Public comment is being accepted on a U.S. Forest Service proposed regenerative work project set near Syringa.
The Stray Creek project proposes approximately 425 acres of regeneration harvest treatments on the Lochsa-Powell Ranger District, five miles north of Syringa. Proposed treatments would increase early-seral species diversity across the project area and provide economic benefits to rural communities.
The district invites the public to provide comments during a combined scoping and 30-day comment period. Comments should be submitted with 30 calendar days of the legal notice that was published in the Lewiston Tribune on Oct. 12.