Aeonian Environmental Analysis
2100 acres within Compartments 30, 31, 40 and 47 on the Shoal Creek Ranger District. Include approximately 1600 acres of thinning and 500 acres of clearcuts with reforestation, including chemical site preparation, site prep burning and release.
Pipeline Northwest Restoration Plan
The EA provides analysis proposed to build a more resilient landscape capable of naturally absorbing natural events such as severe weather, fire and insect infestations. Actions will enhance the ecological function of natural stands.
Shoal Creek Road Access
Project includes the removal of gates within the Big Oak Physically Disabled Hunting Area, closing of approximately 6.3 miles of open roads, decommissioning of 20.5 mile of closed roads, and altering seasonal closure dates.
Sipsey Soil Survey SUP
Long-term Soil Monitoring at U.S. Geological Survey Reference Watersheds. The project will use repeated soil sampling to document environmental change.
Deer Pen Restoration Project
To provide resiliency and sustainability by restoring species composition, structure, and function through a series of actions designed to favor native species on native sites
NFsAL Indiana Bat Forest Plan Amendment
Amend the Revised Forest Plan(2004)to remove FW-106 which deals with growing season burning and to restructure standards FW-101, FW-102 and FW-104, which deal with snag and roost retention and upland water sources, in Indiana Bat management areas.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.