Herger Feinstein Quincy Library Group Pilot Project

The Quincy Library Group is comprised of local citizens with an interest and commitment to influence the management of the Lassen and Plumas National Forests and the Sierraville District of the Tahoe National Forest.

Resource Advisory Committees (RAC) - Payments to States

On October 30, 2000, Congress signed Public Law 106-393. This law is called the "Secure Rural School and Community Self-Determination Act of 2000" and commonly known as Payments to States.

Transportation Analysis

The Lassen National Forest has completed its forest-scale transportation analysis to provide the context for road management within the overall resource management framework.

Forest Projects

Creeks II DEIS

Lassen National Forest Current and Recent Projects

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Developing Proposal

Chips Creek Bridge

The project is intended to re-establish a safe, sustainable trail crossing over Chips Creek along the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail for hikers and stock users.

Under Analysis

Grizzly Restoration Project

Grizzly proposes to move Forest road 26N11 away from Scotts John Crk; increase forest resilience, decrease fuels, maintain/improve wildlife habitat through thinning and prescribed fire; and implement actions to support three research proposals

Halls Flat Windthrow Project

The Halls Flat Wind Thrown project is designed to salvage wind thrown trees, recover economic value and reduce fuel accumulation of material blown down in the wind event of February 6th 2015. The project area is approximately 2,000 acres.

High Lakes Motorized Trail Re-routes and Staging Area Improvements

Re-route and reconstruct motorized trail segments, decommission the eliminated trail segments, restore or improve dispersed recreation areas within Inventoried Roadless Area; develop a staging area outside Inventoried Roadless Area.

Lassen National Forest Over-Snow Vehicle(OSV) Use Designation

The Forest Service is evaluating its existing management of OSV use on the Lassen National Forest (LNF). The goal of this proposed project is to designate LNF system roads, trails, and areas where OSV use will be allowed, restricted or prohibited.

Moonlight Hand Thinning Project

Hand thinning of small trees and brush along designated Forest Service roads to reduce fuels.

Analysis Completed

Bald Fire Salvage and Restoration

Proposed activities include: salvage, treatment of non-merchantable trees, removing hazard trees along roads and trails, treatment of activity slash, site preparation, and planting, maintaining existing roads, and constructing temporary roads.

Storrie Aquatic Organism Passage (AOP) Project

Remove three road-stream crossing structures that are barriers to aquatic organism passage. Replace with new structures that allow aquatic organisms to pass above and below the road crossings and that are capable of passing a 100-year storm flow.

TCRCD Hazardous Fuels Reduction

This project would authorize the transfer of Wyden Amendment funds to the Tehama County Resource Conservation District to implement fuels reduction activities along roads in private timber lands to complement fuels reduction activities in NFS lands.

Upper Pine Creek Boundary Fence

To control livestock there is a need to construct a fence along the west side of Forest Road 32N02 from the railroad tracks to the north to separate Pine Creek Valley from the Feather Lake area.

Project Archive

Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.