Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Fruit Growers Supply Company to log near Grass Lake in Siskiyou County.


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THP 2-15-092 SIS (Bear Bones THP) Fruit Growers Supply Company, 690 acres; 66% shelterwood, 31% clearcut, 3% special logging.  Wallow Creek, Smith Spring (MD: T44N R3W Sec.3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10; T45N R3W Sec.33, 34).  Winter operations, slopes up to 40%, low erosion hazard, impaired 303.d watershed, seasonal meadows, wet areas, herbicides, coho watershed, 2 spotted owls within 2 mi, 5 goshawk territories within 2 mi, bald eagle nest, sandhill crane sightings nearby, scattered large trees.  Estimated public comment deadline: 01/08/16. VIEW

This THP is about 22 miles east of Yreka, CA and 18 miles north of Weed, CA near Grass Lake off Highway 97 at an elevation of 5,400 to 6,200 feet.  Fruit Growers Supply Company is planning a shelterwood (overstory removal) and clearcut tractor based logging operation in white fir, ponderosa pine, Douglas fir, incense cedar, sugar pine and red fir forests.  Heavy equipment is proposed for use inside seasonal wet areas and watercourses for meadow restoration.  There are 22 acres of aspen, meadow, and wet meadow restoration where encroaching conifers will be cut within 100 feet.  A bald eagle nest is located at nearby Grass Lake within 2 mi inside section 21, and sandhill cranes have been spotted at Grass Lake. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Fruit Growers Supply Company to log near the CA/OR border.


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THP 2-15-088 SIS (Home Boy THP) Fruit Growers Supply Company, 835 acres; 62% selection, 37% clearcut, 1% no-harvest logging.  Soda Springs, West Fork Cottonwood Creek (MD: T47N R7W Sec.3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10; T48N R7W Sec.33, 34).  Winter operations, moderate erosion hazard, steep slopes over 65%, unstable area, 42 road drainage work sites, impaired 303.d watershed, herbicides, coho watershed, 5 spotted owls within 1.3 mi, fisher sightings nearby, trees average 105 years old.  Estimated public comment deadline: 01/08/16. VIEW

This THP is a few miles SW of Hilt, CA and Interstate 5 near the California/Oregon border.  Fruit Growers Supply Company is planning a tractor based logging operation in Douglas fir, white fir, ponderosa pine, sugar pine and incense cedar forests.  The THP area drains into the Klamath River which is listed as an impaired watershed and contains coho, chinook salmon and steelhead.  Fruit Growers Supply Company is planning to use ground based equipment on steep slopes over 65% grade for tractor logging on 2 acres, and use ground based equipment on an existing skid trail over 65% grade that does not flatten before reaching a watercourse.  Road construction is proposed within 150 feet of a class I watercourse, and 3 existing landings are proposed for use inside a watercourse.  There are 42 road drainage sites planned for work including rocking, dip construction, culvert repair/replacement and re-construction of washed out crossings.  For spotted owl nesting territory SK360: this THP will remove 40 acres of foraging habitat with 1.3 mi; for spotted owl nesting territory SK467; this THP will remove 12 acres of foraging habitat within 1.3 mi. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Sierra Pacific Industries to clearcut log NW of Bieber, CA.


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THP 2-15-087 MOD (Triple Mac THP) Sierra Pacific Industries, 779 acres; 59% clearcut, 29% fuelbreak, 12% no-harvest logging.  Mosquito Lake, Little Hot Spring Valley, Jimmerson Spring (MD: T39N R5E Sec.2, 3, 4; T40N R5E Sec.21, 22, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34).  Winter operations, moderate erosion hazard, slopes up to 50%, herbicides, Shasta beardtongue, California goldenbanner, scattered trees over 30" dbh.  Estimated public comment deadline: 01/08/16. VIEW

This THP is about 13 miles NW of Bieber, CA and about 15 miles north of Fall River Mills at an elevation of 4,400 to 5,400 feet.  Sierra Pacific Industries is planning a mostly clearcut and fuel break tractor based logging operation in ponderosa pine, sugar pine, incense cedar, Douglas fir and white fir forests.  Shasta beardtongue was found near units 29F and 30B, and California golden banner was found near units 29C, 29F, 30A, 30B. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Sierra Pacific Industries to clearcut log SW of Burney, CA.


