CCORP was developed as a result of cabins lost to the Caldor Fire. This group of permit holders have been working together to find answers on ways to get their lots cleared and obtain approval to re-build from the forest service.
Many have stepped up to be in contact with agencies and have ongoing conversations with these groups as advocates on cabin owners' behalf.
Your letter writing has paid off! FEMA has agreed to fund the clean up efforts for those burned cabins.
Tony Franks (one of the cabin owners who lost his cabin in the fire) hosts zoom meetings the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. as a forum for ongoing discussions to find answers to cabin owners' questions. Here is the link to those meetings.
For more information - or to find out how you can help - please contact:
Your efforts not only help cabin owners but benefit the whole forest and are greatly appreciated!
Those who have lost their cabins still need to be able to access their lots for the clean up process.
To that end, some NSSHA cabin members are offering a place to stay - on a limited basis - to those who have to travel long distances. Knowing they can stay overnight in the area where their cabin was can make a big difference to these folks.
If you would like to offer your cabin click on OFFER FORM
Caldor Cabin Owner Recovery Project