Save the Redwoods League (League) proposes to implement vegetation treatments, road repair, and road decommissioning on up to 530 acres of land on the Alder Creek property. The proposed treatment types are fuel break and ecological restoration, and the proposed treatment activities would include prescribed burning, manual and mechanical treatments, and herbicide application. Ongoing maintenance of initial treatments would involve the same vegetation treatment types and activities used in the initial treatment. The League has applied to Sierra Nevada Conservancy (SNC) for a Wildfire Recovery and Forest Resilience grant. SNC and the League have prepared a Project-Specific Analysis (PSA) and Addendum to the Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) for the California Vegetation Treatment Program (CalVTP) to evaluate if the proposed project is within the scope of the CalVTP PEIR and provide environmental information to SNC and the League in compliance with CEQA. The Alder Creek Sequoia Resilience and Post-Fire Restoration Project PSA/Addendum was prepared to evaluate the project as a later activity covered by the CalVTP PEIR. SNC is the CEQA lead agency, using this PSA/Addendum to the CalVTP EIR for the portions of the proposed project that would be implemented using funding from the grant; these portions are referred to in the PSA/Addendum as those for which the League is “seeking SNC funding.” The portions of the proposed project for which the League is seeking SNC funding include treatment activities implemented within the portion of the project area that was not burned at high severity during the 2020 Castle Fire—one of two fires in the Sequoia Complex Fire (SQF Complex) that burned in the Sequoia National Forest, Giant Sequoia National Monument, and adjacent areas. The portions of the proposed project seeking SNC grant funding also include all fuel break treatments, road repair, and road decommissioning throughout the project area.