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Forest Service releases draft environmental impact statement and draft forest plans for Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests

Forest Service releases draft environmental impact statement and draft forest plans for Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National ForestsVALLEJO, California, May 25, 2016 -The US Forest Service is releasing the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) and draft forest plans for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests. The Notice of Availability for these documents is expected to publish in the Federal Register May 27.This notice will initiate the 90-day public comment and review period, which…See More
May 27
Jeff Winslow is now a member of Our Forest Place
Jan 12
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Draft evaluations of potential areas for wilderness recommendation in forest plan revisions

Forest Service shares draft evaluations of potential areas for wilderness recommendation in forest plan revisions We are sharing our draft evaluations of lands that may be suitable for recommendation and inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System.No new wilderness areas are being designated at this time. Only the Congress can designate wilderness.We are revising the three forest plans using the 2012 Planning Rule, which requires us to conduct this wilderness evaluation. As part of…See More
Dec 18, 2015
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Forest Service shares additional information regarding species of conservation concern for forest plan revisions

Forest Service shares additional information regarding species of conservation concern for forest plan revisionsThe U.S. Forest Service's Pacific Southwest Region is sharing additional information regarding our draft proposed species of conservation concern (SCC) lists as part of the land and resource management plan revision process for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests.In July, we provided our draft proposed SCC lists and asked for public feedback on those documents. In response…See More
Dec 17, 2015
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Forest Service shares Wild and Scenic Rivers inventory and eligibility findings as part of forest plan revisions

Forest Service shares Wild and Scenic Rivers inventory and eligibility findings as part of forest plan revisionsThe U.S. Forest Service's Pacific Southwest Region is sharing our Wild and Scenic Rivers inventory, eligibility and classification findings for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests. We completed this process as part of our efforts to revise the land and resource management plans (forest plans) for these national forests.There are four steps in the WSR process; three are…See More
Dec 14, 2015
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California Spotted Owl Conservation Strategy

The U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region is excited to share with you information about our ongoing efforts to develop a conservation strategy for the California spotted owl. To learn more about the Conservation Strategy, please visit our website: http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r5/plants-animals/wildlife/?cid=STELPRD3854419. At this website, you will find an overview of our plan for developing the…See More
Oct 5, 2015
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Sep 25, 2015
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We're sharing our preliminary draft monitoring plans

Forest Service shares preliminary draft monitoring programs for Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forest plansIn an effort to keep the public engaged throughout the forest plan revision process for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests, the U.S. Forest Service is sharing our preliminary draft monitoring programs for each national forest.Each forest plan has its own monitoring program. We use information gathered through the monitoring program to understand the effects of implementing…See More
Sep 24, 2015
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Process for evaluating and identifying potential areas for wilderness recommendation

US Forest Service shares process for evaluating and identifying potential areas for wilderness recommendation in forest plan revisionsIn an effort to keep the public engaged throughout the forest plan revision process for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests, the U.S. Forest Service is sharing our process for evaluating and identifying lands that may be suitable for recommendation and inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System. No new wilderness areas are being designated…See More
Sep 17, 2015
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**Registration Now Open** for October 15, 2015 Sierra Cascades Dialog

Dialog 15 – October 15, 2015Planning Tomorrow’s Forests Today:Pacific Crest Trail, Wilderness, Wild and Scenic Rivers, and Species of Conservation Concern Thursday, October 15, 20159:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Sacramento Location: Lions Gate Hotel3410 Westover Street, McClellan, CA 95652REGISTER: Please Visit the Online Registration PageBishop, California, Satellite Location:Inyo National Forest…See More
Sep 14, 2015
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Next Sierra Cascade Dialog: October 15

Sierra Cascades Dialog 15 Planning Tomorrow’s Forests Today:Pacific Crest Trail, Wilderness, Wild and Scenic Rivers, and Species of Conservation Concern Thursday, October 15, 20159:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sacramento Location, To Be DeterminedBishop Location, To Be Determined Please join us for the next in a series of Dialogs to discuss critical issues that affect the Sierra Nevada, the Cascades, and the people who live, work, and recreate there. Participants are invited to consider the future,…See More
Sep 2, 2015
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Plants, animals and people, oh my! Three elements key to shaping forest plans

Have you heard of a Species of Conservation Concern? If you’re familiar with the 2012 Planning Rule or involved in forest plan revisions, chances are you’re very familiar with this term. If not, then it’s important to know that a Species of Conservation Concern – or SCC – is a plant or animal for which we have concerns about its ability to live and thrive within a national forest.An SCC is specific to the Forest Service and comes from the 2012 Planning Rule and Forest Service Handbook. These…See More
Aug 13, 2015
Denise Adamic commented on Denise Adamic's blog post Forest Service shares species of conservation concern information for forest plan revisions
"Thanks, Erica! That's the hope - that we can keep people engaged and part of the process."
Jul 30, 2015
Erica Schachtell commented on Denise Adamic's blog post Forest Service shares species of conservation concern information for forest plan revisions
"i love how this makes it so easy for ppl to submit feedback and participate in the process, Denise. Right on !! "
Jul 30, 2015
Erica Schachtell liked Denise Adamic's blog post Forest Service shares species of conservation concern information for forest plan revisions
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Forest Service releases draft environmental impact statement and draft forest plans for Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests

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Forest Service releases draft environmental impact statement and draft forest plans for Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests

VALLEJO, California, May 25, 2016 -The US Forest Service is releasing the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) and draft forest plans for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National…

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Draft evaluations of potential areas for wilderness recommendation in forest plan revisions

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Forest Service shares draft evaluations of potential areas for wilderness recommendation in forest plan revisions 

We are sharing our draft evaluations of lands that may be suitable for recommendation and inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation…

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Forest Service shares additional information regarding species of conservation concern for forest plan revisions

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Forest Service shares additional information regarding species of conservation concern for forest plan revisions…

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Forest Service shares Wild and Scenic Rivers inventory and eligibility findings as part of forest plan revisions

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Forest Service shares Wild and Scenic Rivers inventory and eligibility findings as part of forest plan revisions

The U.S. Forest Service's Pacific Southwest Region is sharing our Wild and Scenic…

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Sierra Forest Living Assessment: Designated Areas: Wild and Scenic Rivers

Started by Steven L. Evans Jul 1, 2013. 0 Replies

COMMENTS OF FRIENDS OF THE RIVER AND THE CALIFORNIA WILDERNESS COALITION CONCERNING THE SIERRA NATIONAL FOREST LIVING ASSESSMENT: DESIGNATED AREAS; WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS July 1, 2013 Incorrect…Continue

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USFS Pack Mule Program

Started by Peter Kriger. Last reply by Colleen McGuire Norris Jun 18, 2013. 5 Replies

Here is a nice look at the USFS Packers and their mules. Only five middle age guys left doing this job. While Backcountry Horsemen volunteer to help doing a similar job, I wonder if there is a plan…Continue

the Mountain Beaver Continued - old news to some, new news to me

Started by Colleen McGuire Norris Jun 18, 2013. 0 Replies

I was so excited about the Beaver on the Kern Plateau, I contacted someone I know who works for BLM and who is an expert in watershed and arid areas. She works in Arizona and told me about the San…Continue

Photos of beaver activity

Started by Colleen McGuire Norris Jun 15, 2013. 0 Replies

The photo of the pond looking back out over the damn shows the original stream bed in the distance. This stream bed will probably fill back in with water as they build more ponds. Currently they are…Continue

 
 
 

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