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Project: North Fork Coquille River Watershed Instream Restoration Projects (Phase IV)

Project Status: Planning Completed
Office Location: Coos Bay
Resource Area: Umpqua
NEPA #: DOI-BLM-OR-C030-2011-0004-DNA  Documentation of NEPA Adequacy
Document Publish Date: 7/25/2011
Summary: Determination of NEPA Adequacy for the North Fork Coquille River Watershed Instream Restoration Projects (Phase IV). The projects consist of placing logs, whole trees and boulder structures in fish-bearing streams in the North Fork Coquille River 5th Field Watershed (HUC# 1710030504). Excavators and cable-yarding systems will be used to place instream structures where there are roads adjacent to streams. A helicopter will be used to place logs where it isn't practicable to place them by other means. The projects are located in T 27 S., R 10 W., Sec 03, 04 & 05, T 26 S., R 10 W., Sec -07 & 08 and T 26 S., R. 11 W.,Sec16, 17, 20, 21 & 29. The parent EA is the Environmental Assessment for the Paradise Creek Watershed Restoration Project (EA OR125-05-06).
Public Protest/Appeal Start Date : N/A - Historic
Public Protest/Appeal End Date : N/A - Historic
Contact: Coos Bay District Office
Contact Phone: (541) 756-0100
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
NEPA #: DOI-BLM-OR-C030-2011-0004-DNA  Decision Record
Document Publish Date: 7/25/2011
Summary: Decision Record for the North Fork Coquille River Watershed Instream Restoration Projects. The projects entail the placement of large wood, boulders and gravel in stream channels to restore fish habitat in forested areas of the upper mainstem North Fork Coquille River and in tributaries in the watershed including Middle Creek, Moore Creek, Giles Creek and Neely Creek. The project will occur on both private and BLM managed lands.
Public Protest/Appeal Start Date : N/A - Historic
Public Protest/Appeal End Date : N/A - Historic
Contact: Coos Bay District Office
Contact Phone: (541) 756-0100
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries