In 2023, 150,000 seedlings will be planted on California’s Klamath National Forest for recovery from the Slater (2020) and McCash Fires (2021). Collectively, the fires burned more than 110,000 acres at high intensity within the Indian Creek and Elk Creek watersheds. Elk Creek is an important water source for nearby communities that have been heavily impacted by the fires. Replanting a mix of native seedlings will help restore the watersheds and revive forest habitat for wildlife, including many species of threatened and endangered species found within the area.
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