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    • Beaver Creek watershed analysis 

      Waldport Ranger District (Or.) (2001-10)
      As required by the Northwest Forest Plan, the analysis discusses the ecological processes at work in the watershed, and focuses on older forests and coho salmon. Includes issues, findings, recommendations, and organizations ...
    • Commercial special forest product program environmental assessment 

      Siuslaw National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2007-05-18)
      Proposes to allow commercial special forest product collection, regulate collection, and provide for sustainability of these products while protecting the environment. Action would determine which products may be gathered, ...
    • Diamond Peak thin decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      Hebo Ranger District (Agency : U.S.) (2006-11-13)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 2 of the project EA (with the exception of Unit 8), to thin commercially 347 acres of young managed conifer stands in the vicinity of Deadwood Mountain and Pea Ridge, to realign ...
    • Diamond Peak thin environmental assessment 

      Hebo Ranger District (Agency : U.S.) (2006-04)
      Proposes to improve watershed and habitat for aquatic and terrestrial species by thinning commercially 347 acres of young managed conifer stands in the vicinity of Deadwood Mountain and Pea Ridge, and to realign and ...
    • Drift Creek (Alsea River) restoration project decision memo 

      South Zone Ranger District (Or.) (2005)
      Announces decision to restore terrestrial and aquatic habitat in the Lower Drift Creek area by: restoring tidal flows by breaching levees and recreating stream channels; reducing the effects of past land reclamation projects ...
    • Drift Creek knotwood eradication project environmental assessment 

      South Zone Ranger District (Or.) (2005-09)
      Proposes to eradicate giant knotweed (polygonum sachalinense), an invasive plant and noxious weed, by injecting the herbicide glyphosphate into individual plant stems.
    • Drift Creek knotwood eradication project environmental assessment 

      South Zone Ranger District (Or.) (2005-09)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 3 of the project EA, eradicating the colonies of giant knotweed by injecting stems of individual plants with glyphosate.
    • Drift Key Watershed roads project decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      Hebo Ranger District (Agency : U.S.) (2005-09-14)
      Announces decision to implement Article 2 of the project EA, decommissioning about 6 miles of non-key Forest roads and constructing a parking area for about 3 vehicles near the north entrance of the Drift Key Bridge, as ...
    • Drift Key Watershed roads project environmental assessment 

      Hebo Ranger District (Agency : U.S.) (2005)
      Proposes to decommission about 6 miles of non-key Forest roads and construct a small parking area for about three vehicles near the north entrance of the Drift Creek Bridge, as current budget allocations do not provide ...
    • Enchanted Valley stream restoration and meadow management project decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      Mapleton Ranger District (Or.) (2007-05-21)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative E (no grazing) of the project EA, using stream restoration techniques to improve coho salmon habitat by removing dikes, adding large woody debris structures to the stream channel, ...
    • Five Rivers landscape management project final environmental impact statement 

      Waldport Ranger District (Or.) (2002-04-11)
      Proposes to restore terrestrial and aquatic habitats in the Five Rivers watershed, including designating 12 management study areas as part of a learning design; commercial thinning older plantations; reopening some temporary ...
    • Five Rivers landscape management project record of decision 

      South Zone Ranger District (Or.) (2003-05)
      Announces decision to implement all the terrestrial and aquatic restoration actions described under Alternative 1 of the project FEIS that are connected with commercial thinning and associated actions.
    • Gauldy project decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      Hebo Ranger District (Agency : U.S.) (2004-02-10)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 3 (private land access) of the project EA, commercially thinning 854 acres in 30 to 45 year-old managed conifer stands, thinning 100 acres in riparian areas occupied by young, ...
    • Gauldy project environmental assessment 

      Hebo Ranger District (Agency : U.S.) (2004-02)
      Proposes to improve watershed conditions and habitat for aquatic and terrestrial species by commercially thinning 854 acres in 30 to 45 year-old managed conifer stands, thinning 100 acres in riparian areas occupied by ...
    • Griz thin decision memo 

      Siuslaw National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-09-19)
      Announces decision to enhance the development of late successional habitat and improve habitat diversity by: 1. Commercially thinning about 66 acres of stand 507089; 2. Creating stand diversity by applying a mixture of ...
    • Indian Creek aquatic restoration project decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      South Zone Ranger District (Or.) (2005-06)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 2 of project EA, enhancing the watershed function and recovery of cold-water species such as coho salmon by placing up to 410 large conifer trees up to 36 inches in diameter at ...
    • Indian Creek aquatic restoration project environmental assessment 

      South Zone Ranger District (Or.) (2005)
      Proposes to enhance the watershed function and recovery of cold-water species such as coho salmon by placing up to 410 large conifer trees up to 36 inches in diameter at breast height in streams throughout six sub-watersheds ...
    • Indian Creek aquatic restoration project environmental assessment -- preliminary analysis 

      South Zone Ranger District (Or.) (2005)
      Proposes to enhance the watershed function and recovery of cold-water species such as coho salmon by placing up to 410 large conifer trees up to 36 inches in diameter at breast height in streams throughout six sub-watersheds ...
    • Karnowsky Creek stream restoration project environmental assessment 

      South Zone Ranger District (Or.) (2002)
      Proposes to restore natural hydrology, sediment regime and wetland conditions by reconstructing the historical meandering channel, adding large wood, decommissioning an adjacent road, and planting riparian trees and shrubs.
    • Little Nestucca restoration project decision notice 

      Hebo Ranger District (Agency : U.S.) (2007-05)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 2 of the project EA, to thin commercially 2,638 acres of 30 to 63 year-old young managed conifer stands, as well as approximately 210 acres of 90 to 95 year-old off-site Douglas ...