Greater Snow King Area Trails (formerly Skyline Trail/Putt Putt Extension)
Trail construction, reconstruction, and changes in use involving the Putt-putt trail, KC and Josie's Ridge trails, and Game Ck. trail; construction of Skyline trail and extension of Putt-putt trail. THIS PROJECT IS NOW SUBJECT TO THE PRE-DECISIONAL OBJECTION PROCESS (36 CFR 218) RATHER THAN THE APPEAL PROCESS.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Suite of Projects
Creation and/or improvement of various mountain features/facilities including ski runs, lifts, snow making, avalanche control and summer trails, all of which have received conceptual approval as part of a recently updated Master Development Plan.
Labarge Vegetation Restoration
Combination of mechanical treatments and prescribed fire to restore conifer encroached aspen stands, whitbark pine stands,& salvage bug-killed timber. This project is now subject to the predecisional administrative review (objection) process. Submit comments on the EA to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before Dec. 30, 2014.
Teton to Snake Fuels Management
Fuels management such as prescribed fire and cutting and thinning of vegtetation for fire hazard reduction and restoration/maintenance of fire adapted ecosystems. Analysis type changed to EIS in 2013. EIS scoping comments most useful by April 1, 2013.
Upper Green River Area Rangeland
The 2004 decision was withdrawn; a revised Draft Supplemental EIS was released in June 2010; a Final SEIS and decision are expected in 2014. This project is now subject to the predecisional administrative review (objection) process (36 CFR 218).
Wyoming Game and Fish Commission Alkali Creek Feedground
Long term (up to 20 years) authorization for Wyoming Game and Fish Commission to continue to use facilities at the Alkali Creek feedground to conduct their winter elk feeding and related management programs. THIS DECISION WILL BE SUBJECT TO THE PRE-DECISIONAL OBJECTION PROCESS DESCRIBED AT 36 CFR 218.
Sherman Cattle and Horse Grazing Allotment
Reauthorization of livestock grazing on approximately 17,370 ac. The 9/26/2013 decision is subject to appeal (36 CFR 215); for details see the Record of Decision and legal notice.
Supervisors Office/Jackson District Administrative Site Conveyance
Convey up to 11 acres of administrative land in Jackson, Wyoming and construct/remodel administrative buildings on the remainder of the site and other FS sites in the area. EA released October 2009. Supplement to EA released January 2012. Decision made May 4, 2012. Legal notice of decision published 5/8/2012; thus appeal filing period ends 6/22/2012.
Town of Afton Hydropower
Authorize the Town of Afton to use 8 acres of NF System Land to construct, operate and maintain a 225 kilowatt culinary water system hydroelectric project linked to the pre-existing town culinary system. Decision based on FERC's EA.
Dew Place/Bacon Creek OHV Trail Improvements
Trail Improvements for OHV use including construction of an OHV bridge and approximately half mile of new OHV trail, conversion of approximately two and half miles of road to OHV trail, and bringing an OHV trail up to standard.
Kemmerer Grazing and Rangeland Vegetation Managment
Authorization of grazing on 16 sheep allotments - Porcupine, Lower Salt, Buckskin Knoll, Lake Alice, Smiths Fork, Aspen Springs, Basin Ck, Devil's Hole, Elk Ck, Green Knoll, Indian Ck, Lake Mtn, Pole Ck, Sams Allen Ck, So Fontenelle, SpruceCk.
True Oil Lander Peak Exploratory Wells
True Oil proposes two exploratory wells -- one from an existing pad and one from a reclaimed pad location. A third well pad would be expanded to hold a freshwater reservoir. The scoping period was extended; comments were best received by 5/15/2012. Email comments can be sent to: email@example.com
Black Diamond Energy Well Reclamation
The Forest Service proposes to authorized Black Diamond Energy, LLC access via a special use permit to the Maki Creek 1 and Beamers Bluff 24-19 wells to initiate reclamation activities by removing existing facilities.
Piney Creeks Vegetation Treatments
A variety of vegetation management treatments in the Piney Creek drainages over the next five to seven years. Currently collecting data in preparation for analysis.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.