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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

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Hawk Creek 400 Acre Re-Vegetation Environmental Assessment

Spokane

Documents in Project

Scoping Letter N/A Planning Completed
This information package summarizes a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) proposal to re-vegetate 400 acres of previously farmed lands within the Hawk Creek Allotment in north-central Lincoln County, Washington. The purpose of this information package is to inform interested and affected parties of the proposal and to solicit comments to assist with the environmental review of the proposal.
Border Field Office
(509) 536-1200
n/a
Resource Area: Border
Program Areas: Vegetation/Weeds
Download: Hawk_Creek_Scoping_Letter.pdf
Document Publish Date
Comment:
07/24/2013
07/24/2013 - 08/15/2013
Environmental Assessment BLM-OR-135-2013-0017 Planning Completed
This field restoration project consists of approximately 460 acres of previously farmed lands within the boundaries of the Hawk Creek Allotment located approximately 8 miles west of Davenport. The 4,050 acre Hawk Creek Allotment was acquired by BLM in 2007 as part of the Columbia Basin Shrub-Steppe Assembled Land Exchange (EA#OR130-05-EA-1) for the following purposes: 1) contribute to more efficient Federal land management, 2) protect and preserve larger areas of contiguous native shrubsteppe habitat for sensitive plant and animal species, and 3) provide the public with greater access and recreational opportunities in the region.
Border Field Office
(509) 536-1200
n/a
Resource Area: Border
Program Areas: Range/Wild Horses
Download: Hawk_Creek_Field_Restoration_EA.pdf
Document Publish Date
Comment:
09/16/2013
09/16/2013 - 10/16/2013
Finding of No Significant Impact,Decision Record BLM-OR-135-2013-0017 Planning Completed
The approved action is to implement the Hawk Creek Field Restoration as described in the Finding of No Significant Impact and Environmental Assessment. This includes removing non-native vegetation through mechanical and chemical methods, preparing the soil for seeding, and applying a seedmix of native and non-native vegetation that both resembles the ecological site type and is useful to wildlife, especially grouse.
Border Field Office
(509) 536-1200
n/a
Resource Area: Border
Program Areas: Range/Wild Horses
Download: Hawk_Creek_Field_Restoration_DR_FONSI.pdf
Document Publish Date
Protest:
09/16/2013
09/16/2013 - 10/16/2013

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