Community Chipper Program

Funding is available from the Mendocino County Fire Safe Council for Sherwood Corridor residents to chip brush and branches removed near homes.

Update December 10, 2020: Chipper Days in Brooktrails was a success! Over 100 homes were served and tons of wildfire fuel removed from our neighborhood.  We thank the Mendocino County Fire Safe Council for funding and contracting for the project.  Survey: How was your experience with the Chipper Day? How many hours and how much money did you spend in preparing the material for the Chipper Day? Email your response to!

Reducing fire fuel

The Mendocino County Fire Safe Council (MCFSC), under its fiscal sponsor, the Mendocino County Resource Conservation District (MCRCD) has developed a Countywide Community Chipper Program.

Thank you for your work to reduce the risk of wildfire in our community by signing up for Chipper DaysMendocino County Fire Safe Council has funded this program and over 150 homes in Brooktrails have had wildfire fuel chipped.  The MCFSC is now handling all aspects of the program directly.

To inquire about the next Chipper Day in your area you can check the MCFSC web page below, call (707.462.3662) or email ( MCFSC.

When registering there may not yet be a Chipper Day scheduled in your area but you can submit your information and when enough people in the area sign up a Chipper Day service will be scheduled. Getting your neighbors to register will speed this process.

To register for a new Chipper Day click on the link below.

You may also be interested in their Defensible Space Assistance Program for Income Eligible (DSAFIE) program. This free program provides some labor to assist eligible residents with clearing around the property to prepare for a Chipper Day. For more information, click on the link below.

Sherwood Firewise Communities will continue to organize funding that is available to Sherwood Corridor residences.

Best wishes, and tell a neighbor!