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NEPA Project Summary 
NEPA #:  DOI-BLM-ID-B010-2011-0010-EA Status:  Completed
Project Name:  Wilson Road Reconstruction Decision Date:  03/12/2012
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Project Description:
Wilson Road was severely damaged by a flashflood event in Goodrich Creek in June 2010. The flood destroyed about one-mile of roadway located on both private and BLM lands. Because this roadway provided access to private, BLM, and Forest Service lands, and no alternative public access routes to the area exist, it is necessary to reconstruct the road. In order to protect Goodrich Creek from future degradation to riparian areas, water quality, and fisheries/wildlife resources, BLM desires that this roadway be relocated westward out of the Goodrich Creek 50-year flood plain. The project would require that 1-mile of new road be constructed across BLM lands, closure and rehabilitation of the old Wilson Road, stream stabilization, and revegetation of areas disturbed by project activities. Adams County Road and Bridge would be responsible for all construction activities associated with construction of the new road.
Project Location:
Township 16 North, Range 02 West, Section 32
 
Project Lead:  Tarter, James A    
Phone Number:  208 384 3349    
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Office(s):  Four Rivers FO Lead Office:  Four Rivers FO
Counties:  Adams    
 
Program(s):  Water Quality
Wildland Fire Management
Special Interest(s):  Riparian-Wetlands
ACEC
Watershed
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FONSI

Decision Record


Document Name Publication Date  
Right-of-Way Stipulations 03/12/2012  
     

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