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    • Middle Santiam thin decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      Sweet Home Ranger District (Or.) (2007-05-29)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 2 of the project EA, commercially thinning some 1550 acres of young, densely-stacked, managed stands in the Donaca and Headwaters Middle Santiam River subwatersheds to increase ...
    • Middle Santiam thin timber sale environmental assessment 

      Sweet Home Ranger District (Or.) (2007-03)
      Proposes to thin commercially some 1550 acres of young, densely-stacked, managed stands in the Donaca and Headquarters Middle Santiam River subwatersheds to increase growth and vigor of residual trees, accelerate development ...
    • Parks overstory removal decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      Sweet Home Ranger District (Or.) (2003-03-11)
      Announces decision to implement Article 3 of the project EA, harvesting 3.2 million board feet on 237 acres of existing shelterwood and prelogged overstory units in Matrix land allocation using ground-based logging methods. ...
    • Parks overstory removal environmental assessment 

      Sweet Home Ranger District (Or.) (2002-08-02)
      Proposes to offer one or more timber sales treating no more than 275 acres in the Parks Creek Subwatershed. Timber will be removed from the existing shelterwood and overstory management prescriptions with ground-based ...
    • South Pyramid decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      Sweet Home Ranger District (Or.) (2006-12-14)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 2 of the project EA, to thin about 189 acres of overstocked, mid-seral, natural stands experiencing stagnation and mortality, contributing approximately 8000-9000 CCF (hundred ...
    • South Pyramid timber sale environmental assessment 

      Sweet Home Ranger District (Or.) (2006-10)
      Proposes to thin about 189 acres of overstocked, mid-seral, metal stands experiencing stagnation and mortality, contributing approximately 8000-9000 CCF (hundred cubic feet) of wood fiber toward the District's timber target ...