This funding is made available to Alpine County through the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act. The RAC works closely with the Forest Service to recommend projects that will benefit forest health, fish, wildlife, soils, watersheds, and other resources, maintain roads, trails, and other infrastructure, or control noxious weeds.
RAC projects must be located on National Forest System lands in Alpine County or on other nearby lands if the project will benefit the resources on the National Forest. Projects can be completed by the Forest Service, through partnership agreements with county entities or non-profit organizations, or by open-bid contracting with individuals and corporations. Applicants should contact the appropriate National Forest, Humboldt–Toiyabe, Eldorado, or Stanislaus, and ensure that the appropriate staffs are aware of the application.
Information about the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self Determination Act, RAC Projects, forms and instructions are available on the Secure Rural Schools website at
Projects can be proposed on-line through the Secure Rural Schools web-site at
or they may be submitted via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Daniel Morris at 775-884-8140 about other methods of submitting projects (i.e., fax or through the mail). Project proposals need to be submitted by September 1, 2012.
The RAC will begin reviewing projects for possible funding during their meeting on September 10, at 6 p.m., at the Alpine Early Learning Center, on 100 Foothill Road, in Markleeville, CA. The public is welcome to attend. For more information on the Committee, or to learn more about proposing projects, please contact the RAC Coordinator, Daniel Morris, at 775-884-8140, or at email@example.com.