Guide to the Warner Creek Fire Collection
1991-2001

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Creator: United States Forest Service. Pacific Northwest Region
Title: Warner Creek Fire collection
Dates: 1991-2001 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 11.0 linear feet (23 containers)
Collection Number: Coll 287
Summary: The Warner Creek Fire collection consists of documents related to the Warner Creek Fire in Willamette National Forest, Oregon in October 1991, and its aftermath. The majority of the collection is the Administrative Record presented by the U.S.F.S. during DISTRICT OF OREGON lawsuit 94-6245: SIERRA CLUB, et al v. UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE.
Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries

1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon, 97403-1299
(541) 346-3068
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Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Historical Note

U.S. Forest Service Records of the Warner Creek Fire and Recovery Project, 1991-1996

The Warner Creek Fire was set by an unknown arsonist on October 10, 1991. By the time it was controlled on October 27, it had burned 8,973 acres on the Oakridge Ranger District, at a cost of $10 million. The burned area lies north of State Highway 58, about 12 miles east of the City of Oakridge, Oregon. The entire fire area lay within what was soon (January 1992) to be designated a Habitat Conservation Area (specifically, HCA 0-10), a designated management area primarily for Northern Spotted Owl habitat [1]. It was the first large fire in a Spotted Owl HCA, and thus a major test of the Forest Service's application of spotted owl conservation guidelines.

During November 1999, Willamette National Forest Supervisor Darrel Kenops directed a 21-member Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) to develop recovery alternatives consistent with the need to protect the Northern Spotted Owl habitat. The IDT performed a variety of analyses and identified issues to be addressed in the development of alternative approaches. Kenops also appointed a "board of directors", made up of other Willamette NF officials, to provide support for the project staff and facilitate connections among agencies. In addition he formed a "Public Participation Group", which included representatives of environmental, timber industry, and government organizations. Members of these three groups are listed in the "List of Preparers" section of the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the recovery project [2].

Beginning in November 1991 the "scoping" process began, to identify the issues to be analyzedin planning for the recovery project. This process involved a public participation program, including a series of hearings and tours, the publication of a newsletter, The Warner Creek Bulletin, the appointment of the Public Participation Group, and the invitation for comments from the public. Twenty-five issues were identified through this scoping process, to be dealt with in the environmental impact analysis. On October 27, 1992, the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) [3] was released, with the deadline for comments eventually extended to February 12, 1993. The DEIS presented nine alternatives. The Forest Supervisor's preferred alternative was Alternative F, "Removal of Fire-killed Trees Using Existing Roads". The selected alternative would permit salvage logging of 39 million board feet (MBF) of dead timber, on 1,197 acres. Six of the alternatives identified smaller harvests. The options ranged from zero to 56 million board feet. The Forest Service estimated there was a total of 180 MBF of dead timber in the burned area.

Controversy over the proposal was intense, with timber industry groups demanding a larger salvage harvest, and some environmental groups insisting upon no salvage cuts at all. A key point in the discussion concerned the arsonist origins of the fire. Some groups suspected the fire had been set by those who stood to benefit from the resulting salvage logging, in an area otherwise off-limits because of its HCA designation. They claimed that any harvest at all would reward the arson, and set an undesirable precedent. Protests also greeted the Forest Supervisor's decision to go against the advice of his IDT, which had recommended Alternative FB, the "Fuel Break Scenario". An internal USFS review team of biologists and foresters, on December 29, 1992, also recommended Alternative FB, criticizing Alternative F as inconsistent with the Forest Service's owl protection plan. The Northern Spotted Owl Conservation Group, an inter-agency committee that included BLM, the Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Park Service and the Forest Service, gave a similar assessment.

The Final EIS and Record of Decision that were released on October 13, 1993, selected a level of salvage logging (9 MBF) that was 25% of the original proposal. The selected alternative was Alternative L, which was a blend of strategies contained in Alternative E Modified, "Area controlled tree retention", and FB, "Fuel Breaks". An Alternative EF "Ecology of Fire", which was authored by members of Cascadia Earth First!, was included in the FEIS, although it was not selected.

Thirteen appeals were submitted to the Regional Forester (Region 6, Portland) prior to the December 3, 1993 deadline, and that office agreed to a Sierra Club request to delay awarding logging contracts until the appeals had been decided. In April 1994, the Northwest Forest Plan [4] was approved, which replaced the HCA's with a system of "late successional reserves", or LSRs. In May 1994, the Regional Forester, John Lowe, denied all thirteen appeals, and the Washington Office of the USFS declined a discretionary review of his decision. Action was still delayed, however, until the Northwest Forest Plan, which created the LSRs that now embraced the fire area, was approved by U.S. District Court judge William Dwyer in Seattle. Once Dwyer rendered his decision, the Warner Fire strategy still needed to undergo a review by a team that the Northwest Forest Plan had mandated. That review, by the White House Office of Forestry and Economic Development, was passed in January 1995.

Meanwhile, in June 1994, the Sierra Club and the Oregon Natural Resources Council filed a suit [5] in U.S. District Court in Eugene, seeking to block the timber sales. [NOTE: In defending this lawsuit, the Forest Service gave to their attorneys the "administrative record", a set of documents drawn from its more extensive files on the Warner Fire Recover Project. It is this administrative record, reassembled in chronological order for the government attorneys, that comprises the majority of the documents in this present collection. The larger set of documents, including the "project analysis file", was destroyed in the arson-set fire of the Oakridge Ranger Station on October 29, 1996.] On March 27, 1995, U.S. Magistrate Tom Coffin issued an opinion rejecting most of the plaintiffs' arguments. He did, however, accept their assertion that the Forest Service had erred in dismissing arson as an issue when preparing its recovery plan. Magistrate Coffin's opinion was a non-binding, advisory opinion to U.S. District Court Judge Michael Hogan, that logging be halted until the Forest Service had considered arson as a factor. Coffin rescinded his opinion in April, but reinstated it in May. Judge Hogan issued a temporary injunction prohibiting the Forest Service from awarding any Warner Creek timber contracts until he had ruled on the merits of the lawsuit.

