North Fork Mono Restoration Project
North Fork Mono Tribe Restoration Projects preserve their traditions, resources and lands through education, culture, religion and conservation. The Tribe has a long history of preserving and enhancing their traditional lands, which is now mostly private or government property. The Crane Valley Restoration Project began in 2003, in partnership with the USFS Bass Lake Ranger District and community organizations. The Restoration Project aimed to clear trash, renew the careful use of fire, restore habitat for over 25 plants used for food, baskets and medicine and renew water supplies.