The first open house for the Flathead National Forest’s revised Forest Plan drew a pretty good crowd, including several North Forkers . . .
A good compromise, it’s been said, leaves everyone equally unhappy.
But despite some dismay among people at an open house Tuesday hosted by the Flathead National Forest to discuss its proposed forest plan revision, others said the agency had struck a reasonable balance between competing uses, particularly where wildlife is concerned.
“I heard from some folks tonight that this is the best plan we’ve come up with since the ’80s,” said Joe Krueger, a forest planner with the agency and the project team leader. “But I also heard concerns that it goes too far to the wilderness side.”