On July 27, 1995, President Clinton signed into law a provision, commonly referred to as the "salvage rider" or "salvage timber rider", which waived environmental protection laws to expedite the harvest of dead and dying timber in federal forests, and reduced the available avenues for judicial challenges to proposed sales under the law. The law, section 2001 of P.L. 104-19 (109 Stat. 240), took effect immediately and was set to expire on September 30, 1997. On September 6 Judge Hogan dismissed the lawsuit on the basis of the salvage rider provisions, despite plaintiffs' objections that Congress had not intended the law to be applied retroactively. The Forest Service had, on June 13, evaluated the bids for a 520,000 MBF sale, and determined the successful bidder to be Thomas Creek Lumber & Log, Co. Demonstrations against the sale began shortly thereafter.

On September 7 Thomas Creek Lumber & Log, Co. was sent the salvage sale award letter and contract. The environmental groups appealed to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which on September 15th rejected their request for a temporary injunction against logging at Warner Creek. The Court scheduled a February 1996 date to hear the appeal. Following Hogan's decision, dozens of environmental activists set up a long-term encampment and blockade of Forest Service Road 2408 leading to the sale area. In May 1996, the Forest Service announced its intention to auction off 11 MBF of timber in the southern part of the burned area. The "Warner South Timber Sale" was outside the LSRs created by the Northwest Forest Plan, but within the "matrix" of lands still open to logging, and was later renamed the "Matrix" sale. The two sales combined would open a total 19 MBF to harvest.

On July 2 Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman issued an order limiting salvage logging, to ensure that any salvage timber sales represented true emergency actions necessary to control insect infestations and reduce forest fire danger. The ruling also prohibited logging in roadless areas. Nearly all the Warner Creek burn is in roadless areas. On July 29 USDA and the Forest Service announced a tentative settlement with Thomas Creek Lumber & Log Co, canceling the sale of 520,000 board feet, which had been awarded the previous September. On August 16 Forest Service law enforcement officials began evicting protesters on Road 2408, and bulldozed the blockades and trenches. Several protesters were arrested, as were two Eugene Register-Guard reporters. On August 23 the agreement with the Thomas Creek Company was made final, and the sale was cancelled.

1. Final environmental impact statement on management for the Northern Spotted Owl in the national forests: states of Washington, Oregon and California. Portland, Or.: U.S. Forest Service, 1992.

2. Warner Fire Recovery Project, Oakridge Ranger District, Willamette National Forest, final environmental impact statement. Eugene, Or: U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, 1993.

3. Warner Fire Recovery Project, Oakridge Ranger District, Willamette National Forest: draft environmental impact statement. [Portland, Or.?]: U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, 1992.

4. Record of decision for amendments to Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management planning documents within the range of the northern spotted owl ; Standards and guidelines for management of habitat for late-successional and old-growth forest related species within the range of the northern spotted owl. [Portland, OR : Interagency SEIS Team, 1994].

5. Sierra Club et al. v USFS, No. 94-6245-R (Warner Project).

Content Description

The majority of Warner Creek Fire Collection consists of the Administrative Record for the Sierra Club et. al. v. U.S. Forest Service lawsuit. These files largely date from 1991 to 1996. There are additional documents from after the Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project and lawsuit were completed.

The collection consists of the U.S.F.S. documentation relating to the creation of the initial Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS)and follow-up Final Environmental Impact Statement, public comment during the DEIS and FEIS process, USFS-Interdisciplinary Team notes and communications, governmental review of the EIS products, and the DEIS and FEIS published work. Additionally, copies of major USFS management protocol as related to the Northern Spotted Owl are included in the collection.

The collection preserves the order of the Administrative Record, and maintains the organizational headings that the supplementary documents had upon delivery. The supplementary documents are organizanized in chronological order and sub-headings within the pre-existing headings.

Major correspondants include: Darrel Kenops, Terri Jones, Tim Bailey, Tim Ingalsbee, and Charlie Ogle.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Restrictions on Use :  

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation :  

[Identification of item], Warner Creek Fire Collection, Coll 287, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized into the following series:

  • Series I. Lawsuit 94-6245, Defendant, UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE / SIERRA CLUB, et al v. UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE 94-6245, DISTRICT OF OREGON
  • Series II. Newspaper Articles

Acquisition Information :  

Gift of the United States Forest Service, Willamette National Forest, Oakridge Ranger Station.

Processing Note :  

Collection processed by staff.

