WILLOWS, Calif. — Acting Grindstone District Ranger Tony Saba signed a decision Friday, Jan. 19, 2018 to amend the Trail 17N84 Restoration Project Decision Memo.
The amendment administratively restricts use of approximately 0.18 miles (950 feet) of Trail 17N84 to vehicles 50” or less, (e.g., off-highway vehicles, recreational access vehicles and motorcycles). Saba said the amendment was made to prevent further erosion near Mill Creek.
The Trail 17N84 Restoration Project consists of restoring and permanently closing a multi-use trail segment (1,000 to 1,500 feet) and treating nearby infestations of invasive plant species using a combination of manual and chemical methods.
Trail 17N84 is located approximately five miles southwest of Stonyford in Colusa County between Trails 32 and 40. Project documents are available on the forest website at:
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