Improve forest health and reduce fuels in existing plantations, damaged by fire, drought & insects. Restore native species mix & maintain/promote old forest habitat components while reducing safety hazards on roads.

Location Summary

Existing planted stands affected by the Rough Fire from Pine Ridge east into Boulder Creek drainage, including planted stands in Converse Basin and Evans Grove Complex giant sequoia groves.

District: Hume Lake Ranger District

Project Milestones

Scoping Start01/08/2020
Comment PeriodN/A
Objection Period StartN/A
Implementation10/01/2020 (Estimated)

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