This finding aid may be updated periodically to account for new acquisitions to the collection and/or revisions in arrangement and description.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I:  Administrative Record, Defendant, UNITED STATE FOREST SERVICE SIERRA CLUB, et al v. UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE 94-6245, DISTRICT OF OREGON
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Index to the Administrative Record
Box
Folder
1 1 A.R. 01-3619
1 2 A.R. 3620-10226
Administrative Record #01-39
Box
Folder
1 3 01-05: MEETINGS RELATED TO WARNER RECOVERY
1 3 06-08: WARNER PROJECT, Board of Directors Meeting Agenda August 9, 1993
1 3 09-10: WARNER PROJECT, Board of Directors Meeting Agenda July 16, 1993
1 3 11-21: WARNER STRATEGIC PLAN
1 3 22-30: A Summary of Elements of ALTERNATIVES EF
1 3 31: Current and Planned Research related to the Warner Creek Fire Area
1 3 32: Douglas Project/DEMO Project and research in Warner Area June 04, 1993
1 3 33: CASCADES CENTER REVIEW OF WARNER RECOVERY PROJECT
1 3 34-35: McCain, Kertis, and Greene ltr to Darrel Kenops, Forest Supervisor re: Warner Creek Fire RNA proposal March 15, 1993
1 3 36-39: Warner Creek Alternative Effects on Research Opportunities _ 15, 1993
Administrative Record #40-95
Box
Folder
1 4 40: Warner Project, Board of Directors Meeting Agenda July 16, 1993
1 4 41: Warner Project, Board of Directors Meeting June 1, 1993
1 4 42: Warner Project, Board of Directors Meeting Agenda May 5, 1993
1 4 43-50: Warner Project, Board Meeting Agenda April 8, 1993
1 4 51-53: Letters with Substantive Comments, Warner Creek Public Comments March 8, 1993
1 4 54-57: Issue Outside the Scope, Arson
1 4 58-60: McCain, Kertis, and Greene ltr to Darrel Kenops, Forest Supervisor, Willamette National Forest re: Warner Creek Fire RNA proposal March 15, 1993
1 4 61-68: Warner Creek Fire Area Monitoring Plan
1 4 69-73: Warner Board Meeting
1 4 74-78: Warner Project, Board Meeting Agenda March 10, 1993
1 4 79: Notes from USDI Recovery Plan December 1992
1 4 80: Effects of Various Strategies for Tree Retention Warner Fire Recovery Project
1 4 81: WARNER CREEK PROJECT, Board of Directors Meeting March 2, 1993
1 4 82-84: WARNER BOARD MEETING January 29, 1993
1 4 85-90: Warner Creek Fire Area Monitoring Plan
1 4 91-95: Warner Creek Fire Project
Administrative Record Folder #96-135
Box
Folder
1 5 96-107: Warner Board Meeting January 29, 1993
1 5 108: Warner Board of Directors Meeting November 15, 1992
1 5 109: Summary of Upcoming Warner Project Work Items November 25, 1992
1 5 110-111: WARNER BOARD OF DIRECTORS Agenda November 13, 1992
1 5 112-119: IDT's Mtg w/Darrel after release of his alt. November 3, 1992
1 5 120-122: WARNER PROJECT, BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING October 13, 1992
1 5 123: Warner Project (Individual Qualifies for Certificate of Merit If: 1) they performed beyond normal job requirements for 2 months or more, or 2) they were a crucial link to the projects success
1 5 124-134: MEETING NOTES by: John Agar August 25, 1992
1 5 135: WARNER PROJECT, BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING August 24, 1992
Administrative Record #136-184
Box
Folder
1 6 136-138: Warner Project Alternative Selection Reference Material, (Draft Form) IDT meeting VIC August 25, 1992
1 6 139-140: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Draft Desired Future Condition March 13, 1992
1 6 141-146: Issues, Warner Recover Issues July 2, 1992
1 6 147-168: Alternative Descriptions for the Warner Project July 28, 1992
1 6 169-178: Warner Project Alternatives Considered but not Developed Fully June 11, 1992
1 6 179-180: WARNER PROJECT FACTS
1 6 181: WARNER PROJECT ALTERNATIVE COMPARISON OTHER FACTORS
1 6 182: "DRAFT" Interdisciplinary Team Trade-off Evaluation Process August 18, 1992
1 6 183: DRAFT WARNER PROJECT TIMELINE
1 6 184: Environmentally Preferable Alternative
Administrative Record #185-226
Box
Folder
1 7 185-192: WARNER PROJECT, BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING August 24, 1992
1 7 193-194: WARNER PROJECT, Board of Directors Meeting, Rm. 227 S.O. July 20th, 1992
1 7 195-197: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVER WORK PLANS
1 7 198: WARNER CREEK PROJECT, Board Meeting, Deputy Supervisor's Office June 22, 1992
1 7 199-200: ltr Dear Terri, Sincerely, Jerold May 31, 1992
1 7 201: To prepare for the August 25 meeting
1 7 202: Warner Project, Purpose and Need for Action June 8, 1992
1 7 203-209: Board Meeting June 22, 1992
1 7 210: WARNER CREEK PROJECT, BOARD MEETING, Deputy Supervisor's Office June 17, 1992
1 7 211-212: ltr Dear Terri, Sincerely, Jerold May 31, 1992
1 7 213: To prepare for the August 25 meeting
1 7 214: Warner Project, Purpose and Need for Action June 8, 1992
1 7 215-226: Elk Habitat Analysis, Selected Diagrams and Tables are from A Model to Evaluate Elk Habitat in Western Oregon
Administrative Record #227-270
Box
Folder
1 8 227-230: WARNER CREEK PROJECT, BOARD MEETING, Rm. 227 S.O. May 18, 1992
1 8 231: WARNER CREEK PROJECT, Board Meeting, Oakridge Ranger District Conference Room, 1:00 pm May 4, 1992
1 8 232-244: Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project, Alternatives Considered, !!DRAFT!! May 1, 1992
1 8 245-254: L. Kent Mays ltr to Regional Foresters, Regions 5 and 6, Station Directors, Pacific Northwest and Pacific Southwest, re: Northern Spotted Owl Oversight Team and Steering Committee Process April 7, 1992
1 8 255-269: James C. Overbay ltr to Regional Foresters, Regions 5 and 6, Stations Directors, Pacific Northwest and Pacific Southwest, re: Northern Spotted Owl Steering and Oversight Teams December 30, 1991
1 8 270: STRATEGIC IDEAS FOR POTENTIAL BOARD MEETINGS
Administrative Record #271-308
Box
Folder
1 9 271: WARNER CREEK PROJECT, BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING, Room 227, Supervisor's Office April 20, 1992
1 9 272-287: Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project, Alternatives Considered !!Draft!! April 10, 1992
1 9 288: WARNER PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIRECTION
1 9 289-293: WORKING AGREEMENT
1 9 294-295: Monday Board Mtg Agenda April 16, 1992
1 9 296-297: BOARD MEETING AGREEMENTS April 2, 1992
