Forest Plan Amendment #2
The Hoosier is proposing to amend the Hoosier National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan to establish a Management Area and associated direction to existing and future communication sites. No new sites would be added or created at this time.
Hickey-Martin Dam Removal
The Hoosier National Forest is proposing to remove the Hickey-Martin Dam from Henderson Creek to allow for movement of aquatic species and to restore hydraulic processes within the stream.
Tell City Openings
Maintain openings as early successional habitat using a variety of tools.
Uniontown North Restoration
Proposal to implement the 2006 Land and Resource Management Plan by increasing the amount of early successional habitat available.
Milfoil Control via Lake Drawdown
The Hoosier is proposing to manipulate lake water levels to control non-native Eurasian water milfoil in Celina Lake, Indian Lake and Tipsaw Lake.
Newkirk Land Exchange
The Hoosier is proposing a land-for land exchange to resolve an unauthorized encroachment of private improvements located on National Forest System land.
Perry Spencer RTC, Inc.
The Hoosier is proposing to issue a special use permit to authorize Perry Spencer RTC, Inc. to bury new fiber optic line along county and state roads and to install aerial fiber optic line on existing power poles.
Saddle Lake Aquatic Organism Passages
The Hoosier is proposing to remove a road/stream crossing structure at Albany Road and stabilize the stream bank at a structure on Saddle Creek Road to allow for movement of aquatic species and to restore hydraulic processes within the stream.
Sell Special Use Permit
The Hoosier is proposing to issue a special use permit to access private property and a temporary log landing area approximately 100' x 50' in size.
Small Pond Maintenance
The Hoosier is proposing a ponds maintenance project for habitat and recreational improvement, as well as preserving the integrity of the structures constructed to maintain the waterbodies.
East Bass Pond Trail Reconstruction
The Hoosier National Forest is proposing to reconstruct approximately 4,300 feet of the East Bass Pond segment of the Cope Hollow trail to improve and protect soil and water resource.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.