In the headwaters of the Feather River in northern California, ranchers, environmentalists, and officials with a variety of agencies are using funds approved by voters statewide to raise the water table in wet meadows surrounded by Plumas National Forest.
What does PNF stand for?
PNF stands for Plumas National Forest (US Forest Service)
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The survey area is bordered on the north by Tehama County, on the west by Glenn County, on the southwest by Colusa and Sutter Counties, on the southeast by Yuba County and the Plumas National Forest, and on the northeast by the Lassen National Forest.
The gem of Plumas National Forest, 640-foot Feather Falls drops into the Fall River, a short distance upstream from Lake Oroville.
On Eldorado National Forest west of Lake Tahoe, and farther north on Plumas National Forest near Mt.
For information on the Pacific Crest Trail and other trails in the area, write to Plumas National Forest (address on page 11), or call (916) 283-2050.
The Moonlight Fire, which burned more than 65,000 acres in September 2007 in and around the Plumas National Forest in the northern Sierra Nevada.
2 million-acre Plumas National Forest produces dazzling color-changing species such as this red Black Oak growing next to a brilliantly yellow Big-Leaf Maple.
A steep pull found us on the Plumas National Forest.