U.S. Forest Service continues talks with public regarding stewardship contracts

 


The U.S. Forest Service continues to host a series of meetings with members of the community to discuss the possibilities of a stewardship contract in connection with the Tonka Timber sale.

Forest Ranger Jason Anderson initiated, and is facilitating, the workshops to gain a better understanding of what the public wants.

“It's just a chance to have some communication, discussion regarding a broad range of projects,” said Anderson. “A chance for people to have a creative dialogue about what they want from their landscape,” he added.

The sale will provide an estimated 38 MMBF (million...



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