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THP 2-15-086 SHA (Terry THP) Sierra Pacific Industries, 492 acres; 74% clearcut, 23% selection, 2% roadside logging.  Upper Montgomery Creek, Green Burney Creek (MD: T34N R2E Sec.8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 18).  Winter operations, low erosion hazard, slopes up to 50%, 7 road drainage work sites, herbicides, wet areas, 1 CA spotted owl within 1.3 mi, goshawk territory in section 17, osprey sightings nearby, trees up to 46" dbh.  Estimated public comment deadline: 01/08/16. VIEW

This THP is about 5 miles SW of Burney, CA and about 3 miles south of the Highway 299 summit at an elevation of 3,800 to 4,800 feet.  Sierra Pacific Industries is planning a mostly clearcut tractor based logging operation in white fir, Douglas fir, ponderosa pine, sugar pine and incense cedar forests.  There are 7 road drainage sites planned for work including rocking, dip construction and culvert maintenance.  Wet areas are located in sections 16, 17 and 18. Osprey sightings were reported near Burney Creek and Green Burney Creek.  A CA spotted owl nesting territory is located in section 16. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Friday, December 25, 2015

Mendocino Redwood Company to log on steep and unstable slopes along the Mendocino coast.


PANORAMIC Photo By Mike Phillips
THP 1-15-126 MEN (Upper Elk Creek THP) Mendocino Redwood Company, 659 acres; 76% selection, 12% transition, 9% variable retention, 3% group selection logging. Upper Elk Creek (MD: T13N R15W Sec.6; T14N R15W Sec.19, 20, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33; T14N R16W Sec.9, 15, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 34, 36).  Winter operations, high erosion hazard, steep slopes up to 80%, steep roads, 16 landslide terrain sites, road failure sites, 91 road drainage work sites, herbicides, coho watershed, 7 spotted owls within .7 mi, long beard lichen, trees up to 40” dbh.  Estimated public comment deadline: 01/15/16. VIEW

This THP is about 7 miles west of Philo, CA and 5 miles east of Highway 1 on the Mendocino coast.  Mendocino Redwood Company is planning a tractor and cable logging operation on steep and unstable slopes in redwood and Douglas fir forests at an elevation of 280 to 2,240 feet.  There are 16 landslide terrain sites including multiple locations with scarps, bank sloughs, hummocky ground, rockslides, disrupted ground, earth flows, fill failures and cut bank failures.  Mendocino Redwood Company is planning to use ground based equipment on unstable soils including skid trails in unit L, road construction in unit H, and road construction and skid trails in unit I.  They also want to use ground based equipment on steep slopes over 65% grade in units C and D, and use an existing landing and road inside a class I (year round) watercourse in unit L.  Construction of 150 feet of road on steep slopes is proposed between 50% to 60% grade, and on 1,100 feet of road across unstable hummocky terrain.  91 road drainage sites are planned for work including rocking, dip construction, ditch cleaning, culvert repair/replacement and re-construction of washed out crossings and sink holes. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Green Diamond Resource Company to log north of McKinleyville, CA.


PANORAMIC Photo By Greg Nyquist
THP 1-15-124 HUM (Bulwinkle Thin THP) Green Diamond Resource Company, 481.5 acres; 79% commercial thin, 18% no-harvest, 2% clearcut, 2% selection logging. Bulwinkle Creek (HUM: T7N R1E Sec.3, 4, 5, 9, 10).  Wet weather operations, low erosion hazard, steep slopes up to 65%, landslide terrain, road failure sites, 24 road drainage work sites, impaired 303.d watershed, herbicides, coho watershed, 3 spotted owls within 1.3 mi, fisher sightings in units E and F, osprey nest within .25 mi of unit F, tailed frog sightings in unit F, trees up to 26" dbh.  Estimated public comment deadline: 01/09/16. VIEW  

This THP is 3 miles SE of Trinidad, CA, a few miles east of Highway 101 and 4 miles north of McKinleyville, CA at an elevation of 200 to 500 feet.  Green Diamond Resource Company is planning a tractor and cable logging operation on steep and unstable slopes in redwood, Douglas fir, western hemlock and Sitka spruce forests.  There are 3 unstable areas including an unstable area in unit A, and fill failures in units D and E.  24 road drainage sites are planned for work including rocking, dip construction, culvert repair/replacement, fill failure, cut bank failure, sink hole and restoration of washed out crossings.  There is a spotted owl nesting territory within .25 mi of unit F, and within .5 mi of unit G. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Mendocino Redwood Company to log NW of Willits, CA.


