Projects on the Forest Managed by Other Units
Fremont-Winema National Forest All Units
Antelope Grazing Allotments AMP
The original analysis has been supplemented to provide the deciding official additional information to determine whether the USFS should contine to authorize livestock grazing on the Antelope allotment, and if so, what mgmt strategies should be used.
Barry Point Salvage Project
This project proposes to salvage timber from high and moderate intensity burned areas of the Barry Point Fire.
Oatman Restoration Project
This proposal would address the need for ecosystem restoration activities within the project area. High fuel levels, high road densities, and unhealthy forested vegetation composition have lowered quality levels for the landscape.
Bly Ranger District
004.Quincy Resources Drilling Project
Quincy Resources, Inc. has proposaed exploration core drilling at 29 existing pads, construction of approx. 150 feet of new road along with related activities described in Plan of Operations for Angel Camp and Quartz Mountain sites.
OWIN Medicine Mountain Communications Facility Upgrade
The Bly R. D. proposes to authorize Oregon Wireless Interoperability Network (OWIN) partnered with the State, through ODOT, to replace ODOT?s existing communications facility with an upgraded facility at the Medicine Mountain communications site.
Chemult Ranger District
Boundary Prescribed Underburn
Prescribed initial & reentry underburning of 9000 acres to reduce fuel profiles and to bring fire regime condition class to within the estimated historical range of variability during a specifically defined reference period (FRCC 1).
Chemult Special Use Permit Re-Authorization
The Chemult Ranger District seeks to re-new a variety of special use authorizations that have expired. Renewals have been requested for the continued authorization, maintenance, and motorized access to the authorized uses.
District-Wide Personal Use Firewood
The Decision Memo for this project has been cancelled because it is consistent with category 8 of Forest Service Handbook 1909.15, section 32.12, categories of actions for which a project or case file and decision memo are not required.
Leonas Little Blue Butterfly Habitat Restoration
This project will expand habitat for Leonas Little Blue Butterfly (a region 6 sensitive species) by removing encroaching lodgepole pine, and allowing more light to its sole host plant, spurry buckwheat.
Red Knight Restoration Project
Would maintain and enhance a resilient forest habitat by developing spatial patterns, summer forage, tree densities, and forest composition and structure more typical of a resilient, fire-adapted forest.
Chiloquin Ranger District
Bluejay Vegetation Restoration Project
Proposed actions would focus on stand restoration with conditions where, historically present, low intensity fires could occur. Actions may include non- and commercial thinning, riparian conifer removal including meadows, and reduce road densities.
Fort Vegetation Management Project
Map 5. Proposed activities include precommercial thinning, commercial thinning, slashbusting, hand treatments, and prescribed fire to increase forest health, and reduce risk of high intensity willdfire event on approximately 6886 acres.
Yamsi Grazing Allotment
Map 12. Evaluate livestock grazing on the Yamsi Grazing Allotment. The current Yamsi Allotment permit authorizes 444 cow/calf pairs for four months at 45% utilization.
Klamath Ranger District
Fourmile Meadow NatureWatch
The NatureWatch site would be developed on 100-acre parcel of Forest Service land to provide an accessible trail, semi-primitive trail, interpretive signs, and bird blinds for wildlife observation near recently restored wildlife habitat.
*Notice of opportunity to comment is cancelled* Establish a zipline in the area formerly known as the Tomahawk Ski Bowl off Hwy 140 across from the Rocky Point turnoff.
Lakeview Ranger District
2013 Cox Flat Fish Passage
Proposing to replace a culvert where the 2800 Road crosses Thomas Creek. A new structure would provide for fish passage and improve stream connectivity and habitat conditions for the Modoc Sucker, an endangered species in Oregon.
Booth-Drews Gap Fuels Reduction Project
In conjunction with an adjacent Oregon Department of Forestry project in the area of Booth State Park the Forest Service proposes to implement understory thinning and prescribed fire treatments within a 160 acre parcel of National Forest
East Drews Landscape Restoration Project
The Lakeview Ranger District proposes to conduct restoration treatments in the Drews Reservoir and Lower Drews/ Antelope Creek subwatersheds of the Drews Creek Watershed, Lake County, Oregon.
South Warner Aspen
Enhance and restore aspen stands by removing encroaching conifers through non-commercial thinning along with application of prescribed fire as deemed necessary.
Paisley Ranger District
Swamp Creek and Mill Flat Grazing Allotments Project
This area has been brought forward for analysis at this time in order to comply with the Rescission Act of 1995, which requires the Forest Service to establish and adhere to a schedule for completion of NEPA analyses and decisions on all allotments.
Upper Sycan River Subwatershed Aspen Restoration Project
Project promotes aspen growth and re-establishment on approximately 823 acres of aspen stands within the Upper Sycan Subwatershed. This project proposes conifer removal, fuels treatments, and mechanical root stimulation to promote aspen.
Silver Lake Ranger District
Antelope Grazing Allotments Project
This analysis is being prepared to assist the responsible official in determining whether the Forest Service should continue to authorize livestock grazing on the Antelope allotment, and if so, what grazing management strategies should be used.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.