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Project: Log Meadow Restoration

Description: Healthy meadows provide resiliency to the effects of climate change by improving groundwater storage, enhancing baseflows, reducing peak flood flows, enhancing water quality, increasing resilience to wildfire, and improving critical habitat and aquatic resources. The proposed project will restore and protect 138 acres of mountain meadow at two high-priority sites: Faith Valley in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest and Log Meadow in Sequoia National Park. It will thereby directly address the PSN priority 1 of restoring degraded montane meadows and restoring and protecting upper watershed lands for climate adaptation and resiliency. The expected results of the proposed project are twofold: 1) hydrological and ecosystem processes are restored across 138 acres of mountain meadow, and 2) a case study of innovative, light-handed meadow restoration techniques catalyzes meadow restoration at additional locations, such as access-restricted Wilderness areas.

Reference Number: 36402019258

Implemented By: American Rivers

Objective:

Type: Restoration

Total Cost: $359,995.00

Project Status: Project Implementation

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

Estimated Completion: 3/31/2024    Actual Completion:

Associated Counties: Tulare

Located In Severely Disadvantaged Community: No

Contribution SourcesContribution DateContribution Amount
  $359,995.00
Federal Contribution7/30/2020$127,684.00
Other State Funds7/30/2020$26,839.00
Private Contribution7/30/2020$14,000.00
Prop. 68, Upper Watershed Lands in Sierra Nevada and Cascade Mountains7/30/2020$191,472.00


Project MetricMetric TopicQuantityUnit
RestorationForest Lands18acres restored/assessed/managed

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