Build a career focused on native plants or wildland fire!
Presented by the Climate Science Alliance Tribal Working Group, the Resilient Restoration's Stewardship Pathways Program invites Indigenous peoples from across Southern California who are interested in building or expanding a career focused on native plant restoration or wildland firefighting and monitoring.
Interested in learning about native plants? Would you like to build or expand a career in growing native plants for cultural and restoration activities?
Native Plants are our connection to the land. Learn valuable skills that can help build your career path or begin a new one by participating in our plant training.
Participants will learn about propagating native plants through seed gathering and saving, running a plant nursery, and how to use native plants for land restoration.
Interested in learning about wildland firefighting and monitoring? Would you like to build or expand a career in fire management for cultural and restoration activities?
Fire is an inherent and necessary feature of our landscape. Learn valuable skills that can help build your existing career path or begin a new one by participating in our fire training.
Participants will learn about cultural and prescribed fire and receive the certifications necessary to become a wildland firefighter and Tribal monitor working on the fire line.
Join the 2022 Cohort Waitlist!
Important update: The Wildland Fire and Fuels Training, previously scheduled for January 10-14, 2022, has been postponed to February 14-18. Registered attendees have been contacted via email.
Applications are now closed for the Wildland Fire & Fuels Training. As of January 1, 2022 - applicants will be placed on our waitlist for this training and our contact list for future trainings.
The Resilient Restoration Stewardship Pathways Fire Training Program, led by the Climate Science Alliance Tribal Working Group, has teamed up with the Southern California Interagency Wildland Fire & Fuels Cadre to provide this training.
If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Climate Science Alliance's Community Resilience Program Manager, Althea Walker, at: