Copper Fire Fuelbreaks Maintenance Project
A proposal to maintain existing "backbone" fuelbreaks located primarily on ridgetops within the Sierra Pelona Mountain Range just north of the City of Santa Clarita, CA. Treatment methods include mechanical, manual (by hand), and prescribed fire.
Littlerock Reservoir Sediment Removal Project
Palmdale Water District proposes to remove approx. 1.2 million cubic yards of sediment from the reservoir, and haul it to a waste facility near Palmdale. A concrete grade control structure will be built to reduce future sedimentation.
Los Angeles County- Big Tujunga Canyon Highway Maintenance
An unreinforced wall of 450' length and 20' high is severely eroded by constant water scouring. The proposal is to reinforce this wall with riprap. A temporary water diversion structure will be placed in the middle of the streambed to divert water.
Mt. Waterman Ski Resort Summer Mt. Biking
Mt. Waterman Ski Resort proposes to allow summer Mt. Biking within their permitted area. Approx. 10 miles of single track trail would be constructed and maintained by resort staff and volunteers, adjacent to and within existing ski runs and roads.
Angeles National Forest Defensible Space Project
Expanding Hazard Reduction for landowners with habitable structures within 300 feet of the forest boundary. Project will establish defensible space around structures to the extent necessary to comply with state and county fire codes.
Angeles National Forest Seed and Cutting Collection
The Angeles National Forest is proposing to improve vegetation and wildlife habitat conditions in disturbed locations across the forest by collecting native seed and cuttings by hand for restoration purposes.
Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project Supplemental EIS
Proposal is to implement Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recommendations on an already approved transmission line. On National Forest System lands, marker balls would be added to 111 wire spans, and aviation lights to 3 towers.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.