Category Archives: News

Flathead National Forest Frozen Moose Project

By | December 19, 2019

Today Flathead National Forest Glacier View District announced the beginning of a new project in the North Fork. The project, called Frozen Moose, would address wildland-urban interface fuel loading, diversifies plant and tree communities, provides a mix of forest products for local economies, and improves aquatic ecosystems. The project proposes commercial timber harvest on 3,552… Read More »

Road Report from Dawn Jacobson

By | December 2, 2019

Here’s a road report from Dawn Jacobson… If you haven’t been out much on Nf road this week you will find it a tad icy.. Tuesday morning, a Caterpillar equipment truck went over the edge a few miles north of Camas. Yesterday a girl went over less than a mile north of Camas. Today someone… Read More »

The Fall 2019 NFLA newsletter is now available for download

By | November 8, 2019

Here’s a note from Bill Walker… The Fall 2019 NFLA newsletter is now available for download from the NFLA website’s “Newsletters” page ( If your newsletter arrived in damaged condition (for some reason, the postal service processing equipment was in mangle mode), contact Chris Heitz ( for a new copy — or just download it… Read More »

Debo Powers Ready to Represent the District

By | November 3, 2019

As you’ve probably all heard by now, on Oct. 23, the Flathead County commissioners appointed our very own Debo Powers State Representative for Columbia Falls, the North Fork and the U.S. 2 corridor to Glacier National Park, following Democrat Rep. Zac Perry’s resignation. There’s a wonderful article in the Daily Interlake that tells all about… Read More »

North Fork Road Hideous

By | October 23, 2019

Here’s a note from Gerry Stearns… As of 10/22, North Fork Road hideous: Muddy, slippery and dangerous. The grader was coming up, though, but don’t know how far. Had done to about Great Northern Flats.

Glacier Gateway Project

By | October 12, 2019

Here’s a note from Bill Walker… In case you haven’t heard about it already, the Vital Ground Foundation and the US Forest Serviceare working on something called the “Glacier Gateway Project.” They are proposing to acquire two properties totaling about 23 acres using Land and Water Conservation Funds (LWCF). The parcels are along the section… Read More »