Projects

As part of carrying out the mission of the Forest Service, agency resource specialists develop proposals that will enhance or maintain resource values on public lands, as well as generate products. In addition, the public may submit proposals for various uses such as rights-of-way, land exchanges, and recreational events. A necessary part of the planning for these is the environmental analysis and documentation, pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act and agency direction.

Schedule of Proposed Actions

As part of carrying out the mission of the Forest Service, agency resource specialists develop proposals that will enhance or maintain resource values on public lands, as well as generate products. In addition, the public may submit proposals for various uses such as rights-of-way, land exchanges, and recreational events. A necessary part of the planning for these is the environmental analysis and documentation, pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act and agency direction.

Six Rivers National Forest Current and Recent Projects

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Developing Proposal

Six Rivers Hazardous Fuels and Fire Management Project

The Fuels & Fire Project would authorize a set of manual and mechanical land management tools to prepare our landscapes for up to 8,000 acres of prescribed burning every year.

Under Analysis

Mad River August Complex Restoration Project

The proposal would treat 12,386 acres targeting post-fire fuels management, safety, native plant, oak and wildlife habitat restoration, economic recovery of timber salvage and installing a new radio repeater on Grizzly Peak.

On Hold

Six Rivers Digital 299 Broadband Project

The project will generally follow California State Route 299 (SR-299)from Eureka and terminate in Cottonwood for an estimated 277 miles, of which 26.4 miles crosses the SRNF.

Cancelled

August Complex Fire: Hazard Tree Abatement Project

Project is being incorporated into the Three Forks Fire Salvage Project, including additional roadside hazard tree removal along county and public roads and area salvage of dead trees.

Buck Mountain Vegetation and Fuel Management Project

Cancelled - Commercial thinning on about 1300 acres, oak release on 150 acres, timber stand improvement on about 500 acres, and fuel treatment in strategic locations on about 1500 acres.

PacifiCorp Power Line Authorization Reissuance

Reissuance of two PacifiCorp powerlines authorizations within the Smith River NRA that have expired. No changes are proposed for the new term.

Trinity Summit Range Assessment

Cancelled - This project will assess grazing and rangeland conditions in the Mill Creek and Trinity Summit Allotments located on the Lower Trinity Ranger District, Six Rivers National Forest.

Project Archive

Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.

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