The El Dorado County Fire Safe Council named Cari DeWolf as its executive coordinator.
DeWolf brings extensive experience in business and program administration from the non-profit, public and private sectors that will be an asset to the EDC Fire Safe Council and its efforts to increase defensible space against wildfire within our county.
This year, and only as funding is available, EDCFSC and its partnering organizations are continuing the offer of free services to qualified El Dorado County west slope residents through the Disabled Senior Assistance, the Residential Chipping and the Community Green Waste Dumpster programs.
For information on the Disabled Senior Assistance and Community Green Waste Dumpster programs call (530) 647-1700, email [email protected], or write to EDC Fire Safe Council, P.O. Box 1011, Diamond Springs 95619.
Online sign up for the Residential Chipping Program is available at edcfiresafe.org/chipper_program.htm or by calling (530) 647-1700.
To learn more about defensible space and other El Dorado County fire wise activities visit edcfiresafe.org.