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  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2006)
    Proposes a commercial thinning project in plantations. The project is located in the western portion of the Clackamas River Ranger District, Mt. Hood National Forest, Oregon. The trees in the plantations are 40 to 60 ...
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2007)
    The project would reconnect a side channel of the Clackamas River (near mile post 35) using a back hoe to create a small channel connected to the river at both ends. Logs would be installed to add structure and pools. ...
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2007-06-18)
    Announces decision approving project which reconnects a side channel of the Clackamas River (near mile post 35) using a back hoe to create a small channel connected to the river at both ends. Logs will be installed to ...
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008)
    Proposes a commercial thinning project in plantations ranging in age from 42 to 56 years old. The proposed action is to thin and harvest wood fiber from approximately 1094 acres of matrix land, late-successional reserves ...
  • United States. Forest Service. Pacific Northwest Region (2008)
    Analyzes the environmental effects for decommissioning approximately 84 miles of road across the Forest. Road decommissioning activities are proposed to improve hydrologic function and aquatic habitat in several high ...
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-03)
    Announces decision proposing to precommercially thin approximately 5,774 acres of young, overstocked plantations. Approximately 1,028 acres are within riparian reserves. Within the riparian reserves, cut trees would be ...
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-03)
    Approves project by the Mt. Hood National Forest (Forest) and Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area in Oregon (Scenic Area) initiating invasive plant treatments on 208 sites (approximately 13,000 acres). The purpose ...
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-04)
    The fuels reduction treatment would include removing smaller diameter trees and reducing the overlap of overstory trees to 45 percent canopy cover; reducing ladder fuels to lower the probability of torching and crowning; ...
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-06-12)
    Approves action to temporarily store logs at a log deck in Nottingham Campground, and then transport them via helicopter to Robinhood Creek. The area of the proposed project is an open forest, predominantly lodgepole pine ...
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-07-08)
    Announces decision approving repair of pipeline, drain, stabilizing and replacing vaults at Laurance Lake.
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-08-21)
    Announces decision initiating a commercial thinning project in plantations ranging in age from 42 to 56 years old. The proposed action is to thin and harvest wood fiber from approximately 1094 acres of matrix land, ...
  • Willamette National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-11)
    Proposes to authorize the following in a 20-year Special Use Permit: On the ONF-CRNG, MHNF, and WNF, a ROW that authorizes 1) continued operation and maintenance of the transmission line facilities; 2) routine vegetation ...
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-12)
    Proposed Action proposes to treat approximately 2,800 acres. The purpose of the treatments is to improve forest health conditions (removing root rot pockets, removing diseased trees) and reduce hazardous fuels (removal ...
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-12)
    Analyzes the environmental effects for decommissioning approximately 84 miles of road across the Forest. Road decommissioning activities are proposed to improve hydrologic function and aquatic habitat in several high ...
  • Mt. Hood National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-12-19)
    Proposed Action proposes to treat approximately 2,800 acres. The purpose of the treatments is to improve forest health conditions (removing root rot pockets, removing diseased trees) and reduce hazardous fuels (removal ...

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