Sequoia ForestKeeper’s mission is to protect
and restore the ecosystems of the southern Sierra Nevada – including both the
Sequoia National Forest and the Giant Sequoia National Monument – through
monitoring, enforcement, education, and litigation.By acting as the eyes, ears, and voice of
the forest, SFK seeks to improve land management practices, to promote land
stewardship, to enforce existing laws and regulations, to implement public
awareness programs, and to offer assistance to local land management agencies.
P.O. Box 2134
Kernville, CA 93238
Toll Free: 866-Keep Trees (533-7873)
Latest News from the Forest
April 10, 2013 :
Read SFK's April Newsletter here
Mar. 6, 2013 :
To read the latest updates on SFK's appeals against the Giant Sequoia National Monument Management Plan, click here
Feb. 22, 2013 :
Read SFK's February Newsletter here
Jan. 4, 2013: Sequoia National Forest Schedule of Proposed Actions
Each quarter, the Forest Service releases a list of the projects they will work on for the following three months. To know what the agency is up to, click here
Dec. 17, 2012: Read a recap of what we've been up to in 2012- SFK Year in Review
Sept. 18, 2012: Sequoia ForestKeeper appeals the Sampson Grazing Allotment Permit issued by the Forest Service.
To read the appeal,
On Sept. 4, the Forest Service officially released their Record of Decision for the Giant Sequoia National Monument Management Plan.
We will be spending the next month reading the plan and making comments to the Forest Service, and will keep you apprised of what is happening with the Monument.
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