The proposal is to burn about 200 acres of open area each year for five years and remove or kill scattered lodgepole pines on 100 acres in order to restore the hydrologic function of the Big Marsh ecosystem.
Expected Analysis Type
Timber stand and/or wildlife habitat improvement activities which do not include the use of herbicides or do not require more than one mile of low standard road construction (Service Level D, FSH 7709.56)
Not applicable / Other
Lead Management Unit
Crescent Ranger District
Notice and Comment Regulation
Watershed management; Vegetation management (other than forest products); Wildlife, Fish, Rare plants
Species habitat improvements; Watershed improvements
All planning milestones have been completed.
Project Decision Information
Big Marsh Phase II
Decision Signed Date
Last Updated: 4/28/2008