Forest Management Roads
There are currently 50 miles of forest management roads on the SFMA. Access to the SFMA has been developed from two discrete points of entry, north and south of the Webster Lake/Webster Stream watershed that divides the SFMA. A self-registration station at each entrance point provides an opportunity to educate the visitor and catalog a database to guide management decisions. The bi-polar nature of the access systems in the SFMA (separate systems north and south of the Webster waterway) is a product of the last planning period decision to protect the pristine nature of Webster Stream. Additional experience and consideration of this issue has only strengthened this decision: the development of forest access in the SFMA shall not include bridging or impacting the Webster Stream corridor with vehicular access.