Muddy Pass/Sheephorn Project

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The Muddy Pass/Sheephorn Project, located on the Holy Cross Ranger District, is proposing a variety of management activities designed to benefit multiple resources, including forest vegetation, fisheries, range, transportation, fuels, and wildlife.

Project Information

Expected Analysis Type
Environmental Assessment

Special Authority
Not applicable / Other

Lead Management Unit
East Zone/Holy Cross Ranger District

Notice and Comment Regulation
218 (2013) Non-HFRA

Project Purpose
Fuels management; Forest products; Road management; Recreation management; Grazing management; Vegetation management (other than forest products); Wildlife, Fish, Rare plants

Project Activity
Biomass; Fuel treatments (non-activity fuels); Forest vegetation improvements; Dispersed recreation mgmt.; Species habitat improvements; Noxious weed treatments; Species population enhancements; Road maintenance; Road improvements/construction; Rangeland vegetation improvements; Grazing structural improvements; Timber sales (salvage); Travel management; Timber sales (green)

Project Status

Current Status
Analysis Completed

Project Milestones
All planning milestones have been completed.

Project Decision Information

Muddy Pass/Sheephorn Project

Decision Signed Date
2020-01-07

Last Updated: 01/08/2020

https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=53148&exp=detail
https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=53148&exp=detail