$60 each before 5/6/16 and $70 each after 5/6/16
$55 each when you buy eight or more tickets before 5/6/16
$250 for reserved seating for 2 guests with 1 select bottle of Pilot Peak Wines to commemorate the event. Plus your name listed and a web link on the Fire Safe Council Community Partnership webpage and a line listing in the Fire Safe Council Annual Report
$500 for reserved seating for 4 guests with 2 select bottles of Pilot Peak Wines to commemorate the event. Plus your logo listed and a web link on the Fire Safe Council Community Partnership webpage and a line listing in the Fire Safe Council Annual Report
$1,000 for reserved seating for 6 guests with 4 select bottles of Pilot Peak Wines to commemorate the event. Plus event invitation logo recognition, event program logo recognition, exhibition space at the event, your logo listed and a web link on the Fire Safe Council Community Partnership webpage, your logo listed in the Fire Safe Council Annual Report, your logo listed on the Wine & Culinary Adventure webpage as an Event Sponsor.
Please help us thank our sponsors and donors!
Friday, May 13, 2016
at the stunning
325 Spring St, Nevada City
Experience the world through flavors from around the globe paired with the award winning wines of Pilot Peak. Enjoy an evening of new flavors, friends, live music and a silent auction to raise funds for the Fire Safe Council of Nevada County.
Photos From Past Wine & Culinary Adventures
2012 Wine & Culinary Adventure
At Pilot Peak Winery
2011 Wine & Culinary Adventure
At Pilot Peak Winery
2010 Wine & Culinary Adventure
in The Union building, downtown Grass Valley
2009 Wine & Culinary Adventure
At Pilot Peak Winery
Exemplifies the mission of the FSCNC with extensive personal commitment and dedication to programs/projects, community fire protection outreach and/or operational support. Engages in other activities supporting the FSCNC in developing partnerships, funding opportunities and/or communicating the fire prevention message.
Alan recently retired from the Tahoe National Forest as a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Specialist. Utilizing GIS technology provides a computer based system to scope, strategically plan and map our efforts including past, current and future projects. In an age of instant technology, Alan’s efforts filled a critical need within our organization and literally quantum leaped us into the 21st Century. A new county-wide base map is being developed which will show all past, current and future projects to realize the ultimate vision of the Council. Alan has even engaged his neighbors to complete needed roadside fuels reduction. Alan’s contributions are deserving of recognition as the Volunteer of the Year.
Exemplifies the mission of the FSCNC, has effective, independent Firewise Committee, assists in educating community on fire safe programs, defensible space, emergency preparedness. Works annually to retain Firewise designation. Actively supports the FSCNC and Firewise program by enlisting volunteers, sponsoring a Scotch Broom Challenge and/or community fuels reduction projects.
Greater Champion Neighborhood
Their Firewise Community volunteers have done an exceptional job in educating their community on how to prepare for wildfire including special presentations by an entomologist on the bark beetle crisis to a fire ecologist on the impacts of climate change on wildfire behavior. Their efforts to address a pocket of dangerous hazard trees from beetle kill along their evacuation route involved numerous agency partners. They have also implemented a variety of volunteer fuel reduction projects on the ground over the past 2 years to reduce the hazardous fuel loading. They set an excellent example of what the Firewise Communities program may accomplish.
Exemplifies the mission of the FSCNC, provides in-kind or direct program funding support and technical expertise to expand the effectiveness and efficiency of the Councils efforts. Demonstrates leadership by developing community partnerships and expanding community awareness for wildfire mitigation and fire safety.
Pacific Gas & Electric
PG&E actively manages vegetation around powerline easements in our community for not only safety, but reliability. This is no easy task where homes and powerlines are intermixed with the forest. Their teams inspect nearly 2,000 miles of overhead electrical lines annually. In just two years, PG&E is working to remove and prune nearly 80,000 trees in the Nevada District alone. Much of this work is in response to the current drought and bark beetle mortality. The rapid rate of mortality has required even more patrols for inspection to be added to address the crisis. PG&E has long been a partner of the Council by serving on the board of directors, educating the public and providing grants to help fund on the ground programs. PG&E has granted nearly a quarter million dollars for fire prevention in the last three years alone. Whether it’s the annual Prepare for Fire Season Guide with the “Right Tree-Right Place” education, or attending Firewise Community education events, they are truly a partner in meeting the mission of the Fire Safe Council of Nevada County.
Check out past winners of the Nevada County Fire Safe Awards.