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  • McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2007-02)
    Proposes to provide and maintain opportunities for river-oriented recreation activities by relocating boat launches at Frissell and Bruckart launch sites, and reconstructing the existing launch at Paradise. Includes ...
  • McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2004-02)
    Proposes supplementation of existing woody material to act as flow deflection and capture spawning gravels in the McKenzie River channel upstream of Trail Bridge Dam. Existing material would be supplemented with trees ...
  • Willamette National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2007-03)
    Proposes to close and store approximately 24 miles of roads in the watershed to minimize adverse affects to the resources and improve ability to perform adequate road maintenance activities within the existing budgetary ...
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2007-10)
    The proposed action is to place a headbox in the spring that fills UNNSR (approximately 0.2-acre) so water can be piped to a new 1,200-gallon trough. The trough would be installed 500 feet northwest of the reservoir. ...
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2007-10-17)
    The proposed action is to place a headbox in the spring that fills UNNSR (approximately 0.2-acre) so water can be piped to a new 1,200-gallon trough. The trough would be installed 500 feet northwest of the reservoir. ...
  • Wallowa-Whitman National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2005)
    Unfinished draft analyzes the watershed and its thirteen subwatersheds to facilitate planning, implementation, and evaluation of forest management activities. Examines issues, including vegetation and forest health, riparian ...
  • Wallowa-Whitman National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2005)
    Unfinished draft analyzes the watershed and its thirteen subwatersheds to facilitate planning, implementation, and evaluation of forest management activities. Examines issues, including vegetation and forest health, riparian ...
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  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Eugene District (2008-12-10)
    Actions analyzed in this EA include density management and commercial thinning, riparian enhancement treatments, botanical restoration treatments, culvert replacements/removals, and road construction, renovation, ...
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Lakeview District (2007-11-02)
    Announces decision implementing proposed action of EA for the Buck 15 area of the project, specifically harvesting 2.9 million board feet from 467 acres in sections 14 and 15 of Township 38 South, Range 5 East. Entire ...
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Lakeview District (2003-07-02)
    Announces decision implementing Alternative 1 of project EA covering the Surveyor timber sale, located on a portion of the project which enacts commercial timber harvesting, road restoration work, riparian habitat restoration, ...
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Lakeview District (2003-11-19)
    Announces decision implementing the watershed restoration treatments of the EA. Includes removal of three stream crossings, placement of large woody debris into about .25 miles of an ephemeral/intermittent stream channel, ...
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Lakeview District (2003-04-01)
    Proposes commercial timber harvesting, road restoration work, riparian habitat restoration, District Designated Reserve treatments, fuels treatments, stream enhancement work, and aspen stand enhancement. Includes use of ...
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Lakeview District (2008-10-22)
    The approved action will result in the implementation of the Buck 23 Timber Sale within the analysis area. Approximately 3.06 million board feet of timber will be harvested from approximately 378 acres of matrix lands and ...
  • Kelley, Leah C.; Oregon Institute of Marine Biology (Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, 2007-11)
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-10-30)
    Announces decision to adapt a scaled-back version of Alternative 3 of Project EA. Includes commercial thinning, permanent and temporary road building, burning piled slash, fixing and replacing culverts, and adding log and ...
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-06-17)
    Proposes action to develop more quickly late-successional habitat characteristics used by northern spotted owls and marbled murrelets, to reduce erosion and landslide risks, improve aquatic habitat, and to provide a ...
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-07-22)
    Announces decision to authorize the implementation of that portion of the Proposed Action as outlined above and described in Section II, paragraph B1b (pg. 7) of the EA. The EA analyzed the replacement of stream crossing ...
  • Serritella, Michael; Ross, Austin; Smith, Tim (University of Oregon, 2018)
    This report describes a new vision for the city of Tigard; one that can realize the city’s goals in the downtown area and could conceivably chart a new path for growth centered around the possibility of light rail transit. ...
  • Walter, Danielle (2013-06)
    A number of urban designers, acting on their own initiative, use creative tactics to challenge the way community members and policymakers think about the social implications of the built urban environment. This research ...

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