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Tobacco Gulch Fuels Reduction and Forest Health Project

Commercial thinning, biomass removal, tractor piling and mastication on approximately 1,200 acres of forest lands generally within the WUI or planned SPLATS. Treatment of noxious weeds would be aimed at containing and controling.

Location Summary

Located near Darling Ridge, Mace Mill, and Traverse Creek on the Georgetown Ranger District

District: Georgetown Ranger District

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