By-Day Creek Forest Health Project

By-Day Creek Forest Health Project

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Project Goal:

Improve forest ecosystem health and minimize the impacts of future wildfires.

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Project Stages


Resource Collection

Conceptual Design

Relationship Building

Impact Study

35% Planning and Design

65% Planning and Design

Estimated Completion Date:
October 2024

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Project Description

By-Day Creek is located in northern Mono County withing the 460 acre CDFW ecological reserve. The By-Day Creek Forest Health Project is a collaborative project with California Department of Fish and Wildlife to implement thinning of overly dense white fir forest understory. This will improve forest health and reduce the threat of catastrophic wildfire on this stream and watershed containing Lahontan Cutthroat Trout.

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