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THP 1-15-123 MEN (Four Ponds THP) Mendocino Redwood Company, 652 acres; 64% transition, 36% variable retention logging. Middle Fork N. Fork Noyo River (MD: T19N R15W Sec.9, 16, 17, 21, 22).  Winter operations, high erosion hazard, steep slopes up to 70%, 17 road drainage work sites, impaired 303.d watershed, herbicides, coho watershed, 4 spotted owls within 1.3 mi, 3 sensitive plant species, trees up to 38" dbh.  Estimated public comment deadline: 01/08/16. VIEW

This THP is 11.5 mi NW of Willits, CA and Highway 101 at an elevation of 680 to 2,240 feet.  Mendocino Redwood Company is planning a tractor and cable logging operation in redwood and Douglas fir forests.  The THP area drains into the Noyo River which is listed as an impaired watershed for sediment and temperature.  Mendocino Redwood Company is planning to use tractors on steep slopes up to 65% grade inside areas designated for cable logging operations, and use tractors on steep slopes over 50% grade with a high erosion hazard rating.  They also want to re-const 350 feet of an existing road across an unstable area.  There are 17 road drainage sites planned for work including rocking, dip construction, culvert repair/replacement and re-construction of washed out crossings.  Humboldt milk vetch was found along a road in section 16, Redwood lily was found along roads in sections 16 and 21, and Long beard lichen was found in section 21. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Humboldt Redwood Company to helicopter log in old growth stands near Carlotta, CA.


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THP 1-15-121 HUM (Westside THP) Humboldt Redwood Company, 359.7 acres; 75% group selection, 12% clearcut, 11% no-harvest, 3% special, misc roadside logging.  Hely Creek (HUM: T1N R1E Sec.1; T1N R2E Sec.6; T2N R1E Sec.36; T2N R2E Sec.31).  Winter operations, moderate erosion hazard, steep slopes over 65%, steep roads, 70 landslide terrain sites, 30 road drainage work sites, helicopter logging inside old growth stands, impaired 303.d watershed, herbicides, coho watershed, 15 spotted owls within 1.3 mi, trees up to 34" dbh.  Estimated public comment deadline: 01/08/16. VIEW

This THP is 2.5 mi SE of Carlotta, CA near the Van Duzen River and Highway 36 at an elevation of 170 to 1,050 feet.  Humboldt Redwood Company is planning a tractor, cable and helicopter logging operation on steep and unstable slopes in redwood, Douglas fir and grand fir forests.  There are over 70 landslide terrain features in the THP area including disrupted ground, debris slides, earth flows, debris flows and steep headwall swales.  Logging is proposed in old growth stands 314C, 328C and 610D.  The THP area flows into the Van Duzen River which is listed as impaired for sediment and temperature.  Humboldt Redwood Company is planning to use ground based equipment in areas designated for cable logging, use ground based equipment in unstable areas on existing roads, and use ground based equipment on slopes up to 50% grade that do not flatten before reaching a watercourse. They are also planning to construct steep road L36.1954 that exceeds 15% grade for 315 feet. 30 road drainage sites are planned for work including rocking, dip construction, culvert repair/replacement and restoration of washed out crossings. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Roseburg Resources Company to clearcut log in the Sacramento Canyon.


