House Creek, West Malheur and Wolf Mountain allotments final environmental assessment, decision notice and finding of no significant impact

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Title: House Creek, West Malheur and Wolf Mountain allotments final environmental assessment, decision notice and finding of no significant impact
Author: Emigrant Creek Ranger District (Or.)
Abstract: Environmental assessment proposes to continue authorization of grazing, and to maintain and improve desired resource conditions on key management sites, including all aspen stands; all unsatisfactory range conditions at identified sites; all Botrychium species (moonworts) and their habitat in Pierpont, Antelope, and Wolf Creek pastures; and riparian conditions in House Creek, Squaw Creek, Van Gulch, East Fork Wolf Creek, Middle Fork Wolf Creek, West Fork Wolf Creek, Bridge Creek, and Beaverdam Creek.
Description: 496 pp. Tables, glossary, references, appendices, maps, illus. "The project area is comprised of three livestock grazing allotments, located on the Malheur National Forest, Emigrant Creek Ranger District and is approximately 30 miles northeast of Burns, Oregon. The three allotments, House Creek, West Malheur and Wolf Mountain, encompass approximately 57,800 acres of National Forest Lands. The allotments are primarily contained in the Wolf Creek Watershed with a lesser amount in Bear Creek and Trout Creek Watersheds." Captured June 11, 2008.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/6651
Date: 2005-12-21


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