1 9 298-305: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TERRI L. JONES, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to T. Jones re: warner alternatives April 3, 1992
1 9 306-308: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TERRI L. JONES, Darrel Kenops to M. Buystedt, B. Barstad, T. Jones, H. Legard, re: Warner Creek-Yellow Ribbon Coalition Draft letter April 6, 1992
Administrative Record #309-349
Box
Folder
1 10 309: Alternative Spectrums, Relative Comparisons, Owl Habitat Recovery
1 10 310-313: Warner Board Meeting, Alternative Development Review (Range and Content) April 6, 1992
1 10 314-327: Board Meeting Notes April 2, 1992
1 10 328-331: Warner Project(s) Decision Meeting, 1:30 P.M., Meeting with Warner Advisory Board March 20, 1992
1 10 332: WARNER PROJECT, AGENDA, Forest Supervisor Briefing March 16, 1992
1 10 333: Roles in the NEPA Process
1 10 334-335: Daily Record of Events, Forest Sup. Meeting: 3 P&N, 2 Issues, 4 NOI, 5 Budget, 1 Public Input March 1992
1 10 336-339: WARNER PROJECT BOARD MEETING, AGENDA, 1:00 PM March 3, 1992
1 10 340-341: BOARD MEETING AGREEMENTS April 2, 1992
1 10 342-350: WARNER CREEK PROJECT, BOARD MEETING AGENDA February 10, 1992
Administrative Record #351-390
Box
Folder
1 11 351-357: AGENDA, Board Meeting January 17, 1992
1 11 358-359: Meeting Notes December 9, 1991
1 11 360: MESSAGE SCAN FOR D.KENOPS, HAROLD A. LEGARD to D.KENOPS re: FRIDAY S.O. WARNER CRK MEETING January 9, 1992
1 11 361-365: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Summary of Board Meetings, November 12 and November 18, Oakridge Ranger District November 20, 1991
1 11 366-367: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, FIRST BRIEFING MEETING, OAKRIDGE RANGER DISTRICT November 12, 1991
1 11 368-370: Meeting notes, Board Meeting December 9, 1991
1 11 371-375: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Summary of Board Meetings, November 12 and November 18, Oakridge Ranger District November 12, 1991
1 11 376-377: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, FIRST BRIEFING MEETING, OAKRIDGE RANGER DISTRICT November 12, 1991
1 11 378-380: MESSAGES TO BRING FORTH FOR FUTURE REPORTS, Prescription for Success from the Warner Fire Recovery Project (1991-1993)
1 11 381: MAILING LIST DISPLAY, Mailing list name: warner idt
1 11 382: MAILING LIST DISPLAY, Mailing list name: WARNER TEAM
1 11 383: MAILING LIST DISPLAY, Mailing list name: warner IDT
1 11 384-386: Warner ID Team Meeting August 20, 1993
1 11 387-390: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to Warner IDT re: natural succession area stuff August 26, 1993
Administrative Record #391-432
Box
Folder
1 12 391-392: Warner I D Team Meeting July 7, 1993
1 12 393-396: Warner I D Team Meeting June 29, 1993
1 12 397-400: PLANNING RECORD, WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, INDEX
1 12 401-404: Warner I D Team Meeting April 19, 1993
1 12 405-413: WARNER CREEK I D TEAM MEETING March 31, 1993
1 12 414-429: Warner Creek Fire Area Monitoring Plan
1 12 430-432: WARNER CREEK, Implementation elements that could occur after preferred alt. is selected January 11, 1993
Administrative Record #433-473
Box
Folder
1 13 433-435: Core Team Meeting, Discussion of Combination FB/Enov March 29, 1991
1 13 436-447: Warner IDT Meeting, Oakridge Ranger District March 11, 1993
1 13 447-457: Warner IDT, Alternative Modifications January 11, 1993
1 13 458-462: Monitoring Plan Wish List, Effectiveness December 10, 1992
1 13 463-465: IDT Meeting Notes December 1, 1992
1 13 466-473: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT
Administrative Record #474-503
Box
Folder
1 14 474: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to Warner IDT, re: monday meeting September 24, 1992
1 14 475-477: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to Warner IDT, re: MOnday meeting September 29, 1992
1 14 478: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to Warner IDT, re: today's meeting August 31, 1992
1 14 479: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to Warner IDT, re: Next Meeting August 27, 1992
1 14 480-502: Valuation Factors, IDT Meeting August 18, 1992
1 14 503: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to Warner IDT, re: 27th meeting July 23, 1992
Administrative Record #504-539
Box
Folder
1 15 504-518: August 17 and 18 Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project ID Team meeting, Alternative Analysis and Selection
1 15 519: Warner I D Team Meeting July 27, 1992
1 15 520: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to Warner IDT, re: monday's meeting June 23, 1992
1 15 521-527: WARNER CREEK ID Team Meeting June 29, 1992
1 15 528-534: ID Team Meeting, Alternative Fine Tuning June 10, 1992
1 15 535-536: Core Team Meeting, Alternative fine tuning June 9, 1992
1 15 537-539: IDT Meeting (Reclamation Alt) May 27, 1992
Administrative Record #540-578
Box
Folder
1 16 540-552: Warner IDT, Agenda May 21, 1992
1 16 553: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to Warner IDT, re: IDT Team meetings April 14, 1992
1 16 554-561: Warner Recovery ID Team Meeting, Definition of "Incidental Green" April 27, 1992
1 16 562: Warner ID Team Meeting, Agenda April 13, 1992
1 16 563: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to warner idt, re meeting agenda March 26, 1992
1 16 564-571: Warner Recovery Project ID Team Meeting, Changes/Edits for Issues March 30, 1992
1 16 572-573: PPG Comment Response - Core Team February 28, 1992
1 16 574-578: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to WARNER IDT, re: ISSUES AND MEETING AGENDA Feb 27, 1992
Administrative Record #579-614
Box
Folder
1 17 579-580: Draft Meeting Notes Febrary 25, 1992
1 17 581-585: Warner Project IDT Meeting February 24 (year not listed)
1 17 586-588: Warner Creek Fire, Evaluation Criteria (factors) - by Key Issue February 18, 1992
1 17 589: Conf Rm 18, 19 is Reserved
1 17 590: HCA ID TEAM MEETING, PROPOSED AGENDA January 27, 1992
1 17 591: DESIRED FUTURE CONDITION - HCA - DRAFT
1 17 592: PURPOSE AND NEED -DRAFT-
1 17 593-596: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, HCA 0-10 Issues January 9, 1992
1 17 597-599: Public Attendees, IDT Meeting January 27, 1992
1 17 600-605: ID Team Meeting January 11, 1992
1 17 606-614: First Meeting, Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project ID Team
Administrative Record #615-642
Box
Folder
