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    • Proposed Three Rivers resource management plan: final environmental impact statement 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (1991-09)
      Management plan identifies issues such as management of livestock grazing, adjustment of land tenure, meeting wildfire forage demands and improving habitat condition, fire management and special management areas. FEIS ...
    • Three Rivers resource management plan, record of decision, and rangeland program summary 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (1992-09)
      Implementation of the Plan would result in improvement of water quality on 98 miles of stream; decadal timber harvest would be approximately 5.4 million board feet from 7,722 acres of commercial forest land: forage ...
    • Noxious weed management program: Burns District 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (1998)
      Proposes implementation of program with seven goals, with emphasis on prevention and detection, and education and awareness. Includes implementation of an annual weed prevention schedule, partnership with county state weed ...
    • Noxious weed management program decision record/finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (1998-04-16)
      Announces decision to implement program with seven goals, with emphasis on prevention and detection, and education and awareness. Includes implementation of an annual weed prevention schedule, partnership with county and ...
    • Predator damage management to protect the federally threatened Pacific Coast population of the western snowy plover environmental assessment 

      U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Region 1; United States. Bureau of Land Management. Coos Bay District; Siuslaw National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2002-01)
      Proposes to protect the federally and state threatened snowy plover in Oregon from predation while measures to protect and restore habitat are ongoing. Includes expanding assessment efforts to all plover breeding and nesting ...
    • Rock Creek Ranch, Inc. (Gary Miller) land exchange environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2005-04-12)
      The BLM would acquire the fee simple estate of approximately 233.25 acres within the CMPA in exchange for the fee simple estate of up to approximately 1,411.17 acres of Federal land in Catlow Valley, both surface and ...
    • Steens Mountain cooperative management and protection area record of decision and resource management plan 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2005-08)
      Resource management plan provides an overview of goals, objectives, and needs associated with public land management, and resolves multiple-use conflicts or issues that drive the preparations of the plan. Identifies 17 ...
    • Andrews Management Unit record of decision and resource management plan 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2005-08)
      Resource management plan provides an overview of goals, objectives, and needs associated with public land management, and resolves multiple-use conflicts or issues that drive the preparation of the document. Identifies 17 ...
    • North Steens ecosystem restoration project draft environmental impact statement 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2005-12)
      Proposes to utilize a combination of prescribed burning and wildfire, western juniper treatments, fencing, seeding, planting, and other methods to reduce juniper-related fuel loading and restore a healthy and natural ...
    • Mountain allotment management plan finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2006)
      Announces decision excluding EIS from project dividing allotment into two use areas, grazed separately with two cattle herds, to facilitate better herd management and ranch operations, to assist in achieving a 50 percent ...
    • Pueblo-Lone Mountain biological crust exclosure environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2006-07)
      Proposes to construct a small 12m by 3m exclosure in Rincon WSA by wiring heavy gauge steel light gray "bull panels" to 5 1/2-foot steel green fenceposts. Materials would be hand carried from Foothills Road to the chosen ...
    • Green Peak timber sale decision documentation 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Coos Bay District (2006-08-22)
      Announces decision to implement regeneration harvest of approximately 189 acres, a commercial thinning of about 906 acres, construction of 1.9 miles of new road, renovation or improvement of 11.5 miles of road, and ...
    • Mountain allotment management plan environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2006-09-05)
      Proposes to divide allotment into two use areas, grazed separately with two cattle herds, to facilitate better herd management and ranch operations, to assist in achieving a 50 percent target level of utilization on key ...
    • Crow's Nest allotment management plan/agreement environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District; United States. Bureau of Land Management. Three Rivers Resource Area (2006-09-20)
      Proposes to extend the permitted season of grazing from April 1-October 15 to March 1-October 15, and to implement three resource objectives. Includes maintaining all seeded areas in stable to upward trend in condition ...
    • Black Rock salvage/restoration categorical exclusion review 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2006-09-25)
      Announces decision to implement project without further environmental analysis, removing 147 MBF of fire-killed trees and planting 20,000 ponderosa seedlings. Includes reducing fuel loading, salvaging merchantable timber, ...
    • Willow Creek road reroute environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2006-10-05)
      Proposes to grant request from private property owner seeking to replace a portion of road that accesses their property on the eastern slope of Steens Mountain. Includes relocating route by eliminating stream crossing on ...
    • Five Creeks Rangeland restoration project final decision record 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2006-10-16)
      Announces decision to implement ecological restoration project to manage encroaching juniper on both public and private lands by utilizing prescribed fire and mechanical treatments. Includes reintroducing fire to restore ...
    • Five Creeks Rangeland restoration project environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2006-10-16)
      Proposes to implement an ecological restoration project to manage encroaching juniper on both public and private lands by utilizing prescribed fire and mechanical treatments. Includes reintroducing fire to restore and/or ...
    • Five Creeks Rangeland restoration project finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Three Rivers Resource Area; United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2006-10-16)
      Announces decision to exclude EIS from project implementing an ecological restoration project to manage encroaching juniper on both public and private lands by utilizing prescribed fire and mechanical treatments. Includes ...
    • Pickett Rim bighorn sheep transplant environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District (2006-11)
      Proposes to release approximately 30 California bighorn sheep onto Pickett Rim, just west of Frenchglen, Oregon in December 2006. The sheep will be trapped out of the John Day River Basin and transported in horse trailers ...