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Baldy Fire Recovery Project, Klamath National Forest
|Other titles||Record of decision, Baldy Fire Recovery Project.|
|Statement||United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (various pagings) :|
Pointers Fire: is located below the Pacific Crest Trail three miles north of Etna Summit. It is 2 ½ acres, and it is at 50% containment. An engine crew has hiked in to this fire and is putting hand line around it. Mary Fire: is located south of Cecilville five miles on the divide between the Klamath and Shasta Trinity National Forest. In a guest commentary published online Feb. 25, (Federal stalling is hurting our forests and fire recovery efforts), Siskiyou County Supervisor Ray Haupt criticized the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for a lack of responsiveness to the Klamath National Forest’s Westside Fire Recovery Project.
> Stop the killing of northern spotted owls in Klamath National Forest. Stop the killing of northern spotted owls in Klamath National Forest. Called the Westside Fire Recovery Project, it proposes extensive post-fire salvage logging, 70 percent of which is in forest reserves designated by the Northwest Forest Plan as areas for wildlife. Vegetation Recovery after Fire in the Klamath-Siskiyou Region, Southern Oregon By David Hibbs, Oregon State University and Ruth Jacobs, U.S. Geological Survey In July , lightning strikes started five forest fires that merged into one massive wildfire in the Klamath .
The Westside project of the Klamath National Forest (KNF) surrounds the east, south and north The DEIS does not mention the quality or characteristics of the Collins Baldy, Eddy Gulch or the and aid post-fire natural recovery processes. Forest Service summaries: _06_05_ COURT DECISIONS. Klamath_Order Granting Stay; Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands v. Grantham (E. D. Cal.): The district court essentially reversed itself on enjoining the Seiad-Horse Risk Reduction Project on the Klamath National Forest, staying that injunction while the project is appealed to the circuit : Jon Haber.
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Baldy Fire Recovery Project, Klamath National Forest, Final Environmental Impact Statement. United States. Forest Service. Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Author: United States. Forest Service. Pacific Northwest Region; Publisher: N.A; The books have been written in tandem to Klamath National Forest book any unnecessary repetition, and to provide cross.
Box 4 Folder 2 Baldy Fire Recovery Project Klamath National Forest FEIS Box 4 Folder 3 Baldy Fire Recovery Project Klamath National Forest Record of Decision Box 4 Folder 4 King-Titus Fire Recovery project Klamath National Forest Record of Decision Box 4 Folder 5 Draft Environmental Impact Statement EIR Gasquet Mtn.
Mining Project. Klamath National Forest (N.F.), Baldy fire recovery project: environmental impact statement. By United : United Baldy Fire Recovery Project Forest Service.
Other title: Final environmental impact statement, Baldy fire recovery project, Klamath National Forest, Siskiyou County, es bibliographical references (p. LCLC)Mode of access: Internet.
Despite the regenerative nature of this summer's fires, the Klamath National Forest has proposed a massive salvage logging project — the Westside Fire Recovery Project (WFRP) — that would log o acres of important post-fire habitat on public lands.
The treatments proposed would log both green, live trees and fire killed : Luke Ruediger. Start Preamble AGENCY: Forest Service, USDA. ACTION: Notice of intent to prepare an environmental impact statement. SUMMARY: The Klamath National Forest will prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) on a proposal to reduce safety hazards to the public and forest workers, obtain the maximum economic commodity values from burned timber, and increase the likelihood and speed by.
Among national forest responses to the fires in recent years, the Klamath project is a throwback. The trend is toward multiple small projects prioritizing burned. Today, the national forest s scenery and year-round outdoor recreational resources play major roles in sustaining a vibrant and diverse modern economy and a unique way of life.
Sincethese resources have been administered by the US Forest Service, fulfilling its mission to pursue the greatest good of the greatest number in the long run.
The Westside Fire Recovery Project is an enormous post-fire logging proposal targeting intact, Late Successional Reserve (LSR) forest and wild salmon streams in the Mid-Klamath watershed. The project is one of the largest post-fire salvage logging projects proposed in the Klamath-Siskiyou Mountains in many years.
The Klamath National Forest has responded to these fires by proposing the Westside Fire Recovery Project, a massive "salvage" logging project that would convert tens of thousands of acres into highly flammable tree : Luke Ruediger.
(2) Chronological History of the Klamath National Forest, Vol. II, compiled by R. Bower, USFS Ret.) (3) Chronological History of the Klamath National Forest, Vol.
III, (4) Chronological History of the Klamath National Forest, Vol. IV, (5) Chronological History of the Klamath National Forest, Vol. V, Change in the spatial characteristics of forest openings was investigated in three forested watersheds in north-western Siskiyou County, California totalling approximat hectares.
Watersheds with minimal human disturbance were chosen for study. However, fire suppression has been pervasive throughout. Characteristics of forest openings (area, perimeter, distance between Cited by: U.S.
Forest Service - Klamath National Forest, Yreka, California. K likes. Established May 6, by order of Theodore Roosevelt, the Klamath National Forest is administered by the U.S. Dept of /5(4). Klamath National Forest Singleton Project Table 2 apply to the Singleton Project.
Table 2. Recovery Actions Applicable to the Singleton Project Recovery Action Description Applicable Recommendations Fire risk in this Collins Baldy LSR is one of the highest of the LSRs on. Beaver Fire. Klamath National Forest. Fire Behavior Assessment Summary Report.
Fire Behavior Assessment Team (FBAT), Adaptive Management Services Enterprise Team (AMSET) And. USFS Wildland Firefighters & Technical Specialists.
Alicia Reiner (AMSET), Science Lead. Mark Courson (R5 USFS) and. Rudy Medrano (Angeles NF), Fire Operational. Davis fire recovery project FEISfinal environmental impact statement: Crescent Ranger District, Deschutes National Forest, Klamath and Deschutes counties, OregonDavis fire recovery project Journal Articles & Books.
The Westside Fire Recovery Project will clear-cut 6, acres on slopes above the Klamath River where lightning fires in the summer of affected owl habitat reserves, CBD said in a Author: Wisconsin Gazette.
Final environmental impact statement: Westside Fire Recovery Project, Happy Camp Oak Knoll and Salmon/Scott River Ranger Districts, Klamath National Forest, Siskiyou County, California.
Klamath National Forest, Siskiyou County, California. [United States. Forest Service,] Northwestern University Transportation Library New Books List. Of this acreage, approximat acres are on the Pleasant Valley Ranger District of the Tonto National Forest, andacres are on the Black Mesa and Lakeside Ranger Districts of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.
Almost 8, acres of private lands were also burned. (Record of decision Rodeo-Chediski Fire Salvage Project, ). Klamath Forest Alliance Collection - Container List. Series: Oversized - Rolled and Flat (Box 1). Series one consists of maps and posters used By KFA for public education, to evaluate Forest Service land use and species protection proposals, to plan and inform Old Growth and other forest conservation strategies and to evaluate and propose salmon, Northern Spotted owl, other species and.
recovery potential of forests within the Klamath-Siskiyou region. There is also a history of concerns in the Klamath-Siskiyou region about what will happen to the mixed conifer forest that has undergone severe burns.
With sweeping areas of so-called “brushﬁ elds” (expansive areas where conifers have never reclaimed dominance) in.The Westside Fire Recovery Project will clear-cut 6, acres on slopes above the Klamath River where lightning fires in the summer of affected owl habitat reserves.The Klamath project pits current science against a well-intentioned belief that removing forest fuels will fire-proof the landscape and somehow rebuild a fire-resilient old-growth stand.