Wade Killingsworth

2:30PM | Harvest Hall Learn from Butte County resources about reducing the dried trees and plants around your home that fuel fires. Find out about the Chipper Vegetative Clearance program and Weed Wrench Lending near you.

Kim Schwind

10:30AM | Harvest Hall Did you know that the types of plants in your landscape affect how your home survives a fire? Come hear about defensible landscaping and adaptations of native and climate appropriate plants.

Rebecca Rothenberg

1:30PM | Harvest Hall Stick Built. Manufactured. Modular. Factory Built. Mobile Home. Confused? Experts will explain the differences and features of each to help you decide what is most appropriate for your rebuilding plans.

Jim Peck

12PM | Garden Pavilion
Feeling Tired? Snapping at your loved ones lately? Trouble Sleeping? Your relationships fraying from the weight of recovery? Don’t let the well-being of you or those around you become victim again to the Disaster. This session will provide you with tools to get to better days ahead

Kolin Morlatt

11:00AM | Garden Pavilion
Hiring contractors can be a daunting task, especially in a disaster area. One of CSLB’s investigators will inform you about hiring licensed contractors, contracts, payment schedules, etc. Be informed consumers and get your questions answered.

ROCKWOOL

We are the leading supplier of fire resilient stone wool insulation providing solutions for all major application areas, including technical and OEM
The ROCKWOOL Group is world leader in stone wool solutions covering building insulation, industrial and technical insulation for process industry, marine and offshore, customised solutions for industrial applications, wall and façade systems, acoustic ceilings, horticultural substrate solutions, engineered fibres solutions, noise and vibration control.Our product portfolio is well placed to tackle many of today’s biggest sustainability and development challenges. From energy consumption to noise pollution, water scarcity to flooding, our solutions help our customers address many of the big issues of modern living.Slow the spread of fire

Stone wool resists the transfer of heat through the perimeter joint to the non-fire side of the floor when installed properly.

Protect combustible elements

Withstanding temperatures of up to 1,000°C, our stone wool products can protect combustible elements and steel structures.

Safer places to live and work

With the integrity of the building supported and the spread of fire slowed, there is more time for people to escape and fire fighters to arrive.