The project would improve stand conditions by commercially thinning and group select harvesting 35-to 80-year-old timber stands in the Upper Blue River sub-watershed. Road maintainenance, restoration, and decommissioning would also occur.
Big Hoodoo Project
This project is being reissued with a new decision. The purpose of the project is to reduce hazardous fuels and improve forest health to protect values at risk in the Hoodoo/Big Lake area through 2,135 acres of treatments in the Santiam Pass area.
Bingham Fire Dozer Line Rehabilitation
This project will repair a section of the Bingham Fire dozer line by removing up to 30 trees of the pushed and pulled from the site to be used in fish restoration projects. Remaining pushed/pulled trees will be scattered to mimic surrounding stand.
Timber harvest is proposed in densely stocked second growth stands generally ranging in age from 40 to 150 years old, and includes stands within Riparian Reserves and approximately 40 acres in the Jefferson Late-Successional Reserve.
Commercial thinning in about 1300 acres of 40-60 year old managed stands and 1000 acres of 90-120 year-old natural stands.
Carmen Reservoir Bridge Replacement
Replace the current poor condition bridge, with a new bridge that meets current safety standards. The bridge will be lengthened to move abuttments farther from the river and restore riparian function.
Cascadia Day Use Forest Plan Amendment and Site Development
Proposed Forest Plan amendment to change about 10 ac. of an administrative site MA 13B to Developed Recreation MA 12a. Also, construct parking area for 8-10 vehicles, plant low-maintenance landscaping, and construct ADA interpretive tail.
To commercially thin three stands; 30, 16, and 10 acres. These stands are second growth with an average age of 40 years. The project will be harvested with ground base and skyline equipment using existing skid roads as much as possible.
Implement vegetation-related projects from Cool Soda All Lands Restoration Proposal. Thin 545 ac. of young stands, regen 71 ac. for noble fir boughs, regen 14 acres in mature stand, fuel treatments, special forest products, traditional resources
Cub Thin Project
The project proposes to commercially thin two stands for a total of 65 acres. The units are second-growth stands that are approximately 42 years old. The units would be harvested with ground base and skyline equimpmnet.
Delta A Cabin Improvements
The proposed project would authorize modification (installation of half bathroom) of cabin on lot 8/9 of the Delta A recreation residence tract. Modification would include installation of new transmission lines for existing water and septic.
To commercially thin approximately 40 acres in a 50-year old stand using ground base equipment
Flat Country Floral Greens Project
This project would remove floral greens: beargrass, salal, fern fronds, and vine maple/ceanothus sticks. This would occur on approximately 28,523 acres of the McKenzie River Ranger District. The sell of these products will be done under permits.
French Pete Creek Crossing Repair
A project to harden the creek crossing at milepost 2.1 of the French Pete Creek Trail (Tr. No. 3311) in the Three Sisters Wilderness at French Pete Creek crosing. This would construct a step-down drain style approach to mitigate erosion.
Goose EA 2010
The proposed action will commercially harvest stands 25-120 year-old (1,598 acres)and reduce fuels in the WUI (600 acres).
Goose EIS 2015
The Goose Project proposes to commercially harvest and reduce fuels on approximately 2,452 acres on the Willamette National Forest near the community of McKenzie Bridge, Oregon.
Green Mountain Project
Proposes to thin ~3,003 acres (3.0% of the Project Area) and regenerate ~324 acres (0.3% of the Project Area) of forests across a sum of approximately 3,327 acres within the Green Mountain Project Area.
Hehe Thin Project
This project proposes up to 4000 acres of thinning in young 30-60 year plantations in the Hehe Creek area of the Fall Creek LSR. Associated activities include road decommissioning, fuel treatment, and other watershed restoration projects.
Hills Creek Reservoir Boat Launch Enhancements
Repair of existing launch runways at Packard Cr., CT Beach, and Bingham recreation sites. Extension of existing boat dock at Packard Cr. recreation site. Relocation of damaged boat docks to day use sites.
Kafka Resource Thin
To commercially thin three second growth stands in the upper McKenzie watershed. Project will be harvested with ground based equipment.
King Castle Reroute
A project to reroute a 1.25 Mi. of the King Caslte trail (Tr. No. 4326) to maintain the trails general character. This project would require removing brush, disturbing the ground (18-22%u201D wide), and removing trees less than 12 inches dbh.
Proposes to commercially thin timber stands up to 120 years of age on approximately 733 acres. The purpose and need for this project is to improve stand conditions in terms of density and structure, and maintain stand health and vigor.
Lookout Mountain Meadow Restoration
The purpose of this project is to restore native meadow habitat by cutting and girdling small diameter trees, and subsequently implementing a prescribed fire across an approximately 347-acre project area.
Lower South Fork McKenzie River Enhancement Project
Using heavy equipment, stream channels would be reconstructed, up to 1,500 pieces of large wood would be placed along stream channels, gravel would be placed to improve spawning, and boardwalks, water crossings, and trails would be constructed.
The project proposed to commercially thin about 1200 acres of young second growth forests to enhance the growth and structural complexity of timber stands. Decision was withdrawn on August 12, 2011. New decision is expected in March 2012.
