Concow Resilience Project


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Sierra Nevada Conservancy
Document Title
Concow Resilience Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Project Applicant
Butte County Resource Conservation District

Document Description
The Concow Resilience Project will complete CEQA and NEPA analysis, project designs, and develop a monitoring plan, to cover a 400 to 1,500 acre portion of the Concow Creek watershed in Butte County that was burned during the 2018 Camp Fire. The project will develop an innovative model of climate- and fire-resilient reforestation to protect water resources, increase carbon storage, and restore prescribed fire to the landscape.

Contact Information
Jamie Sammut
Sierra Nevada Conservancy
1121 Blocker Drive, Suite 205
Auburn, CA 95603

Phone : (530) 823-4688


39°45'58.4"N 121°29'48.9"W
Concow and East of Concow
Other Location Info
The Concow Creek watershed; private and Plumas National Forest lands along the eastern side of Concow Reservoir and the Community of Concow. Bounded on the West by Concow reservoir, the East by Hwy 70, the North by Flea Valley, and the South by Pinkston Canyon Rd. Centered.

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Class 6 Section 15306 Information Collection
Reasons for Exemption
Statutory Exemptions. State code number: Section 15262 Feasibility and Planning Studies This is a planning project completing surveys, CEQA and NEPA analysis, and project and monitoring design for the potential restoration of forested ground near the Concow Reservoir burned in the 2018 Camp Fire. It does not involve physical alterations to the environment. Completion of the planning activities will not have a legally binding effect on future activities.


Notice of Exemption
2019110275_SNC-929_ConcowResilience_11-13-10_NOE   PDF 829 K

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