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EASTERN SIERRA CLIMATE & COMMUNITIES RESILIENCE PROJECT

ESCCRP PROGRESS TRACKING DASHBOARD

Planning 

Proposed Actions

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Project Prioritization

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Environmental Compliance

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The Eastern Sierra Pace and Scale Accelerator

2022 — 2025

The Eastern Sierra Pace & Scale Accelerator grant was awarded to the Eastern Sierra Council of Governments (ESCOG) with the intent to build local environmental planning capacity in the eastern Sierra. Beginning with the ESCCRP, the interdisciplinary team established through this grant will conduct necessary analyses and survey work to complete the NEPA, to help our federal partners meet the new pace and scale needs for restoration of public lands. This team will then be positioned to assist with environmental planning needs on future projects under the ESCOG’s Sustainable Recreation & Ecosystem Management Program.

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Funding for this project is provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife's Proposition 1 Watershed Restoration Grant Program under the managing headwaters for multiple benefits priority.

Implementation

60,000

50,000 

40,000 

30,000

20,000 

10,000 

56,141 acres in Project Area

Goal to treat by 2042

2156 acres funded

565 acres treated

ESCCRP Phase 1 Implementation

2022 — 2025

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Hand Thin- 528 acres

Mechanical Thin- 748 acres

Pile Burn- 542 acres

Aspen Regen- 38 acres

Rx Fire- 300 acres

2156 acres funded

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"Funding for this project provided by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection's Forest Health Program."

Funding
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200 M

150 M

100 M

50 M

Sustainable Funding Planning

The ESCCRP is a multi-decadal endeavor that will require sustainable funding streams to be a success. ESCCRP staff and project partners are working to understand real project costs and develop a multi-pronged approach to identify sustainable funding streams to make the project a success.

ESCCRP Funding Sources:

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Match

CDFW

CAL FIRE

SNC

NFWF

Private

$ 10.04 M Grant Funding

$   5.85 M Match Funding Pledged

$ 15,891,803 committed to the ESCCRP

ESCCRP Grants Timeline Overview

Eastern Sierra Climate & Communities Resilience Project

Planning Grants

Solving for Biomass

Eastern Sierra Pace & Scale Accelerator

Lakes Basin Fuels Reduction 

Implementation Grants

ESCCRP Phase 1 Implementation 

2020

2019

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

Funder:

CAL FIRE

California Department of Fish and Wildlife

National Fish & Wildlife Foundation

Sierra Nevada Conservancy