Trinity Roots

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Trinity County Eat Local Challenge 2014
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About Trinity County
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Trinity County is known for its mountains and lush forests.  Over 78% of the County is owned by the U.S. Forest Service or other federal agencies.  Our forests are a source of recreation and forest products.    Visit innovative forest management projects, including a community forest, fuels reduction projects to reduce wildfire threat, or post-fire restoration projects.


The Trinity County Resource Conservation District is a county-wide special district focused on solving natural resource problems and assisting landowners.  Through an innovative stewardship contract with BLM and USFS, the RCD has established the over 13,000-acre Weaverville Community Forest.

Learn more about the Weaverville Community Forest

Learn more about the Trinity County Resource Conservation District's forest health projects

The Watershed Research and Training Center (WRTC), a community- based nonprofit organization, was started in 1993 to promote healthy communities and sustainable forests through research, education, training, and economic development.