Southeast Ohio has a long history of mining and drilling. This extractive legacy has left many long-standing marks on the land, especially from the time period before government regulation.
Before certain activities can take place on the Wayne National Forest, we complete an analysis of the potential effects and involve the public.
A diverse and growing group of local residents and community leaders envision a nationally recognized mountain bike project as a means of elevating the region.
The Sunny Oaks project intends to create young, brushy forests of oaks and hickories, increase forest resiliance, and contribute to local economies through commercial timber harvests.
The Wayne National Forest has issued Administrative Change #11 for the 2006 Land and Resource Management Plan.