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Little Weiser Forest Resilience Project #58274

Commenting on This Project

The Forest Service Payette National Forest Council Ranger District is proposing a project under a categorical exclusion (CE) to treat up to 3000 acres to reduce the risk or extent of as well as increase the resilience to insect and disease infestations in the Little Weiser River drainage. Treatments include commercial thinning noncommercial thinning and prescribed fire.

Comments including anonymous comments will be accepted at any time. However comments posted after the close of a designated comment period may not be able to be given full consideration. Anonymous comments and comments submitted after the close of the final designated comment period will likely not be considered for project development.

The Forest Service values public participation. Communications from the public regarding this project including commenter’s names and contact information will become part of the public record.

We thank you for your interest and participation in natural resource management on the Payette National Forest.

 

The Forest Service values public participation. Communications from the public regarding this project, including commenters' names and contact information, will become part of the public record.


When To Comment

Comments, including anonymous comments, will be accepted at any time. However, comments posted after the close of a designated comment period may not be able to be given full consideration. Anonymous comments and comments submitted after the close of the final designated comment period will not provide the commenter Eligibility to Participate in Administrative Review

Public Comment Disclaimer

National Forests have the option to post comments for public viewing on this web site via a public reading room. If this project has an active reading room, a link to the "Public Comment Reading Room" will appear on the main project page. Reading rooms allow the public to read or download your letter, including any contact information included in your letter.

The agency may withhold letters that contain proprietary information, sensitive cultural or habitat locations, offensive language, or other sensitive information. All letters, including those not posted, will be considered and included as part of the project record.

Submitting Comments

If you wish to submit a comment, please send it to:

Ronda Bishop
Payette National Forest All Units
800 West Lakeside Ave , McCall, ID, 83638-3602
rmbishop@usda.gov



Eligibility to Participate in Administrative Review

Comments, or in some cases other expressions of interest, along with respondent's contact information, submitted during the comment period may be necessary to establish a respondent's eligibility to participate in an administrative review for this proposed action. Interested members of the public should review the proposal's information to determine the applicable administrative review process and the eligibility requirements for that process.

  • The date of the legal notice of opportunity to comment on this proposed action is the exclusive means for calculating the comment period.
  • For proposals to be documented with an Environmental Assessment, the legal notice announcing the comment period appears in the Newspaper of Record.
  • For Draft Environmental Impact Statements, the Notice of Availability announcing the comment period appears in the Federal Register.