SPI Reopens Its California Forestlands To The Public

SPI Reopens Its California Forestlands To The Public

Citing that wildfire risk is decreasing in the state, Sierra Pacific Industries is reopening its California Forestlands to the public. SPI owns nearly two million acres of timberland across California and Washington, and its public access allows for the use of its properties for many recreational activities. However, a temporary change was made in August when wildfires were raging in the state. SPI’s private forestland is again available for hiking, bicycling, fishing, hunting and cross country skiing. SPI still prohibits target shooting, trial building, off-road vehicle use, overnight camping or any type of fires on its property. Also, it’s still outlawed to take any type of products, wildflowers, mushrooms, non-game species, water, soil or rock samples from SPI properties.

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