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Lassen County Post-Fire Recovery Assistance Program

May contain: tree, plant, ground, fir, and abies

Project Objectives:

The project provides an important means for landowners, who otherwise could not afford site preparation and reforestation treatments, to rehabilitate their lands in the wake of the Dixie (2021), Beckwourth Complex (2021), Hog and Sheep Fires (2020). Our goals are to remove standing dead forest fuels, restore forest health and resilience, stabilize soil and reduce erosion from the burned landscape, restore wildlife habitat for forest-dwelling species, and promote landscape-level carbon storage in trees. This program will not require any cost to landowners, but will require some preparation and post-activity work as well as  collaboration with the Honey Lake Valley RCD (HLVRCD), Lassen Fire Safe Council, and selected contractors. Our goal is to improve approximately 1500 acres of private lands in the district.

These projects are grant funded through the United States Forest Service until 2024. 

For more information, and to help determine if your property qualifies for assistance, please take a moment to review the HLVRC's Post Fire Recovery Assistance User Guide below. After you've reviewed the User Guide, please fill out the interest form. This form will be available though November 11th, 2022. Paper interest forms will also be available for those who don’t have internet access with a drop box at the HLVRCD office.


For any additional questions or comments, contact Catherine Wooster at

Honey Lake Valley Resource Conservation District Post Fire Recovery Assistance Program User Guide.pdf


Interest Form: