Mature forests are complex ecosystems that have survived for millennia. They teach us about living with fire and climate change, and how to care for the formerly logged second-growth forests on Midpen lands.
Building on the success of several partner projects, the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District is assessing the potential benefits of a similar science-based restoration forestry project to improve the health of 1,210 acres of redwood forest in La Honda Creek Preserve.
A Public Meeting was held Oct 12, 2022
At the public meeting, Midpen board of directors reviewed recommended forest management prescriptions that were developed with extensive data and stakeholder input to restore and promote healthy, resilient conditions in 1,210 acres of redwood forest at La Honda Creek Preserve.
The October 12 public meeting agenda, staff report and zoom link is available online.