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THP 2-15-083 SHA (Locked Out THP) Roseburg Resources Company, 271 acres; 83% clearcut, 16% selection, 1% roadside logging.  North Salt Creek, North Fork Shotgun Creek, Boulder Creek (MD: T36N R4W Sec.7; T36N R5W Sec.12, 13; T37N R4W Sec.19, 30; T37N R5W Sec.25, 36).  Winter operations, high erosion hazard, steep slopes over 70%, 4 unstable areas, road failure sites, herbicides, 1 spotted owl within 1.3 mi, 2 fisher sightings within 1 mi, goshawk nest in unit 3000, Townsend’s big eared bat sighting in unit 3000, 2 osprey nests within 1.5 mi, bald eagle nest within 1.5 mi, foothill yellow legged frog sighting near unit 3601, 2 western pond turtle sightings within .5 mi, scattered large trees. Estimated public comment deadline: 12/25/15. VIEW

This THP is about a mile east of I-5 and 7 miles north of Lakehead and Shasta Lake in the Sacramento Canyon at an elevation of 1,600 to 3,000 feet.  Roseburg Resources Company is planning a mostly clearcut tractor and cable logging operation on steep and unstable slopes in Douglas fir, incense cedar, ponderosa pine and sugar pine forests. There are 4 unstable areas in the THP area including an active scarp, and 4 unstable areas along existing haul roads including multiple cut bank and fill failures.  Roseburg Resources Company wants to use heavy equipment to construct  2 short segments of roads on steep slopes over 65% grade in section 12, and use ground based equipment in areas designated for cable logging for site preparation and to construct fire breaks.  There are 4 roads proposed for use inside class II (mid sized) watercourses, including 2 roads in the vicinity of unit 2500, and 2 roads in the vicinity of unit 3000.  A bald eagle was reported 1.5 mi SW of the THP area along the Sacramento River, and a Townsend's big eared bat was spotted near the NW corner of unit 3000.  An osprey nest is located 1.5 mi west of unit 1202 along the Sacramento River, and an osprey nest is located 1/3 mile SW of unit 3601.  There were 2 western pond turtle sightings reported including a sighting immediately west of unit 1901 and within .5 mi of unit 1201 along North Salt Creek.  Foothill yellow legged frogs were seen inside in a class II watercourse along the northern boundary of unit 3601. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Roseburg Resources Company to clearcut log near Big Bend, CA.


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THP 2-15-082 SHA (West Cantrell THP) Roseburg Resources Company, 197 acres; 98% clearcut, 1% selection, 1% no-harvest logging.  Deep Creek, Little Roaring Creek, Bush Bar (MD: T36N R1E Sec.7, 17, 18; T36N R1W Sec.13).  Winter operations, low erosion hazard, slopes up to 50%, impaired 303.d watershed, herbicides, fisher sighting in unit 1802, osprey sightings within 1 mi, rattlesnake fern, English peak greenbriar, scattered large trees.  Estimated public comment deadline: 12/25/15. VIEW

This THP is about 8 miles north of Highway 299 and 2.2 miles SW of Big Bend, CA at an elevation of 2,340 to 3,220 feet.  Roseburg Resources Company is planning a clearcut tractor based logging operation in Douglas fir, white fir, incense cedar, ponderosa pine and sugar pine forests.  There was a fisher sighting in unit 1802, and multiple osprey sightings within 1 mi of the THP area.  Rattlesnake fern was found in sections 17 and 18, and English peak greenbriar was found inside/adjacent to units 700, 702, 702W, 1802W and 1803. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Green Diamond Resource Company to clearcut log near the Mad River.


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THP 1-15-119 HUM (Wiggings North THP) Green Diamond Resource Company, 360.5 acres; 83% clearcut, 13% selection, 2% roadside, 2% no-harvest logging.  Maple Creek, Boulder Creek (HUM: T4N R3E Sec.1, 2, 3; T4N R4E Sec.6; T5N R3E Sec.34, 35).  Winter operations, moderate erosion hazard, steep slopes up to 80%, landslide terrain, 13 road drainage work sites, impaired 303.d watershed, herbicides, oversized units, coho watershed, 12+ spotted owls within 1.3 mi, fisher sighting within unit L, trees up to 48" dbh.  Estimated public comment deadline: 12/25/15. VIEW

