Wildfire and Forest Resilience Regional Resource Kits and Profiles



California Wildfire and Forest Resilience Task Force




Regional Resource Kits are sets of tools and data created to accelerate the work by regional partners and collaboratives to reduce wildfire hazard and improve the conditions of forested and shrub landscapes. The Regional Profile series summarize the socio-ecological context of each region, highlight examples of current condition assessments from the associated Regional Resource Kit, and present findings from interviews and surveys about stakeholder priorities and concerns for community and ecosystem resilience. The Kits and Profiles are publicly available resource developed by the California Wildfire and Forest Resilience Task Force’s Science Advisory Panel, recognizing that central to achieving landscape resilience is the need to mobilize regional approaches, and that regional frameworks provide a structure for assessing landscape conditions; setting objectives; planning, funding and implementing projects; and measuring progress towards social-ecological resilience.

Climate Impact Tags

Drought Temperature Wildfire

Adaptation Planning Guide Phases

Phase 1: Define, Explore, and Initiate Phase 2: Assess Vulnerability

Resource Type Tags

Data and tools


Extent: California


Last updated: April 18, 2024