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Old growth redwood forest

Greater Prairie Creek Ecosystem Restoration Scoping

Three types of restoration activities are being considered for the Greater Prairie Creek Ecosystem Restoration project: forest restoration, road removal, and aquatic restoration. Members of the public and interested organizations are encouraged to provide comments on the full spectrum of issues and concerns that should be addressed in the draft IS/EA for the Greater Prairie Creek Ecosystem Restoration Project; to assist with defining a suitable range of alternatives; to advise on the nature and extent of the environmental impacts; and to suggest possible protection measures that could reduce project impacts. We will accept comments through August 6, 2018. You an submit comments through this website by clicking on Comment Now or by mailing comments to the address below.
 
Comment Period: Closed        06/26/2018 - 08/06/2018
Document Content:
GPC Introduction.pdfGPC Introduction.pdf   (1.6 MB, PDF file)
GPC Purpose and Need.pdfGPC Purpose and Need.pdf   (3.7 MB, PDF file)
GPC ForestRestoration.pdfGPC ForestRestoration.pdf   (12.4 MB, PDF file)
GPC Road Removal.pdfGPC Road Removal.pdf   (15.4 MB, PDF file)
GPC Aquatic Restoration.pdfGPC Aquatic Restoration.pdf   (17.2 MB, PDF file)
GPC What Is Redwoods Rising.pdfGPC What Is Redwoods Rising.pdf   (12.7 MB, PDF file)
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