Fire Lookout Hosts
Lookout Hosts greet Lookout visitors and explain the role of lookouts
in the history of our local mountains. They educate visitors
about the forest ecosystem and lookout operations. Their work preserves
the lookouts, increase public awareness, and creates a desire among
visitors to conserve and help care for public lands.
How to Become a Fire Lookout Host
Fire Lookout Host Program is managed by the National Forest Association. The program recruits and trains volunteers who agree to two four-hour shifts of service once a month May through November. Participants must complete a Fire Lookout Host Interest Survey and complete mandatory training to become a host.
Individuals interested in the Fire Lookout Hosts Program may contact George Morey, at any time of the year, on (909) 225-1025.
Orientation and training will be conducted
each April at the beginning of the new fire season. No one will be permitted to become a host between training cycles,
volunteer must complete all of the required training.
For more information call the Lookout Host Program Coordinator George Morey on (909) 225-1025.
• Fire Lookout Host Program Coordinators - George and Pam Morey
• Newsletter Editor - Greg Scott
• Historian - Greg Scott
• Web Masters - Pam and George Morey
• Field Trip Coordinator - Ken Anderson
• Uniform Coordinator - Pam Morey
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• Keller Peak - P.J. Smith
• Butler Peak - Ken Sikorski
• Morton Peak - Al Brown
• Black Mountain - Ed Harris
• Red Mountain - Eileen Phillips
• Tahquitz Peak - Bob and Norma Romano