This project, which is currently in the working drawings phase, provides for the replacement of the existing conservation camp facilities on approximately 20 acres of state-owned property. The new facility will house several new buildings, including CDCR and Cal Fire Administration Buildings, new equipment garages, Mess Hall and Kitchen, Barracks, and Woodshop. The project site is an important archaeological site, as it was home to Native Americans for several thousands of years. We are working closely with local Native American tribes, the State, archaeologists, and the environmental consultant who prepared the CEQA analysis in order to design our structures and utilities to minimize disturbance of artifacts and remains on the site, which has been used as a Cal Fire Conservation Camp for the last fifty years.

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