Feather River RCD and FS Invite Quincy to Fire Resilency Project Meeting

Around 9,000 acres of land in North Quincy are scheduled to undergo a wildfire resiliency project, and the Quincy community is invited to share your thoughts.

This Thursday, October, 13th at the Quincy Public Library you can attend a public meeting held by the Feather River Resource Conservation District and the Plumas National Forest Mount Hough Ranger District. Employees from the organizations will be discussing the project details and answer your questions about the project.

Within the Wild Urban Interface, the defense zone from Snake Lake to Chandler road will undergo forest health improvements including the reduction of hazardous fuels through thinning and prescribed fire techniques.

The meeting will be held from 5 to 6:30 pm, with project comments being accepted through November 7th.

The RCD and Forest Service will be planning a public field trip as well to the project site later in November.

To learn more you can visit frrcd.org.