The Mt. Hood National Forest proposes a restoration thinning project in stands ranging in age from 47 to 73 years old. The project is located in the Clackamas River Ranger District, Mt. Hood National Forest, Oregon. The purpose of this project is to thin second-growth stands to achieve multiple objectives. These stands have already been thinned once but they have grown to the point where thinning is again appropriate.

Location Summary

On the Clackamas River Ranger District

District: Clackamas River Ranger District

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