Colville National Forest Plan Revision
The Land and Resource Management Plan for the Colville National Forest is being revised as required by the National Forest management Act. The focus is to update parts of the plan no longer current and requiring change.
Fourth of July Creek Restoration
This project would remove culverts from 4.3 miles of the 1932000 road with a management objective of decommissioned and recontour natural swale areas to hydrologically stabilize the area and reestablish groundwater connectivity
Lambert Creek Restoration
Restore the banks & floodplain of Lambert Cr. & the existing campground area. Includes relocating the campground loop rd., campsite turnouts, & utilizing woody debris & rocks to rehabilitate the creek, floodplain, and effected campground area
North Fork Mill Creek A to Z Project
Analysis to identify opportunities for activities for improving road and stand conditions, and to improve or restore other resource conditions.
Deer Jasper Restoration Project
Variety of vegetation treatments to reduce fuel loads and promote resilience. Roads needed for the project will have deferred maintenance & reconstruction completed. Roads no longer needed are proposed for decommissioning.
South End Motorized Recreation Management Project
Project name formerly "South End Off-Highway Vehicle Project." Project would improve the system of designated routes for motor vehicle use, manage dispersed camping sites, and rehabilitate resource damage linked to motor vehicle use.
West Zone Precommercial Thinning
Pre-commercial thinning operations on overstocked pre- commercial stands within the Three Rivers and Republic Ranger District. Falling and bucking of trees will be accomplished with chainsaws, no change road access.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.