Upper Fryingpan Vegetation Management Project

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The Forest Service proposes to implement approximately 1,964 acres of vegetation management activities on National Forest System lands located in Eagle and Pitkin Counties, Colorado. Potential treatment areas have been identified within the upper Frying Pan watershed. Vegetation management activities include clearcut with leave tree, coppice (clearcut), and group selection harvests.

Location Summary

The area is roughly bound by Jakeman and Miller creeks on the west, Crooked Creek Pass on the north, the Holy Cross Wilderness on the east and the Frying Pan River to the south.

Districts: West Zone/Aspen Ranger District, West Zone/Sopris Ranger District

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