Help Us Protect San Diego from Wildfires
For All of Us
Tree Culture is an innovator in Open Space Landscape Management:
Preserve Home Values, Lives and the Natural Beauty of our San Diego Lifestyle. Facilitating wildfire hazard reduction, wildlife habitat conservation and ecological improvement of the Wild Urban Interface (WUI) using Silvicultural methods.
The Tree-Culture Institute
Purpose: Study, implement and teach Silvicultural methods for wild-land management, and to influence the adoption of these methods for land management strategy.
Properly tended forests are healthier and more resistant to pests and fires. Healthy forests regulate air temperature and circulation, retain water and soil, and provide habitat and nutrition.
Proper forest management can yield economic output without degrading its ecological value. A forage plan Including a grazing management plan can pay for forest management in the longer term.
Wild-fire also exposed wild-life to direct harm and related degradation. Planned management can protect the habitat from catastrophic conditions, enhance the habitat and nutrient base, with only a periodic human disturbance.
San Diego Reader
Moshe Krafchow's plan to prevent San Diego wildfires Get rid of the underbrush AuthorMarty GrahamPublish DateApril 22, 2019Krafchow's crew When Moshe Krafchow talks about his novel approach to reducing the risk of fueling wildfires, he looks like a true believer. “The...