Teeter Creek aquatic and riparian habitat restoration environmental assessment and finding of no significant impact

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Title: Teeter Creek aquatic and riparian habitat restoration environmental assessment and finding of no significant impact
Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. Eugene District
Abstract: Proposes to restore and enhance the spatial and temporal connectivity and the physical integrity of the aquatic ecosystem by eliminating human-caused barriers and enhancing habitat complexity within the Teeter Creek Drainage. The Weyerhaeuser Corporation and the Upper Willamette Resource Area, Eugene District would conduct aquatic and riparian habitat restoration and road decommissioning, including closure of four miles of road, removal of approximately 22 road-stream crossings and relief culverts, restoration of 17 stream channels, placement of large wood and boulder structures in the creek, re-establishment of native riparian vegetation, and the creation of 8 small ponds.
Description: 13 pp. Maps, illus. The location of the project area is T. 20 and 21 S., R. 1 and 2 W., W.M. Captured July 13, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/7372
Date: 2006-03-22


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