Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Plumas Fire Safe Council and National Forest Form New CFLRA Collaborative

No stranger to wildfire, the folks in Plumas County are taking steps to engage in forest restoration. 

Plumas National Forest 
In partnership with the Plumas National Forest, the Plumas County Fire Safe Council is developing a collaborative group increase public engagement in national forest restoration under the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Act. 

“We are looking for people to help shape this effort and to establish a solid, locally influenced foundation for the long-term management decisions that will take place on both public and on participating private lands here in Plumas County,” say organizers. 

Plumas National Forest Fire
“With the help of people who have a common vision and perseverance, we could benefit our forests for generations while taking charge of economic opportunities that we create through this plan,” say organizers.

Promoting the establishment of more collaboratives, including those under the CFLRA, is a priority for implementation of the Cohesive Strategy in the Western Region.  Read more here and here.

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