Forest Health Community Working Group

The Forest Health Community Working Group works to create fire-safe communities and restore our forests and watersheds to a healthy and resilient state. We engage community members and local groups to provide educational opportunities and civil discourse so that we can make progress on living amidst a more resilient forest.

The Group is working on a schedule of discussions and meetings on forest health and wildfire issues for 2024. In the meantime, please join us at the following events hosted by our partners: 

Volunteer Tree Planting on Saturday, October 21, 9 a.m. — Help plant trees in the Tamarack Fire burn area! Meet at Turtle Rock Park Community Center. Please RSVP here. 

Please share the flyer with your neighbors! This event is hosted by Alpine Watershed Group in partnership with the US Forest Service and Sugar Pine Foundation. For more information, email or call (530) 694-2327.

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