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3FIA coordinates public and private agencies to finance and develop interpretive products and presentations that further the public’s understanding and thoughtful use of the forests.
US Forest Service
We manage the Stanislaus, Sierra and Sequoia National Forests to maintain and restore healthy watersheds and diverse fire-adapted plant and animal communities. We manage public lands to provide outstanding opportunities to experience unprecedented landscapes, continuous wilderness and spectacular mountain lakes. We foster partnerships and collaborations with stakeholders for the betterment of the forest and protection of communities. We are committed to an adaptive approach to management that leaves the land in better condition than it is today.
Southern California Edison
California Land Management
California Land Management (CLM), a professional recreation management company, operates the majority of the developed recreation sites in the Sierra National Forest and has been a proud Recreation Service Partner of the Forest Service since 1984. CLM headquarters phone: (650)322-1188. Their website can be found at www.clm-services.com.
Pacific Gas & Electric
Since the 1900’s, Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) has operated various hydroelectric projects and the associated recreation facilities in the Stanislaus, Sierra, and Sequoia National Forests. PG&E and the Forest Service cooperate to plan, build, and maintain these recreation sites with guidance from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. For additional information please go to: www.pge.com.
Bureau of Land Management
Giant Sequoia National Monument Association
The mission of the Giant Sequoia National Monument Association is to support those educational and recreational programs that enhance and facilitate the sustainable management, protection, public enjoyment, and stewardship of the Giant Sequoia National Monument and the Sequoia National Forest. The Monument Association was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Porterville, California.