This THP is about 15 miles SE of Arcata, CA and about 13 miles SW of Willow Creek, CA at an elevation of 1,985 to 4,280 feet.  Green Diamond Resource Company is planning a mostly clearcut feller buncher, cable and shovel logging operation on steep and unstable slopes in Douglas fir and white fir forests.  The THP area flows into the Mad River which is listed as impaired for sediment, turbidity and temperature.  There are 4 unstable areas including deep seated landslide terrain along the western portion of unit E, and 2 shallow rapid landslide terrain sites in the cable portion of unit E.  Green Diamond Resource Company is planning to use shovel logging equipment to deck and load logs from within a class II (mid sized) watercourse along the SC 2000 Road.  13 road drainage sites are planned for work including rocking, dip construction, culvert repair/replacement and restoration of washed out crossings.  There are spotted owl nesting territories within .25 mi of units C, E, F, G, and within .5 mi of units A, B, H. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Sierra Pacific Industries to clearcut log NE of Oroville, CA.


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THP 2-15-085 BUT (Buck THP) Sierra Pacific Industries, 411 acres; 52% clearcut, 44% commercial thin, 4% selection, misc roadside logging. Coyote Gap, Mtn. House Creek, Bush Creek, Marble Creek, Kelly Reservoir (MD: T22N R6E Sec.3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16; T23N R6E Sec.33).  Winter operations, moderate erosion hazard, steep slopes up to 60%, 14 road drainage work sites, impaired 303.d watershed, herbicides, 3 CA spotted owls within 1.3 mi, marten sighting within 1 mi, red tailed hawk nest within .25 mi, 4 sensitive plant species, trees up to 120 years old.  Estimated public comment deadline: 12/25/15. VIEW

This THP is about 18 miles NE of Oroville, CA and about 18 miles SW of Quincy, CA at an elevation of 3,840 to 5,080 feet.  Sierra Pacific Industries is planning a tractor based logging operation in white fir, sugar pine, ponderosa pine, Douglas fir and incense cedar forests.  The use of existing watercourse crossings is planned inside class I (year round) and class II (mid sized) watercourses.  14 road drainage sites are planned for work including rocking, dip construction and culvert repair/replacement.  There is a red tailed hawk nest within .25 mi of the THP area in section 11, and a pacific marten was reported within 1 mi of the THP area in section 28.  Giant checker bloom was found in sections 3, 4, 10, 13, 15, 33, 51 (within/near units 4, 5, 6, 17, 20), Clifton’s eremogone was found in sections 2 and 33, Mildred’s clarkia was found in sections 10 and 14 (within units 7, 9, 11), and Mosquin’s clarkia was found in sections 3, 4, 15, 33 (near/within units 1, 5, 7, 8, 17, 22). More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Sierra Pacific Industries to log out trees up to 150 years old above Lake Almanor.


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THP 2-15-080 PLU (Susivesi THP) Sierra Pacific Industries, 1,789 acres; 50% shelterwood, 31% fuelbreak, 19% clearcut, misc roadside logging. E. Side Lake Almanor, Upper Wolf Creek (MD: T27N R8E Sec.1, 2, 3, 11, 12, 14; T28N R8E Sec.26, 27, 34, 35).  Winter operations, moderate erosion hazard, steep slopes up to 60%, 73 road drainage work sites, impaired 303.d watershed, herbicides, wet area, 1 CA spotted owl within 1.3 mi, bald eagle nest within section 34, 3 osprey nests within 1.15 mi, 3 sensitive plant species, trees up to 150 years old.  Estimated public comment deadline: 12/23/15. VIEW.

This THP is 4 miles SW of Westwood, CA along the eastern shoreline of Lake Almanor.  Sierra Pacific Industries is planning a mostly shelterwood (large tree overstory removal) tractor and cable logging operation in white fir, Douglas fir, ponderosa pine, red fir, sugar pine and incense cedar forests at an elevation of 4,680 feet to 7,120 feet.  73 road drainage sites are planned for work including rocking, dip construction, and culvert repair/replacement.  There is a bald eagle nest inside the THP area in section 34, and 3 osprey nests were reported within 1.15 mi including an osprey nest inside the THP area in section 34, an osprey nest within 800 feet of the THP area, and an osprey nest within 1.15 mi of the THP area.  Jonesville spring beauty was found in section 1, Dudley’s rush was found in section 6 and Plumas alpine aster was found in sections 2, 12, and 35. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Sierra Pacific Industries to clearcut by Chester, CA and Lake Almanor.


