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Project: Shiwaka Urban Forest Restoration & Landscape Development Planning Project

Description: Funding re-conceptualizes elements of the back area of the Camp Fire site to incorporate more natural elements and water quality and infiltration opportunities. The planning/concept design will include three explicit outdoor education spaces with natural landscaping; replacing a seldom used, oversized amphitheater; vernal pool and dry creek beds intended to collect and filter rainwater on campus; a rest stop/bike stop along the northern boundary, just west of entry way; and a reclaimed water and smart irrigation station. The overall proposed project will encompass the development of an urban forest, including an extensive landscaping master plan with trails, interpretive signage, vernal pools as well as a new trail, called the Discovery Trail. These improvements will allow for the use of Camp Fire’s facility and provide for significant enhancements to its fully accredited camp; in addition, the general public will also utilize these new and improved nature trails during normal operating hours.

Reference Number: 3825P01RMC19004

Implemented By: Camp Fire Los Angeles Council

Objective: This project meets the objectives of the RMC Open Space Plan and requirements of Prop 1

Type: Restoration, Recreation/Access/Interpretation, Infrastructure Improvement, Research/Planning (including Science)

Total Cost: $32,159.24

Project Status: Complete but Not Fully Paid

On Time?: Yes    Within Scope?: Yes    Within Budget?: Yes

Estimated Completion: 5/15/2021    Actual Completion:

Associated Counties: Los Angeles

Project Benefits a Disadvantaged Community (or SDAC): Yes

Contribution SourcesContribution DateContribution Amount
  $32,159.24
Prop. 1, Urban Creek (LA River)9/1/2021$32,159.24


Project MetricMetric TopicQuantityUnit
RestorationEcosystem: Riparian Habitat7acres restored/assessed/managed
Recreation/Access/InterpretationInterpretive Enhancements  
Infrastructure ImprovementSite Amenities/ Access Improvements (benches, parking, piers, etc..)  
Research/Planning (including Science)Feasibility Studies -- Surface Storage  
Research/Planning (including Science)Other  

Water Action Plan Target

    
Make Conservation a California Way of LifeAction Description
Increase Regional Self-Reliance and Integrated Water Management Across All Levels of GovernmentAction Description

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