The BLM is requesting approximately $185,000 in funding from the Sierra Nevada Conservancy's Proposition 84 Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Grant Program to reduce the risk of large damaging wild fires, thereby preventing erosion and enhancing overall forest health in the Lilly Gap area in the Sierra National Forest. The proposed project is the second phase of the 420-acre Lilly Gap Forest and Watershed Health Project, and is part of the Lilly Gap Biomass Demonstration Project (CA-180-10-25) for fuels reduction and ecosystem restoration for watershed protection. The total 420-acre Lilly Gap project area is located on BLM administered public lands on forested slopes adjacent to the Mokelumne River that has not experienced fire in decades.
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