Sloans Point Forest Resilience Project

The McCall Ranger District proposes to manage forest structure and species composition to recover from insect and disease disturbances and improve forest landscape resiliency by implementing a suite of vegetation management treatments on <3000 acres.

Location Summary

The 2273 acre project area is in the Kennally Creek Subwatershed in and is accessed by the Paddy Flat Road east of Donnelly, Idaho.

District: McCall Ranger District

Project Milestones

Scoping Start01/31/2020
Comment PeriodN/A
Objection Period StartN/A
Implementation12/01/2020 (Estimated)

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