Giving

 

With every reservation at Cedar Peak, we are committed to planting a tree through the California Wildfire Restoration Fund. Our goal for 2019 is to plant AT LEAST 100 trees.

 
 
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In the last three years since we have owned the Cedar Peak House, we have seen wildfires rip through Yosemite and Sugarpine (burning our beloved Nelder Grove) and bark beetles destroy thousands of trees in the Sierras. When we bought Cedar Peak, there were three glorious 100-foot tall pine trees in front of the house and many smaller ones toward the lower end of the driveway. Sadly, they all succumbed to bark beetle disease and had to be removed.

It’s not widely known, but John is a firefighter who routinely goes out on wildland assignments to fight wildland fires that threaten communities, infrastructure, and national treasures like Yosemite National Park. Most recently, in 2018, he was assigned to the Camp Fire in Paradise, California and saw firsthand the ruins the fire left in its wake.

As a fire family, we know the devastation caused by wildfire.

That’s why we’ve made a commitment to partner with the National Forest Foundation to support forest restoration in California.

With every reservation at Cedar Peak, we are committed to planting a tree through the California Wildfire Restoration Fund. Our goal for 2019 is to plant AT LEAST 100 trees.

Think we can do it? It’s up to you.