Work on the following projects will begin in the 2011 field season:  


Clallam County
Dungeness River Trestle Extension                                                   $25,000
Clallam County Sheriff’s Department Chain Gang                                $41,725
Olympic SKY Crews (Jefferson County)                                                $30,000
Olympic Peninsula Cooperative Noxious Weed Control                                 $30,000
Bogachiel Rainforest Trailhead Vault                                                $15,000
Caraco and Canyon Creek Wildlife Habitat Enhancement (Thinning)                $15,000

Grays Harbor County
Wood Procurement, Construction, and Monitoring – Upper Quinault                 $64,621

Jefferson County
Olympic SKY (Jefferson County)                                                        $30,000
Quilcene Ranger Corps                                                                 $20,000
Olympic Peninsula Cooperative Noxious Weed Control                                 $50,000
Lower Big Quilcene River Trail Bridge Replacements                                  $35,000
Hood Canal Steelhead Project                                                         $13,440
Washington Conservation Corps                                                         $25,000
Falls View Campground Water and Waste Water Improvements                $29,000

Mason County
Mason County/Hood Canal Ranger District Cooperative Weeds                 $16,000
Jefferson Creek Wildlife Thinning                                                        $9,633
South Fork Skokomish Large Wood Vegetation Phase                                $5,000
Washington Conservation Corps                                                        $16,000

The mission of the USDA Forest Service is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the Nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations. The Agency manages 193 million acres of public land, provides assistance to State and private landowners, and maintains the largest forestry research organization in the world.  For general information on the Olympic National Forest, visit