With the vision of a thriving forest, Golden State Natural Resources brings together committed public and private entities with the expertise and resources to create thriving forests that produce healthy trees, clean air and water, and enhanced wildlife habitat.
We are committed to protecting and enhancing the health and safety of our rural communities and residents, and natural habitats that surround them, by reducing the potential for catastrophic wildfires in California.
The development of an innovative wood product industry in California will create employment opportunities for generations to come. Golden State Natural Resources is committed to growing the economy through job creation in California’s rural communities.
The work of Golden State Natural Resources will transform excess and unmarketable fire fuels into a wood product, reducing catastrophic wildfire risk, strengthening the wood industry in California, and catalyzing wood-related research and development.
Reducing fuel for forest fires benefits all Californians by contributing to improved air quality, increased carbon reduction, watershed health, wildlife habitat enhancement, organic waste diversion, and more. Golden State Natural Resources seeks to protect and enhance quality of life for all Californians.
Supervisor Matt Kingsley represents District 5 of Inyo County, which includes several small communities and exceptional landscapes, from Death Valley to Mt. Whitney.
Supervisor Williams represents District 4 of Tehama County. As Supervisor, he serves on numerous local committees and commissions, and is Tehama County’s representative on the Boards of Directors for both the California State Association of Counties and the Rural County Representatives of California.
Supervisor Stacy Corless represents District 5 on the Mono County Board of Supervisors. Framed by Mammoth Crest, Mammoth Rock, and the Sherwin Range, the district encompasses the southern portion of the Town of Mammoth Lakes and is entirely within the town boundaries.
Supervisor Doug Teeter represents District 5 of Butte County, which includes United States Forest Service and state forest lands and was heavily impacted by the Camp Fire in 2018.
Supervisor Kobseff represents District 3 on the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors. District 3 includes the City of Weed, Lake Shastina, Grenada, Big Springs, Gazelle and a portion of Mount Shasta northwest of Abrams Lake Road.