuels – shorter plants near trees that can help a fire leap from the ground to the canopy. Morris is excited about the fuel reduction, not only because of its impact on controlling a burn, but because it’s visible to the community.  He said that keeping afloat during fire season is an interdepartmental effort. Between landowners maintaining property, local law enforcement developing evacuation plans and CalTrans clearing brush along highways, everyone plays a role in helping fire season pass smoothly.  “Each of us has a piece of landscape that we drive by every day and watch it,” Morris said of his staff. “My main concern is complacency. We’re not out of the woods yet.”  Though rain means wetter vegetation for now, it will eventually dry up in late summer, and in many cases extra moisture means extra plant material. A wet winter doesn’t indicate a low-risk fire season, it just means the risks are slightly different.  Lightning or, more rarely, spontaneous combustion can start fires, but Morris said most incidents are tied to human activity. Arson is a factor, but often fires start out of carelessness: operating vehicles in dry grass, burning debris or playing with fireworks.  “We tailor media campaigns, send messages out about those activities,” Morris said. “We try to get people to understand the risks they’re taking as the season progresses.” Morris said that even people in urban areas need to be aware of fire danger. A faraway blaze can still impact air quality, water quality and opportunities for recreation. “There is not a place in California where wildfire doesn’t affect you,” he said.

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