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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

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Swiftwater 2004 Instream Restoration Projects

Roseburg District

Documents in Project

Decision Record OR-104-04-08 Project Under Implementation
The EA analyzes the restoration of spawning and rearing habitat in North Fork Big Tom Folley Creek (T21S, R7W, Sections 35 and 26), Big Tom Folley Creek (T22 and 21S, R7W, Sections 2 and 36), and Susan Creek (T26S, R2W, Section 14; W.M.) for resident and anadromous salmonids, through the enhancement of existing habitat and creation of additional habitat in the Elk Creek and Middle North Umpqua Watersheds.
Roseburg District Office
(541) 440-4930
n/a
Resource Area: Swiftwater
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: SW04stDR.pdf
Document Publish Date
06/22/2004
Finding of No Significant Impact,Decision Record OR-104-04-08 Project Under Implementation
The Swiftwater Field Office, Roseburg District of the Bureau of Land Management has analyzed a proposal called the Swiftwater 2004 Instream Restoration Projects. In the proposed action, restoration of spawning and rearing habitat in North Fork Big Tom Folley Creek (T21S, R7W, Sections 35 and 26), Big Tom Folley Creek (T22 and 21S, R7W, Sections 2 and 36), and Susan Creek (T26S, R2W, Section 14; W.M.) for resident and anadromous salmonids, through the enhancement of existing habitat and creation of additional habitat in the Elk Creek and Middle North Umpqua Watersheds.
Roseburg District Office
(541) 440-4930
n/a
Resource Area: Swiftwater
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: Sw04InFNS.pdf
Document Publish Date
06/22/2004
Environmental Assessment OR-104-04-08 Project Under Implementation
The purpose of this project is restoration of spawning and rearing habitat in North Fork Big Tom Folley Creek, Big Tom Folley Creek, and Susan Creek for resident and anadromous salmonids, through the enhancement of existing habitat and creation of additional habitat. This would be accomplished by the addition of large wood and boulder structures to the stream channel. These structures would increase deposition and scour adjacent to the structures, allowing for the formation of deep pools, increased areas of spawning gravels, increased channel complexity, cover, and off channel habitat. This habitat would provide juvenile fish with slow-water rearing areas and deep, residual pool habitat during low flow periods.
Roseburg District Office
(541) 440-4930
n/a
Resource Area: Swiftwater
Program Areas: Riparian/Aquatic/Fisheries
Download: 04strmea.pdf
Document Publish Date
06/21/2004

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