Plumas Corp, in partnership with the Plumas National Forest, will host two community meetings — on in Taylorsville and one in Portola —for the PNF Tributaries Forest Recovery Project. The project is in the initial stages of the planning process and is intended to restore and recover National Forest System lands heavily impacted by the 2021 Dixie Fire and the 2019 Walker Fire. The Tributaries Forest Recovery Project area covers 163,248 acres from Grizzly Ridge to Lake Davis and up to Antelope Lake, Taylor Lake and Lights Creek. The project area does not include any communities or populated areas.
- The Taylorsville community meeting will be held at the Taylorsville Historic Hall, located at 4322 Main St. Taylorsville from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 26.
- The Portola community meeting will be held at the Portola Public Library, located at 34 3rd Ave. Portola from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 27.
These meetings are open to the public. Community members are invited to ask questions, learn more about the project and provide input on the scope and priorities of the project.
Project information and maps will be available online at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=63289
For more information on the Tributaries Forest Recovery Project, please contact the Plumas Corp office at 530-283-3739.