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    • Santiam Pass summer motorized recreation project environmental assessment 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2007-12)
      Proposes to develop and implement formal management of OHV use within the Santiam Wagon Road and Sand Mountain Special Interest Areas, the Big Lake Campground Complex, and the Hoodoo Ski Area. Includes designating a system ...
    • Shadow salvage project decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2003-06)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative B of the project EA, because it satisfies the primary purpose and need to salvage commercially windthrown trees and portions of felled hazard trees in a timely manner while they ...
    • Shadow salvage timber sale environmental assessment 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2003-05)
      Proposes salvaging about 70 thousand board feet (MBF) of windthrown trees (about 15 log truck loads), felling about 31 hazard trees along the six-mile haul route as part of a timber sale contract intended to mitigate impacts ...
    • Shore 'Nuf timber sale final environmental impact statement 

      Detroit Ranger District (Or.) (2002-07)
      Proposes to thin approximately 1136 acres of second growth Douglas fir stands to reduce stocking levels, thin selected portions of riparian reserves, reconstruct roads, and build temporary roads in order to enhance the ...
    • Shore 'Nuf timber sale record of decision and summary 

      Detroit Ranger District (Or.) (2002-07)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 3 of project EA, which modifies the action to include operating restrictions for helicopter, timber harvest, and truck hauling to reduce the effects of noise on recreation visitors ...
    • South Fork McKenzie River enhancement project decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2007-01-11)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative A of the project EA, supplementing existing in-stream large woody material for aquatic habitat enhancement within an 8.5 mile reach of the South Fork McKenzie River and lower ...
    • South Fork McKenzie River enhancement project environmental assessment 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2006-11)
      Responds to South Fork McKenzie Watershed Analysis findings of loss of early life habitat for bull trout and spring Chinook salmon by proposing to supplement existing in-stream large woody material for aquatic habitat ...
    • Spot salvage timber sale project environmental assessment 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2001-06)
      Proposes to fall 205 hazardous trees on 22 acres adjacent to state and federal highways, and include 171 trees in a salvage timber sale that would yield an estimated 100 thousand board feet. The remaining 34 trees, including ...
    • Straw Devil final supplemental environmental assessment 

      Middle Fork Ranger District (Or.) (2004-04-16)
      Supplement, pursuant to an opinion and order from a 2003 lawsuit, discusses the application of management recommendations for survey and manage species found in the Straw Devil and East Devil timber sales area, located in ...
    • Sugar Pine environmental assessment 

      Detroit Ranger District (Or.) (2002-12)
      Proposes to treat eight forest stands totaling an estimated 187 acres within the East Humbug Creek drainage by removing most trees below 11 inches in diameter by either commercial thinning or understory removal or a ...
    • Three Pools Day Use Site Rehabilitation Project Decision Notice and Finding of No Significant Impact 

      Detroit Ranger District (Or.) (2007-05-02)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 2, constructing 100 parking places, a scenic overlook, new toilet, picnic tables, wooden rails and barriers, and information and educational signage.
    • Three Pools Day Use Site Rehabilitation Project Environmental Assessment 

      Detroit Ranger District (Or.) (2007-03)
      Proposes to promote a safer, family-friendly atmosphere by providing a basic physical infrastructure, reconstructing road and parking areas, limiting capacity and fixing location, delineating and improving trails and ...
    • Trailbridge blowdown salvage project decision memo 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2007)
      Announces decision to implement project removing approximately 185 wind-thrown and root sprung trees from 17 acres located along the McKenzie River near a section of the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail above the ...
    • Trapper project decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2003-05)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative B from project EA, using timber harvesting techniques, prescribed fire, and snag creation methods to approximate stand structures resulting from historic high security, ...
    • Trapper project environmental assessment 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2003-03)
      Proposes to implement portion of recommendations found in the Blue River Landscape Strategy, a recommended landscape management and watershed restoration plan, an administrative study designed to measure effects on the ...
    • Traverse Creek thin project environmental assessment 

      Willamette National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-09)
      Proposes to thin area of over 2,900 acres of dense, even-aged, uniform, single-story, 35- to 60-year old plantations. This alternative is expected to yield approximately 40 million board feet of timber sawlogs to meet the ...
    • Two Bee landscape management project decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2006-12-07)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative B of the project EA, harvesting timber on 825 acres, yielding approximately 10.8 million board feet (MMBF). Includes moderate partial cutting on 591 acres, moderate partial cutting ...
    • Two Bee landscape management project environmental assessment 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2006-10)
      Proposes to harvest timber on 825 acres, yielding approximately 10.8 million board feet (MMBF). Includes moderate partial cutting on 591 acres, moderate partial cutting with multi-story objectives on 121 acres, commercial ...
    • Upper Arm day-use development and site enhancement decision notice / finding of no significant impact 

      Detroit Ranger District (Or.) (2002-10-29)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 4 eliminating the built-in mooring docks and the conceptual design changes in Alternative 5, converting and reconstructing the Upper Arm Recreation Site to a formal day-use site ...
    • Upper Arm day-use development and site enhancement environmental assessment 

      Detroit Ranger District (Or.) (2002-06)
      Proposes to convert and reconstruct the Upper Arm Recreation Site to a formal day-use site with picnic, swimming, fishing, hiking, boat-in and interpretive facilities, while eliminating the five existing campsites. ...