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The Redding Center
With Chico and Siskiyou Locations

The California Conservation Corps’ Redding Center is a nonresidential center located in northern Redding, employing an average of 70 area corpsmembers on four trail crews and one initial attack (Type II) fire crew.  There are also 50 corpsmembers based in Chico, 15 in Yreka and 15 in Weaverville, 150 in all.


The center began in 1982 as a satellite for the Siskiyou Center and as Redding continued to grow so has the Redding Center; it is now home to Shasta Cascade Operations with Chico, Yreka and Weaverville satellites. The Redding Center does extensive work with the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, the National Park Service, California State Parks, the Department of Fish and Game and the City of Redding.


Project Portfolio
Trail work and firefighting are among the major efforts by Redding crews.  The four trail crews work on a variety of local projects; during fire season, the fire crew works in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service.

Redding Center