Plumas National Forest
The magnificence of Plumas National Forest spans more than 1 million acres of northern California in the Northern Sierra Nevada. Its fresh air and majestic views draw urban and rural visitors seeking nature’s serenity.
Miles of effervescent streams and lakes zigzag through the rich mixture of native pine, fir, and cedar trees. In a matter of days, though, Plumas’ stunning terrain had changed dramatically.
In 2007, wildfires destroyed more than 88,000 acres of the Plumas. Our partners in the US Forest Service have indicated that many areas need urgent help replanting new trees.
What We Are Doing
With your support, we are helping to replant more than 790,000 trees. These new trees will help prevent soot and soil runoff into Plumas’ precious water supplies.
Help Bring Life Back
Supporting all the forms of life in the Plumas requires a healthy forest. You can be part of this important effort. Your contribution will plant desperately needed trees.