Sustainable Roads

 

 

 

EXPLORING SUSTAINABLE ROADS ACCESS IN THE
MT. BAKER-SNOQUALMIE NATIONAL FOREST

 

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pproximately 2,500 miles of roads crisscross the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, from the Canadian border to the Mt. Rainier National Park on the western Cascades. The Forest Service can afford to maintain about a quarter of them. By 2015, the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest must identify a road system we can afford for safe travel, use, administration and resource protection.

THESE ARE YOUR ROADS ON YOUR FOREST. We want your input. What roads are important to you and why? Tell us at one of eight public engagement meetings. If you do not attend a meeting, please give us your input online before Oct. 31 at our Sustainable Roads Blogsite. The Sustainable Roads on-line questionnaire will close on Oct. 31 to begin processing the results.

Learn more about the roads on this forest, the sustainable roads analysis, how we will gather your input and what we will do with it.