Removing trees from campgrounds, roads, and trails that pose a danger to visitors is just one example of current projects underway in the mountain pine beetle infested forests. Other projects involve removing trees that may fall on power lines or spraying trees that have not yet been impacted by the beetle.


Forest Website Links to Complete Project Listings

Arapaho & Roosevelt National Forests Pawnee National Grassland

Bighorn National Forest

Black Hills National Forest

Grand Mesa, Uncompaghre, and Gunnison National Forests

Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests & Thunder Basin National Grassland

Nebraska & Samuel R. McKelvie National Forests, Buffalo Gap, Fort Pierre, and Oglala National Grasslands 

Pike-San Isabel National Forests and Cimarron-Comanche National Grasslands 

Rio Grande National Forest

San Juan National Forest

Shoshone National Forest

White River National Forest

Spraying Trees

Spraying prevents the bark beetle from attacking the trees