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    • Bitter Cherry timber sale decision documentation 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Coos Bay District (2008-06-25)
      Announces decision to implement project thinning approximately 1985 acres of conifer and converting some 264 acres of red alder to conifer in 35-65 year old stands within the Middle Creek subwatershed. Also includes new ...
    • Broken Wagon DMT timber sale decision documentation 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Coos Bay District (2007-03-22)
      Announces decision implementing density management thinning harvests on 178 acres of conifer-dominated EA units and 126 acres of hardwood conversion, including removal of all red alder and thinning of existing conifers, ...
    • Brummed Out DMT timber sale decision documentation 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Coos Bay District (2008-07-21)
      Announces decision implementing density management thinning harvests on 302 acres of conifer-dominated EA units and 62 acres of hardwood conversion, including removal of all red alder and thinning of existing conifers, on ...
    • Edson thin CT timber sale decision documentation 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Coos Bay District (2008-08-20)
      Announces decision to implement project managing tree densities on about 490 acres and constructing 3.3 miles of new road, renovating or improving 22 miles of road, decommissioning 10.6 miles of road, and creating snags ...
    • Lost Harry CT timber sale decision documentation 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Coos Bay District (2007-04-13)
      Announces decision implementing thinning approximately 2,230 acres of young conifer stands in the Matrix and Riparian Reserve land use allocations, restoring approximately 73 acres of alder-dominated stands to mixed ...
    • Purdy Creek DM timber sale decision documentation 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Coos Bay District (2008-05-28)
      Announces decision to thin approximately 8796 acres of conifer forest and to convert about 167 acres of red alder to conifer in 31-80 year old stands within the Umpqua River-Sawyer Rapids Fifth Field Watershed.