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    • Botkin Road and Klickitat Tie Road fish log salvage categorical exclusion review 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2009-02-10)
      Excludes from further environmental analysis projects removing approximately 50 pieces of fallen timber across or adjacent to the existing road network. Maps 1 and 2 indicate known sites where logs are available for removal. ...
    • Donald Z. Kessi North Fork amendment to right-of-way agreement S-23 environmental assessment, finding of no significant impact, and decision record 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-10-17)
      Proposes and approves permit to provide legal access to intermingled BLM-managed lands and Donald Z. Kessi (Kessi) owned lands for the purposes of forest management and the removal of timber and other forest products. ...
    • East Fork Nehalem project decision record 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-12)
      Announces decision to implement a multi-year fish and wildlife habitat enhancement project within the East Fork Nehalem watershed. The project includes fish habitat enhancement on a total of approximately 7.8 miles of ...
    • East Fork Nehalem project environmental assessment and finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-07)
      Proposes to implement a multi-year fish and wildlife habitat enhancement project within the East Fork Nehalem watershed. The project includes fish habitat enhancement on a total of approximately 7.8 miles of stream, wildlife ...
    • East Fork Nehalem project finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-07-31)
      Finds NEPA documentation fully covers plan to implement a multi-year fish and wildlife habitat enhancement project within the East Fork Nehalem watershed. The project includes fish habitat enhancement on a total of ...
    • Evan's Slide stabilization decision record 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-06)
      Announces decision to initiate project: 1/ placing large wood, trees with root wads attached and other organic materials into the tributary channel; 2/ stabilizing soils in the headwaters of the tributary channel and on ...
    • House Mountain thinning timber sale decision record 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-07-29)
      Announces decision to implement timber sale, including harvesting on 523 acres, thinning 521 acres (mostly through ground-based yarding), fuel treatments on 80 acres, and renovation, maintenance and construction of roads.
    • Moon Creek projects decision record 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-12)
      Announces approval of projects, including: 1) density management thinning on approximately 420 acres of 30-55 year old, relatively dense Douglas-fir and western hemlock stands, construct and then fully decommission ...
    • Moon Creek projects environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-11)
      The Bureau of Land Management proposes to conduct two different project types in the Late Successional Reserve portion of the Northern Coast Range Adaptive Management Area and the Riparian Reserve land use allocations. The ...
    • Moon Creek projects finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-12-17)
      Finds NEPA documentation fully covers plan to to conduct two different project types in the Late Successional Reserve portion of the Northern Coast Range Adaptive Management Area and the Riparian Reserve land use allocations. ...
    • Pisgah progeny salvage categorical exclusion review 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-09-16)
      Excludes from further environmental scrutiny proposed action salvaging approximately 5.5 acres of approximately 80-year-old timber that was blown down during winter storms in 2006 and 2007. The project area is in T.4N, ...
    • Pisgah progeny salvage decision record 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-09-16)
      Announces decision to implement the project, authorizing salvage harvest of approximately 30 dead and down trees on approximately 5.5 acres of land. Harvest operations will be conducted with ground-based equipment from ...
    • Plum Creek Timberland amendment to right-of-way S-347 Valsetz area categorical exclusion review 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2009-02-12)
      Excludes from further environmental analysis amendment to right-of-way. The existing BLM managed land over which the requested access occupies has not been included in RWA S-347 and their addition is therefore discretionary. ...
    • Sandy River Basin integrated management plan environmental assessment and finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-08)
      EA analyzes three alternatives outlining integrated management scenarios, and the no action alternative which describes current management actions. Predominant actions include developing recreation opportunities (e.g. ...
    • South Fork Alsea access road hazard tree removal/Alsea Falls Park enhancement environmental assessment and finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-12-30)
      This environmental assessment (EA) discloses the predicted environmental effects of two projects on federal land located within the Upper Alsea River and Marys River Watersheds. Project 1 (Roadside Hazard Tree Removal/Roadside ...
    • Upper and Lower Alsea River Watershed fish passage restoration environmental assessment and finding of no significant impact 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District (2008-11-19)
      Upper and Lower Alsea River Watershed Fish Passage Restoration is a proposal to restore fish passage to approximately three miles of anadromous and resident fish habitat. The project would replace six stream crossing ...