Forest Health Project

Published by The Bee News

June 6, 2022

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Tomorrow our Forest Health Project will begin at Hualapai Mountain Park. This 50-acre project (largest is park history) is centered around the cabin areas and Recreation Area 1. This project was made possible through revenues from our park guests and a grant through the State of Arizona Forestry.

Our guests will notice unhealthy trees coming down (due to the fire, lightning, Bark Beetle and more), reduced underbrush and improved defensible spaces around our park assets. This project will improve the overall health of the forest, increase our ability to fight wildfires, and let what limited water we receive go to the healthiest of trees.

Due to the rough terrain and the work is needing to be done primarily by hand this project is set to be completed in December of 2022. Please contact us at parks@mohave.gov if you have any questions or would like to be added to our FREE firewood list.

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