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Butte Forest Plan and Forest Health Watershed Coordination

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The bright purple outline shows the BCRCD watershed coordinator project area

Butte County RCD received a 2019 Forest Health Watershed Coordinator grant from California's Department of Conservation. This grant funded BCRCD staff to develop several large-scale forest health grants, start the Butte PBA, and work on erosion control projects around the County.  The watershed coordinator will also be responsible for developing the Butte Forest Plan, a document that spells out what "the next forest" should look like and how we can get there as a community.  Based on collaboration with dozens of local groups and the best available science, this document can serve as the basis of a strategic plan for a Butte County forest health collaborative. It will help guide organizations and landowners in fire recovery, program development, ecological restoration, and forest management decisions across an area of about 900,000 acres. 

Stay tuned!

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