Opine vegetation management environmental analysis 2007 environmental assessment

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Title: Opine vegetation management environmental analysis 2007 environmental assessment
Author: Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.)
Abstract: The Deschutes National Forest, Forest Supervisor, Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District Ranger, and the Interdisciplinary Team members for the Opine Planning Area have determined the need for reductions in natural fuels, including reductions in shrub and forest stand densities as well as for providing commercially viable wood fiber to support local mills and the local economy. A variety of vegetation (commercial and non-commercial thinning) and fuels reduction treatments on 26,638 acres are proposed, including approximately 6468 acres of thinning and regeneration harvest treatments in ponderosa and lodgepole pine stands. Within the stands will be 5312 acres of fuels reduction treatments, and an additional 20,170 acres of treatments in xeric shrublands and forest stands are proposed outside of the commercial and non-commercial treatments.
Description: 253 pp. Tables, maps, illus. T20S, R13E, Sections 12, 13, and 24; T20S, R14E, Sections 6-8, 16- 22, 25-29, and 31-36; T20S, R15E, Sections 19-34; T21S, R14E, Sections 1-16; T21S, R15E, Sections 3- 9, 13-29, and 32-36; T21S, R16E, Sections 16, 17, 19-21, 27-30, and 31-34; and T22S, R16E, Sections 3- 6, 8-10, 16, 17, 20-22, and 26-28. Captured May 17, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/6897
Date: 2007-02

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