Coos Bay FY 2009 tailhold and guyline requests categorical exclusion review

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Title: Coos Bay FY 2009 tailhold and guyline requests categorical exclusion review
Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. Coos Bay District
Abstract: Announces no further analysis is required on project. Use of tailhold and guyline trees to facilitate logging operations is a common occurrence throughout this region. The topography and terrain dictate the location where the use of these trees is most beneficial. The checkerboard ownership pattern often necessitates that an adjacent landowner must utilize trees on neighboring BLM lands. Use of tailholds on BLM will allow the operator to achieve better log suspension thereby reducing impacts to soil and watershed resources in the harvest area. Guyline trees are required for the safe operation of the yarding equipment. This CX pertains to requests from adjacent landowners that are not currently authorized through Reciprocal Right-of-Way Agreements.
Description: 3 pp. Various locations throughout the Coos Bay District. Captured January 14, 2009.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/8326
Date: 2008-10-10


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