Schedule of Proposed Actions

Four times a year, the Colville publishes Schedule of Proposed Actions (SOPA) which provides project information, status, and contacts.

Mill Creek A to Z Stewardship on the Colville National Forest

Colville 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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Under Analysis

Colville National Forest Plan Revision

The Land and Resource Management Plan for the Colville National Forest is being revised as required by the National Forest management Act. The focus is to update parts of the plan no longer current and requiring change.

Fourth of July Creek Restoration

This project would remove culverts from 4.3 miles of the 1932000 road with a management objective of decommissioned and recontour natural swale areas to hydrologically stabilize the area and reestablish groundwater connectivity

Lambert Creek Restoration

Restore the banks & floodplain of Lambert Cr. & the existing campground area. Includes relocating the campground loop rd., campsite turnouts, & utilizing woody debris & rocks to rehabilitate the creek, floodplain, and effected campground area

LeClerc Creek Grazing Allotment Management Planning

Analyze the options for management of grazing in the LeClerc Creek drainage.

North Fork Mill Creek A to Z Project

Analysis to identify opportunities for activities for improving road and stand conditions, and to improve or restore other resource conditions.

Pend Oreille PUD: buried electric line to private property

The Pend Oreille PUD has submitted an application to bury 50 lineal feet of single phase electric cable from an existing utility pole to provide service to a private parcel. The width of the right-of-way would be 20 feet.

Renshaw Vegetation Management Project EA

Vegetation management projects to address forest health, wildlife habitat and fuels.

Seattle City Light Forest Road 3165000 Authorization

Seattle City Light has applied for authorization for continued access over Forest Road 3165 (CR 3990) on a year-round basis to access the Vista House and east side of Boundary Dam from State Route 31.

Trout habitat Restoration Program Fish Habitat Improvements Programmatic EA

The projects focus is to enhance/restore aquatic habitat within eight subbasins that are tributaries to the Pend Oreille River including LeClerc, Calispell, Cee Cee Ah, Indian, Ruby, Cedar, Tacoma, and Mill creeks.

West Branch LeClerc Creek Watershed Restoration

Analyze the relocation and obliteration of 1.8 miles of the 1935-000 Forest Service Road (FSR)

Analysis Completed

Deer Jasper Restoration Project

Variety of vegetation treatments to reduce fuel loads and promote resilience. Roads needed for the project will have deferred maintenance & reconstruction completed. Roads no longer needed are proposed for decommissioning.

Fourth of July Creek Fish Habitat Improvement

Placement of instream structures to improve fish habitat.

South End Motorized Recreation Management Project

Project name formerly "South End Off-Highway Vehicle Project." Project would improve the system of designated routes for motor vehicle use, manage dispersed camping sites, and rehabilitate resource damage linked to motor vehicle use.


West Zone Precommercial Thinning

Pre-commercial thinning operations on overstocked pre- commercial stands within the Three Rivers and Republic Ranger District. Falling and bucking of trees will be accomplished with chainsaws, no change road access.

Project Archive

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