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September 16, 2014
300 CORPSMEMBERS DISPATCHED TO WILDIRES

You've seen the fires on the news, and the CCC is helping out throughout the state.
 

The CCC's Emergency Services Branch has dispatched 23 crews -- 300 corpsmembers -- to six different wildfires throughout the state. The crews are assisting both Cal Fire and the U.S. Forest Service, and providing initial attack as well as logistical support.

 
The fires include the King Fire near Pollock Pines, the Boles Fire near Weed and the Silverado Fire in the Cleveland National Forest.  Crews continue to provide assistance on the long-burning Happy Camp Complex Fire in Siskiyou County.
 
The crews come from CCC locations in Auburn, Camarillo, Chico, Fortuna, Greenwood, Lake Tahoe,  Pomona, Sacramento, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Stockton, Ukiah, Vista and Watsonville.
 



September 08, 2014
200+ CORPSMEMBERS ON YOSEMITE, OTHER WILDFIRES

The California Conservation Corps has 17 crews -- 227 corpsmembers -- assisting Cal Fire and the U.S. Forest Service at three California wildfires.
There are six crews on the Meadow Fire and the Bridge Fire -- both in the Yosemite area.  The crews are from Camarillo, Fresno, San Luis Obispo and Watsonville.

On the Happy  Camp Complex in Siskiyou County, the CCC has 11 crews on hand. They are from Auburn, Chico, Fresno, Fortuna, Sacramento, Stockton and Ukiah.  This fire began on  August 11 and as of September 7, was 30 percent contained.

Since July 1, the CCC has devoted more than 180,000 hours to firefighting and logistical support throughout the state.



August 19, 2014
NEARLY 400 CORPSMEMBERS ON EIGHT WILDFIRES

The California Conservation Corps continues its fire response efforts, with 386 corpsmembers -- 29 crews -- assisting Cal Fire and the U.S. Forest Service throughout the state.
The largest contingent is on the Lodge Fire in Mendocino County.  In Southern California, CCC crews are providing logistical support on the Tecolote Fire in the Angeles National Forest.  Corpsmembers are also working on six other fires.
The crews are from CCC locations from Humboldt and Shasta counties down to Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties -- 17 different locations in all.
The CCC, one of the state's premier emergency response forces, has provided more than 100,000 hours of initial attack and camp support on 44 different fires since July 1.



August 18, 2014
27 CREWS ON SEVEN WILDFIRES

The California Conservation Corps continues its fire response efforts, with 361 corpsmembers -- 27 crews -- assisting Cal Fire and the U.S. Forest Service throughout the state.
The largest contingent is on the Lodge Fire in Mendocino County.  In Southern California, CCC crews are providing logistical support on the Tecolote Fire in the Angeles National Forest.
The crews are from CCC locations from Humboldt and Shasta counties down to Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties -- 17 different locations in all.
The CCC, one of the state's premier emergency response forces, has provided more than 100,000 hours of initial attack and camp support on 43 different fires since July 1.



August 12, 2014
THE CCC CONTINUES WORK ON WILDFIRES

The California Conservation Corps has devoted thousands of hours to wildfires in the last month and is currently dispatched to nine different fires.
There are a total of 374 corpsmembers -- 28 crews -- responding to fires.
The Corps is assisting the U.S. Forest Service and Cal Fire with both frontline attack and logistical support. The largest efforts are on the Lodge Fire in Mendocino County, with seven crews assisting Cal Fire.  On the Eiler Fire in Shasta County, the CCC has five crews.
The CCC crews are based in Auburn, Camarillo, Chico, Fresno, Greenwood, [El Dorado County], Fortuna [Humboldt County], Los Angeles, Napa, Pomona, Sacramento, South Lake Tahoe, Stockton, Ukiah and Yreka.



