Lyons Ponds Water Control Structure Rehabilitation
The proposed action is to remove dilapidated lumber from the control structures and nearby area and replace them with cobble and other natural materials. If wood is needed we will use logs from the Granite Creek firewood area.
Cooper Creek Ground Water well(s) installation
Through well points, collect at least two types of data: hydraulic conductivity measurements and groundwater-level measurements in a proposed future restoration project and in the vicinity of a proposed new channel.
Dillon Mining Plan of Operations
Five year mining plan of operations for placer exploration and access on Stetson and Cooper Creeks with placer exploration utilizing a 5 inch suction dredge and highbanker and ATV access on the existing Stetson Creek trail.
Elodea Herbicide Treatment
The USDA Forest Service is proposing a project to apply fluridone, an herbicide, to reduce the biomass of or entirely eradicate a non-native invasive plant Elodea (waterweed) from three ponds/areas on the Copper River Delta.
Eyak River Trail Reconstruction
The proposed project requires reconstructing trail structures to control and span water flowing over and down the trail, replacing Step and Run boardwalk to protect wetland (muskeg) habitat and soil stabilization/replanting vegetation.
Gold Digger mining plan of operations
Proposed mining plan of operations for exploration on Quartz Creek. Proposal includes walking a small excavator to the creek and digging several test holes along the bench to determine if further operations are prudent.
Last Hope Mining Plan of Operations
Five year mining plan of operations for placer exploration and access on Bear Creek with exploration using a 4 inch suction dredge and ATV access on existing Bear Creek trail.
Main Bay Fish Hatchery Permit Renewal
Renewal of a multi-year special use permit to Alaska Department of Fish and Game for continued use & maintenance of the Main Bay Fish Hatchery located in Main Bay, Prince William Sound. Managed by PWS Aquaculture Corp. EIS/ROD 1980. Constructed 1981.
Placer Dreams Mining Plan of Operations
Five year mining plan of operations for placer exploration and access on Gulch Creek using up to a 6 inch suction dredge and highbanker and ATV's on existing Gulch Creek mining access trail.
Snag Lake Restoration
Restore a failed beaver dam at Snag Lake to restore water levels and improve fish habitat.
Triple H Mining Plan of Operations
Five year mining plan of operations for placer exploration and access on Coeur d%u2019Alene Creek with exploration utilizing a 2.5 inch suction dredge and ATV access on an existing access trail.
Resurrection Creek Restoration Phase II
Approve a supplement to a mining plan of operations and new mining operations. Restore Resurrection Creek's channel, floodplain, and streamside vegetation to pre-mining conditions and enhance fish and riparian wildlife habitat.
Sale of the Seward Ranger District Office
The USDA Forest Service is proposing to sell the former Seward Ranger District Office. This federally-owned property is located at 334 4th Avenue, Seward, Alaska 99664.
Three D mining plan of operations
Exploration utilizing a small suction dredge in Cooper Creek and ATV access on the Stetson Creek Trail, which is closed to the general public for motorized access.
Cooper Creek Stream Restoration
Stream restoration work on the lower 0.75 miles of Cooper Creek, from the mouth of the canyon to the confluence with the Kenai River.
HMC Palmer Creek Mining Plan of Operations
seasonal suction dredging and high-banking, sampling, road repair, and use of a seasonal camp consisting of tents or campers. Access will be by ATV or snowmobile, road vehicles, or small excavation equipment on roads currently closed to the public
One Eyed Pond Channel
One Eyed Pond is an isolated former gravel pit. We propose to dig a 40-ft channel to connect it to an adjacent pond. This will allow anadromous salmonids to enter and use the pond for summer and winter rearing habitat.
Quadra Creek Habitat Improvement
Crowded stands in clearcut and uplifted areas would be thinned to accelerate tree growth and old-growth forest conditions. Canopy openings would be created in older clearcut to improve wildlife habitat. Some downed wood to be used for fish habitat.
Wild Alpine, LLC permit amendment
Wild Alpine is requesting an amendment to their existing permit to authorize a new use area southwest of Turnagain Pass. Current permit authorizes avalanche education classes and other backcountry travel uses in Turnagain Pass & Portage Valley.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.