>East Branch North Fork Feather

East Branch North Fork Feather

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2,660.84 km2

The East Branch North Fork Feather River stems from eastern Plumas County, south of Honey Lake. The river flows westward through the Plumas National Forest through Indian Valley. It joins the North Fork Feather River near the town of Belden. This subwatershed is primarily publicly-owned as National Forest. The watershed is home to old-growth conifer forest as well as actively managed/logged public and private forestlands, agricultural production, towns, undammed creeks and rivers, mining legacies, along with hundreds of miles of dirt roads and historic railroad logging grades. The watershed is actively monitored by FRCRM, the Upper Feather River Irrigated Lands Group and USFS.