AT&T Master Permit Renewal for Telephone Lines
To renew AT&T's authorizations on the CNF. Renew one master permit with 135 amendments, one 50-year rights-of-way, one telephone booth, and one access on private road to telephone facilties.
Alpine Community Defense
The Descanso RD proposes fuel treatments in the vicinity of Alpine, California to reduce vegetation levels and mitigate the potential effects of wildfire. This project was expanded beyond its original focus on the Sweetwater and Viejas Creek area.
Guatay Allotment incorporation of new lands
The Descanso Ranger District proposes to expand the boundaries of the Guatay Allotment to incorporate lands the have recently been acquired by the National Forest System. These lands have been previously grazed by the current grazing permittee.
Los Pinos Conservation Camp Special Use Authorization
The Cleveland NF proposes to issue a special use authorization for occupancy and use of government-owned facilities and lands at the Los Pinos Conservation Camp to the California Conservation Corps to be operated as an Education Center.
Replacement of Two Road Crossings of Holy Jim Creek
Two road crossings of Holy Jim Creek are barriers to fish passage. To improve fish passage and in anticipation of the restoration of steelhead runs in Trabuco and Holy Jim Creeks, reconstruction of these road crossings is proposed.
South Main Divide and Greater El Cariso Fuels Management
The Trabuco Ranger District proposes to treat vegetation along South and North Main Divide Roads and Long Canyon Road in order to mitigate the potential effects of wildfires. This project was expanded beyond its original focus on Elsinore Peak.
Three Sisters Falls Recreation Management
The proposed action is to adopt and/or construct Class 2 system trails to Three Sisters Falls and the summit of Eagle Peak, decommission and restore existing user-created trails, and construct a developed trailhead off of Boulder Creek Road.
Forest-Wide Unauthorized Route Decommissioning
The Cleveland National Forest received funding from the California Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Grants Program to decommission unauthorized routes, as defined by the 2008 Motorized Travel Management decision, that have the greatest resource impacts.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.