Schedule of Proposed Actions (SOPA)

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- Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, Forestwide (excluding Projects occurring in more than one Forest)


Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, Forestwide (excluding Projects occurring in more than one Forest) R8 - Southern Region
Project Name Project Purpose Planning Status Decision Expected Implementation Project Contact
Fox Hollow Project
EA
- Heritage resource management
- Recreation management
- Watershed management
- Road management
In Progress
Scoping Start
06/22/2016
Est. Comment Period
10/2017
Expected: 04/2018 05/2018 Barbara Wysock
270-924-2131
bwysock@fs.fed.us
Description: The proposed actions implementing the Area Plan address needs for recreation, roads, heritage, and the ecosystem. The project is part of a collaboration case study at Land Between the Lakes.
Web Link: https://www.landbetweenthelakes.us/fox-hollow-collaborative-effort
Location: UNIT - Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area All Units. STATE - Tennessee. COUNTY - Stewart. LEGAL - Not Applicable The project is located on 540 acres off the east side of the Woodlands Trace between Roads 219 and 220.
Nine Burns EA
EA
- Vegetation management (other than forest products)
- Fuels management
- Watershed management
On Hold N/A N/A James Lerke
270-924-2092
jtlerke@fs.fed.us
Description: Oak-hickory and shortleaf pine forest restoration and regeneration on 39,884 acres, and treatment of non-native invasive species (within treatment areas and along roadsides. Treatments will consist of prescribed fire and herbicide use for NNIS.
Web Link: http://www.fs.fed.us/nepa/nepa_project_exp.php?project=45435
Location: UNIT - Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area All Units. STATE - Kentucky, Tennessee. COUNTY - Lyon, Trigg, Stewart. LEGAL - Not Applicable Project Area consists of nine treatment areas that span the length of the National Recreation Area. Treatment areas are bounded by Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley to the east, west and north. Treatment areas are bounded by US-79 to the south.
Training Made Easy Special Use Authorization
CE
- Special use management
- Recreation management
In Progress
Scoping Start
03/07/2017
Expected: 07/2017 07/2017 Gary Hawkins
270-924-2046
ghawkins@fs.fed.us
Description: Training Made Easy proposes to use the area around the Fort Henry Trail system for wilderness first aid and land navigation courses. These courses would be under a apecial use authorization.
Web Link: http://www.fs.fed.us/nepa/nepa_project_exp.php?project=51283
Location: UNIT - Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area All Units. STATE - Tennessee. COUNTY - Stewart. LEGAL - Not Applicable Fort Henry Trail System
Treatment of Imported Fire Ants on LBL
EA
- Recreation management
- Wildlife, Fish, Rare plants
- Facility management
In Progress
Comment Period
06/29/2017
Expected: 01/2018 01/2018 Steven Bloemer
270-924-2069
sbloemer@fs.fed.us
Description: The FS, with KY and TN state entomology offices, proposes to treat imported fire ant mounds in LBL using approved baits and pesticides in order to reduce their numbers on LBL and slow further spread. It is important to prevent spread.
Web Link: http://www.fs.fed.us/nepa/nepa_project_exp.php?project=45540
Location: UNIT - Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area All Units. STATE - Kentucky, Tennessee. COUNTY - Lyon, Trigg, Stewart. LEGAL - Not Applicable Area-wide treatment of mounds on Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area.
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