The Sierra Nevada Conservancy would provide the U.S. Forest Service with funding to implement the King Fire Restoration Project. The proposed project includes post-fire restoration and wild land fire fuel reduction within 16,682 acres of national forest lands within the King Fire burn scar. Treatment activities would include fuel reduction, salvage logging, removal of hazard trees, conifer planting and release treatments, watershed improvements, pile burning, and broadcast burning. Project activities would be carried out with a combination of mechanical treatments and manual treatments by U.S. Forest Service crews and contractors.
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