Suiattle Access and Travel Management Plan

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The proposal is to determine what roads to retain, what roads are no longer needed, and which of a variety of road treatments will be implemented on roads in the Suiattle River watershed. The purpose of the proposal is to align the size of the Forest Service road system with projected road maintenance budgets. The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is conducting this review of roads in the Suiattle River drainage to balance access needs with resource protection and budget. Public scoping comments have been received and analyzed, and the Forest Service interdisciplinary team has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) on the proposal. The EA has been released to the public for a 30-day pre-decisional review and comment period. The legal notice publication date in the Everett Herald is the exclusive means for calculating the time to submit comments. Those wishing to comment should not rely upon dates or timeframes provided by any other source.

Location Summary

Suiattle River drainage

District: Darrington Ranger District

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