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    • Bear Buck and Off Little River FY 2000 commercial thinnings decision document 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2001-05-07)
      Announces decision involving the commercial thinning of second growth forest in the Upper Coast Fork of the Williamette River,Elk Creek and Little River Watersheds. Harvest activities will occur on 180 acres (144 acres for ...
    • Swiftwater commercial thinnings FY 2000 finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2001-05-07)
      Determines no environmental impact statement is needed for project harvesting young growth timber in the Upper Coast Fork of the Willamette River, Elk Creek and Little River Watersheds.
    • FY 2001 commercial thinning (Timothy Ridge and Bonanza environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2001-05-12)
      Proposes to do a commercial thinning harvest on approximately 226 acres of second growth forest in the Calapooya Watershed. Includes .6 million board feet from the Timothy Ridge commercial thinning and approximately 1.6 ...
    • South River commercial thinning 2000 finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2001-07-18)
      Determines no environmental impact statement is needed for project in areas proposed for commercial thinning and density management consist of approximately 272 acres allocated as General Forest Management Area (GFMA) and ...
    • South River commercial thinning 2000 environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2001-07-18)
      This alternative proposes commercial thinning and density management of 18 units, composed of 272 acres of GFMA and 79 acres of Riparian Reserves. All of the proposed Riparian Reserve treatments would be located in Section ...
    • East Fork Stouts Creek culvert replacement decision documentation 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2002-06-21)
      Announces decision to authorize the replacement of a large stream-crossing culvert on the E. Fork Stouts Creek, located on BLM Road No. 31-3-10.1, immediately upstream of the junction with Road No. 31-3-3.2. Field Office ...
    • Hayhurst thinning timber sale decision document 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2002-07-09)
      Announces decision to authorize the Proposed Action Alternative of the project EA, involving the commercial thinning and density management harvest of young growth timber in the Elk Creek Watershed.
    • FY 2002 commercial thinning harvest (East) East Fork and Relativity timber sales environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2002-11-04)
      Proposes to do a commercial thinning harvest on approximately 321 acres on eight units of second growth forest located in the Rock Creek Watershed. Includes skyline cable and helicopter logging, and road construction and ...
    • Middle Fork Coquille commercial thinning 2001 finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2002-11-15)
      Determines no environmental impact statement is needed for project initiating commercial thinning or density management treatments to dense and even-aged stands, dominated by Douglas-fir.
    • Swiftwater recreation sites programmatic actions environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-02-27)
      Proposes a programmatic approach to analyze catastrophic repair of damaged recreation sites, scheduled maintenance, as well as upgrades or improvements to current recreation sites and trails. Potential projects would occur ...
    • Swiftwater recreation sites programmatic actions finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-03-04)
      Determines no environmental impact statement is needed for project initiating catastrophic repair of damaged recreation sites, scheduled maintenance, as well as upgrades or improvements to current recreation sites and trails.
    • Swiftwater recreation sites programmatic actions decision record 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-03-04)
      Announces decision to authorize the implementation of the Proposed Action Alternative. The proposed action involves catastrophic repair of damaged recreation sites, scheduled maintenance, as well as upgrades or improvements ...
    • District outplanting site thinnings environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-05-13)
      Proposes thinning approximately half of the surviving trees from numerous sites ranging from 10-14 acres in a systematic fashion. Includes marking entire alternate diagonals for cutting, along with naturally seeded trees ...
    • FY 2003 commercial thinning harvest environmental assessment for the Swiftwater Field Office 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-05-22)
      Proposes to do a commercial thinning harvest on 1170 acres on 17 units, with cable, helicopter, and ground-based logging of second growth forest located in the Calapooya, Lower North Umpqua, and Elk Creek Watersheds. ...
    • Upper Umpqua Watershed plan environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-06-17)
      Proposes action to develop more quickly late-successional habitat characteristics used by northern spotted owls and marbled murrelets, to reduce erosion and landslide risks, improve aquatic habitat, and to provide a ...
    • South River commercial thinning 2002 finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-07-16)
      Determines no environmental impact statement is needed for project of commercial thinning or density management treatments that would be applied to dense and even-aged stands dominated by Douglas-fir. The objective would ...
    • South River commercial thinning 2002 environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-07-16)
      Commercial thinning or density management treatments would be applied to dense and even-aged stands dominated by Douglas-fir. The objective would be reduction of relative stand densities. GFMA stands would be thinned from ...
    • Cow Catcher timber sale finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-08-21)
      Determines no environmental impact statement is needed for project preparing and offering for harvest an estimated 3.7 million board feet of timber on 155 acres roughly split between the General Forest Management Area and ...
    • Cow Catcher timber sale decision documentation 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-08-25)
      Announces decision offering the sale, which will contribute 4,678 MBF of timber, equivalent to 7,482 CCF, toward the annual allowable sale quantity (ASQ) for the Roseburg District.
    • Copeland Divide commercial thinning timber sale decision document 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2003-08-25)
      Announces decision to authorize the implementation of the Proposed Action Alternative as outlined in the EA. The proposed action involves the commercial thinning and density management harvest of second growth timber in ...