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    Spring Park Natural Area Management Plan (Draft)

    NCPRD’s Natural Areas Division is currently working on finalizing the Spring Park Natural Area Management Plan. For more information please click here. We will have more news about this project as we move forward and finalize this plan, apply for permits, and create an outreach plan.

    Wildfire Protection Plan

    ln 2005, Clackamas County prepared a wildfire protection plan which included goals for reducing fire risk in parks managed by the North Clackamas Park and Recreation District (NCPRD) and Clackamas County. Now we are following up with an assessment of fire risk in parks, and developing plans for managi

    A key goal of this project is to make park users more aware of the role fire can play in local ecosystems. Park managers will take responsible measures to reduce fire hazards, especially on lands most prone to burning. NCPRD and Clackamas County have assembled a team of experts to develop and implement this plan. The team includes fire district officials, foresters, ecologists, landscape architects and planners. This team will work with local communities to identify the best and most cost efficient ways to reduce wildfire risks.ng and reducing these risks.

    Mount Talbert Nature Park Fire Management Plan

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