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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

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Birdseye Jones Forest Management Project

Medford District

Documents in Project

Scoping Letter OR110-02-23 Planning Completed
This is an integrated forest management project being planned in the Birdseye and Jones Creek watersheds in Josephine County. Resource conditions on BLM land will be evaluated for potential forest health and resource restoration treatment needs and opportunities. The project may include low-elevation providing easily accessible recreational opportunities, riparian restoration, a special forest products program, young stand forest development treatments, forest thinning, fire hazard reduction, wildlife habitat restoration and enhancement, and road renovation or decommissioning.
Grants Pass Planning
(541) 471-6500
n/a
Resource Area: Grants Pass
Program Areas: Timber/Silviculture
Download: birdscopltr.pdf
Document Publish Date
05/02/2000
Environmental Assessment OR110-02-23 Planning Completed
This is an integrated forest management project being planned in the Birdseye and Jones Creek watersheds in Josephine County. Resource conditions on BLM land will be evaluated for potential forest health and resource restoration treatment needs and opportunities. The project may include low-elevation providing easily accessible recreational opportunities, riparian restoration, a special forest products program, young stand forest development treatments, forest thinning, fire hazard reduction, wildlife habitat restoration and enhancement, and road renovation or decommissioning.
Grants Pass Planning
(541) 471-6500
n/a
Resource Area: Grants Pass
Program Areas: Timber/Silviculture
Download: birdea.pdf
Document Publish Date
06/14/2003
Decision Record OR110-02-23 Planning Completed
This is an integrated forest management project being planned in the Birdseye and Jones Creek watersheds in Josephine County. Resource conditions on BLM land will be evaluated for potential forest health and resource restoration treatment needs and opportunities. The project may include low-elevation providing easily accessible recreational opportunities, riparian restoration, a special forest products program, young stand forest development treatments, forest thinning, fire hazard reduction, wildlife habitat restoration and enhancement, and road renovation or decommissioning.
Grants Pass Planning
(541) 471-6500
n/a
Resource Area: Grants Pass
Program Areas: Timber/Silviculture
Download: birddr.pdf
Document Publish Date
09/02/2004

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