1 18 615-619: WARNER CREEK GETTING ACQUAINTED January 6, 1992
1 18 620-624: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Project Leader, Team Members and supervisors re: Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project Charter January XX, 1992
1 18 625-632: TRANSITION MEETING PRESENTATION, Project Leader January 6, 1992
1 18 633-634: Extensive Mortality - How big an area?
1 18 635-637: WARNER PROJECTS, INFORMATION NEEDS ANALYSIS January 15, 1992 and January 16, 1992
1 18 638-639: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, HCA 0-10 Issues January 9, 1992
1 18 640-642: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Warner Recovery Issues January 9, 1992
Administrative Record #643-673
Box
Folder
1 19 643-655: WILLAMETTE NATIONAL FOREST, SHADY BEACH FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, GIS Map Layers and Attributes required to Evaluate Effects by Resources
1 19 656-657: I.N.A. Meeting January 15, 1992
1 19 658: Getting Acquainted - Confirm Dates January 15, 1992
1 19 659-661: Welcome To: Warner Ck - Getting Acquainted January 6, 1992
1 19 662-664: First Meeting to Determine Mortality Standards December 16, 1991
1 19 665-669: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to Warner IDT, re: rationale August 20, 1992
1 19 670-673: MINORITY REPORT August 18, 1992
Administrative Record #674-712
Box
Folder
1 20 674-689: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TERRI L. JONES, ANNE L. KENNEDY to T. Jones re: Warner RIM critique section and some comments November 14, 1993
1 20 690-704: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT CRITIQUE January 2, 1993
1 20 705-707: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT CRITIQUE April 8, 1993
1 20 708-712: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT CRITIQUE, Pluses
Administrative Record #713-749
Box
Folder
1 21 713-716: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Project Team Members and supervisors, re: Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project Charter December XX, 1991
1 21 717-723: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Warner Creek Recovery Team and Project Leader, re: Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project January 6, 1992
1 21 725: DRAFT Position Title, Requested Individual, Duty Station November 12, 1991
1 21 726-727: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Warner Project Team Members March 27, 1992
1 21 728-742: WARNER Creek Projects, Oakridge Ranger District December 5, 1991
1 21 743-749: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Regional Forest, R-6, attn: Tim Rogan, re: NEPA documentation for the Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project and associated HCA plan November 25, 1991
Administrative Record #750-781
Box
Folder
2 1 750-752: Terri L. Jones ltr to Forest Supervisor and Board of Directors, re: Environmental Documentation for Warner Project outside Roadless February 21, 1992
2 1 753-758: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TERRI L. JONES, TERRI L. JONES TO B. Leonard re: Warner Project Timeline March 9, 1992
2 1 759: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Warner Project Fire Recovery Team re: management direction May 1, 1992
2 1 760-769: To R. Fairbanks From: CHARLEY M. MARTIN, re: Forwarded: Arson Task Force June 11, 1992
2 1 770-773: Terri L. Jones ltr to Forest Supervisor, Willamette National Forest re: Warner Recovery Project, Issues Outside the Scope July 23, 1992
2 1 774: WARNER CREEK RECOVERY PROJECT ORGANIZATION, DRAFT November 1, 1991
2 1 775-780: Terri L. Jones ltr to Forest Supervisor & Board of Directors re: Warner Creek Project Timeline March 9, 1991
2 1 781: Options for Documentation, Draft November 12, 1991
Administrative Record #782
Box
Folder
2 2 782: DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT, WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Chapter I and II 1992
2 3 782: DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT, WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Chapter III 1992
2 4 782: DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT, WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Chapter IV 1992
2 5 782: DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT, WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Glossary and Index 1992
Administrative Record #783-785
Box
Folder
2 6 783: Summary Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project
*Missing on Delivery of Collection*: Cover Sheet Only
1992
2 6 784: Appendices, Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project
*Missing on Delivery of Collection*: Cover Sheet Only
1992
2 6 785: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project, Table of Contents and Chapter I
Administrative Record #785
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2 7 785: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project, Chapter II
2 8 785: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project, Chapter III
2 9 785: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project, Chapter IV
2 10 785: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project, Chapter V
2 11 785: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project, List of Preparers and Index
2 12 785: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project, *BOUND*
Administrative Record #786
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2 13 786: Appendices, Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project, A and B
2 14 786: Appendices, Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project, C and D
2 15 786: Appendices, Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project, E, F, and G
2 16 786: Appendices, Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project, H, I, J, and K
Administrative Record #787-790
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2 17 787: Record of Decision, Final Environmental Impact Statement, Warner Fire Recovery Project
2 17 788: Alternative Map Packet (Draft), Warner Fire Recovery Project
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2 17 789: Alternative Map Packet Final, Warner Fire Recovery Project
2 17 790: Literature Referenced
Administrative Record #791-827
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3 1 791: Mailing Lists for FEIS (1 of 3)
