This project covers vegetation treatments on Plumas Eureka Community Services District owned 35 acres, and is a portion of the larger Mohawk Valley Forest Resiliency project that aims to restore 762 acres of mixed conifer forest along the Middle Fork Feather River to an improved state of ecosystem health through hand thinning, mechanical thinning, chipping, piling and prescribed fire. These activities aim to control insect and disease infestation and the reduction of hazardous fuels in a wildland urban interface. Other forest health related goals include: the re-introduction of fire as an ecological process; the restoration of mixed conifer forest understory and wildlife habitat; and the improvement of water quality and soil productivity. The project was planned collaboratively and prioritized due to conditions creating increased risk of high severity wildfire, proximity to critical infrastructure including water treatment centers, headwaters benefits, and forest ecosystems impacted by insects and disease. Project implementation will improve forest resilience by addressing undesirable ecological conditions that could lead to or exacerbate a wildfire event.