SOUTH COUNTY FIRE WATCH VOLUNTEERS NEEEDED

The South Orange County Fire Watch is now recruiting new volunteers for 2017 from communities adjacent to Audubon Starr Ranch Sanctuary, The Reserve at Ranch Mission Viejo, Cleveland National Forest, Riley Wilderness Park, Caspers Wilderness Park, and O’Neill Regional Park.

Volunteers will be trained Wednesday August 23, 7 – 9 p.m. by Battalion Chief Bill Lockhart of the Orange County Fire Authority at Ladera Fire Station 58.

Volunteers serve as deterrents and lookouts during Red Flag Warnings, extreme fire conditions that usually occur September through November but can occur ANY time of year. Fire lookout sites are limited to easily accessible locations that have good views of wildland preserves.  Help your community – become a Fire Watch Volunteer!

Adults only please.

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One thought on “SOUTH COUNTY FIRE WATCH VOLUNTEERS NEEEDED”

  1. Beverly Let’s repackage this story for general readership of Coto,Ladera and Mission

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