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Missoula Field Office
Release Date: 02/14/14
Contacts: David Abrams , 406-533-7617 ,

Missoula BLM issues decision on Chamberlain-Wales projects

MISSOULA (Feb. 14, 2014) – The Bureau of Land Management’s Missoula Field Office has completed a Decision Record and Finding of No Significant Impact for a subset of actions proposed and analyzed in the Chamberlain-Wales Resource Management Projects Environmental Assessment.

The Decision is to implement tree planting, cone collection, thinning for snowshoe hare research, culvert removal, road drainage repair and maintenance, and road obliteration.

These actions will ideally begin this year as funds are available. The treatment activities will occur on BLM-managed lands in and near the Chamberlain and Wales Creek watersheds south and west of Ovando.

The Environmental Assessment and Decision Record may be viewed on the BLM website

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Last updated: 02-14-2014