South Otter Landscape Restoration and Resilience Project

The proposed project is to help restore and maintain the structure, function, composition and ecological connectivity of the forest landscape in order to increase resiliency to future natural disturbance events like wildfire, insects, and disease.

Location Summary

The project area lies in Powder River and Rosebud Counties, bounded on the east, west, and south by the district boundary and on the northeast by Ten Mile Road and northwest by district boundary.

District: Ashland Ranger District

Project Milestones

Scoping Start01/13/2021
Comment Period10/26/2022
Objection Period Start01/18/2023
Implementation08/01/2023 (Estimated)

Project Documents

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