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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Under Analysis

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.

Feather River Allotment

Grazing Management.

Pioneer Invasive Plant Treatment Project

Treat invasive weeds in the Diamond Mountain area.

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.

Analysis Completed

Dragon Project

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


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.

Project Archive

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