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|Monday December 16, 2019 15:31 PST
The Forest Service is beginning analysis of the proposed Humptulips Thinning project. The proposal would commercially thin up to 70 acres and conduct various other restoration activities which may include weed treatments, snag creation, leaving course wood or slash piles for wildlife, or planting shrubs. In addition, one culvert at mile post 0.22 of Forest Road 2204000 would be replaced to improve fish passage. The attached scoping letter includes maps and project information. Comments would be most helpful if received by January 30, 2020. An electronic comment form is available on the project webpage at https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=56389 Comments received including names, addresses, and any other information provided with the comments, will become part of the public record. For questions contact Deborah Kill, NEPA Planner, by phone 360-956-2375 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Do not reply directly to this email. Thank you for your interest.
Scoping Letter 12/16/19
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