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    • 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.
    • Kelsey non-motorized trail decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2003-02)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 3 of project EA, developing and designating approximately 9 miles of non-motorized trail from the northern boundary of Sunriver to Benham Falls Day Use Area to Lava Lands Visitor Center.
    • Kelsey non-motorized trail environmental assessment 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2003-02)
      Proposes to develop and designate approximately 9 miles of non-motorized trail from the northern boundary of Sunriver to Benham Falls Day Use Area to Lava Lands Visitor Center.
    • Kelsey vegetation management decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2004-09-29)
      Announces decision to implement Alternate 3 modified of the project EA, to provide reduced fire risk, create a more stable forest ecosystem, protect and enhance wildlife habitat, and maintain or enhance scenic views in ...
    • Kelsey vegetation management environmental assessment 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2004-05)
      Proposes to provide reduced fire risk, create a more stable forest ecosystem, protect and enhance wildlife habitat, and maintain or enhance scenic views in the treatment area. Includes mechanically treating brush and/or ...
    • Kelsey vegetation management final environmental assessment 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2004-09)
      Proposes to provide reduced fire risk, create a more stable forest ecosystem, protect and enhance wildlife habitat, and maintain or enhance scenic views of treatment area. Includes mechanically treating brush and/or prescibe ...
    • Kelsey vegetation management project draft environmental impact statement 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2006-03)
      Describes effects of implementing three alternatives relating to hazardous fuels and tree stand density on 42,655 acres. Includes prescribed burning, mechanical shrub treatment, intermediate and regeneration cutting of ...
    • Kincaide's lupine habitat restoration project decision memo 

      Umpqua National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-09)
      The proposed action is to reduce conifer encroachment by commercial thinning on approximately 3 acres. No trees over 20" DBH will be cut. Trees up to 20 inches in diameter would be removed to create an opening dominated ...
    • Knox hazardous fuels/Forest health project environmental assessment 

      Malheur National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-09)
      The project would involve approximately 7,230 acres of forest management treatments and integrated design elements. Proposed treatment and harvest operations would include: harvest activities (commercial thinning, ...
    • Lakeside hazardous fuels reduction project preliminary decision memo 

      Crescent Ranger District (Or.) (2007)
      Announces decision to categorically exclude and proceed with project reducing hazardous fuel loadings and ladder fuels in the Crescent and Upper Deschutes Watershed. Includes small diameter thinning (3 inches or less), ...
    • Lava Cast project environmental assessment 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2006-11)
      Proposes commercial thinning and fuels treatment to reduce bark beetle susceptibility and fuels on 9512 acres. Includes moving stands towards late old-growth structure without being susceptible to beetle infestations on ...
    • Lava Cast project environmental assessment 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2006-11)
      Proposes commercial thinning and fuels treatment to reduce bark beetle susceptibility and fuels on 9512 acres. Includes moving stands toward late old-growth structure without being susceptible to beetle infestation on ...
    • 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 ...
    • Little Nestucca thin environmental assessment 

      Hebo Ranger District (Agency : U.S.) (2007-01)
      Proposes 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 fir stands. Also includes decommissioning 7 miles of ...
    • Lobster landscape management project decision notice 

      Central Coast Ranger District (Or.) (2006-09)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 2, to speed the development of late-successional habitat in late-successional and riparian reserves; maintain and create grass, forb, and shrub, and shrub habitats; improve ...
    • Lobster landscape management project environmental assessment 

      Central Coast Ranger District (Or.) (2006-09)
      Proposes a package of associated terrestrial and watershed restoration actions, including commercially thinning about 3,003 acres to speed the development of late-successional habitat in plantations now 20 to 58 years-old, ...
    • Long Prairie mistletoe reduction decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2005-09-09)
      Proposes to fall and remove live overstory trees excess to cavity nester habitat needs that are greater than or equal to 4 inches dbh and less than 21 inches dbh. Includes those with and without dwarf mistletoe, retaining ...
    • Long Prairie mistletoe reduction environmental assessment 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2005-09)
      Proposes to fall and remove live overstory trees excess to cavity nester habitat needs that are greater than equal to 4 inches dbh and less than 21 inches dbh. Includes those with and without dwarf mistletoe, retaining ...
    • Loon fuels reduction project environmental assessment 

      Walla Walla Ranger District (Wash.) (2007-02-19)
      Proposes to use fuel treatments in the Upper Grande Ronde Watersheds to reduce surface and aerial fuels on approximately 2,870 acres using various treatments including timber harvest and prescribed fire. Includes harvesting ...
    • Lower Crooked fuels reduction project decision memo 

      Lookout Mountain Ranger District (Or.) (2004-04-06)
      Announces decision to implement the use of prescribed fire on approximately 3900 acres and noncommercial mechanical thinning treatments on about 990 acres within the Lower Crooked River Watershed.