The proposed Angwin-Deer Park Wildfire Resilience Project entails the implementation of vegetation treatments on up to 5,190.9 acres of land in Napa County. The proposed treatment types (i.e., fuel breaks, wildland urban interface fuel reduction, ecological restoration) and the treatment activities (i.e., manual treatments, mechanical treatments, prescribed burning, herbicide application, prescribed herbivory) are consistent with those evaluated in the CalVTP PEIR. Maintenance treatments would involve the same vegetation treatment types and activities used in the initial treatments. The CEQA lead agency is the California Department of
Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE); its discretionary approval is the issuance of Forest Health Grant funding to implement treatments within a portion of the project area. The role of implementing agency for this project is shared between Napa Communities Firewise Foundation (NCFF), Pacific Union College (PUC), and the Land Trust of Napa County (LTNC). The Angwin-Deer Park Wildfire Resilience
Project PSA/Addendum was prepared to evaluate the project as a later activity covered by the CalVTP PEIR.