Forests – Spring 2024



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Minimizing Wildfire Risk through Landowner Grants

Years of drought, forest overcrowding, and bark beetle infestation have made our region vulnerable to wildfire. To create wildfire resilience and public safety, TTCF has been working in partnership with Cal Fire to disperse grants via the Truckee North Tahoe Forest Management Program (TNTMP). This pilot project helps private forested-land owners plan forest management projects, seek environmental compliance, and establish readiness for implementation. These grants have been awarded to HOAs, COAs, and groups and individual landowners in key geographic locations including Alpine Meadows, Tahoe Donner, Kingvale, Glenshire, and Martis Peak. By gathering an advisory of forest management experts to guide our work, we’re confident that these partnerships expedite wildfire mitigation in essential forested lands.

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Building off early momentum, regional partners are working diligently to build wildfire resilience and protect our communities’ natural beauty. TTCF’s investments and efforts are vital to accelerating a new era of data-driven planning and action, like the 2024 Truckee Fire Community Wildfire Protection Plan and TNTFMP landowner assistance. The local synergy and engagement is truly inspiring; and necessary to create a wildfire Resilient Truckee-Tahoe!

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Eric Horntvedt
Wildfire Prevention Manager – Truckee Fire Protection District

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