Big Spring Curve Geological Investigation
A special use permit would be issued to allow CalTrans to drill four boreholes to investigate the geology of the area. The information gained will be used for the reconstruction of the Hwy 44/89 curve near Big Spring.
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.
Implement fuels reduction surrounding a recreation residence tract and an organization camp; riparian and soil resource protection; recreation site improvement and expansion; decommission unauthorized OHV trails identified under Travel Management;
Creeks II Project
Implementation of the Herger-Feinstein Quincy Library Group (QLG) Forest Recovery Act and will entail the development of Defensible Fuel Profile Zones (DFPZs), Group Selection Harvests and Area Thinning for enhancement of habitat for Seral Species
This project will have fuels reduction and forest restoration objectives. Activities include meadow and aspen enhancement, variable density thinning, prescribed burning, watershed improvements and management of the transportation system.
Pine Creek Watershed Restoration Projects
Restore hydrologic connectivity/function to improve water quality/ quantity, timing and duration of flows, and stream and riparian condition. Focusing on impediments to flow:incompletly decommissioned roads, railroad grades, and earth-fill structures
Poker Chip Project
This is a proposal to salvage harvest fire-killed and fire-injured trees, remove danger trees, and promote the re-establishment of fire-resistant, shade-intolerant conifer species through reforesation within the Chips Fire perimeter in the Lassen NF.
The purpose of this project is to capture the remaining forest product economic value and benefit, provide for safety through danger tree removal, and reforest suitable portions of the landscape deforested by the Reading Fire.
Hat Creek Public Safety and Forest Health Project
The project ensures public safety and improves forest health at recreational facilities and admin. sites on the Hat Creek R.D., by removing dead, dying, and structurally damaged, bark beetle infested or diseased trees and thinning overstocked trees.
Rock Creek Crossing Access Route Project
The project consists of seismic modifications to the Pit 3 Tunnel Rock Creek Crossing structure. Five support frames and their footings will be retrofitted so that the structure can withstand earthquakes without significant structure damage.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.