The Hungry Horse News has an interesting article on logging activity north of the border in the headwaters of the North Fork . . .
A large timber harvest in the headwaters of the North Fork of the Flathead River has raised concerns with biologists in Montana.
University of Montana researcher Ric Hauer said thousands of acres of forest land have been logged by Tembec in McEvoy Creek in the Canadian Flathead. The area was previously unroaded, and McEvoy Creek is the “premier spawning stream in the entire Flathead,” he said.
Tembec gave him a tour of their operation as they logged and followed best management practices, he said, but he openly questioned whether that would sufficiently protect the area, based on the size and scale of the logging. He said the logging started in 2010 and is now completed.