Burnt Corral Vegetation Management Project

The purposes of the Burnt Corral project is to improve forest health and vigor, while improving habitat conditions which are more resilient to change in the event of wildfire and/or other climatic condition changes. Project = 28,090 acres.

Location Summary

The Burnt Corral project area lies in the southwest portion of the Kaibab Plateau (i.e., south-southwest of Lookout Canyon and FS Road 22) on the North Kaibab Ranger District, Kaibab National Forest.

District: North Kaibab Ranger District

Project Milestones

MilestoneDate
Scoping Start03/09/2015
Comment Period03/25/2020
Objection Period Start01/01/2025 (Estimated)
Decision04/01/2025 (Estimated)
Implementation05/01/2025 (Estimated)

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