View the locations of forest health projects entered into our Forest Health Tracker statewide. Projects can also be viewed and sorted in the Project List.
In the project map below simple project locations are approximate, as project areas are simplified to a single reference point. There are additional optional data layers that you can view by clicking the "Layers" box in the upper right on the map. These additional layers include detailed treatment locations, Washington county and legislative district boundaries, and priority landscape boundaries. Due to the large amount of data stored on this website, the project map may be slow to fully load. If you are having trouble loading the full project map, please click the option to "cluster project locations" for a simplified view that loads more quickly.
To view more information about an individual project indicated in the map, simply click on the simple project location marker. Please note the level of project detail for each project will vary and may change over time. Many data fields in this system are optional, and lead implementer organizations that enter data have the ability to add detail after the initial project entry. For example, some projects may be entered when they are planned with very basic detail information, while photos and funding information is added after implementation.