Saddle Up to Paradise commercial thinning and density management August 21, 2007 finding of no significant impacts

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Title: Saddle Up to Paradise commercial thinning and density management August 21, 2007 finding of no significant impacts
Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office
Abstract: Determines no environmental impact statement is needed for project occurring on two units (approximately 200 acres) of 33 to 64 year-old second-growth forest located in the Elk Creek/Upper Umpqua Fifth-Field Watershed. Within these 200 acres, approximately 10 acres will be removed for the development of spur roads. This project is within the General Forest Management Area (89 acres), Riparian Reserve (20 acres), and unmapped Late-Successional Reserve (LSR)(81 acres) Land Use Allocations and approximately 3.184 million board feet of timber will be available to support local and regional manufacturers and economies. In addition, approximately 0.2 acres will be removed for the development of spur roads on private, industrial forest lands.
Description: 5 pp. Section 27; T21S, R07W. Captured January 28, 2008.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/7996
Date: 2007-08-21


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