When the soil on your land is full of water, it withstands fire better. To teach how to help your soil retain water. Camp Fire Restoration Project, in collaboration with Concow Meadows Research Station, will host a workshop called “Fire Resilience on Your Land: Water Flow and Soil Hydration” from 9am–5pm RESCHEDULED to Saturday, February 20th (due to predictions of heavy rain--new rain date Saturday the 27th) at the Concow Meadows Research Station (http://concowmeadows.org), 13550 Hog Ranch Rd., Concow. This FREE hands-on workshop will give you the skills to optimally tend to the water that runs through your land. You will learn soil hydrating principles and practice techniques with a team of other participants. At the end of the workshop, you will have the opportunity to offer a group project on your own land. Bring water, a sack lunch, COVID mask, gloves, and a shovel and lopping shears and a camp chair, if you have them. In-person participation is limited, so please register early at Eventbrite. The event will be livestreamed through the CFRP Facebook page for those who cannot make it in person. Register at Eventbrite to be sent a link. Concow Meadows Research Station is on Hog Ranch Rd, off Concow Road, 8 miles past the Dome Store. The last two miles are somewhat rugged; safe, self-organized carpooling is recommended from the Dome Store. Parking at the site is available but must be inside the designated fenced-in area. For more information, go to http://campfirerestorationproject.org or CFRP’s Facebook page. If you are interested in coming on February 13th to help set up, please contact Robin Woolner at email@example.com For more information about the workshop, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.