Applegate Plantation Thin
Thin overcrowded, previously managed stands (plantations) located within the Applegate Adaptive Management Area (AMA) in order to maintain and enhance forest health and terrestrial and aquatic species habitat
Aquatic Restoration NEPA
Project would provide NEPA analysis of various aquatic restoration activities that are contained within the existing Aquatic Restoration Biological Opinion (ARBO).
Ashland Forest Resiliency
Landscape fuels reduction to lower chance of large scale wildfire within Ashland Municipal Watershed
BB#3 Placer Mine
Sampling 3 sites by digging out existing ponds then processing and testing the materials on site, on a project footprint <1 acre.
Big Pines Restoration
Apply recommended stand density reduction thinning to ponderosa pine dominated stands to sustain large ponderosa and sugar pine trees, increase stand vigor, and promote pine regeneration.
Biscuit Fire Recovery
Salvage logging, reforestation and construction of fuel managment zones, meadow restoration, road stabilization and road decommissioning.
Bitter Lick Creek Instream Restoration Project
Reconstruct inlet to an off-channel pond to provide consistent flow of water from mainstem Bitter Lick Creek channel. Reconfigure four legacy instream structures that currently impair movement of juvinile anadromous fish.
Partial cut exisiting stands to promote large-diameter trees and maintain pine-oak habitat on approximately 985 acres;no regen harvest or new system road construction; objective is to increase vigor and growth of mid-seral stands.
Buckhorn Ridge Fuel Break Project
Vegetation management and prescribed burning to establish and maintain a defensible location for suppressing or stopping wildfires.
Bybee Vegetation Management
This project is designed to improve stand conditions, diversity, density, and structure to increase forest resiliency and overall forest health; provide a sustainable supply of timber products; and reduce the risk to forest resources from wildfire.
Cedar Gulch Mine
Previously known as Tracy Placer Mining Project (#9992). Prepare Supplemental EIS and environmental review of proposed Plan of Operations for placer mining less than 5 acres in the Sucker Creek watershed.
Chetco River Kayaking Permit
Commercially guided kayaking trips on the Wild & Scenic Chetco River and through the Kalmiopsis Wilderness. Trips are up to 12 people for 5 days and 1-4 trips per year between June and Sept. No pack animals & leave-no-trace ethics apply.
Chetco River Kayaking Permit #2
Permit to conduct guided kayaking trips on the Chetco River between Boulder Creek and S. Fork Chetco River. Authorizes 80 priority-use days per year; limits group size to 8 clients plus 2 guides per trip.
Chetco Wild and Scenic River Mineral Withdrawal
Request the Secretary of the Interior withdraw from location and entry under mining laws about 5,610 acres of FS land within the Chetco Wild and Scenic River, subject to valid existing rights, for a period of 5 years in aid of legislation.
Copper Salmon Wilderness Legacy Roads
Decommission or convert to hiking trails up to 16 miles of existing roads within the wilderness. Identify locations for future hiking trails. Relocate gravel stockpiled in the wilderness to outside of the wilderness.
Fritillaria gentneri Reintroduction and Augmentation
A collaborative partnership between Forest Service, BLM, USFWS and ODA to introduce Fritillaria gentneri into oak habitat in the Shan Ck area. A total of 4-8 plots, planted with pickaxe or shovel. No vegetation will be removed in planting.
Gold 11 Mining Project
Environmental review of a Proposed Plan of Operations for placer mining up to 71 acres along the main stem of the Chetco River.
Invasive Plant Treatment Project
Proposal to use any of four herbicides to control invasive plants on approximately 95 acres within the Gold Beach and Powers Ranger Districts.
Meadow Restoration and Enhancement
Meadow restoration activities in 89 meadows on approx. 2,675 acres on all Districts: including 1,421 acres of conifer and brush removal, 841 acres of handpile and burning of slash, 1,869 acres of broadcast burning, and 442 acres seeding/planting veg.
PacifiCorp Power Line Special Use Re-Authorization
Renewal of a permit for a 50-year term for an existing underground electrical distribution line near Mt. Ashland Ski Resort on USDA Forest Service lands. No new construction or ground disturbance would occur.
Revised L Street Conveyance
Seven buildings constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps on L Street in Grants Pass, Oregon. This compound operated as the Siskiyou National Forest Supervisor's office warehouse. This property became underutilized in 2007.
Shuttle permits - Rogue and Chetco Rivers
Proposed issuance of up to 15 special use permits for shuttling of people and cars from Galice to Foster Bar on the Rogue River via several routes and for shuttles along FS Road 1376 along the Chetco River.
Special Use Permit Renewals at J. Herbert Stone Nursery
A decision memo is being prepared to authorize renewal of 4 existing special use authorizations: 2 power lines, 1 natural gas line, and 1 telephone line at the J. Herbert Stone Nursery. The permit would be issued for a 20 year term.
Tracy Placer Mining Project
Environmental review of proposed Plan of Operations for placer mining <5 acres in the Sucker Creek watershed.
Union Creek Water System Maintenance Project
The project would address several deferred maintenance items to the Union Creek Water System, including: replacement of the waterline, replacement of components at the Union Creek and Farewell Bend campgrounds, and the USFS Administrative Compound.
Wildhorse Toilet Installation
Install a self-contained vault toilet near the Wildhorse Lookout site in Curry County, Oregon, T36S, R12W, Section 7. Building will be historically appropriate to match Lookout structures.
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