S.F. Stillaguamish Vegetation Management Project

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The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is developing a project to thin young timber stands within the South Fork Stillaguamish River drainage, to provide forest stand structure that will serve as habitat for old-growth associated species, enhance vegetation diversity in Riparian Reserves, and promote stand resiliency to climate change on a landscape scale. The project also has some proposed recreational and access components, including trailhead enhancements and road improvements and road decommissioning. The September 2017 Final Environmental Assessment, Appendix H - Response to 30 Day comments and other related documents are available under the "Analysis" tab below. The Draft Decision Notice and Finding of No Significant Impacts as well as the notice of the 45 Day Objection Period are under the "Decision" tab below.

Location Summary

S.F. Stillaguamish River drainage including Canyon Creek, located east of Granite Falls

District: Darrington Ranger District

Project Documents