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    • Two Rivers resource management plan record of decision and rangeland program summary 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Prineville District (1986-06)
      Announces decision adopting Two Rivers RMP/EIS of September 1985, emphasizing production on a sustained yield basis, and use of renewable resources on the majority of public lands in the Two Rivers Planning Area. It also ...
    • Baker resource management plan record of decision and rangeland program summary 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Vale District (1989-07)
      Announces decision approving plan. The selected Resource Management Plan is derived essentially from the Preferred Alternative, but includes desirable components of the other alternatives set forth in the draft RMP/EIS. ...
    • Proposed Three Rivers resource management plan: final environmental impact statement 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (1991-09)
      Management plan identifies issues such as management of livestock grazing, adjustment of land tenure, meeting wildfire forage demands and improving habitat condition, fire management and special management areas. FEIS ...
    • North Umpqua Wild and Scenic River environmental assessment 

      United States. Forest Service. Pacific Northwest Region; Oregon. State Parks and Recreation Dept.; United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (1992-07)
      Proposes five alternate management strategies. Alternative A emphasizes natural enhancement of the Outstandingly Remarkable Values (fishery, water quality and quantity, recreation, scenery and cultural resources), while ...
    • Three Rivers resource management plan, record of decision, and rangeland program summary 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (1992-09)
      Implementation of the Plan would result in improvement of water quality on 98 miles of stream; decadal timber harvest would be approximately 5.4 million board feet from 7,722 acres of commercial forest land: forage ...
    • North Fork Crooked River management plan, decision record and finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Prineville District; Paulina Ranger District (Or.) (1993-04)
      Plan establishes a comprehensive river management approach to the free-flowing natural character of the North Fork, following its addition to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System as part of the Oregon Omnibus Wild ...
    • Prineville District integrated weed management decision memo 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Prineville District (1994-06-16)
      EA proposes to continue and expand the District's noxious weed control and eradication efforts Using an ecosystem-based Integrated Weed Management program covering all public lands District-wide. Includes Cultural Practices ...
    • Sutton Mountain coordinated resource management plan environmental assessment and finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Prineville District (1995-03)
      Proposes long-range plan to provide a framework for future use and management of natural resources. Preferred alternative, "Emphasize Natural Values While Accommodating Commodity Production," proposes plans for road access, ...
    • Swiftwater 2004 instream restoration projects environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (1995-06-02)
      Proposes restoration of spawning and rearing habitat along a total of 2 1/2 miles of North Fork Big Tom Folley Creek, Big Tom Folley Creek, and Susan Creek for resident and anadromous salmonids, through the enhancement of ...
    • John Day resource management plan record of decision and rangeland program summary 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (1995-08)
      Announces decision approving plan. Four alternatives for managing the public lands in the John Day planning area were analyzed in the Resource Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement. The proposed Resource Management ...
    • Sutton Mountain coordinated research management plan decision record 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Prineville District (1996-03)
      Announces decision implementing preferred Alternative D, "Emphasize Natural Values While Accommodating Commodity Production," for a long-range plan to provide a framework for future use and management of natural resources. ...
    • Noxious weed management program: Burns District 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (1998)
      Proposes implementation of program with seven goals, with emphasis on prevention and detection, and education and awareness. Includes implementation of an annual weed prevention schedule, partnership with county state weed ...
    • Bear Marten Watershed environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Eugene District (1998-02)
      The Introduction chapter consists of a general description of the watershed and watershed analysis. The Characterization chapter summarizes the current conditions of important resources in the watershed such as soils, ...
    • Noxious weed management program decision record/finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (1998-04-16)
      Announces decision to implement program with seven goals, with emphasis on prevention and detection, and education and awareness. Includes implementation of an annual weed prevention schedule, partnership with county and ...
    • Happy Summit density management harvest environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (1998-05-15)
      Proposes to harvest approximately 6 million board feet of timber in the South River Watershed. The project is within the Late-Successional Reserve Land Use Allocation (LUA) and is in a Key Watershed. Includes road renovation, ...
    • Happy Summit density management harvest decision document 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (1998-05-15)
      The proposed action involves the Density Management harvest of 386 acres of second growth forest in the Smith River Analytical Watershed. Approximately 6200 MBF of timber would be harvested.
    • Johnson Creek commercial thinning environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (1998-07-13)
      Proposes to harvest approximately 3.5 million board feet of timber in the Smith River Watershed. Includes temporary road construction, road renovation and improvement, subsoiling of previously compacted skid trails and ...
    • Johnson Creek commercial thinning decision document 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (1998-07-13)
      Announces decision involving the commercial thinning harvest of second growth forest in Smith River Watershed. Harvest activities will occur on 303 acres and harvest approximately 2300 MBF of timber.
    • Diamondback regeneration harvest decision document 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (1998-08-17)
      Announces decision to authorize the implementation of the Proposed Action Alternative. The proposed action involves the regeneration harvest of mature and old-growth timber in the Elk Creek and Upper Umpqua Watersheds. ...
    • Foghorn Cleghorn commercial thinning environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (1998-08-17)
      Proposes to harvest 4.3 million board feet of timber on 8 units for approximately 387 acres of commercial thinning in the Middle Smith Watershed. Also includes road construction, road renovation and improvement, road ...