Drive on by Rincon Ridge Park soon. You’ll see many areas of the native portions have been fuel-reduced and look spectacular! Over 50 trees were removed or turned into “habitat” trees just along Park Gardens alone. The removed trees were dangerous because of their health or were a significant source of fuel in the event of a fire. The remaining forested area is now safer and healthier for all concerned. There’s lots more work to be done, particularly inside the fenced sensitive plant area and the hillside between Sedgemoore and Repton, but those areas will have to patiently await more volunteer power and budget considerations.