CDFW Addresses CA’s Wild Pig Problem

Wild pigs are becoming a growing concern for Californians leaving a large impact on some local areas. CDFW Wildlife Branch Chief Scott Gardner says “non-native species, when introduced, can become prolific and destructive over time.” That’s why the department is moving forward... Read More.

California’s Eye on the Governor’s Race

Californians are watching the Governor’s race closely, says a recent poll of voters. If the election were to be held today likely voters show, 58 percent would vote for Gavin Newsom and 31 percent would vote for Brian Dahle, Lassen... Read More.

USDA Forest Service Opens Grant Applications

A new grant program has opened to develop and revise community wildfire protection plans and implement projects to make them successful. Over 1 billion dollars has been granted over the next 5 years to support these efforts through the bipartisan infrastructure law, which will... Read More.

State Bans Sales of Single-Use Canisters

California says you can no longer use single-use propane canisters while camping within the next five years. Last month in a first-ever for the state, a bill passed that bans the sale of all single-use propane canisters, and those who violate it will see... Read More.

Flex Alerts Expected Thru Holiday Weekend

Statewide flex alerts are possible throughout the Labor Day weekend as a heat advisory is in place through Tuesday of next week. The Plumas County Sheriff’s office has issued a statement that they have also been alerted to possible PG&E rolling blackouts. Though they... Read More.

Sept. 3rd – Second and Final Free Fishing Day

The year's second and final free fishing day is here. You can fish the waters this Saturday without a fishing license to end the summer season. The California Fish and Wildlife Department hopes you get hooked on fishing or take the opportunity to introduce... Read More.