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Timbered Rock fire salvage and Elk Creek Watershed restoration

Timbered Rock fire salvage and Elk Creek Watershed restoration

draft environmental impact statement

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Medford District Office in Medford, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest fires -- Oregon,
  • Forest fires -- Environmental aspects -- Oregon,
  • Fire ecology -- Oregon,
  • Forest management -- Oregon

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesElk Creek Watershed restoration, Draft environmental impact statement, Timbered Rock fire salvage
    Statementprepared by United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Medford District Office, Butte Falls Resource Area
    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Land Management. Medford District
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17137714M
    LC Control Number2003628795

    The Rock Creek Watershed Project is one of * projects in Oklahoma that have been planned and implemented by local people with assistance from the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. 2, flood control dams have been constructed in 61 Oklahoma counties. Post-Wildfire Salvage Logging, Soil Erosion, and Sediment Delivery—Ponderosa Fire, Battle Creek Watershed, Northern California Preliminary Results Cajun James, Ph.D. Sierra Pacific Industries September Sierra Pacific Industries Post .

    The objectives of the proposed project – the Canyon Creek Complex Fire Salvage Project – are to recover the economic value of dead trees and to provide for societal needs for wood products, while allowing research to quantify the range of conditions necessary to maintain ecological integrity of post-fire habitats for woodpecker species. The Trail Creek Watershed Master Plan for Stream Restoration & Sediment Reduction Figure Typical cross-section and profi le views of converting tributary A4 to B4a stream types, illustrating step– pool bed features with a.) log step structures and b.) rock step structures. Figure

    The Red Clay Creek Watershed has eleven sites listed in the Site Investigation and Restoration Section database. There are seven state-fund lead sites, two sites in the Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP) and two Brownfield program sites. Each of the sites is sampled through the programs listed above for a consistent suite of environmental contaminants. Targeting Post-Wildfire Watershed Restoration at Source Water Protection Fourmile Creek Pre Fire Post Fire WHAT GOES UP MAY STAY UP Yrs Brush Median Picnic Rock Bobcat Gulch Big Elk Overland Four Mile Black Tiger High Meadows


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Timbered Rock Fire Salvage and Elk Creek Watershed Restoration protect remaining mature and old growth stands from catastrophic loss, accelerate development of late-successional habitats, reduce fuel levels in strategic locations, and create stand conditions to lower the potential for future catastrophic fire.

Decision. The Timbered Rock Fire Salvage and Elk Creek Watershed Restoration Final Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) considers seven alternatives to analyze possible salvage opportunities resulting from the Timbered Rock Fire and proposed restoration projects designed to move resource conditions closer to the desired future conditions identified in.

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Timbered Rock fire salvage and Elk Creek watershed restoration [microform]: draft environmental impact statement: executive summary / prepared by United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Medford District Office, Butte Falls Resource Area U.S.

Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Medford District Office. Notice of Availability of the Timbered Rock Fire Salvage and Elk Creek Watershed Restoration Final Environmental Impact Statement; Medford District, Oregon A Notice by the Land Management Bureau on 01/30/ The Elk Creek Watershed Restoration Project (Project) area occurs within acre Elk Creek 5th Field Watershed () located immediately south of Tiller, Oregon on the Tiller District of the Umpqua National Forest (UNF) (Figure 1).

The planning area is within the boundary of the Elk CreekFile Size: 3MB. Rock Creek Watershed Rock Creek begins as a small spring emerging from a spring house in the Laytonsville area, and flows approximately 21 miles before entering the District of Columbia. Distinct geographic charac-teristics along the Route 28 corridor divide the Rock Creek watershed, and form the upper and lower watersheds of Rock Creek.

Rock Creek Watershed. The Rock Creek Watershed is the land area that drains into Rock Creek or one of its tributaries. The watershed includes square miles of land. The main stem of the creek is 33 miles long, and it has over 30 tributaries.

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Reduce, Minimize, or Eliminate The USDA Strategic Plan for FY targets the restoration of watersheds and forest health as a core management objective of the National Forests and Grasslands.

To achieve this goal, the Forest Service is directed to restore degraded watersheds by strategically focusing investments in watershed improvement projects and. Timbered Rock fire salvage and Elk Creek Watershed restoration: final environmental impact statement: executive summary activity book.

02/ texts. eye 7 favorite 0 Posts by [email protected] Subject: Poster. Full text of "Draft environmental impact statement for the revision of the resource management plans of the Western Oregon Bureau of Land Management Districts" See other formats.

Flatrock-Haw Creek Watershed Restoration Action Strategy May 1 FOREWORD The Flatrock-Haw Creek Watershed Restoration Action Strategy (WRAS) is intended to be a living document to assist restoration and protection efforts of stakeholders in their sub-watersheds.

As a "living document" information contained within the WRAS will need to be. Published: Novem Speaker: Alan Clark, Watershed Program Director, Utah Department of Natural Resources Event: Restoring the West Conference - Restoration and Fire in the Interior.

The Battle Creek watershed in northern California was historically important for its Chinook salmon populations, now at remnant levels due to land and water uses. Privately owned portions of the watershed are managed primarily for timber production, which has intensified sincewhen clearcutting became widespread.

Turbidity has been monitored by citizen Cited by: 2. El Paso County and the U.S. Forest Service began on-the-ground work on the Bear Creek Watershed Restoration Project in The multi-year project has been designed to protect the greenback cutthroat trout while allowing for appropriate and sustainable recreation in this very popular area of El Paso County.

Watershed Status • Babb Creek was dead and sterile. • Stream Survey showed no fish and very little macroinvertebrate life in the main stem of Babb Creek and in Lick Creek.

• Pollution Plume observed in Pine Creek for 5 miles to Cedar Run. • DEP contacted and asked for assistance.

• PEDF took on task of cleaning up the watershed. in the Greater Battle Creek Watershed, southeast of Manton, California. The fire bur acres of mixed conifer forest, approximately 9% of the watershed. The fire began after a dry lightning storm passed over the region.

The Ponderosa Fire was a natural disaster that severely impacted watershed resources as well as local residents. Rock Creek Watershed Profile Rock Creek, one stream in square mile Chesapeake Bay watershed. Watershed Natural History The first known reference to Rock Creek by its current name is shown on a survey draft of the Manor of Mask for the William Penn family in Following this reference, Rock Creek was referred to as Rock Size: KB.

Battle Creek Salmon and Steelhead Restoration Project. The Battle Creek Salmon and Steelhead Restoration Project (Restoration Project) is being implemented near the town of Manton, California in Shasta and Tehama Counties (Project Location Map) (PDF - MB). Upon its completion, the Restoration Project will reestablish approximately 42 miles of prime salmon .The term watershed describes an area of land that drains to the lowest point.

The water moves through a network of drainage pathways, both underground and on the surface. In the Rock Creek Watershed the underground pathways are typically storm water drains and the natural movement of ground water that has seeped through the soil.Thank You!

Thank you for helping the Rock Creek Project A during the design of green infrastructure (GI) practices and selection of sites to receive GI practices! Your participation during community meetings, local ANC meetings, and written and online surveys was very important!

Find GI practices constructed near you within the Rock Creek Project A area by clicking on the .