The Travis Ranch will implement fuels reduction and oak woodland restoration activities on 32 acres of land managed by the Bureau of Land Management in southern Trinity County, with funding provided by a CAL FIRE California Climate Investment (CCI) forest health grant in 2022. Project treatments will reduce fuels and aid healthy forest regeneration in an area impacted by the 2020 August Wildfire Complex. Reducing the accumulation of dead woody material is a critical management priority in the project area because residual fuels will act to increase the overall severity of fire events in the future. Salvage logging operations were conducted on the Travis Ranch and adjacent BLM lands in 2021 to begin addressing this need. The cut, pile, and burn treatments proposed constitute the next important step. They are designed to protect stands by lowering the height of live flame and overall heat output of any subsequent fire. Thinning stands of smaller diameter trees and pruning limbs on fire damaged trees will reduce stand density, alleviate competitive pressures, and improve spacing. Retained trees will thus achieve larger diameters in less time, have greater ability to sequester carbon, and be more resilient to future wildfire. The project area is near homes, critical infrastructure, and along the primary egress route for the area. Combined with reforestation, these treatments will promote a well-stocked, diverse forestland that acts as a carbon sink and supports watershed health within these important headwaters.