Argentine Rock Lookout
Argentine Rock Lookout is a Community based Volunteer project overseen by The Forest Fire Lookout Association and strong cooperative partnerships.
Because of the Very Hard work of Your "Argentine Chapter" team, we are a proud member of Plumas Bank, Quincy Branch. All donations to the Lookout will work hard within our community. Any questions about the Lookout, or Donations can be answered by the NEW Chapter Chairman, Jeff Greef @ Kaptarian@gmail.com.
Scenically perched on a rocky peak on Grizzly Ridge, on the Mt. Hough Ranger District of the Plumas National Forest, Argentine Rock Lookout was in active service until 1980. Construction on the 11' enclosed tower with C-3 cab and catwalk was begun in 1934 and first staffed in 1936. She WILL rise from the dust again!
This project will consist of restoring, maintaining, researching and recording of historical aspects regarding Argentine Rock Lookout. The lookout will be restored as close as can be accomplished, to its original condition through strong cooperative partnerships, and community based involvement. Please join our Team and be a part of something exciting!
EFFORT UNDERWAY TO RESTORE ARGENTINE LOOKOUT _ PLUMAS NEWS:
To donate to this community based project we encourage you to send tax deductible donations to : Argentine Lookout
or P.O. Box 921
Quincy, Ca. 95971
We are a 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Organization that is tax deductible.
Come Join Our Team! We are looking for volunteers to come and partake of exciting things happening on Grizzly Ridge! Are you willing to do something Big and exciting for Quincy!
Argentine Rock Lookout is a volunteer member community based organization of the Forest Fire Lookout Association. The organization encourages efforts of public groups and others in the restoration of forest fire lookouts. The membership is composed of lookout enthusiasts, hikers, conservationists forest fire personnel, foresters, story writers, and members of the environmental and general community. We encourage membership and involvement to help save these historical landmarks.