Barrett 4wd Trail Reconstruction
The Eldorado National Forest is preparing an Environmental Analysis for proposed reconstruction of three segments of the Barrett 4wd Trail (16E21). These three trail segments were found in the June, 2013 Eldorado National Forest Travel Management Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (TM SEIS) to be affecting the hydrologic connectivity of meadows 16E21-1, 16E21-5 and 16E21-6. Work is needed on these three trail segments to bring them into compliance with the Eldorado National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (As amended by Sierra Nevada National Forest Plan Amendment 2004 Record of Decision), Standard and Guideline #100.
100 Forni Road
Placerville, CA 95667
Proposed Action: The Eldorado National Forest proposes to reconstruct three segments of the Barrett Lake 4wd Trail (16E21) that have been found to be affecting the hydrologic connectivity of meadows 16E21-1, 16E21-5 and 16E21-6 respectively.
At this time, a decision has not been made regarding this project. If you have issues (points of dispute, debate or disagreement regarding potential effects of the Proposed Action) or suggestions on how issues might be resolved, please send these in writing on or before January 17, 2014 to:
Richard Thornburgh, District Ranger
Pacific Ranger District, Eldorado National Forest
7887 Highway 50
Pollock Pines, CA 95726
Attn: “Barrett 4wd Trail Reconstruction” .
Comments on the proposed action may also be sent electronically to email@example.com . We will use significant issues and other ideas that are received to develop alternatives to the Proposed Action.
All environmental documents are placed on the project page in the Schedule of Proposed Actions website. Additional project information will be included on the Eldorado National Forest website as needed. (Note: Due to large file size the Project Documents are also included here.)