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Conservation Program(s): Southern California Forests and Watersheds
Project Title: Community-Driven Microtrash Cleanup along Bear and Santa Clara Divides, Angeles National Forest (CA)
Organization: Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs
Project ID: 0806.19.064577
Status: Active
Description: Conduct a series of community-driven microtrash cleanup projects to benefit the recovering wild California condor population along Bear Divide and Santa Clara Divide roads in the Sayer Fire Scar in the Angeles National Forest. Project will recruit and train volunteers from nearby communities to hand collect microtrash and assist with its disposal on 4 acres of heavily contaminated chaparral habitat.
Award Amount: $18,715.95
Matching Contribution: $18,584.00
Location: Bear Divide and Santa Clara Divide roads in the Sayer Fire Scar, Angeles National Forest, California.
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