McKenzie River Trail Reroute Project
A project to reroute several sections of the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail (No. 3507). Sections of the trail were constructed too steep, resulting in trenching and erosion. Other sections of the trail are too close to the McKenzie River.
Moose Creek and Quartzville Dispersed Sites Project
Closing large dispersed sites that have been consistent problem areas for illegal camping, dumping of trash, improper waste disposal, and natural resource degradation. Sites will remain open for day use activities and increased day access to water.
Muskee Thin Project
The project proposes to commercially thin three 43 year old stands, one is 42 acres, 16 acres, and 9 acres. In addition to the thinning, approximately 10-15% of the stand will have gaps ranging in size from one to three acres.
This project proposes 3300 acres of commerical thinning in managed stands along the Forest Road 1928 area.There may be up to 6 miles of temporary road built.
Buzzard Thin was combined into Niner Thin.
North Fork Trail Relocation
Replace a section of unstable trail by decommissioning approximately ¼ mile of existing trail and constructing approximatley ½ mile of new trail.
ODOT Right of Way
Granting right-of-way to ODOT for Sheep Creek bridge replacement on highway 20.
Outlook Landscape Diversity Project
Commercial thinning and fuels reduction on 4300 ac. of plantations; 110 mi. of road maintenance, closure of 130 mi. of road; special habitat restoration; 260 ac. of early-seral habitat maintenance/creation; snag creation, noxious weed abatement.
Power Plant Bypass Road Realignment
Realignment of the existing bypass Forest Service Road 2672690 around the Eugene Water and Electric Board's Carmen power house in order to provide safe and adequate access for construction of the fish passage facilities at trailbridge reservoir.
Prescribed Fire in Wilderness: Scott Mountain
The project would use prescribed fire in the Mt. Washington Wilderness area to modify vegetation and fuels to sufficiently reduce the threats to values outside of wilderness in order to allow fire to play a more natural role within wilderness.
Re-route of Road 2041
Relocate about 500-600 feet of road 2041 where its alignment has shifted due to an active slide. Replace and realign 5-6 foot culvert. Remove rock from the abandoned portion of road and use on relocated portion. Decommission abandoned roadbed.
Revised Trapper Project
A Supplemental Environmental Assessment will be prepared to disclose effects of harvesting timber on about 33 acres already under contract and to respond to analysis deficiencies identified by the 2011 U.S. District Court decision.
Sand Mountain Trail Repair and Reroute
Proposal to reconstruct portions of the Sand Mountain Lookout trail. Trees (<12 in) along the trail prism would and trail tread would be cut. The old trail would require a series of check dams placed to slow sediment and fill in the old trail.
This project proposes a variety of silvicultural treatments on 900 acres of young second growth forests to enhance the growth and structural complexity of stands in the project area.
Smith Prairie Meadow Maintenance
Enhance and maintain meadow complex by reducing encroachment of conifers (remove saplings under 4 inches), seed collection, girdling 1-2 trees/acre under 12 inches DBH and falling 1 tree/acre for down wood.
Soda Fork Large Wood Enhancement
Improve spawning and rearing habitat in Soda Fork Creek for Upper Willamette Winter Steelhead and Spring Chinook that are listed as Threatened under the Endangered Species Act and improve stream complexity in Soda Fork Creek.
Staley Creek Stream Restoration
Stabilization of approx. 200 ft. of eroding stream bank, including large woody debris jam construction. Trees with root wads attached will be gathered and large trees will be hauled to the project area for bank stabilization and log jam construction.
Str8 Thinning Restoration
Reduce stocking levels of stands 6-9 inches in diameter, 500-800 TPA. Offer biomass products such as posts and poles and firewood and other SFP such as bough and beargrass.
Accelerate development of structural complexity in the LSR and strategically manage hazardous fuels along Highway 20. Improve health, vigor and contribute wood products in matrix. 880 ac. 36-80yr.old stands, 100 acres of 81-105 yr. old stands
To comply with Final Travel Mgmt Rule [FR, Vol 70, No. 216 (2005)] for motorized access. Designation of National Forest System roads & trails open to motor vehicle use (including OHV use) by vehicle class and, if appropriate, by time of year.
Traverse Creek Thin Project
Commercial thin of 2400 acres of 35-60 year old managed plantations. Project includes road maintenance and road closures, fuel reduction treatments, and big game forage enhancement projects.
Tumblebug Fire Roadside Treatment Project
Removal of trees along certain roads within the 2009 Tumblebug Fire which were killed by the fire and pose future safety risk to road users. Merchantable tree removal on approximately 475 acres. Hazard tree felling on approximately 400 acres.
Upper Little Fall LSR Density Management Project
The Middle Fork Ranger District of the Willamette National Forest proposes density management on about 1720 acres of young plantations located in the Little Fall Creek subwatershed.The project would include the reconstruction of existing roads.
Waldo Lake, managing recreation use
This proposal is to rework the earlier plan. Issues to be addressed include dispersed uses of the lakeside zone, outfitter uses of the basin, and motorized boat use of the lake. The project history is on the Willamette NF website.
Wolf Boughs Project
The Wolf Boughs project would remove approximately one hundred thirty-one tons (62,000 pounds) of coniferous boughs over 123 acres, under contracts or permits.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.