North Yuba Landscape Resilience Project

Improve and restore forest health and resilience, reduce the risk of high-severity wildfire, protect and secure water supplies, and protect communities from the effects of high-severity wildfire on approximately 210,000 acres of National Forest Land.

Location Summary

North Yuba River Watershed. The planning area stretches from New Bullards Bar Reservoir up to the Sierra Crest along Highway 49 and encompasses approximately 275,000 acres.

District: Yuba River Ranger District

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