Hungry Ridge Restoration Project

The overall purpose is to: improve forest health; reduce potential risk to private property; maintain & improve wildlife habitat; and improve watershed conditions. Timber outputs will be used to offset treatment costs & support economic structure.

Location Summary

T27N, R04E; T28N, R04E; R29N, 04E; (Boise Meridian)

District: Salmon River Ranger District

Project Milestones

MilestoneDate
NOI in Federal Register02/12/2014
DEIS NOA in Federal Register03/10/2023
FEIS NOA in Federal Register09/08/2023
Objection Period Start09/08/2023
Decision03/24/2021
Implementation01/01/2024 (Estimated)

Project Documents

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