Cleveland National Forest All Units
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.
Cleveland National Forest Invasive Weed Management Plan
This project is to plan for weed treatment activities for known infestations of certain invasive plant species. Weed removal efforts may include herbicides. A rapid response weed treatment protocol for new infestations will also be developed.
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.
Descanso Ranger District
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.
Laguna Water System Improvement
Installation of a new electrical drop and service, water and control line distribution to a new reservoir site, the installation of a new 100,000 gallon reservoir and water distribution line extension to connect to the existing Laguna water system.
Palomar Ranger District
Three Sisters Falls Recreation Management
To designate and/or construct a Forest Service system trail to Three Sisters Falls and a primitive parking area, and to decommission and restore user-created trails to address resource impacts and public safety issues.
Trabuco Ranger District
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.
Trabuco District Dam Removal Project
The existing dams on Silverado, Holy Jim, Trabuco, and San Juan Creeks impede stream flow and interfere with the movements of fish and other aquatic species. Demolition of the dams is proposed to remove these obstacles to fish passage.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.