Logging activities to resume in Upper Pataha Project


April 14, 2022

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The 2,000-acres Upper Pataha Project which is 20 miles southeast of Pomeroy, Wash., aims to increase forest health and diminish wild fire risk.

POMEROY–Logging activities are anticipated to resume on April 20 for the Upper Pataha Stewardship timber sale on the Pomeroy Ranger District. These commercial harvest activities, which are located approximately 20 miles southeast of Pomeroy, Wash., are part of ongoing implementation of the Upper Pataha Project, which was authorized through a Decision Memo in 2019.

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