Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project

Project objectives are to restore and protect important watersheds around Flagstaff by reducing the risk of unnatural, high-severity wildfire and subsequent flooding on steep slopes through a variety of tree thinning methods. More information about the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project is also available on the following website: http://www.flagstaffwatershedprotection.org/

Location Summary

North of Flagstaff, AZ in the Dry Lake Hills/Mt Elden area, and south of Flagstaff on Mormon Mountain on the Flagstaff Ranger District.

District: Flagstaff Ranger District

Project Milestones

NOI in Federal Register04/11/2013
DEIS NOA in Federal Register07/03/2014
FEIS NOA in Federal Register06/26/2015
Objection Period Start06/26/2015
Implementation10/01/2015 (Estimated)

Project Documents

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