Lost Beetle Forest Health Improvement Project
This project would occur in an insect and disease area designated under section 602 and 603 of the Healthy Forest Restoration Act; one objective of this project will be to reduce the risk or extent of, or increase resilience to, insect & disease.
Beaver Creek Landscape Restoration Project
Project will reduce the risk of uncharacteristic wildfire and reduce fuels; improve habitat for wildlife; improve forest health; improve watershed conditions; remediate invasions of exotic species; and provide wood products.
A project to increase forest productivity/diversity/health; provide forest products; manage/improve wildlife habitat & security; improve fish passage; improve recreation/safety values in recreation sites; & improve scenic views along Road 38.
Chilly James Restoration Project
Watershed restortion project to improve fish habitat in the Jim and Cold Creek Watersheds. These two watersheds contain important bull trout spawning habitat. Jim Creek is considered "impaired" by the MT DEQ.
Radnor Resource Management Project
A project to improve forest tree structure and species composition and reduce hazardous fuels by promoting stands that are resilient to insects and disease.
Salish Good Resource Management Project
A project to Improve forest stand conditions, reduce hazardous fuels, reduce sediment and improve water quality, maintain and improve wildlife species security and habitat, and provide commercial and personal-use wood products.
Swaney Range Allotment Project
An analysis to update the Allotment Management Plan for the Swaney Range Allotment consistent with Forest Plan goals and objetives while protecting natural resources.
Demers Rock/Gravel Pit Expansion
Proposal to expand the existing gravel pit at Demers Ridge in the North Fork of the Flathead River. Removal of rock will occur within the disturbed footprint of the pit with the addition of up to 4 acre of new disturbance to the east
Martin Creek Resource Management Project
A project to improve forest tree structure and species composition, reduce hazardous fuels, maintain and improve wildlife habitat, improve recreation opportunities, maintain water quality and aquatic habitat, and provide commercial wood products.
Patrol Ridge Radio Repeater Relocation
Proposal to relocate the existing Patrol Ridge radio repeater from its existing site to approximately 1 mile southwest along Patrol Ridge to a better location for radio communication coverage.
Red Meadow Reciprocal Road Easement
Proposal to grant a nonexclusive perpetual easement for use of an existing road (known locally as East Red Meadow Drive) for legal easement access into private lands.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.