Cultural Resources Study for the Salt Point State Park Bishop Pine Project
The Anthropological Studies Center (ASC) will conduct a cultural resources study for the Salt Point State Park Bishop Pine Project. The goals of the project are to improve public safety by removing hazardous trees and reducing wildfire risk in developed areas and escape routes, and improve forest health. The project involves the removal of dead and dying trees and reduction of fuel loads from mature bishop pine stands, management of the 27-year-old stand of bishop pine to encourage health and, implementation of measures designed to encourage reproduction of bishop pine. The cultural resources study will address the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) of 1970, as amended, within the final report.