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Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit partners with CHIPS to provide job training

On Feb. 21, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit entered into a partnership agreement with Calaveras Healthy Impact Product Solutions to serve as a job training site with multiple opportunities for restoration activities on National Forest System lands within the Lake Tahoe Basin.

CHIPS is a nonprofit organization based in Amador and Calaveras counties that partners with indigenous groups, such as the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California, to connect local native community members to their native land through a variety of forest and meadow restoration, watershed stewardship, cultural site work and fuels reduction projects.