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Draft Forest Management Plan and Environmental Assessment

Draft Forest Management Plan and Environmental Assessment:
The Hoh Tribe Natural Resource Dept recently contracted with local timber consultant Pacific Forest Management Inc. in Forks, WA to develop a Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) mandated Forest Management Plan covering all lands held in trust of the Hoh Tribe. This document not only satisfies the BIA’s legal requirements to maintain such a plan, but provides our community and staff with a framework to sensibly and sustainably manage land resources in the coming years. Though this plan is “non-expiring” it preserves important
opportunities for revisions, updates and input from the dynamic ecosystem we belong to. I encourage all those who are interested Forest Management Planning to contact the Director of Natural Resources, Steve Allison to review this document as well as provide your input,
ask question, or express your concerns related to management of timber resources here at the Hoh river.

Draft FMP Hoh Tribe

Draft FMP Environmental Assessment

1 comment

  1. I can see why environmental assessments would need to include the protection of indigenous regions. My wife and I have been planning on building a vacation home in the forest. I can only assume that we’ll need an environmental assessment as well.

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