Find information here about specific projects that the Fremont Winema National Forest are evaluating, planning or actively implementing. The Schedule of Proposed Actions (SOPA) and National Enviromental Policy Act (NEPA) projects documentation including supporting maps and documents are available.

Schedule of Proposed Actions

Each quarter, the Forests publish a Schedule of Proposed Actions or SOPA. The SOPA is an information guide for public involvement in the management of the Forests' natural resources.

Programmatic Restoration Project

The Fremont-Winema National Forest Programmatic Restoration Project decision will allow the Forest to play an active collaborative role with other agencies, the Klamath Tribes and various organizations in the development and implementation of future watershed restoration and resource improvement actions.

Fremont-Winema National Forest Current and Recent Projects

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Developing Proposal

Camp LOW Echo Upgrade Project

A proposal has been made to upgrade facilities at Camp LOW Echo, an existing organizational camp under special use permit. Upgrade would be designed with the historic character and would provide improved, year-round facilities.

East Hills Project

Landscape planning on 138,733 acres of National Forest System lands with a focus on promoting sustainable forest and watershed functions.

Under Analysis

Cabin F7 Replacement Project

A proposal has been submitted to replace existing Cabin F7 at Lake of the Woods. Replacement structure would meet current safety requirements along with energy efficiency and improved building function.

Cherry Creek Storm Mitigation

To mitigate storm damage from rain on snow event of winter 2014, and prevent additional damage to the USFS snowmobile bridge and Westside Road that is likely to occur in winter 2015.

Chiloquin Sewer project

This project will connect the Chiloquin Ranger District to the town of Chiloquin's sewer line

Dead Horse and Campbell Lakes and Campgrounds Fences

To exclude livestock from Dead Horse Lake/Campground and Campbell Lake/Campground, we will construct wooden fences and install cattle guards at roads and hiker gates at trails. Where possible we may also fell dead trees to block livestock access.

Lamm Camp Material Stockpiling SUP

Klamath County will stockpile and remove approximately 7,000 cubic yards of crushed chip rock in an open area where they stockpiled the same volume of the same material for two previous road jobs.

Lobert Restoration Project

The purposes of this project, consistent with the Winema National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan, is to promote the overall sustainability of vegetative systems and hydrologic functioning within the project planning area.

Analysis Completed

004.Quincy Resources Drilling Project

Quincy Resources, Inc. has proposaed exploration core drilling at 29 existing pads, construction of approx. 150 feet of new road along with related activities described in Plan of Operations for Angel Camp and Quartz Mountain sites.

Crooked Mud Honey

Proposing forest restoration of the North Warner Mountains landscape within the Lakeview Stewardship Unit. Proposal would include commercial and non-commercial thinning treatments, use of prescribed fire, wildlife and aquatic habitat enhancement.

White King/Lucky Lass Mines Withdrawal Extension

Withdraw 240.59 acres from location and entry of new mining claims under the United States mining laws for 20 years to protect remediation work that was completed at the mine sites in 2001-2002.

On Hold

Forest Plan Amendments for the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline

The Forest Service is proposing to amend the Land and Resource Management Plans (LRMP) for the Umpqua, Rogue River, and Winema National Forests for the proposed Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline. DEIS at

Swamp Creek, Mill Flat and Simms Grazing Allotments Project

This area has been brought forward for analysis at this time in order to comply with the Rescission Act of 1995, which requires the Forest Service to establish and adhere to a schedule for completion of NEPA analyses and decisions on all allotments.

Yamsi Grazing Allotment

Map 12. Evaluate livestock grazing on the Yamsi Grazing Allotment. The current Yamsi Allotment permit authorizes 444 cow/calf pairs for four months at 45% utilization.

Project Archive

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