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Forest Service to hold public meetings in early December

A couple of public Forest Service events are coming up the first week in December.

The fall Northern Continental Divide Grizzly Bear Ecosystem (NCDE) Meeting is planned for Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014. The focus of this annual meeting is to share available information from within the NCDE. The meeting is in Missoula. Read the official press release for details.

On December 3 and 4, the Flathead National Forest is hosting two open house sessions in December on the topic of Vegetation Modeling Efforts for Forest Planning. These sessions are a follow-up to the two sessions that occurred last August. The first meeting is at the forest supervisor’s office in Kalispell, the second is at at the Swan Ecosystem Center in Condon. Again, the press release has the details.

Flathead Forest hosting open house sessions on vegetation modeling use in forest planning

The Flathead National Forest is offering a couple of open house sessions on their vegetation modeling process. This is one of the tools they use as part of their forest management and planning process . . .

The Flathead National Forest is hosting two open house sessions in August on the topic of Use of Vegetation Modeling in Forest Planning. The first open house will be on Tuesday, August 12, 6:30 to 8:00 PM at the Flathead National Forest Supervisor’s Office, 650 Wolfpack Way, Kalispell, Montana. The same material will be presented the following evening, Wednesday, August 13, 6:30 to 8:00 PM at the Swan Ecosystem Center in Condon.

Members of the forest plan revision team, including the silviculturist, wildlife biologist, and Regional analyst will provide information, present some preliminary outputs, and answer questions about the computer-based analytical modeling processes being used to evaluate vegetation conditions across the forest over time as it responds to various disturbances, such as fire or harvest.

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