Help with the reforestation of Jones Fire burn at the Woolman Sierra Friends Center campus!
On August 20, 2020, the lightning-started Jones Fire raged across Woolman’s campus and decimated the forest at Mel’s Pond. Quickly, a tree salvage operation occurred to recover the marketable timber, but it left a burn scar of about 75 acres on this hillside. A deep layer of mulch has covered this site for a year, helping build the health of the forest floor. Help us restore this burned forest to its majestic state once again.
4,000 seedlings of Douglas Fir, Ponderosa Pine, Giant Sequoia
Tree planting days will be led by forest science and land management experts. We will learn from them about fire ecology in our region and silviculture reforestation methods.
- SIERRA STREAMS INSTITUE
- BEAR YUBA LAND TRUST
- UNDER THE TREES: KEVIN WHITLOCK
- FOREST SILVICULTURIST: KRISTIN WINFORD,
OUT-OF-TOWN VOLUNTEERS WELCOME!
Overnight accomodations in A-Frame cabins are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. Cabin fees are waived in exchange for 2 days of planting. Meals may be purchased in our Dining Hall.
For more information visit: https://woolman.org/2021/11/05/volunteer-for-community-tree-planting/