Year of Project: 2007
Trees Planted:75,000

75,000 bare root seedlings will continue restoration work begun in 2005 to reforest lands burned in the 2004 Power Fire. Damaged areas included nine spotted owl protected… Read More

Power Fire Reforestation II

Year Planted: 2007

Trees Planted: 75,000
Location: California

75,000 bare root seedlings will continue restoration work begun in 2005 to reforest lands burned in the 2004 Power Fire. Damaged areas included nine spotted owl protected areas, two northern goshawk protected areas, and riparian zones adjacent to perennial and seasonal streams. American Forests partnered with Eldorado National Forest on the project to plant ponderosa, sugar, and Jeffrey pine; white, red, and Douglas-fir; and incense cedar trees.


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Power Fire Reforestation II

Year Planted: 2007
Trees Planted: 75,000
Location: California

75,000 bare root seedlings will continue restoration work begun in 2005 to reforest lands burned in the 2004 Power Fire. Damaged areas included nine spotted owl protected areas, two northern goshawk protected areas, and riparian zones adjacent to perennial and seasonal streams. American Forests partnered with Eldorado National Forest on the project to plant ponderosa, sugar, and Jeffrey pine; white, red, and Douglas-fir; and incense cedar trees.



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