Roseburg Pilot Project Links
The Roseburg Pilot Project is intended to fulfill the Secretary of the Interior's direction to apply the principles of ecological restoration, as developed by Drs. Norm Johnson and Jerry Franklin, on BLM lands within the Roseburg District. The project will include the elements of active management proposed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) for the recovery of the Northern Spotted Owl. The objective of these pilots is to demonstrate the ecological and economic merits of the restoration strategy outlined by Drs. Norm Johnson and Jerry Franklin.
Below are links to documents and other information related to the pilot projects.
- Interagency MOU
- Middle Applegate Watershed Pilot
- Watershed Analysis (PDF)
- BLM Forestry
- 2010 Roseburg Collaborative
- Applegate Partnership
- Landscape Ecology, Modeling, Mapping & Analysis (LEMMA)
Reading Material Suggested by Dr. Jerry Franklin
- Natural Stand Disturbance and Stand Development Principles for Ecological Forestry.
- Restoration of Federal Forest Management in the Pacific Northwest: Strategies and Management Implications (PDF). Johnson and Franklin. 2009.
- Conserving Forest Biodiversity: A Comprehensive Multiscale Approach. David Lindenmayer and Jerry Franklin. 2002. Island Press.
- Creating a Forestry for the 21st Century: The Science of Ecosystem Management. Kathryn Kohm and Jerry Franklin. 1997. Island Press.
- A Critique of Silviculture. Puettmann, Coates, and Christian Messier. 2008. Island Press. Forestry and Biodiversity. Bunnell and Dunsworth (eds.).