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Revised Aquatic Habitat Enhancement Environmental Assessment

Medford District

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Environmental Assessment DOI-BLM-OR-M0000-2009-0004-EA Planning Completed
Revised Aquatic Habitat Enhancement Environmental Assessment
Medford District Office
(541) 618-2200
n/a
Resource Area: Medford DO
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: aqriprevea.pdf
Document Publish Date
06/08/2009
Decision Record DOI-BLM-OR-M0000-2009-0004 Planning Completed
This decision record and finding of no significant impact documents the decision of selection of alternative two. This decision is a forest management decision protestable in accordance with 43 CFR 5003.3. Any protests of this decision must be filed within 15 days of the publication of this notice of decision on BLM's website.
Medford District Office
(541) 618-2200
n/a
Resource Area: Medford DO
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: aqripdr.pdf
Document Publish Date
06/09/2009
Finding of No Significant Impact DOI-BLM-OR-M000-2009-0004 Planning Completed
Finding of no significant impact
Medford District Office
(541) 618-2200
n/a
Resource Area: Medford DO
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: aqripfonsi.pdf
Document Publish Date
06/09/2009
Determination of NEPA Adequacy DOI-BLM-OR-M070-2011-0009-DNA Planning Completed
The Revised Environmental Assessment for Aquatic and Riparian Habitat Enhancement (EA# DOI-BLM-OR-MOOO-2009-0004-EA June 2009) states that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will complete projects with the aim to improve aquatic habitat through increased habitat complexity (EA, p. 6). The East Fork Williams Creek Stream Restoration Project will accomplish these goals through placement of in-stream, large-woody debris and boulders.
Martin Lew
(541) 471-6504
n/a
Resource Area: Grants Pass
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: revaquatdna.pdf
Document Publish Date
09/06/2011
Determination of NEPA Adequacy DOI-BLM-OR-M070-2012-019-DNA Planning Completed
The Revised Environmental Assessment for Aquatic and Riparian Habitat Enhancement (EA# DOI-BLM-OR-MOOO-2009-0004-EA June 2009) states that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will complete projects with the aim to improve aquatic habitat through increased habitat complexity (EA, p. 6). The 2012 Crooks Creek Riparian Restoration Project would improve habitat in and adjacent to Crooks Creek by thinning dense understory trees and placing woody material in tributaries of Crooks Creek. Thinning would be accomplished by cutting trees less than 12 inches in diameter at breast height and retaining 50-60% canopy cover. Fuel hazard reduction would be accomplished through lop and scatter and handpiling/burning.
Michelle Calvert
(541) 471-6505
n/a
Resource Area: Medford DO
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: DNA_2012_Crooks_Ck.pdf
Document Publish Date
08/29/2012
Determination of NEPA Adequacy DOI-BLM-OR-M070-2012-020-DNA Planning Completed
BLM road #34-6-6 failed during heavy rains in January 2012. The BLM will repair 350 ft of this road and its drainage network as well as restore the adjacent riparian/aquatic habitat by removing landslide material. Work will occur during the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) In-Water Work period unless authorized with a waiver from ODFW. This work will be completed with use of the Revised Environmental Assessment for Aquatic and Riparian Habitat Enhancement (EA# DOI-BLM-OR-MOOO-2009-0004-EA June 2009).
Michelle Calvert
(541) 471-6505
n/a
Resource Area: Grants Pass
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: Brushy_Gulch_DNA.pdf
Document Publish Date
11/20/2012
Determination of NEPA Adequacy DOI-BLM-OR-070-2013-010-DNA Planning Completed
The BLM proposes to remove the illegal water diversion features and associated garbage. The pipeline would be removed to the property line. The water feature is located on BLM managed land on an unnamed tributary to North Fork Deer Creek. The action is proposed on a non-fish bearing intermittent stream. There is no record of a water right filed with the State of Oregon nor is there a valid easement for the PVC pipeline which crosses BLM land. The Revised Environmental Assessment for Aquatic and Riparian Habitat Enhancement (EA# DOI-BLM-OR-MOOO-2009-0004-EA June 2009) states that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will complete projects with the aim to improve aquatic habitat through increased habitat complexity (EA, p. 6).
Michelle Calvert
(541) 471-6505
n/a
Resource Area: Medford DO
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: DeerCr_Illegal_Features_Removal_DNA.pdf
Document Publish Date
09/18/2013
Upper Flat Creek Culvert Replacement DOI-BLM-OR-M050-2015-0009-DNA Planning Completed
The BLM will install a bottomless structure on Upper Flat Creek to replace a failed culvert on BLM road #32S-1E-18. Work will occur between June 15 and September 15, 2015.
Shawn Simpson
541-618-2460
n/a
Resource Area: Butte Falls
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: ORM05020150009DNAUpperFlatCreek.pdf
Document Publish Date
04/09/2015
Elderberry Creek Culvert Replacement DNA DOI-BLM-OR-M050-2015-0008-DNA Planning Completed
The Butte Falls Resource Area will replace an undersized culvert at milepost 7.6 on BLM road# 34S-3W-24. The culvert is located on Elderberry Creek, a tributary to West Fork Evans Creek. Work will occur between June 15 and September 15, 2015.
Shawn Simpson
541-618-2460
n/a
Resource Area: Butte Falls
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: ORM0500008DNAElderberryCreek.pdf
Document Publish Date
04/10/2015

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