Multi-locale project for Caltrans.
Twin Gulches Curve (18-29), Baker Curve (18-44), and Bella Diddy (18-55)
These projects were a cooperative effort between Western Shasta RCD, the Bureau of Land Management, California Department of Fish & Wildlife, and Caltrans. The goal is to mitigate work done on sections of SR299 and SR36, where about 12 acres of riparian and upland habitat are being established by planting the appropriate species of native trees, shrubs and grasses just north of Jellys Ferry Bridge in Tehama County. The location is adjacent to the scenic Yana Trail trailhead.