Restoring and Maintaining Resilient Landscapes
Through strategic planning and implementation of projects, partners are working to restore and maintain resilient
landscapes around Missoula. A resilient landscape is one that can sustain robust native biodiversity under changing conditions, and withstand disturbances such as wildfire in the future. The forests around Missoula are fire-dependent. Maintaining healthy forest conditions around Missoula will not only reduce wildfire risk to the things we care about, like neighborhoods and critical infrastructure, but also help Missoula to live and thrive in a wildfire-dependent ecosystem in the future.
Current WAM Projects
Lower Blackfoot Corridor Ecosystem Maintenance & Forest Restoration
Grant Creek Fuels and Good Neighbor Authority Project
Below is a map of current projects intended to reduce wildfire risk in Missoula County
Click on the pin to receive specific information.