" Where the deer and the antelope play" Unimproved range and forest ground that has historically been used for livestock grazing, timber production, and wildlife management and recreation. Its location far from developed areas, and lack of public power or telephone, harsh winter climate, and general isolation makes it ill suited for residential subdivision or more intensive developed use. Timber harvesting is permissible under the regulation of the State Forest Practice Act. Intensive uses of the property are constrained by its Williamson Act contract, and Timberland Production Zone designation. Property is part of the California Fish & Game Private Land Managment (PLM) program and some US Fish & Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Programs. Several "historic" homesteader's cabin sites still remain on the property. The Properties exterior boundary is fenced and gated. Several seasonal service roads cross the property and access various seasonal livestock and wildlife water sources. Approx. 1,000 acres of addition BLM grazing allotment is within the property boundary fence. Worldly benefit from grazing lease, hunting lease, and timber harvest. Heavenly benefit from solitude and beauty of the land.