North Fork Nooksack Vegetation Management Project

Project would cut, and in some cases remove, trees in certain areas to improve wildlife habitat, enhance huckleberry areas, improve forest stand conditions, and contribute to the economy via timber harvest. This project includes a subset of management actions initially considered during proposal development and outreach for the Nooksack Integrated Conservation and Enhancement Project. View storymap: Comments submitted by email will be included in the project record but may not be visible in the comment reading room.

Location Summary

The project is located near the town of Glacier, along Highway 542 within the Mt. Baker Ranger District of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Whatcom County, Washington.

District: Mt Baker Ranger District

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