Roseboro Road, SR 1511, NCDOT Project
NCDOT has proposed a 50 foot Right-of-Way and to make improvements to about 2.8 miles of Roseboro Road, SR 1511, across FS lands. Proposed improvements include grading, widening, improved drainage and paving.
Armstrong Creek Project
The proposed action includes vegetation management and wildlife habitat improvement activities in the Armstrong Creek area.
The proposed action is to conduct silvicultural treatments to implement forest plan goals for National Forest System lands in Macon County, NC.
Chattooga River Boating Access
Designate sites for boaters to put-in and/or take-out of the Upper Chattooga River consistent with the Environmental Assessment that addressed Managing Recreation Uses in the Upper Chattooga River Corridor.
Davidson River Project
Streambank stabilization along Davisdon River from the Pisgah Fish Hatchery downstream to the confluence with Looking Glass Creek - rehab/improve river entry points
Lower End Project
The proposed action is to conduct shortleaf pine ecosystem restoration treatments, including timber harvest, prescribed burning, wildlife habitat, fisheries habitat, and botanical habitat improvement projects in western Cherokee County, NC.
NC 24/27 Widening Project, NCDOT Project
NC DOT has proposed widening from two lanes to four lanes of NC 24/27 from NC 73 to the Troy Bypass. Approximately 2.7 miles of this 11 mile project are located on Forest Service lands.
The proposed project consists of various timber, wildlife and fire related treatments to move toward the desired future condition of Longleaf pine and provide improved habitat for the Federally Endangered Red-cockaded Woodpecker
Newport road easement new permit UWH121301
The proposed action is to issue a road easement to a private land owner to access a recreation cabin using a utility right-of-way. This permit requires minor road construction and reconstruction.
2010 Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Suppression
The proposed action is to treat hemlock conservation areas on the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests using a combination of biological and chemical treatments. This project adds additional treatment options to the 2005 HWA Project.
Chattooga River Boating Access
The Forest Service is proposing to establish access points for boaters on the Chattooga Wild and Scenic River within the boundaries of three National Forests (Chattahoochee, Nantahala and Sumter).
Courthouse Vegetation Management
The proposal includes vegetation, recreation, and fuels management activities in Analysis Area 13 on the Pisgah Ranger District.
Grandfather District Restoration Burns
The proposal is to burn six separate areas in Burke and Caldwell counties to reduce fuel loads, improve wildlife habitat, and promote fire dependent and fire adapted species. Individual burns would be implemented over multiple years.
Non-Native Invasive Plant Control Project
The proposed action is to treat non-native invasive plant infestations across the Pisgah and Nantahala National Forest using an integrated combination of treatment methods over a five year period
US 17, NCDOT Project
NCDOT has proposed widening US 17 to four lanes from SR 1330/SR 1439 south of Belgrade to the Jones-Craven County lines. Approximately 2.1 miles of the project is located on FS lands. FS property only located on the east side of US 17.
Church Sign for Calvary Church
The proposed action is to approve a special use permit to allow the Calvary Church to place a sign in a road right-of-way the Forest Service owns near the intersection of Highway 101 and Temples Point Road in Craven County, North Carolina.
Linville Gorge Wilderness Prescribed Fire
The proposal includes the use of prescribed fire in the Linville Gorge Wilderness to restore the natural fire regime, to manage unnatural buildups of fuels, and to restore fire dependent communities and woodlands.
West Carteret New Water Well Installation
Allow the West Carteret Water Corporation to place 2 more water wells and approximately 4000 feet of additional waterline with power on the Croatan Ranger District in the locations identified in their existing permit issued in August of 1989.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.