- Acres of Forest Fuels Reduction Treatment
- Acre (acres)
- The number of acres of treatment performed in the Tahoe Basin to reduce hazardous fuels and to move toward a Fire Regime Condition Class (FRCC) 1 rating. This PM covers fuels reduction treatments that take place in the general forest, community defense zone, threat zone and on publicly owned urban intermix parcels. Fuels reductions treatments work toward achieving the Hazardous Fuels desired condition, while keeping aligned with the Healthy Forests and Vegetation desired condition.
- This Indicator is reported in the following LT Info areas:
Environmental Improvement Program
California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Tahoe Conservancy, Nevada Division of State Lands, Nevada State Parks, U.S. Forest Service[2 More Options]
Local public lands (fire districts, counties, GIDs, PUDs, etc.), Private
|Initial or Maintenance Treatment||
Biomass Removal, Chipping, Hand Thinning, Mastication, Mechanical Thinning[3 More Options]
Prescribed Burning, Pruning, Helicopter Yarding
Community Defense Zone, General Forest, Threat Zone, Urban Core
No monitoring programs are yet associated with this indicator.
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