Year of Project: 2008
Trees Planted:15,000

The Eldorado National Forest will plant 15,000 trees to help reforest the South Fork of the American River Canyon that was burned in 2004 by the Freds Fire. It will repla… Read More

Freds Fire Reforestation Project

Year Planted: 2008

Trees Planted: 15,000
Location: California

The Eldorado National Forest will plant 15,000 trees to help reforest the South Fork of the American River Canyon that was burned in 2004 by the Freds Fire. It will replace and increase the habitat area for the California spotted owl.


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Freds Fire Reforestation Project

Year Planted: 2008
Trees Planted: 15,000
Location: California

The Eldorado National Forest will plant 15,000 trees to help reforest the South Fork of the American River Canyon that was burned in 2004 by the Freds Fire. It will replace and increase the habitat area for the California spotted owl.



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