Curtis timber sale project environmental assessment

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Title: Curtis timber sale project environmental assessment
Author: Umpqua National Forest (Agency : U.S.)
Abstract: Proposes commercial thinning of about 1,508 acres of managed plantations and fire-regenerated second-growth using ground-based or skyline logging systems in the Matrix land allocation generating approximately 12.5 million board feet of timber. Thinned acres will include about 825 acres of off-site ponderosa pine to remove non-localized conifers and to restore to native plant communities. Also includes treating activity created fuels on about 878 acres by underburning, grapple or excavator piling (with machines remaining on pre-designated skid trails), lopping and scattering, chipping, jackpot burning, or handpiling and burning, and constructing and reconstructing roads.
Description: 202 pp. Abstract, references. T29S, R1W and 1E; T30S, R1W and 1E. Captured March 18, 2009.
Date: 2008-06

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