Barry Point South 2015 Reforestation
The project aims to accelerate the restoration of forested lands that experienced high mortality rates due to the effects of the 2012 Barry Point fire.Hand planting ponderosa pine seedlings across ~1900 acres and protect seedlings from animal damage.
Knobcone Butte Thinning Project
Thin pine and cedar up to 21" in diameter over approximately 2504 acres to reduce wildfire hazard and to increase overall forest health.
Lava Hazardous Fuels Reduction Project
This project, last entered as the Lava Vegetation Treatment Project, is within an energy corridor WUI and spotted owl habitat. It is a fuels reduction project to protect the power lines and habitat for the owls from catastrophic wildland fires.
South Warner Grazing Analysis
The Warner Mtn./Devil's Garden District Ranger proposes to authorize livestock grazing on three allotments located on the Warner Mtn. Ranger District on the Modoc National Forest.
Barry Point South Salvage Project
This project will study the environmental effects of salvaging approximately 1650 acres of the most severely burned areas of the Barry Point Fire and replanting up to 1500 acres. Approx. 3.5 miles of road will be decommissioned.
Clear Lake Hills/Doublehead Habitat Maintenance
Harvest of all juniper 12" Dbh and smaller. Lopping and scattering of trees to height of 3' or less.
This project will be incorporated into the Clear Lake Sage Grouse Habitat Improvement Project - Phase I. See "Other Project Information".
Homestead Forest Health Project
Selective thinning to favor retainment and regeneration of Washoe/ponderosa pines. Patch harvesting to favor regeneration of white bark pine. Thinning to reduce stocking in lodgepole pine stands. Prescribed fire to restore Washoe/ponderosa stands.
Matrix Thinning Project
Mechanized thinning of trees 12" and below to maintain or increase growth rates of residual trees, lower the risk to insect related mortality, and lower the risk of loss to high severity wildfire.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.