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    • 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 ...
    • 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, ...
    • Siuslaw thinning and underplanting for diversity -- Phase II decision notice 

      Hebo Ranger District (Agency : U.S.); Central Coast Ranger District (Or.) (2007-05-18)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative 2 of project EA, commercially thinning about 51 acres in three plantations, implementing routine road maintenance, creating four snags per acre by topping or girdling, and creating ...
    • Siuslaw thinning and underplanting for diversity study -- Phase II environmental assessment 

      Hebo Ranger District (Agency : U.S.); Central Coast Ranger District (Or.) (2007-05)
      Proposes to continue long-term objectives of learning about effects to overstory trees from overstory density treatments, learning how overstory treatments affect understory trees, and learning how treatments affect ...
    • West Alsea landscape management plan environmental assessment 

      Central Coast Ranger District (Or.) (2008-02)
      Proposes a package of associated terrestrial and watershed restoration actions, including commercially thinning and creating dead wood and openings in plantations 20 to 58 years-old, non-commercially thinning plantations ...