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