Friday March 31, 2023

Mad River Union

The Bureau of Land Management has announced $100,000 from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will go towards completing restoration and improvement projects in the Lacks Creek Management Area in northwest California.

The projects will support fire resilience and advance Tribal co-stewardship, with forestry crews from the Hoopa Valley Tribe completing projects on public lands within the Tribe’s ancestral homeland.

Projects will include hazardous fuels reduction, prairie and oak woodland restoration and maintenance of previous fuels treatments completed by the Tribe.

BLM California State Director Karen Mouritsen said the agency values the partnership with the Tribe and looks forward to upcoming accomplishments.

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