3 1 792-814: Mailing Lists for FEIS (2 of 3)
3 1 815-821: FEIS Mailing List partial (3 of 3)
3 1 822-827: Mailing list for summary packet of FEIS (1 of 1)
Administrative Record #828-866
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3 2 828-830: DEIS REQUEST FORM August 27, 1992
3 2 831-863: Thank you ltrs complete for commenting on DEIS
3 2 864-866: Key and Local Politicians
Administrative Record #867-902
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3 3 867-902: Resource Information Management Process Paper, Warner Creek Fire Project, *Part I* December 1991 to October 1993
Administrative Record #903-943
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3 4 903-932: Resource Information Management Process Paper, Warner Creek Fire Project, *Part II* December 1991 to October 1993
3 4 933-934: WARNER PROJECTS INFORMATION NEEDS ANALYSIS MEETING AGENDA January 16, 1992
3 4 935: Meeting Objective
3 4 936-943: Assumptions and Other Information
Administrative Record #944-982
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3 5 944-947: Warner Cr. Volume Available for Harvest by Alternative LGM July 28, 1992
3 5 948-954: Emperical Yarding Appraisal, Sale Name: Warner C
3 5 955-961: Emperical Yarding Appraisal, Sale Name: Warner E
3 5 962-968: Emperical Yarding Appraisal, Sale Name: Warner E MOD
3 5 969-975: Emperical Yarding Appraisal, Sale Name: Warner FB
3 5 976-982: Emperical Yarding Appraisal, Sale Name: Warner F
Administrative Record #983-1018
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3 6 983-990: Cost and Jobs -- Rehabilitation/Enhancement Projects (Labor, Materials and Jobs in FTES)
3 6 991-994: Documentation of the 1991 TSPIRS Income and Employment Calculations
3 6 995-999: WARNER PROJECTS, Public and Agency Participation Plan February 19, 1992
3 6 1000: Warner Creek Fire Recovery -- Field Recon August 11, 1993
3 6 1001-1018: Stephanie Schulz ltr to Warner Fire Analysis File re: Warner Fire Visual Resource Management EIS input October 1, 1992
Administrative Record #1019-1060
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3 7 1019-1022: MESSAGE SCAN FOR RICHARD FAIRBANKS, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, re: natural succession area stuff August 26, 1993
3 7 1023-1034: Role of Fire in Ecosystems, Research Needs, and Development of a Research Alternative
3 7 1035: WARNER CREEK DEIS, Key Adaptive Management and Research Questions 1/ August 9, 1993
3 7 1036: Plantation Perimeter Mortality
3 7 1037-1040: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TERRI L. JONES, ROBERT SANDERS to T.JONES:R06F18D08A re: WARNER CREEK FIRE November 6, 1992
3 7 1041-1043: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TERRI L. JONES, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to J. Dewits re: summary of last fri meeting November 16, 1992
3 7 1044-1047: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TERRI L. JONES, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to B. Saunders re: warner documentation December 21, 1992
3 7 1048-1052: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT WATER TEMPERATURE MODEL PROCESS AND ASSUMPTIONS August 25, 1992
3 7 1053-1060: FEIS - Water Temp, MODL - EQ.WQ1
Administrative Record #1061-1101
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3 8 1061-1066: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT WATER TEMPERATURE MODEL PROCESS AND ASSUMPTIONS September 13, 1992
3 8 1067-1070: \Deis\Water-T\Modl-EQ-WQ1
3 8 1071-1073: Warner Creek Recover Project, Water Temperature Analysis, Bro, M.K. August 16, 1992
3 8 1074-1076: A:\92
3 8 1077: DSM RECORD STREAM MONITORING, 8910-Salt Creek
3 8 1078: DSM RECORD STREAM MONITORING, 8911 - No. Fk. Mid. Fk. Willamette
3 8 1079: DSM RECORD STREAM MONITORING, 899-Eagle Cr. at Mouth
3 8 1080: DSM RECORD STREAM MONITORING, 895-Black Cr. at Mouth
3 8 1081-1082: Information Request, Willamette National Forest, Warner Creek Project
3 8 1083-1085: Aspect and Stream Classes by HSUB within HSUB Boundary, Request #57-1 August 6, 1992
3 8 1086-1087: Stream Classes by HSUB within HSUB Boundary, Request #57-2 August 6, 1992
3 8 1088-1091: Tree Mortality by HSUB within HSUB Boundary, Request #57-3 August 6, 1992
3 8 1092: Salmon Creek Temperature Data
3 8 1093-1099: Water Temperature, Willamette Hatchery 1992
3 8 1100-1101: MESSAGE SCAN FOR AL JOHNSON, Deigh Bates to 25.WATERSHED re: Forwarded: CUMULATIVE WATER TEMPS April 24, 1992
Administrative Record #1102-1140
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3 9 1102-1103: Warner Project EPA
3 9 1104: Warner Cr Recovery, Solor Index by Mort
3 9 1105: Warner Cr Proj|Solar Path Finder| 1/1
3 9 1106-1107: Warner Cr Proj|Acreage by Stream| 1/2
3 9 1108: Stream Name & Class, Acres
3 9 1109: Eagle Trib, Eagle Cr
3 9 1110: Warner Cr Proj | Length of Stream by | Mort (feet) 2/2
3 9 1111: Warner Water Temp | Black Cr
3 9 1112-1116: Calculations
3 9 1117-1118: Assessing the SCS Database via the DG
3 9 1119-1124: MESSAGE SCAN, Deigh Bates to 25.watershed, re: TEMP meeting March 20, 1991
3 9 1125: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR A. JOHNSON, Paula W. Fong re: Shadow model info July 27, 1992
3 9 1126: SALMON CREEK TEMPERATURE DATA, DAILY VARIATION June 21, 1990-September 20, 1990
3 9 1127: BLACK CR. AT MOUTH, WATER TEMP. DATA #STM0895-T June 21, 1990-September 20, 1990
3 9 1128: SALT CR. WATER TEMP. DATA, #STM08910-T June 21, 1990-September 20, 1990
3 9 1129: EAGLE CR. AT MOUTH, WATER TEMP. DATA, #STM0899-T June 21, 1990-September 20, 1990
3 9 1130: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT SALT CR, WATER TEMP FOR AUGUST
3 9 1131: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT EAGLE CR, WATER TEMPS FOR AUGUST
3 9 1132: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT CLASS II AND III, WIDTH TO Q
3 9 1133-1134: APPENDIX VII.D: GENERAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LIGHT INTENSITY OR TRANSMISSION OF SOLAR RADIATION AND VEGETATIVE COVER
3 9 1135-1137: APPENDIX VII.B: STREAMSIDE SHADING
3 9 1138-1139: APPENDIX VII.C: WATERSIDE AREAS
3 9 1140: MAP
Administrative Record #1141-1181
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3 10 1141: SOLAR PATHFINDER WORKSHEET, WARNER CR PROJ July 24, 1992
3 10 1142: SOLAR PATHFINDER WORKSHEET, WARNER FIRE RECOVERY July 24, 1992 & July 13, 1992
