The project will complete a 0.75 mile long fuelbreak along the west and south side for the community of Cassel. It will be a total of 200 ft wide but only small trees (<8 inch diameter) and shrubs will be cut. The work will be done using a masticator, with slash being distributed across the project area. No chemicals will be used. No wetlands or streams are located near the project. Prior to commencement of the project, surveys for Eriastrium tracyi, a CNPS1-B species. If found, populations will be flagged with a 25 ft no-treatment buffer.
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