NSSHA MISSION STATEMENT

The Northern Sierra Summer Home Association was founded to inform and protect the interests of cabin owners in the Eldorado National Forest as well as to advocate that Recreation Residence permit holders keep an abiding interest in the stewardship and protection of National Forest land.
The officers and members of NSSHA seek to assist the National Forest Supervisor, District Rangers and other Forest Service employees in their mission of preserving and managing recreational opportunities for all.
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January 2019
Due to the government shutdown, normal winter green fuel clearing activities in the El Dorado National Forest have been suspended.

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AGENCIES FOR CABIN RELATED INFORMATION

FOREST SERVICE/REGION 5 - El Dorado National Forest: www.fs.fed.us/r5/eldorado
Amador Ranger District - 26820 Silver Drive, Pioneer, CA 95666 (CA) - (209) 295-4251
CABIN MAINTENANCE GUIDELINES: http://www.fs.fed.us/im/directives/field/r5/fsh/2709.11/r5-2709-11-40-2016-2-1a.pdf
2018 EL DORADO NATIONAL FOREST CABIN PAINT COLORS
TREE MORTAILITY IN YOUR AREA
CAL FIRE
ONLINE CAMPFIRE PERMITS
BURN DAY MESSAGE: (866) 621-5897 or (530) 621-5897
PG&E (800) 743-5000 - Vegetation Program Manager - Jeff Mussell - J5mi@pge.com
WATER ISSUES State Water Board Drought Information
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HOW TO JOIN NSSHA
Thank you for your interest in the Northern Sierra Summer Home Association. If you would like to join,
please contact: Tony Planchon at: planch4@sbcglobal.net

PUBLICATIONS
Forest Service land acquisition in Forni Meadows
2018 Spring Newsletter
2017 Fall Newsletter
2017 Spring Newsletter
2016 Fall Newsletter
2016 Spring Newsletter
2015 Newsletter
2014 Newsletter
2011 Newsletter
2010 Newsletter
Tribute to Phil Oakes
Eldrado National Forest Centennial