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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

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Northeast Elk Creek Density Management

Roseburg District

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Environmental Assessment EA# OR-104-08-05 Planning in Progress
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Swiftwater Field Office proposes density management of approximately 1,645 acres of mid-seral forest stands, 40-77 years old, in five separate proposed timbersales: Bear Bones (344 acres), Bucko (266 acres), Cox Pit (247 acres), General Lee (353 acres), and Mr. Bennet (435 acres). Within the 1,645 acres, approximately 35 acres would be cleared or brushed for spur right-of-ways or roads to access the harvest areas. These proposed sales are located in the Elk Creek/Umpqua River Fifth-field Watershed within Connectivity/Diversity Block (C/D) and Riparian Reserve Land Use Allocations. It is anticipated that the proposed timbersales would yield approximately 16.4 million board feet (MMBF) of timber in support of local and regional manufacturers and economies.
Roseburg District Office
(541) 440-4930
n/a
Resource Area: Swiftwater
Program Areas: Timber/Silviculture
Download: NE-Elk-DM-EA.pdf
Document Publish Date
Comment:
12/02/2008
12/02/2008 - 01/02/2009
Finding of No Significant Impact EA# OR-104-08-05 Planning in Progress
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Swiftwater Field Office proposes density management of approximately 1,645 acres of mid-seral forest stands, 40-77 years old, in five separate proposed timbersales: Bear Bones (344 acres), Bucko (266 acres), Cox Pit (247 acres), General Lee (353 acres), and Mr. Bennet (435 acres). Within the 1,645 acres, approximately 35 acres would be cleared or brushed for spur right-of-ways or roads to access the harvest areas. These proposed sales are located in the Elk Creek/Umpqua River Fifth-field Watershed within Connectivity/Diversity Block (971 acres) and Riparian Reserve (674 acres) Land Use Allocations and would yield approximately 16.4 million board feet (16.4 MMBF) of timber in support of local and regional manufacturers and economies. The proposed units are located in the Elk Creek/Upper Umpqua Fifth-Field Watershed in Sections 27 and 35; T21S R04W; Willamette Meridian (W.M.) Sections 9, 15, 20, 21, 23, and 27; T22S R04W; W.M.; and Section 3; T23S R04W; W.M.
Roseburg District Office
(541) 440-4930
n/a
Resource Area: Swiftwater
Program Areas: Timber/Silviculture
Download: NE-Elk-Drft-FNS.pdf
Document Publish Date
12/02/2008
Finding of No Significant Impact EA# OR-104-08-05 Planning in Progress
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Swiftwater Field Office will perform density management on approximately 1,459 acres of mid-seral forest stands, 40-77 years old, in five separate proposed timbersales: Bear Bones (215 acres), Bucko (266 acres), Cox Pit (247 acres), General Lee (296 acres), and Mr. Bennet (435 acres). Within the 1,459 acres, approximately 32 acres will be cleared or brushed for spur right-of-ways or roads to access the harvest areas. These sales are located in the Elk Creek/Umpqua River Fifth-field Watershed within the Late Successional Management Area (LSMA) Land Use Allocation and will yield approximately 15.2 million board feet (15.2 MMBF) of timber in support of local and regional manufacturers and economies. The units are located in the Elk Creek/Upper Umpqua Fifth-Field Watershed in Sections 27 and 35; T21S R04W; Willamette Meridian (W.M.) Sections 9, 15, 20, 21, 23, and 27; T22S R04W; W.M.; and Section 3; T23S R04W; W.M.
Roseburg District Office
(541) 440-4930
n/a
Resource Area: Swiftwater
Program Areas: Timber/Silviculture
Download: NE-ElkCkFONSI.pdf
Document Publish Date
08/04/2009

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