Published May 8, 2023

While many of us are cozying up with a cup of coffee, enjoying the spring rains from the comfort of our homes and offices, Lomakatsi’s restoration forestry crews have been working rain or shine to help improve forest health and reduce wildfire risk to communities.

Last week, two 10-person crews under the leadership of our Lead Restoration Crew Manager, Braulio Maya Cortes, continued ecological thinning on the Upper Applegate Watershed Restoration Project, as part of a Rogue Forest Partners initiative. After an annual First Aid and CPR refresher training on Monday, crews accomplished 75 acres of restorative thinning and fuels treatments at UAW, working on U.S. Forest Service- Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest lands near Palmer Creek.

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