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Hanna Flats GNA open house set
November 29, 2017
The Idaho Panhandle National Forests is holding an open house to share information and answer questions on the Hanna Flats Good Neighbor Authority (GNA) Project on the Priest Lake Ranger District. The open house will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, December 14, at the Priest Lake Ranger Station, 32203 Highway 57, Priest Lake.

The purpose of the open house is to inform the public of changes to the project design as a result of public comments and field survey findings. Resource specialists will be available for questions.

The Hanna Flats GNA project, located west of the Priest Lake Ranger Station, is being proposed to improve forest health, reduce hazardous fuels, produce timber products, reduce road sediment to streams, improve cross-country ski trails and identify forest stands for old growth recruitment.

To accelerate restoration efforts, the Forest Service is using the Good Neighbor Authority in the 2014 Farm Bill to contract personnel and processes with the Idaho Department of Lands.

Additional information is available by clicking here. Please direct any questions to David Cobb, Project Team Leader, at or call (208) 443-6854.
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