Project work will entail the development of three linear fuel breaks. The Tedoc portion of the project will create a "U" shaped fuel break that starts at Raney Peak and branches northeast. The northwest branch will be established at Raney Peak and will continue to the northwest. The entire Tedoc Mountain Fuel Break portion of the area's overall fuel break system will create a 12.8 mile long by 300' wide linear feature that encompasses an area of approximately 473 privately held acres. Various federal parcels managed by the Bureau of Land Management and the Shasta Trinity National Forest are in the vicinity but outside the project area. In the future, The Tedoc Mountain Fuel Break will connect with the soon to be developed 3 mile long 171 acre Pattymocus to Platina Fuel Break.
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