The Payette National Forest is located in the western center of Idaho.
Where is this Forest?

 

View of Josephine Lake

Josephine Lake on Payette National Forest

 

Weiser - Little Salmon Headwaters CFLRP - Payette National Forest's Landscape Restoration Project in the national CFLR program.  Restoration through Community Based Collaboration.

Lost Creek - Boulder Creek Landscape Restoration Project.  New documents have been added!  Click the above link to view the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS).

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Features

Weiser - Little Salmon Headwaters CFLRP

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Payette National Forest's Weiser - Little Salmon Headwaters Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Project.


Lost Creek - Boulder Creek Landscape Restoration Project

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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.


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Spotlights

Why the Payette N.F. Doesn't Allow the Removal of Whitebark Pine

The PNF has not allowed the removal of dead whitebark pine since 2010. Because of  threats to the whitebark pine ecosystem the PNF prohibits firewood harvest of all whitebark pine.

Picture the Payette

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Dreaming of summer plans? Want a picture view before choosing your campground destination this season?

 




Mixed-Use Roads Safety Review

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The Payette National Forest conducted a safety review of forest roads this year. Safety improvements were implemented this past field season to improve roads with the highest risk. 

Wildlife Conservation Strategy

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PNF Forest Supervisor Suzanne Rainville released a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) that proposes to amend the 2003 Forest Plan to include a Wildlife Conservation Strategy.


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