PANORAMIO Photo By Vincent James
THP 2-15-079 PLU (Benner Creek THP) Sierra Pacific Industries, 472 acres; 86% clearcut, 14% fuelbreak, misc roadside logging. Benner Creek (MD: T29N R6E Sec.13, 14, 23, 24, 25; T29N R7E Sec.19, 29, 30, 31).  Winter operations, moderate erosion hazard, slopes up to 50%, 10 road drainage work sites, herbicides, 4 CA spotted owls within 1.3 mi, bald eagle nest within .5 mi, goshawk nest within 450 ft, sandhill crane sighting within 1 mi, great gray owl sightings within 1.5 mi, sandhill crane and cascade frog sightings within 1 mi, historic red fox sightings, Rocky Mountain chickweed, scattered large trees.  Estimated public comment deadline: 12/23/15. VIEW

This THP is .5 mi north of Chester, CA and Lake Almoner at an elevation of 4,560 to 5,320 feet.  Sierra Pacific Industries is planning a mostly clearcut tractor based logging operation in ponderosa pine, Jeffrey pine, sugar pine, white fir and incense cedar forests. 10 road drainage sites are planned for work including rocking, dip construction and culvert repair/replacement.  Sierra Nevada red fox sightings have been reported .5 mi south of the THP area in section 6, and 1.5 miles north of the THP area in section 12.  A goshawk nest site is located within 450 feet of the proposed fuel break, and within 1,250 feet of unit 6.  A bald eagle nest is also located .5 mi south of the THP area at the junction of Warner Valley and Juniper Lake Roads.  There have been great gray owl sightings in section 32, and 1.5 mi east of the THP area. Cascade frog sightings were reported 1 mi SSE of the THP area near the North Fork of the Feather River, and greater sandhill crane sightings were reported 1 mi ENE of the THP area near Lake Almanor.  Rocky Mountain Chickweed was found along the banks of Benner Creek.  There are 4 CA spotted owl nesting territories within 2.5 mi, including 1 territory that is located within 500 feet of the THP area in section 30. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.

Fruit Growers Supply Company to log next to Eagle Lake and Merrill Campgrounds at Eagle Lake


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THP 2-15-077 LAS (Eagle THP) Fruit Growers Supply Company, 2,972 acres; 74% commercial thin, 24% sanitation salvage, 2% clearcut, 1% rehab logging.  Papoose Creek, Merrill Creek, Fox Mtn. (MD: T31N R10E Sec.13, 14, 15, 24, 25, 36; T31N R11E Sec.18, 19, 29, 30, 31, 32).  Winter operations, moderate erosion hazard, 20 road drainage work sites, papoose meadow, Eagle Lake and Merrill Campgrounds, herbicides, 1 CA spotted owl within 1.3 mi, goshawk within 1 mi, bald eagle nest within .75 mi, osprey nest within 200 ft, yellow rail and sandhill crane sightings at Papoose meadow, red tailed hawk nest, Susanville beardtongue, trees up to 30" dbh.  Estimated public comment deadline: 12/23/15. VIEW

This THP is 9 miles NW of Susanville, CA and adjacent to Eagle Lake and Merrill Campgrounds along the southern shoreline of Eagle Lake.  Fruit Growers Supply Company is planning a tractor based logging operation in white fir, sugar pine, incense cedar and ponderosa pine forests at an elevation of 5,200 to 6,300 feet.  20 road drainage sites are planned for work including rocking, dip construction and culvert repair/replacement.  There is a goshawk territory 1 mi SW of the THP area in section 2, a bald eagle nest .75 mi north of the THP area in section 7, and a bald eagle nest in section 10.  An osprey nest was reported to be .5 mi east of the THP area in section 17, and another osprey nest was reported to be 200 feet north of the THP area in section 14.  Greater sandhill cranes have been spotted at nearby Papoose Meadow, and there is a red tailed hawk nest in section 18.  Susanville beardtongue was located in the west half of section 33. More information is available on the THP Tracking Center website.