A HIKER enjoys the meadow at Hazel Creek Campground, where grant money will be used for more improvements. Photo by Jesse Saich

We don’t have any pictures of the Hazel Creek campground. I’ve attached a picture of the restored Hazel Meadow, adjacent to the campground, that I shot last June. Jesse Saich Public Information Analyst El Dorado Irrigation District


Sierra Nevada Conservancy board OKs $10M in bond-funded watershed protection projects in the Sierra

By From page A3 | March 9, 2011

Approximately $10 million will soon flow to watershed protection projects in the Sierra, including one in El Dorado County, the Sierra Nevada Conservancy announced this week.

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