Schedule of Proposed Actions (SOPA)

This report contains the best available information at the time of publication. Questions may be directed to the Project Contact.

Report Contents (click to jump to a section):
- Projects Occurring Nationwide
- Fernow EF, Forestwide (excluding Projects occurring in more than one Forest)


Projects Occurring Nationwide
Project Name Project Purpose Planning Status Decision Expected Implementation Project Contact
Arizona National Scenic Trail Comprehensive Plan
EA

   *NEW LISTING*
- Wildlife, Fish, Rare plants
- Land ownership management
- Facility management
- Recreation management
- Forest products
- Land management planning
- Watershed management
- Land acquisition
- Grazing management
- Special area management
- Fuels management
- Special use management
- Road management
- Minerals and Geology
- Regulations, Directives, Orders
- Heritage resource management
Developing Proposal
Est. Scoping Start
11/2016
Expected: 06/2018 07/2018 Julie Molzahn
406-826-4352
jmolzahn@fs.fed.us
Description: The Comprehensive Plan will develop administrative and management goals, objectives and practices for the Arizona National Scenic Trail and management corridor.
Location: UNIT - All Districts-level Units. STATE - All States. COUNTY - All Counties. LEGAL - Not Applicable The Arizona National Scenic Trail goes from the Coronado NM to the Utah Border at Vermillion Cliffs- 800 miles south to north across the State of Arizona.
Fernow EF, Forestwide (excluding Projects occurring in more than one Forest) Northeastern Research Station
Project Name Project Purpose Planning Status Decision Expected Implementation Project Contact
2016-2020 Fernow Experimental Forest
EIS
- Vegetation management (other than forest products)
- Research
- Forest products
Analysis Completed Expected: 03/2016
Actual: 04/12/2016
05/2016 Thomas Schuler
304-478-2000, ext. 110
tschuler@fs.fed.us
Description: Continue long-term research and maintain the integrity of the Fernow Experimental Forest for long-term research. The research results will help guide future forest management.
Web Link: http://www.fs.fed.us/nepa/nepa_project_exp.php?project=45791
Location: UNIT - Fernow All Units. STATE - Pennsylvania. COUNTY - Delaware. LEGAL - Not Applicable The Fernow Experimental Forest is located in Tucker County, West Virginia, just south of Parsons, including the Elk Lick watershed.
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