Projects

Diamond Lake Restoration Project

Stouts Creek Fire – Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) Reports

Schedule of Proposed Actions

The Schedule of Proposed Actions (SOPA) is published in October, January, April, and July during the Forest Service fiscal year (October 1 through September 30). It contains a list of proposed actions that will soon begin or are currently undergoing environmental analysis and documentation. It provides information so that you can become aware of and indicate your interest in specific proposals. We encourage your early and ongoing involvement in any proposals of interest to you.

Lemon Butte Integrated Resource Project Maps

Umpqua National Forest Current and Recent Projects

Note: Not all projects may appear on map. See list below for complete list of projects with more information or documentation.

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Calapooya Divide Integrated Project

This project is designed to improve stand health and diversity, improve fire resiliency, provide forest products and maintain/restore meadow habitats.

Calf-Copeland Restoration Project

This project would restore habitat for legacy trees including sugar pine, ponderosa pine and white oak and increase landscape resiliency to uncharacteristic fire, pest and pathogens.

Forest Plan Amendments for the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline

The Forest Service is proposing to amend the Land and Resource Management Plans (LRMP) for the Umpqua, Rogue River, and Winema National Forests for the proposed Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline.

Patterson Thin

The District will analyze approximately 2,274 acres of managed stands under 80 years of age for thinning to improve stand growth and vigor and to produce a sustainable supply of forest products

Skillem Integrated Resource Restoration Project

Project designed to improve water quality and aquatic habitat, maintain and improve the health of previously managed stands, lower risk of catastrophic fire, improve wildlife habitat, improve view from fire lookout, improve public safety.

Project Archive

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



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