Sierra Institute for Community and Environment, in partnership with the Plumas National Forest, will host two more community meetings for the North Fork Forest Recovery Project.
The meetings will be held in Greenville at the Greenville Elementary School, located at 225 Grand St. from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 13 and Wednesday, July 19.
The July 13 meeting is focused on the communities of Greenville and Crescent Mills. The July 19 meeting is focused on the communities of Seneca, Canyon Dam, Belden, Rich Bar, Virgilia, Twain, Paxton and Indian Falls.
Regardless of community focus, these meetings are all 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.
The North Fork Forest Recovery Project is in the initial stages of the planning process, with approximately 166,854 acres in the project area. The project is intended to restore and recover National Forest System lands heavily impacted by the Dixie Fire in 2021, the Walker Fire in 2019 and the Moonlight Fire in 2007.
For more information on the North Fork Forest Recovery Project, please contact Sierra Institute’s office at 530-284-1022.