Activities Connected to the Pinto Valley Mine
The proposed action is a consolidated authorization to extend previously authorized and/or ongoing activities and uses on National Forest System lands, and limited expansion of existing surface uses for ancillary operations.
Bar X Tanks
It is proposed by the permittee to construct seven new tanks on the Bar X allotment. All the tanks will be adjacent to existing system roads and will collect run-off from the roadways. All tanks will be approximately 50 ft X 100ft and will be appro
Bighorn Sheep Population Management Project
Authorize the use of helicopters by the Arizona Game and Fish Department to capture, release, translocate, monitor populations, and conduct research of bighorn sheep on the Tonto National FOrest, including wilderness areas.
Board Tree Saddle Mineral Material Source
The Arizona Department of Transportation has proposed to expand the existing 2.3 acre pit to a depth of 30 feet. Material excavated would be used for maintenance of a portion of State Route 288.
CAMP TATIYEE LAND EXCHANGE - 0100 #5004
Exchange of private parcels in the A-S, Coronado, Prescott, & Tonto NFs for Federal lands in Pinetop-Lakeside (T9N, R22E). Would provide land for children's camps currently under spec. use permit & result in consolid. of isolated parcels on Forests.
Connor Canyon Mineral Material Source
The Arizona Department of Transportation has proposed to resume use of the existing 4.5 acre mineral material pit, of which 2.5 acres has previously been excavated. Material would be used for maintenance of SR 288 between Reynolds Creek and Young.
Copper King Project
Minerals exploration proposal which includes the use of existing roads for drill site access and some sites accessed by helicopter.
Diamond Rim Grazing Analysis
To develop and implement a single grazing strategy on the Little Green Valley Grazing Complex which is consistent with the Tonto National Forest Land Management Plan, as amended.
Fish Creek Mineral Material Borrow Source
The Arizona Department of Transportation has proposed to reopen and expand the existing Fish Creek Mineral Material borrow pit to obtain mineral materials necessary for the maintenance of State Route 88.
New Dutchman Well
Ground disturbance would include use of a truck-mounted drill rig to drill the well, pipeline, and/or armature to link the new well with an existing windmill and water storage tanks.
New Soldier Camp Tanks
It is proposed by the Forest Service and the permittee to construct four new roadside tanks. Tanks will be 50ft. X 100 ft. X 8-10 ft. deep. This project has been funded by the AZG&F Department as a habitat improvement for elk ,deer and small game.
Payson RD OHV Management Planning
This projects seek to do the following: Develop OHV staging areas across Payson, prohibit camping within 200' of streams unless designated, and designate an OHV specific campground.
Plan of Operations for Imerys Perlite Mine
Consolidates previous Plan of Operation and Special Use Permit authorizations, including continued operation of existing sedimentation basin; Use of segments of Forest Roads 229, 989, and 2403 for hauling; and mining at two unpatented claims.
Pleasant Valley Northwest Grazing Allotments Analysis
This analysis covers five grazing allotments and will address actions needed to formalize an adaptive management livestock grazing strategy to maintain or move resources toward desired conditions in the project area as in the Tonto NF Plan.
Red Top Project
Minerals exploration proposal including use of existing roads to provide access for drilling.
Sunflower Allotment Environmental Assessment
The Mesa Ranger District is preparing an environmental assessment to develop an adaptive management strategy to reauthorize livestock grazing in a manner which maintains or improves resource conditions on the allotment.
Tonto National Forest Motorized Travel Management
The Tonto National Forest is in the process of implementing the Travel Management Rule which calls for establishing a system of roads, trails, and areas designated for motorized vehicle use and determining suitable locations for dispersed camping.
Haigler Fuels Analysis
Manage timber and other woody vegetation to help maintain forest health, reduce forest fuels, and improve wildlife habitat and range conditions on approximately 43,435 acres of the Tonto National Forest.
Red Creek, Six Bar, and Skeleton Ridge Grazing
To improve ecological conditions within three grazing allotments using tools such as adaptive grazing and wildlife habitat improvement and by maintaining or replacing aging structural range improvements such as fences, water developmements.
Salt River Allotments Vegetative Management EIS
The Tonto National Forest will prepare and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on a proposal to improve ecological conditions within the project area usig tools such as fire and grazing management and to authorize continued livestock grazing.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.