EFM’s has transitioned over 100,000 acres of forestland to climate-smart management across Oregon, Washington, and California. These properties span from the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State – a place where high rainfall, productive soils and moderate winters produce some of the biggest trees in the world to the Klamath Basin in northern California -home to the most diverse conifer assemblage in the world.
PROPERTY ACCESS & CLOSURES
EFM allows non-motorized public access to all portfolio properties, unless noted below, for activities like hunting, fishing, hiking, and recreation. Prohibited vehicles include: ATVs, motorcycles, snowmobiles, and motor-assisted bicycles or scooters.
Current property closures:
- Henry Creek
- Hood Uplands
- Onion Peak
- Scott River Headwaters – Due to extreme fire risk and reduced fire suppression resources, EFM is temporarily closing its Scott River Headwaters property to all public use effective Sunday, August 30th at 9PM. Roads with legal public access will remain open including the Shackleford Road, High C Creek Road, Miner Creek Road, French Creek Road, Sugar Creek Road and the portion of the Big Meadows County Road on EFM property. The North Patterson Road will be open to private in-holding access only. The access road to Shackleford Falls, the Kidder Creek Road and all EFM-owned spur roads, off of the previously mentioned public roads, will be closed. Please contact Property Manager, Danielle Lindler with The Jefferson Resource Company at (530) 841-2630 with any questions. We thank you for your cooperation and in aiding our efforts to protect the communities and forest resources of Scott Valley.