Please review this Environmental Assessment and submit your comments to the DNRC. Let them know that you support this plan, which will keep the State’s timberland productive and well-managed. This area is north of the current trail at Swift Creek, but still within the scope of the area addressed by the 2004 Whitefish Neighborhood Plan. –WLP
Stillwater Unit, Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, has completed the Lazy Swift 2 Timber Sale Project Draft Environmental Assessment. This document is available for a 30-day public comment period and can be viewed on the DNRC website at http://dnrc.mt.gov/EnvironmentalDocuments/December/LazySwift2.pdf (From the DNRC home page, under the “Public Interest” tab, select Environmental Documents and scroll down to Forestry, Forest Management.) A copy of this document may also be requested from Stillwater State Forest by calling 406-881-2371.
A final decision will be made pending review of public comments. Comments must be received in our office by January 15, 2013. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Jason Glenn (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the Stillwater State Forest.
/s/ Brian Manning
Stillwater Unit Manager