Trail Partnership Video

Wildfire doesn’t recognize boundaries when it comes to land ownership and management. That’s why collaborative efforts like the Sxwuytn (s-who-ee-tin) project, named with a Kalispel Salish word meaning “connection,” is critical to forest restoration across Washington state.

Follow Alison Morrow as she discusses our partnership with the Kalispel Tribe of Indians, U.S. Forest Service, and local partners in this week’s DNR Report.

FAQ’s about the Sxwuytn-Kaniksu Connections ‘Trail’ Project

Partner Website Links:

Department of Natural Resources Small Forest Landowner Page

Colville National Forest

 

 

Project Maps

Trail Past Activities Map

Fire History (1889-2015)

TFPA Project Boundary

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