NHUDG's vision for reinhabiting the restored mill site is a healthy balance between planful, innovative, sustainable development and restoring this potentially beautiful piece of property to a natural state that supports recreation, education, and return of flora and fauna once found on the bluff. Both endeavors support local jobs, a newly invigorated economy, and a healthy future for the residents of our community.
Our initiative to daylight Alder and Maple Creeks, now buried beneath the asphalt of the old mill operation will result in a view corridor to the Pacific. The project will provide a natural connection between Fort Bragg and the Noyo Center for foot and bike traffic. It will provide an outdoor classroom for school children. It will connect the people who live, work, visit, and play here a connection to