Montana Public Radio reports that the Flathead National Forest is now reviewing all the objections to the final draft of its new forest management plan. The Flathead National Forest released that draft plan back in mid-December. It’s essentially the blueprint that will guide land use decisions on the forest for at least the next decade. Groups who were involved in writing the plan had two months to file objections. The Flathead’s Forest Plan Revision Team Leader, Joe Krueger, says that objection period closed Monday. Read the full story here. Note that the objection period has closed.