Albany South Project
An integrated resource management project that proposes vegetation management to improve wildlife habitat and forest health conditions, as well as recreation, watershed and transportation system improvements.
Camp Dodge Renovation Project
The WMNF is proposing to enter into a public/private partnership with Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) to address the long-term maintenance needs and improvements at Camp Dodge. Project includes a proposal for a new long-term special use permit to AMC
Deer Ridge Integrated Resource Project
An integrated resource project designed to move the South Pond South Habitat Mgt Unit (HMU) toward desired conditions through timber, wildlife habitat, recreation, and road improvements.
Doublehead Recreation Management
Construct a new parking lot for Doublehead cabin visitors and ski trail users. Construct approximately 0.5 miles of new trail to connect the proposed parking lot to the ski trail. Decommission New Path hiking trail, approximately 1.4 miles.
North Trail Snowmobile Re-route and Upgrade
The Bruhawachet Sno-Trackers Snowmobile Club is proposing to re-route and upgrade a trail to 1) address safety concerns by eliminating a 90-degree turn and providing consistent trail width and 2) to improve the connectivity of the trail network.
Northern Pass Transmission Line Special Use Permit
Proposed power transmission line that would cross the WMNF in an existing corridor in Stark and between Easton and Woodstock. US Dep't of Energy is leading the NEPA analysis. WMNF decision is whether to issue a special use permit to cross the Forest.
Pemigewasset Wilderness Thoreau Falls Bridge Removal Project
Dismantle bridge using Wilderness-appropriate tools, break up and scatter wood component and break up and bury or scatter concrete abutments at least 100 feet from perennial water, pack out any hardware. Monitor crossing, harden banks if necessary.
Bowen Brook Integrated Resource Management
An integrated resource project designed to move the Wild Ammonoosuc North Habitat Mgt Unit (HMU) toward desired conditions through timber, wildlife habitat, recreation, fisheries and aquatic management, road improvements and decommissioning.
Neuts Brook Snowmobile Trail Relocation Project
Relocate the existing snowmobile trail to the edge of the Forest Service administrative site or off the site to a private land location to eliminate safety concerns associated with the current trail location that bisects the administrative site.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.