North Hebgen Multiple Resource Project
Fuels reduction in the wildland-urban interface, wildlife hab improvement in aspen, whitebark pine,etc. Treatment methods include harvest or removal of commercial size and non-commercial trees with machinery, by hand and through prescribed burning.
Shields River Fish Barrier
A concrete fish barrier will be constructed at an existing crossing of the Shields River at the Shields River Campground to secure approximately 25 miles of habitat for Yellowstone cutthroat trout.
Proposal to restore aspen throught a variety of tools across the entire forest as funding and opportunity permits
Miminagish Organization Camp
Master Plan development and conversion of obsolete Special Use Permit to current format for the Miminagish Organization Church Camp in the Main Boulder canyon, Yellowstone Ranger District
Sweet Grass Integrated Resource Resiliency and Restoration
Use of mgmt tools:planned fire,wildland fire use,hand/mechanical thinning,pile burning,conifer/shrub planting $ seeding of native grasses and forbs to enhance/maintain resiliency of vegetative /ecological conditions in areas burned by 2006 Derby Fire
Whitebark Pine Enhancement Project
This project will involve mechanical, non-commercial removal of non-whitebark conifers from stands that contain or are directly adjacent to live whitebark pine trees and prescribed burns within conifer stands that contain beetle-killed whitebark pine
South Bridger Interface Project EA
Thin approximately 250 acres of mature/over mature forest vegetation on NFS lands adjacent to Bridger Bowl to a basal area ranging between 80 and 100 square feet per acre.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.