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Forestry, Veg. Mgmt, & Restoration

Tahoe Basin Caldor Hazard Tree Hand Cut Project – Forestry Oversight, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, California

August 9, 2024

The National Forest Foundation is seeking a Registered Professional Forester (RPF) to conduct project oversight and limited project layout services. The contractor will be expected to provide an average of 30-40 hours of oversight per week while implementation is occurring.

The intent of this project is to address standing hazard trees and excess ground fuel caused by the Caldor Fire. The project will treat up to 463 acres of relatively steep ground within 200 feet of National Forest System trails roads and private property, between Echo Summit and South Lake Tahoe, California.


Responses should be emailed by August 9, 2024.


Mila Bock, [email protected]