A Tale of Two Scenic Byways

Accessible Adventures in the Colville National Forest highlighting Selkirk International Loop and Sherman Pass Scenic Byways.


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Bark Beetle on the Colville National Forest

The Mountain Pine Beetle is at epidemic levels throughout the western United States and in parts of Canada.  


CNF and NE Washington Forestry Coalition Announce Forest Restoration Projects

Joint Colville National Forest and Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition News Release on 2012 NEW Vision Project Selection

Colville Resource Advisory Committee Seeking Forest Improvement Projects

Colville National Forest Officials are inviting individuals, non-profit organizations, and local governments to submit applications for projects that would improve (CNF) lands...

Growden Dam Project

The Growden Dam, built in 1937dam, no longer meets Washington Department of Ecology Dam Safety Section Standards.

Secure Rural Schools Act, RACs, and Title II Funding

Secure Rural Schools (SRS) Act preauthorized and amended.

The Colville National Forest- Forest Plan Revision

Forest Plan Revision effort continues to make progress on development of its draft revised forest plan, and draft environmental impact statement.

The Colville National Forest was awarded $968,000 in restoration funding

 The Colville National Forest was awarded $968,000 in restoration funding for the Northeast Washington Forest Vision 2020 project…

Forest Plan Monitoring and Evaluation Report 2013

The purpose of this report is to provide the results of monitoring the implementation of the Colville National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan during Fiscal Year 2013.

Multiagency Team Addresses Post-Wildfire Dangers in Eastern Washington

DUPONT, Wash. - Washington suffered its worst wildfire season in state history in 2015. Raging fires burned more than one million acres of public and private lands.*