The Greys River Ranger District of the Bridger-Teton National Forest will be implementing the final stages of the Alpine Hazardous Fuels Project. The Alpine Hazardous Fuels project consists of thinning stands of trees adjacent to private property boundaries to reduce the potential for large, catastrophic wildfire and increase public and firefighter safety. The northern part of the project, which was located north of the Snake River, was completed in 2008 under a commercial timber sale. The remainder of the project is located along the southern border of the Town of Alpine and consists of a small commercial timber sale and pre-commercial thinning small diameter trees. Activities are anticipated to begin in July.