Pine Chee

About Pine Chee

One of OHA's projects, the Pine Chee Mitigation Site, is located south of Chesaw at the corner of Chesaw Road and Myers Creek Road. A spring system at the south end of the 29-acre site supports approximately five acres of forested wetland as well as a pond at the north end of the site. The wetland and surrounding acreage is protected under the mine's plan and fenced to prevent degradation by cattle and provides habitat for a wide variety of plants and animals.
Directions

From Chesaw: Leave town on Chesaw road heading toward Beaver Canyon/Toroda Creek. Drive for about 2.25 miles, and look for Myers Creek road and a cattle guard on the right. Park near the cattleguard and you will see the covered picnic table, signboard, and trailhead at the entrance to the wetland.

Pine Chee in Photos

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