Projects and Action Plan
Over 25 years, some of the noteworthy accomplishments are:
Approximately 255 acres of scenic woodlands habitat and historic sites have been acquired and continually maintained.
Nearly 16-miles of hiking trails have been constructed and maintained accommodating varied Woodland Trail users including hiking, running, cyclist, and equestrian.
Educational Interpretative panels and displays have been installed at historic points in the Woodlands with emphasis on the Rich Gulch Mining area.
The Rich Gulch Mining area has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service on March 22, 2000.
The Sarah Zigler Interpretative Trail was designated as National Recreational Trail by the National Park Service on April 14, 2000.
Strategically placed benches have been installed to afford opportunities for rest and contemplation.
A Jacksonville Woodlands information kiosk and drinking fountain have been located at the Rich Gulch trailhead.
Trail directional and informational signage has been placed at key trail heads and trail intersections.
Informational brochures and maps of Jacksonville Woodlands have been published including the Beekman Native Plant Arboretum brochure, the Flowering Plants of the Jacksonville Woodlands brochure, and the Sarah Zigler Interpretative Trail guide.
The French Gulch Mining Interpretative Trail and display panel were completed and dedicated.
A forest fire fuel-reduction effort was completed in 2004 to reduce the fire danger within the Woodlands.
The Beekman Native Plant Arboretum, with its information kiosk and water feature was established adjacent to the historic CC Beekman House highlighting the eight biological habitats of the Siskiyou Mountains.
Click on 2015/2016 Action Plan to see which projects have been approved for the current time period, and the status of each.
The Action Plan for 2016/2017 will be considered by the board in the next several months.
To suggest a project for the next Action Plan, contact us at Woodlands Suggestions