Projects

Management Plan Consistency Reviews

Part of the Forest Service's role in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area is to review certain projects for consistency with the Management Plan.  The projects listed here are projects which the Forest Service is reviewing for Scenic Area consistency and do not require National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documentation by the Forest Service.

Current reviews:

Cascade Locks Trail System CD-21-01-S 

Woodard Creek Habitat Restoration CD-21-02-S

 

Recently completed reviews:

Camp Arrowhead SMA Forest Practice CD-20-06-S

VonFlotow SMA Forest Practice CD-20-04-S

Steigerwald Photography Blind CD-20-01-G 

Synergy Resources SMA Forest Practice CD-20-02-S

Skamania PUD Ryan-Tavelli URD Powerline Reroute, CD-19-04-S

Willard National Fish HatcheryQuarters Demolition, CD-19-03-G

Underwood Conservation District, Little Wind River Phase IV Habitat Enhancement, CD-18-05-G

 

Projects Currently in Implementation:

USFS - Klickitat Mile One Recreation Site Development CD-20-03-G

Herman Creek Horse Camp Safety and Vegetation Treatment, CD-19-05-S

USFS - Wahclella Trail Bridge Replacement CD-20-05-S

Eagle Creek Trail Bridge Replacement, CD-19-06-S

USFS-Interagency Eagle Creek Fire Emergency Response, CD-18-03-S

BPA Bonneville-Hood River Rebuild. CD-17-05-S

Steigerwald Habitat Restoration and Flood Control Project, CD-18-06-S

Catherine Forest Restoration. NEPA and Consistency Review were completed in 2007.

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Current and Recent Projects

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Under Analysis

Cascade Locks Trail System

Proposal to develop a environmentally sustainable multiple use trail system. Proposal would add 12 to 15 miles of new trail to an already existing system.

Skamania County Public Utility District Undergrounding Special Use Authorization

The Forest service proposes to issue Skamania County Public Utility District a special use permit authorizing the undergrounding of several hundred feet of overhead powerline at Mt. Zion to improve system resiliency and reduce wildlife potential.

Woodard Creek Habitat Restoration Project

The purpose of the project is to restore Woodard Creek stream processes and improve habitat functions by increasing wood quantities and riparian forest conditions in Upper Woodard Creek.

Analysis Completed

Klickitat River Mile 1 Recreation Management

Improve management of recreation and natural resources on National Forest System lands along the Wild and Scenic Klickitat River at river mile one, within the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.

Site-Specific Invasive Plant Treatment EIS for Mt. Hood NF/CRGNSA (Oregon)

Prescribes treatments for invasive plants on Mt. Hood NF and Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area in Oregon on approx. 13,000 acres (208 sites) with a combination of treatments including herbicide, manual, mechanical and cultural (goat grazing).

On Hold

Wahclella Trailhead Vault Toilet

Proposal to construct a permanent double vault toilet facility at the Wahclella Falls Trailhead. The project would improve visitor services and address impacts from improper waste disposal at this site. The site is currently served by porta-potties.

Project Archive

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