Grasshopper Restoration Project

The Grasshopper project intends to enhance and restore forest diversity; reduce risks associated with high-intensity wildfires; improve conditions for wildlife and aquatic resources; and provide timber and other forest products.

Location Summary

The planning area is south of the Badger Creek Wilderness and east of NFS Road 4880. The eastern border is near Bonney Crossing Campground. The southern border is near the Wasco/Hood River County line

District: Barlow Ranger District

Project Milestones

MilestoneDate
Scoping Start07/15/2019
Comment Period02/18/2022
Objection Period Start09/02/2022
Decision01/11/2023
Implementation03/01/2023 (Estimated)

Project Documents

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