Land & Resources Management

 

Shows heavy equipment installing a new culvert pipe A crew removes an old corral near McCloud A person wearing gloves examines a bats wing for disease A woman examines fungi at the base of a large tree A woman maps Fens in the Parks Creek area near McCloud A person holds a bird while preparing to put an ID band on its leg A snorkel surveyor looks underwater for fish A prescribed burn near Shasta Lake A crew of 4 people measure a stream that contains Redband Trout Two people sample soil in a grassy meadow Several people in a forest look at a plant, Shasta Snow Wreath

 


Land and Resource Management Projects

Projects are proposed actions that are analyzed through the NEPA process (EIS, EA, or CE) that involve analyzing different alternatives to the proposed action, requires public notice and comment, and result in a NEPA decision (ROD, DN, or DM) which is subject to an administrative appeals process, and ultimately is implemented on the ground.

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Timber Sale Information

Schedule of Proposed Environmental Actions (SOPA)

Appeals, Objections, Litigation

Shasta-Trinity National Forest managers make many resource management decisions, which may be subject to appeal (request to a higher authority for administrative review of a decision)

Pre-decisional Objections

Proposed Shasta-Trinity decisions regarding projects documented in an EA or EIS are subject to a 'pre-decisional' review process. In these cases, the public may submit comments on the project for consideration prior to the final decision being signed.

Features

Ecological Restoration Implementation Plan

In March 2011 the Pacific Southwest Region of the US Forest Service released a statement of its Leadership Intent for Ecological Restoration, which laid out the Region's guiding vision and goals for its stewardship of wildland and forests for the next 15-20 years. This plan reflects the Regional leadership's current thinking on how the Leadership Intent will be implemented.