North Clack Integrated Resource Project
The Clackamas River Ranger District of the Mt. Hood National Forest (Forest) is proposing a number of activities in the North Clack project area to achieve the goals of the Forest Plan as amended. Based on a review of field conditions and available data, there are needs and opportunities to improve forest conditions, provide wood products, manage recreation, enhance aquatic/riparian habitat, manage wildlife habitats, reduce fire hazards, and make changes to the transportation system within the project area. An interdisciplinary team of agency resource specialists has developed a proposed action to address these needs and opportunities. (Source: Mt. Hood National Forest)
The North Clack Integrated Resource Project is located on the Clackamas River Ranger District of the Mt. Hood National Forest, Pacific Northwest Region, USDA Forest Service. The above web map was created by USFS Mt. Hood National Forest.