How does the Forest Service manage Urban Lots?

Forest Service management on urban intermix parcels is limited to activities that are appropriate for residential areas, with an emphasis on protecting water quality and community open space. The following is a list of current management activities occurring on National Forest urban intermix parcels:

  1. Hazard Trees
  2. Forest & Fuels Management
  3. Noxious Weeds
  4. Watershed Restoration
  5. Property Boundary Management and Encroachments
  6. Barricades
  7. Parcel Condition Monitoring
  8. Homeowner Agreements and Permits

 

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