Current Events:

 Sundae Saturday on August 6, 2022, 1 - 3PM at the Walker Firehouse


Next Month's Events:

Sundae Sunday on September 4, 2022, 1 - 3PM at the Walker Firehouse

Read the WALKER Forest Stewardship Plan click Here
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Community donations = $1416.00
NOTE: Calendar sales and Sundae Saturday donations to be added later
WCAA Walker Firewise is a member of PAWUIC (Prescott Area Wildland/Urban Interface Commission), also known as "Yavapaifirewise.org". Visit the PAWUIC website for current updates about Firewise related topics.
Please donate to the
Thanksgiving Dinner & Christmas Angel Programs
To donate please click here


August Firewise Tip

Wildfire can spread to tree tops. If you have trees on your property, prune so the lowest branches are 6 to 10 feet from the ground

If you would like to contribute to the WCAA's general fund through the Fry's Community Rewards Program, or the Amazon Smile Charitable Organization support program, please click here or go to the Payments tab and select Donate.for instructions
Pictures from all of our community events since the our inception have been posted in our Photo Gallery. Click on this link to go directly to the pictures.
The film "The Forest for the Trees", produced by the New York Times, has been posted on our Firewise page. It discusses the effects of forest health on wildfires. A MUST see!
An article on fuel treatment effectiveness, as concerns the Wallow fire,The largest in Arizona history, is posted on the Firewise page. You can directly access it with this link
The WCAA Walker Firewise Committee page is now available for your use. It has all the forms and information you will need to make your property Firewise. You may access it through this link or the link on the Firewise page.
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