Rocky Ridge is a project to remove ground and ladder fuels on flat and southern facing slopes below and down slope of several private homes. Of the 30 total acres, approximately 5 acres are timbered with many suppressed and intermediate white fir, plus dead and downed material. The remaining 25 acres are open brush with scattered fir and pine. In these steeper and rocky brush fields, brush will be reduced by 50% by cutting, piling, and burning. Scattered brush underneath residual trees will also be removed.