The Middle Fork Weiser River landscape restoration project is the third project that is a part of the Weiser - Little Salmon River Headwaters Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Project. Work is in progress towards completing a decision document for this project in 2015. Two additional landscape scale NEPA decisions are expected of the next seven years. This will allow for multiple years of implementation of restoration activities. Click this link to learn more about this project.
Lost Creek - Boulder Creek Landscape Restoration Project is part of the Payette National Forest's Weiser Little Salmon Headwaters Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration (CFLR) Project, one of ten nationally selected projects in the CFLR Program in 2012.
Travel management planning on the Payette National Forest (PNF) has been a five year process. The PNF analyzed and used information from recreation managers, resource managers, and the public to propose which routes would be designated open to motorized use and which areas where there would be restrictions. After years of public involvement and analysis, decisions on these routes were documented in four Records of Decision (ROD) - three for snow-free (summer) travel and one for over-snow (winter) travel. All three snow-free RODs were upheld on appeal and are being implemented on the ground.