Disaster Response

Slater Fire Emergency Response – Klamath and Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest

When conducting fieldwork in wildfire disaster affected areas, we understand the unique challenges and care the work requires. The 2020 Slater Fire burned an estimated 156,800 acres of lands in northern California and southern Oregon. The emergency response focused on the felling of hazardous trees, vegetation debris removal, road maintenance, and reconstruction of the electrical grid. To support this effort, our team completed a cultural resources inventory of over 57 miles of transmission and distribution lines. We were able to deliver a high-quality technical report under a compressed timeline.

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Services Provided

  • Site Documentation
  • Archaeological Inventory / Survey
  • CEQA, NEPA, and Section 106 Compliance
  • Incident, Disaster, and Emergency Response
  • Construction Compliance Monitoring
  • Archive Research
  • Native American Outreach
  • GPS Data Collection & GIS Data Delivery
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Historic Archaeology

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