The Hungry Horse News has a story about the release of the new forest plan that begins… After four years of meetings, field trips and more than 33,000 public comments, Flathead National Forest Supervisor Chip Weber Thursday released the draft record of decision and final environmental impact statement for the Flathead National Forest plan. The new… Read More »
This was actually taken by Diane Boyd on her game camera. Nice.
Revised Forest Plan for the Flathead National Forest and the Forest Plan Amendments for the Helena – Lewis and Clark, Lolo, and Kootenai National Forests KALISPELL, MT –December 14, 2017– Flathead National Forest Supervisor Chip Weber has released the draft record of decision and final environmental impact statement for the Flathead National Forest revised land and… Read More »
The Flathead Beacon has a story that begins… The work is only beginning for the U.S. Forest Service when the last wisp of smoke disappears from any large wildfire. After more than 700,000 acres of national forest lands burned in Montana this summer, the agency decided the usual way of doing business wasn’t going to cut… Read More »
The Flathead Beacon reports that Northwest Montana is home to an abundance of forestlands, and one of the perks of this sylvan landscape is the unique opportunity to harvest your own Christmas tree. The U.S. Forest Service is issuing Christmas tree permits for $5 at each of the Flathead National Forest offices in Kalispell, Hungry Horse… Read More »