3 10 1143: SOLAR PATHFINDER WORKSHEET, WARNER CR FIRE RECOVERY CONTROL AT MCCREDIE CR July 3, 1992
3 10 1144: SOLAR PATHFINDER WORKSHEET, WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT July 24, 1992
3 10 1145: SOLAR PATHFINDER WORKSHEET July 24, 1992
3 10 1146: SOLAR PATHFINDER WORKSHEET, BLACK CR TRIBE July 31, 1992
3 10 1147: David Murdough ltr to Warner Fire Recovery Record re: Warner Fire Rehabilitation January 26, 1994
3 10 1148-1181: Potential Erosion Process Paper by David Murdough, Soil Scientist *Part I*
Administrative Record #1182-1219
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3 11 1182-1219: Potential Erosion Process Paper by David Murdough, Soil Scientist *Part II*
Administrative Record #1220-1261
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3 12 1220-1249: Potential Erosion Process Paper by David Murdough, Soil Scientist *Part III*
3 12 1250-1251: ALT FB (erosion)
3 12 1252-1253: Alternative Erosion (cy/ac/yr)
3 12 1254-1256: ALT G
3 12 1257-1259: ALT C
3 12 1260-1261: ALT F
Administrative Record #1262-1297
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3 13 1262: SEDIMENT RATING CURVE, SALMON 3
3 13 1263: SEDIMENT RATING CURVE, SALT 3
3 13 1264: SEDIMENT RATING CURVE, EAGLE 1
3 12 1265: Salt Creek No. 1
3 13 1266-1271: WARNER PROJECT EROSION INCREASE BY WAA AND ALTERNATIVE
3 13 1272-1273: SS vs TURBIDITY SALT cr #1
3 13 1274: PPT VS FLOW, Black Cr Rain Gage and Salmon 3
3 13 1275: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, SALMON CR #3, SS VS Q
3 13 1276: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, SALT CR #1, SS VS Q
3 13 1277: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, EAGLE CR, SS VS Q
3 13 1278: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, SALT CR #3, SS VS Q
3 13 1279-1295: U.S. ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT, PORTLAND CORPS OF ENGINEERS
3 13 1296-1297: Table 4 - Discharges for selected flood frequencies at gauging stations
Administrative Record #1298-1337
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3 14 1298-1321: SALT CREEK NEAR OAKRIDGE STA. 14146000 1913-1950
3 14 1322-1328: USGS, Magnitude and Frequency of Floods in Western Oregon
3 14 1329: Suzanne J. Miller ltr to Mike Kostel, re: diskette containing daily streamflow for Salmon Creek July 21, 1992
3 14 1330-1337: Salmon Cr, USGS: Magnitude and Frequency of Floods in Western Oregon
Administrative Record #1338-1380
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3 15 1338-1348: NORTH FK OF MIDDLE FK WILLAMETTE RIVER STA. 14147500 1936-1986
3 15 1349-1354: SALMON CR AT SALMON CR FALLS, FLOOD EXCEEDENCE CURVE January 22, 1992
3 15 1355-1361: Stream Survey Management Fisheries Habitats Summary
3 15 1362: Map Wheeled Measured Distances along units adjacent to Riparian Areas
3 15 1363-1364: Table III-X: Pool-Riffle Ratios and Pieces of Large Woody Material per 1,000 feet by reach for Lower Salmon Creek
3 15 1365: PRECIPITATION & DISCHARGE AT SALT 1
3 15 1366-1371: WARNER PROJECT SALT CREEK WATER QUALITY DATA SUMMARY SUSPENDED SEDIMENT AND TURBIDITY MAXIMUM DAILY VALUES August 19, 1992
3 15 1372-1378: WARNER PROJECT SALMON CREEK WATER QUALITY DATA SUMMARY SUSPENDED SEDIMENTS AND TURBIDITY MAXIMUM DAILY VALUES
3 15 1379-1380: The final decision of the Northern Spotted Owl Oversight Team and Steering Committee for The Warner Fire Recovery Project was sent January 14, 1993
Administrative Record #1381-1419
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3 16 1381-1385: Total Biomass Process Paper by David Murdough, Soil Scientist and Charley Martin, Fuels Specialist
3 16 1385-1387: Unsuited Lands Process Paper by David Murdough, Soil Scientist
3 16 1388-1394: Biomass Calculations by ALT
3 16 1395-1399: Info. for BIOMASS CALCULATIONS - ALT. G within Fire Area, Request #45 August 5, 1992
3 16 1400-1403: Calculations
3 16 1404-1419: Soil Fire Intensity and Crown Mortality for Stands with Activity of HCC within Fire Area Request #46 July 31, 1992
Administrative Record #1420-1460
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3 17 1420-1424: Info. for Biomass Calculations - Alt. FB within Fire Area, Request #45 August 5, 1992
3 17 1425: Acres by Attribute for Alt. L May 13, 1992
3 17 1426: Info. for Biomass Calculations - Alt. L Request #129 May 20, 1993
3 17 1427-1428: Information Request Willamette National Forest Warner Creek Project, Request #129
3 17 1429: Acres by Attribute for Alt. L May 13, 1992
3 17 1430-1433: Info. for Biomass Calculations - Alt. L w/NSA Request #158 September 8, 1993
3 17 1434-1435: Biomass Calculations by Alt., Alt. L with NSA
3 17 1436-1438: Biomass Calculations by Alt., Alt L
3 17 1439-1440: LOAD DISTRIBUTION BY FUEL GROUPS
3 17 1441-1445: ltr. to Regional Fire Directors and Area Director from Mary Jo Lavin re: Fire Safety-Snag Hazards September 3, 1993
3 17 1446: Helispots and Heliports, Cornpatch (Kelsey Ridge)
3 17 1447: 5121.6 - Preattack Plan
3 17 1448-1452: ltr. to Regional Fire Directors and Area Director from Mary Jo Lavin re: Fire Safety-Snag Hazards September 3, 1993
3 17 1453: Plantation Perimeter Mortality December 9, 1993
3 17 1454-1456: Sampling Techniques and Methods
3 17 1457-1460: Model Development
Administrative Record #1461-1501
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3 18 1461-1466: Evaluating Potential Tree Mortality From Prescribed Burning
3 18 1467: 25 days since last sign rainfall
3 18 1468-1472: Lookout, the Boise Quickstep
3 18 1473-1480: Natural and Prescribed Fire in Pacific Northwest Forests
3 18 1481-1482: Fuel Model 8
3 18 1483: Warner Creek Reburn at 18%: LDP1, Fuel Consumption Calculations
3 18 1484-1486: Two Fuel Model Concept
3 18 1487-1488: For Analysis file: Recount original fires on #3 of Resistence to Control
3 18 1489-1491: General Fuels 20.WQ1
3 18 1492-1493: Key to the electronic files from the fire and fuels analysis
3 18 1494-1499: Information Request, Willamette National Forest, Warner Creek Project, Request #: 132
3 18 1500: Fires in Warner Creek Fire Area Human Fires from 1943 to Present 1943 to present
3 18 1501: Two Fuel Model Concept
Administrative Record #1502-1541
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3 19 1502-1520: Fire Ecology of Pacific Northwest Forests
3 19 1521-1524: Memo to IWATF Members from Richard Hein, Chairperson, IWATF Committee re: Previous Meeting May 28, 1992
