This critical project scheduled to start in fall, aims to reduce wildfire severity, improve public and firefighter safety, improve forest health and beauty, as well as protect infrastructure and Mammoth Lakes’ drinking water supply.
- Recreation will be affected as some areas of the Lakes Basin will be closed at times during the Fall.
- The Public may be concerned about the “look” of the forest, as the tree density will be greatly reduced.
- Some of the wood will be available to the public with a USFS personal fuel woodcutting permit.
See link below for additional information about the Lakes Basin Hazardous Fuels Reduction Project.
WEEKLY UPDATE (9/3-9/6): There will be no closures to bike paths, campgrounds or trail heads this week due to the Lakes Basin Hazardous Fuels Reduction Project.