Monongahela Forest Will Host Virtual Meeting June 23rd

The Monongahela National Forest will host a virtual meeting on June 23rd from 6 to 7:30pm for an upcoming project in the Sitlington Creek-Greenbrier River watershed in Pocahontas and Greenbrier counties.

During the virtual meeting, Forest staff will present background information about current forest conditions and potential management activities to address concerns within the project area. Information received from the public during this meeting will be used to help develop the project proposal.

You may submit comments and other feedback about the project to, or mail to Gauley Ranger District, 932 N. Fork Cherry Road, Richwood, WV 26261. Suggestions and comments will be most helpful if received by July 10, 2022.

The meeting will be conducted using Microsoft Teams, and you may want to join a little early if you are unfamiliar with the platform. You can also join the meeting by (phone) calling (202) 650-0123, Conference ID: 525 532 021#. If joining by phone be sure to download the meeting materials at

You may contact Sarah Dezelin at or (304) 846-2695 to obtain printed copies of materials or to request reasonable accommodations for the meeting, such as sign language interpretation or other accessibility needs.

Instructions for joining the virtual meeting online or via telephone and other project materials can be found at in the folder called “pre-scoping”.


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