Mission Restoration Project
The project uses results of the Ecosystem Management Decision Support (EMDS) tools to identify vegetation, wildlife, and aquatic restoration; and wildfire hazard reduction needs at the stand and landscape level in the 50,200 acre project area.
The 50,000 acre project is located in Buttermilk and Libby Creek drainages, between Carlton and Twisp, Washington
District: Methow Valley Ranger District
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