PIER FIRE ROADSIDE HAZARD TREE MITIGATION

Felling and removing hazard trees along roads, maintaining roads, and restoring ground cover and vegetation in the Pier fire area.

Project Information

Expected Analysis Type
Decision Memo

Categorical Exclusion
Repair and maintenance of roads, trails, and landline boundaries.

Categorical Exclusion
Timber stand and/or wildlife habitat improvement activities which do not include the use of herbicides or do not require more than one mile of low standard road construction (Service Level D, FSH 7709.56)

Categorical Exclusion
Post-fire rehabilitation activities not to exceed 4,200 acres (such as tree planting, fence replacement, habitat restoration, heritage site restoration, repair of roads and trails, and repair of damage to minor facilities such as campgrounds) to repair or improve lands unlikely to recover to a management approved condition from wildland fire damage, or to repair or replace minor facilities damaged by fire.

Special Authority
National Fire Plan - Healthy Forests Initiative CE

Lead Management Unit
Sequoia National Forest All Units

Notice and Comment Regulation
Not Subject to Regulations

Project Purpose
Fuels management; Forest products

Project Activity
Fuel treatments (non-activity fuels); Forest vegetation improvements; Road maintenance; Timber sales (salvage)

Project Status

Current Status
Analysis Completed

Project Milestones
All planning milestones have been completed.

Project Decision Information

PIER FIRE ROADSIDE HAZARD TREE MITIGATION PROJECT

Decision Signed Date
2018-10-03

Last Updated: 06/28/2022

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