On the Tahoe National Forest, we are working closely with the Forest Service and local partners to ensure the health of the Truckee River watershed for generations to come. Outside of Los Angeles, our efforts on the Angeles National Forest include post-fire restoration and youth engagement.
San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Fund
In October 2014, President Obama established the 346,000-acre San Gabriel Mountains National Monument The NFF has pledged $3 million to engage neighboring communities and jump starting critical restoration work on the monument.
Lake Tahoe West Restoration Partnership
This partnership is a new inter-agency effort to restore the resiliency of Lake
Tahoe’s western forests, watersheds, recreational opportunities, and
communities to climate change, drought, bark beetles, and other
stressors. The science and stakeholder-driven collaborative process
encompasses 74,000 acres of federal, state, local, and private lands.
Giant Sequoia Restoration
The NFF is leading a collaborative effort with agencies and nonprofits to improve management of giant sequoias in the face of climate change.
Mokelumne River Restoration
Working closely with the Forest Service and Bay Area partners, the NFF has created the Mokelumne Fund to generate funding for restoring the watershed. Efforts will focus particularly in the upper watershed where ecological restoration is critical for the future of the East Bay’s water supply.