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Moonlight Fire Area Restoration Project

The project would restore the 2007 Moonlight Fire burned area by: reducing the post-fire effects to vegetation, watersheds, and recreation and enhancing resiliency to future fires, droughts, insect and disease infestations, and climate change.

Project Information

Expected Analysis Type
Environmental Assessment

Special Authority
Not applicable / Other

Lead Management Unit
Mt. Hough Ranger District

Notice and Comment Regulation
218 (2013) Non-HFRA

Project Purpose
Forest products; Watershed management; Road management; Fuels management; Vegetation management (other than forest products); Recreation management; Wildlife, Fish, Rare plants

Project Activity
Road decommissioning; Fuel treatments (non-activity fuels); Forest vegetation improvements; Species habitat improvements; Trail management; Road maintenance; Road improvements/construction; Travel management; Timber sales (green); Watershed improvements

Project Status

Current Status
Under Analysis

Last Completed Milestone: Notice of Initiation (08/10/2016)

Next Milestone: Comment Period (est. 08/2017)

Project Decision Information

Last Updated: 7/05/2017