Year of Project: 2009
Trees Planted:11,900

In 2007 the Moonlight fire burned over 45,000 acres of National Forest System lands. This project plans on reforesting these burned areas and monitoring them as well to … Read More

Moonlight Fire

Year Planted: 2009
Trees Planted: 11,900
Location: California

In 2007 the Moonlight fire burned over 45,000 acres of National Forest System lands. This project plans on reforesting these burned areas. There are several major benefits to this project to the ecosystem such as improving the recovery of local native trees, provide habitats for such animals as the Spotted Owl, improving both the Indian Creek and Lights Creek watersheds’ water quality, and providing recreational activities to the public. This project will span 6,000 acres and will plant 11,900 trees in its first year.


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Moonlight Fire

Year Planted: 2009
Trees Planted: 11,900
Location: California

In 2007 the Moonlight fire burned over 45,000 acres of National Forest System lands. This project plans on reforesting these burned areas. There are several major benefits to this project to the ecosystem such as improving the recovery of local native trees, provide habitats for such animals as the Spotted Owl, improving both the Indian Creek and Lights Creek watersheds' water quality, and providing recreational activities to the public. This project will span 6,000 acres and will plant 11,900 trees in its first year.



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