BOISE, Idaho -

The U.S. Forest Service says it will do another analysis after a federal judge halted a northern Idaho wildfire salvage logging project following a lawsuit by two environmental groups.

The agency earlier this month gave notice that it plans to do a supplemental environmental impact statement for the project near the Selway and Middle Fork Clearwater rivers that aims to harvest 34 million board feet of timber scorched by a 2014 wildfire.

A federal judge in May temporarily halted the project after determining the Forest Service failed to factor in how subsequent 2015 wildfires might have altered the project.

Idaho Rivers United and Friends of the Clearwater sought the injunction contending the logging violates the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.