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 The focus is to update parts of the plan no longer current and requiring change.
Middle & South Fork Mill Creek A to Z Project
Treat forest vegetation to more closely reflect historical tree species, spacing, size classes, & improve tree vigor, reduce the threat of severe wildfire, reduce susceptibility to insect and disease, & reduce threats to life property & public safety
Orient Watershed Project
This project proposes commercial and non-commercial vegetation treatments , and prescribed burning around the community of Orient in the wildland-urban interface.
Sullivan Dispersed Recreation Sites
The project would apply restoration treatments to dispersed recreation sites along Sullivan Creek to maintain long-term sustainable camping opportunities for the public, and improve fish and wildlife habitat.
Tower Fire Reforestation Project
The proposed activities would plant trees on approximately 800 acres in high burn severity areas (the Tower Fire burned approximately 5,500 acres on the Colville NF).
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.
Sherman Pass Project
Reduce hazardous fuel conditions along Sherman Pass Hwy(20); identified critical infrastructure including the Bonneville Power Administration high tension power line; and along the Colville National Forest System land boundary
Timber Mountain Vegetation Management Project
The Timber Mountain proposed action will be based on direction found within the Colville National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan, 1988) as amended by the continuation of Interim Management Direction.
Brown Mountain Beetle Thin
Pre-commercial thinning of 40 year old pine plantations that are currently being attacked by western pine beetle, mountain pine beetle, and ips.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.