CDCR-Intermountain Conservation Camp #22

CDCR Fire Camp

Last Updated: February 28, 2024
651-025 Foothill Rd, Bieber, CA 96009

Intermountain Camp #22 is for CDCR Fire Camp offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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Satellite View of CDCR-Intermountain Conservation Camp #22

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Intermountain Camp #22 is a minimum-security facility under CDCR supervision, this camp plays a crucial role in supporting government agencies during emergency responses to wildfires, floods, and other natural or man-made disasters. Additionally, camp crews contribute to park maintenance, assist with flood mitigation through sandbagging, and participate in reforestation projects. Participation in the Conservation (Fire) Camp Program is entirely voluntary for incarcerated individuals. Those who choose to volunteer must meet specific eligibility criteria aimed at ensuring public safety. These include avenues for criminal record expungement, creating new pathways for employment, and aiding in their successful reintegration into society.

Intermountain Conservation Camp #22, operated jointly by CDCR and CAL FIRE, plays a critical role in supporting emergency responders during wildfires, floods, and other crises. Established in 1959 on an 80-acre parcel of land, the camp underwent initial challenges, including water supply logistics. However, by June 1962, with the installation of necessary infrastructure, the camp was fully operational.

When not engaged in firefighting duties, incarcerated hand crews at Intermountain Conservation Camp undertake a variety of community service and conservation projects, as determined by CAL FIRE. These include building shaded fuel breaks along highways, assisting local fire-safe councils with vegetation control, and participating in habitat restoration efforts.

The camp's contributions extend to various public entities and organizations, including the California Department of Transportation, local school districts, wildlife areas, and hospitals. Projects range from painting and fence-building to campground cleanup and fire defense improvement, benefiting communities across Shasta County and beyond.

Through these efforts, Intermountain Conservation Camp provides tens of thousands of hours of project and conservation work annually, demonstrating its commitment to supporting local communities and enhancing environmental stewardship. Additionally, the camp's in-house metal fabrication project further contributes to its operational capabilities and inmate skill development.

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Visitation Information

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