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Logging equipmentThis page is for forest landowners, logging contractors and logging operators. Governor Brad Little has identified the forest products industry as an essential service during COVID-19 and we want to do all we can to support your activities. Our customers can use e-mail or phone contact for this process, as well as access the form online.

New Procedures

Procedures for gaining a Compliance/Notification (a.k.a. “slash” or “brush” form) have changed. The Forestry and Fire Division has implemented this page to facilitate obtaining a “Certificate of Compliance – Fire Hazard Management Agreement Notification of Forest Practice” for conducting timber harvests.

IDL staff will place information from the completed worksheet into IDL records, then e-mail the compliance back to the client, typically a logging contractor and logging operator, to sign and email back to the appropriate IDL Supervisory Area, Fire Protective District or Timber Protective Association office.

Office and Phone NumberCompliance Form Email
Priest Lake (208-443-2516)
Pend Oreille (208-263-5104)
Kootenai Valley (208-267-5577)
Mica (208-769-1577)
Cataldo (208-682-4611)
St. Joe (208-245-4551)
Ponderosa (208-877-1121)
CPTPA (208-476-5612)
Clearwater (208-476-4587)
Maggie Creek (208-935-2141)
Craig Mountain (208-924-5571)
SITPA (208-634-2268)
Southwest (208-334-3488)
Eastern (208-525-7167)

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