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The purpose of the Quarterly Schedule of Proposed Actions is to provide early and informal notice of projects so that you can become aware of Forest Service activities, indicate your interest in specific projects, and become involved early in the environmental analysis and documentation process. Find out how you can shape Your Forest by reading the...

 Quarterly Schedule of Proposed Actions

Chequamegon / Nicolet National Forest Current and Recent Projects

Note: Not all projects may appear on map. See list below for complete list of projects with more information or documentation.
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Developing Proposal

Multi-year Upland Opening Maintenance GD

Improvement of existing upland openings by hand-cutting, mowing, or burning

Townsend Project

Vegetation and road Management Project

Under Analysis

2015 Strecok

Temporary and permanent private land access on Forest service trails and roads

Chequamegon Communications Cooperative Inc. Ino Tower generator project

The Cooperative mistakenly installed a generator at the Ino Tower facility without approval. Proposal is to amend an existing permit to allow for the generator and associated equipment within the fenced area. Footprint (fenced area) remains the same.

Chequamegon Red Pine Thinning

To conduct thinning of individual red pine stands located across the Washburn, Great Divide and Medford - Park Falls Ranger Districts. The primary purpose of the project is to increase the growth and vigor of red pine stands across the forest.

Chequamegon Salvage and Restoration

Salvage of timber and forest restoration projects following an early September 2014 wind and rain storm event.

Little Willow Access Roads Permit

Little Willow Hunting Club is requesting a special use permit for use of two existing roads on National Forest System land to access a timber sale and cabin on their property which lies to the east of the Forest boundary.

Native Seed and Plant Establishment

The purpose of this project is to restore and enhance native vegetation sites in the barren vegetation communities on the Washburn Ranger District. This proposed activities include native seed and tree planting and site preparation.

Pine Lake Association Dock SUP

Issue an special use permit for installing and maintaining an additional dock at Pine Lake.

Two Lakes Campground Maintenance

Campground maintenance proposal includes: upgrading 2 hand pump wells to solar; replacement of Lake Owen boat launch; day use parking area creation; replacing 3 older toilet buildings; dump station alarm installation; and capping of an old well.

Warming Winters Research Project

This research is looking at the effect of warming winters on the sustainability of US forests.

West Side Road Permit Renewals 2014

The forest proposes the renewal of various expired or expiring road special use permits on the west side of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.

Analysis Completed

2015 Culvert replacement

Culvert replacement on unnamed tributary to Armstrong Creek/FR 2163, Haymeadow Creek/FR 2205, Lilypad Creek/FR 2424, Lauterman Lake outlet/Lautermen Lake ski trail, and South branch of the Popple River/FR 2162A

Eureka Gravel Source Development Project

The Forest Service is proposing to develop a gravel source, known as the Eureka site, on the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest (CNNF).

Hwy 63 CWPP Project

Community Wildfire Protection Plan project to reduce ladder and surface fuels located within 200 feet of each side of Hwy 63. Ladder fuels treatments improve health and vigor of the timber stands by removing brush and tree vegetation competition.

Morgan Lake Campground ATV Designation

Designate Morgan Lake Campground for ATV use.

Mosquito Creek Crossings

Improve two of Mosquito Creeks Crossings at Hwy 32 and Diamond Roof Road.

NGLVC Renewable Energy Improvement Project

The purpose of this project is to create a more sustainable and economical facility by decreasing the Center's energy use. The project includes updating the building's lighting, siding, ventilation, insulation and the installation of solar panels.

Revised Lake Habitat Restoration Project

This project would add more fish cribs the Butternut Lake.

On Hold

Wolf River ATV Project

Build a trail to connect two existing routes.

Project Archive

Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.