August 02, 2014
MORE THAN 400 CORPSMEMBERS DISPATCHED TO 10 FIRES

 
The California Conservation Corps now has 32 crews -- 412 corpsmembers -- on 10 different wildfires throughout the state.  The crews are from CCC locations from Humboldt County down to Los Angeles County.
This is the CCC's largest fire response this year. The Corps is providing both frontline attack and logistical support to Cal Fire and the U.S. Forest Service.
The corpsmembers have been dispatched to 10 different wildfires: the Beaver Fire in Siskiyou County; the July Complex Fire in Siskiyou County; the SKU Lighting Complex Fire in Siskiyou  County; the Coffee Complex in Trinity County; the 3-7 Day Fire in Modoc County; the Rainer Fire in Humboldt County; the Lodge Fire in Mendocino County; the Bald Fire in Shasta County; the French Fire in Madera County and the El Portal Fire in Mariposa County.
The crews are from CCC locations in Auburn, Camarillo, Chico, Fortuna, Fresno, Georgetown, Lake Tahoe, Los Angeles, Napa, Redding, Sacramento, San Jose, San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, Ukiah and Watsonville.
Additional CCC crews are available for dispatch as needed.

 

 



August 01, 2014
MORE THAN 300 CORPSMEMBERS ON CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES

The California Conservation Corps has called out 25 crews -- 328 corpsmembers -- from Humboldt County down to Ventura County to assist Cal Fire and the U.S. Forest Service.  This is the largest CCC fire response this year.
The CCC crews are providing both frontline attack and logistical support to the fire agencies.
The corpsmembers have been dispatched to eight different wildfires: the Beaver Fire in Siskiyou County; the July Complex Fire in Siskiyou County;  the 3-7 Day Fire in Modoc County; the Rainer Fire in Humboldt County; the Lodge Fire in Mendocino County; the Bald Fire in Shasta County; the French Fire in Madera County and the El Portal Fire in Mariposa County.
The crews are from CCC locations in Auburn, Camarillo, Chico, Fortuna, Fresno, Georgetown, Lake Tahoe, Napa, Redding, Sacramento  San Jose, San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, Ukiah and Watsonville.
Additional CCC crews are available for dispatch as needed.



July 31, 2014
CORPSMEMBERS DISPATCHED TO SIX WILDFIRES

Twenty CCC crews -- 262 corpsmembers -- are working on six different California wildfires.  Crews are providing both initial attack and logistical support to Cal Fire and the U.S. Forest Service.
The largest CCC contingent is on the French Fire in Madera County, where crews from Camarillo, Chico, San Jose, San Luis Obispo and Watsonville are assigned.
Crews from Auburn, Lake Tahoe and Sacramento are working on the Sand Fire in Amador County.
In Yosemite National Park, five crews from Fresno, San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria are assisting with the El Portal Fire.
Crews from Chico and Redding are assigned to the Web Fire in Butte County.
One crew from Redding was dispatched to the Bald Fire in Lassen National Forest, and one crew from Fortuna is working at the Lodge Fire in Mendocino County.



July 31, 2014
CORPSMEMBERS DISPATCHED TO SIX WILDFIRES

 
Twenty CCC crews -- 262 corpsmembers -- are working on six different California wildfires.  Crews are providing both initial attack and logistical support to Cal Fire and the U.S. Forest Service.
The largest CCC contingent is on the French Fire in Madera County, where crews from Camarillo, Chico, San Jose and Watsonville are assigned.
Crews from Auburn, Lake Tahoe and Sacramento are working on the Sand Fire in Amador County.
In Yosemite National Park, five crews from Fresno, San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria are assisting with the El Portal Fire.
Crews from Chico and Redding are assigned to the Web Fire in Butte County.
One crew from Redding was dispatched to the Bald Fire in Lassen National Forest, and one crew from Fortuna is working at the Lodge Fire in Mendocino County.
 



July 29, 2014
TWELVE CCC CREWS NOW DISPATCHED TO FIRES

The California Conservation Corps now has 12 crews -- nearly 150 corpsmembers -- responding to fires.
An additional three crews have been sent to the El Portal Fire in Yosemite National Park.  The new crews are from San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria; they join two Fresno crews already at the fire.  The crews are assisting at the U.S. Forest Service fire camp.
 On the Sand Fire in Amador County, there are four crews providing logistical support to Cal Fire. The crews are from Auburn, Sacramento and Lake Tahoe
Three crews, from San Luis Obispo and Watsonville, are assisting the U.S. Forest Service on the French Fire in Madera County
Three CCC fire crews from Camarillo in Ventura County are in a staging pattern, ready to be called out as needed.