Wallowa Valley Planning Unit: a resource allocation : final environmental statement
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, 1976 - Environmental impact statements - 322 pages
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Relationship to County and Other Units
Present National Forest Management Situation
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Alternative F anadromous big game blue grouse Box 907 Baker Canyon constraints Critical Elk Cover dense cover developed Dispersed Recreation Emphasis Draft Environmental Statement Eagle Cap Wilderness economic effects Elk Cover Management elk hunting environmental impacts existing fish Forage Management Forest Service Glossary goals habitat Imnaha River implementation increase intensive management Intensive Wood Intensive Wood-Forage Management Joseph Creek land type levels livestock livestock grazing logging Lower Minam maintain management activities National Forest lands numbers Oard occur Old Growth Management Oregon output percent ponderosa pine potential proposed action Quality Hunt recreation opportunities reduced roadless areas roads ruffed grouse slopes snags soil stream timber harvest timber production timber stands trees undeveloped areas Valley Planning Unit values vegetation visual Wallowa County Wallowa Lake Wallowa River Wallowa Valley Planning Wallowa-Whitman National Forest water quality western larch white fir wilderness areas Wilderness Study Wildlife Variety wood fiber