3 19 1525-1529: Richard Hein, Chairperson, PNWIFPG, INTERAGENCY WILD LAND ARSON TASK FORCE TO PNWIFPG re: PROPOSAL FOR ARSON TASK FORCE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND OPERATING GUIDELINES FOR REGION 6 May 20, 1992
3 19 1530-1541: Jerry L. Monesmith Ltr to Pacific Northwest Wildfire Coordination Group Members re: Final Arson Survey Action Plan February 7, 1992
Administrative Record #1542-1598
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3 20 1542-1598: FEIS ARP (Aggregate Recovery Percentages)
Administrative Record #1599-1629
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3 21 1599-1600: WESTERN HEMLOCK WORKING GROUP
3 21 1601-1605: PACIFIC SILVER FIR WORKING GROUP
3 21 1606: Acres by Mortality and Elevation within Hsubs within Fire Area
3 21 1607: Acres by Mortality and Elevation within Hsubs
3 21 1608: Information Request, Willamette National Forest, Warner Creek Project, Request #17
3 21 1609: Acreage of Special Habitats within Fire Area Perimeter July 31, 1992
3 21 1610: WARNER PROJECT ARP ANALYSIS, SALMON CREEK SUBDRAINAGES
3 21 1611: WARNER PROJECT ARP ANALYSIS, SALT CREEK SUBDRAINAGES
3 21 1612-1613: WARNER ARP ANALYSIS
3 21 1614: TABLE 3 - ESTIMATED AGGREGATE RECOVERY PERCENTAGES PRE AND POST FIRE BY WATERSHED ANALYSIS AREA 1992
3 21 1615-1617: VALUES FOR THE YEAR 1991, AGGREGATE RECOVERY PERCENTAGE IS 85.81 1991
3 21 1618: WAA 18X-1 ARPS WITH PLANTING, ALT R
3 21 1619: WAA 20G-1 ARPS WITH PLANTING, ALT R
3 21 1620: WAA 20G-2 ARPS WITH PLANTING, ALT R
3 21 1621-1623: ARPS WITH PLANTING, ALT C
3 21 1624-1629: ARPS WITH PLANTING, ALT R
Administrative Record #1630-1672
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4 1 1630-1658: VALUES FOR THE YEAR 1991, AGGREGATE RECOVERY PERCENTAGE IS 68.14 1991
4 1 1659-1660: WARNER PROJECT ARPs DRAFT
4 1 1661-1664: Information Request, Willamette National Forest, Warner Creek Project, Request #109
4 1 1665-1667: WARNER PROJECT ARPs DRAFT
4 1 1668-1672: ARP data for Alt NA within HSUB boundaries, SHAB stands only August 13, 1992
Administrative Record #1673-1716
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4 2 1673-1676: Information Request, Willamette National Forest, Warner Creek Project, Request #58
4 2 1677-1681: Information Request, Willamette National Forest, Warner Creek Project, Request #32
4 2 1682-1691: ARP data for Alt NA within HSUB boundaries, SHAB stands only August 11, 1992
4 2 1692-1697: WARNER ARP ANALYSIS, ACRES BY WAA, MANAGED STANDS, HARVEST CODE (HCC, HSH, HFR)
4 2 1698-1706: ARP data for Alt NA within HSUB boundaries, SHAB stands only August 11, 1992
4 2 1707-1712: Information Request, Willamette National Forest, Warner Creek Project, Request #110
4 2 1713-1716: Stands Impacted by Timber Harvest August 10, 1992
Administrative Record #1717-1759
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4 3 1717-1732: ARP data for Alt NA within HSUB boundaries, No SHAB stands included August 11, 1992
4 3 1733: WARNER PROJECT ARP ANALYSIS, SALMON CREEK SUBDRAINAGES
4 3 1734: WARNER PROJECT ARP ANALYSIS, SALT CREEK SUBDRAINAGES
4 3 1735-1736: Pacific Silver Fir Working Group, Intensive Mgt CFC9
4 3 1737-1739: Acres by road and railroad by elevation within HSUB, Information Request R32.SQL August 6, 1992
4 3 1740-1741: ARP data for Alt NA within HSUB boundaries, SHAB stands only August 11, 1992
4 3 1742-1745: WAA 20E-2, ARPS WITH PLANTING ALT R
4 3 1746-1747: Information Request, Willamette National Forest, Warner Creek Project, Request #32
4 3 1748: ARPS REDUCED DUE TO FIRE
4 3 1749-1751: VALUES FOR THE YEAR 1991, AGGREGATE RECOVERY PERCENTAGE IS 88.36 1991
4 3 1752-1754: Information Request, Willamette National Forest, Warner Creek Project, Request #58
4 3 1755-1757: ARP data for Alt NA within HSUB boundaries, SHAB stands only August 13, 1992
4 3 1758-1759: Alternate HSUB, Warner Cr Fire Recovery Project ARP Calculations
Administrative Record #1760-1795
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4 4 1760-1761: WARNER PROJECT ARPs DRAFT
4 4 1762-1764: WARNER PROJECT ARP ANALYSIS
4 4 1765: ARPS WITH PLANTING ALT R
4 4 1766-1768: ARPS WITH PLANTING ALT C
4 4 1769-1788: VALUES FOR THE YEAR 1991, AGGREGATE RECOVERY PERCENTAGE IS 85.54 1991
4 4 1789-1791: Tasks for Anne & Debby
4 4 1792-1795: Nora Call Kim
Administrative Record #1796-1837
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4 5 1796-1798: Macro Name: R89_coveral.SQL, Author: Anne/Debby August 7, 1992
4 5 1799-1801: Macro Name: R89_coverBl.SQL, Author: Anne/Debby August 7, 1992
4 5 1802-1804: Macro Name: R89_coverCl.sql, Author: Anne/Debby August 8, 1992
4 5 1805-1807: Macro Name: R89_Forage1.SQL, Author: Anne/Debby August 7, 1992
4 5 1808-1810: Macro Name: R89_forage2.sql, Author: Anne August 9, 1992
4 5 1811-1813: Macro Name: R89_forage3.sql, Author: Anne August 9, 1992
4 5 1814-1816: Macro Name: R89_forage4.sql, Author: Anne August 8, 1992
4 5 1817-1819: Macro Name: R89_forage5.sql, Author: Anne August 8, 1992
4 5 1820: Macro Name: R89_forage7.sql, Author: Anne August 8, 1992
4 5 1821: Macro Name: R89_forage8.sql, Author: Anne August 8, 1992
4 5 1822-1824: Macro Name: R89_forage9.sql, Author: Anne August 8, 1992
4 5 1825-1827: Macro Name: R89_forage10.sql, Author: Anne August 8, 1992
4 5 1828-1831: Macro Name: R63 Cover.sql, Author: Nora Holmquist July 31, 1992
4 5 1832-1837: Macro Name: R63_Forage.sql, Author: Nora Holmquist August 2, 1992
Administrative Record #1838-1890
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4 6 1838-1847: Spool Forage.F3.L
4 6 1848: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE KENNEDY, B. DEDE STEELE, TO ANNE KENNEDY, RE: HEISWEST October 7, 1992
4 6 1849: MEI "Checks" "Notes"
4 6 1850-1867: r89_count_stands August 11, 1992
4 6 1868-1886: FROM R89NEW, CATEGORY = 'F4', ORDER BY STAND
4 6 1887: Acres by Activity, Alternative F July 27, 1992
4 6 1888-1890: Soil Fire Intensity and Crown Mortality for Stands with Activity of HCC within Fire Area Request #46 July 31, 1992
Administrative Record #1891-1939
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4 7 1891: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE KENNEDY, B. DEDE STEELE, TO A.Reger:SO, RE: HEI completion August 16, 1992
4 7 1892-1893: Cover @ yr 0
4 7 1894-1895: Forage @ yr 0
4 7 1896: Sorting HSH/HTH for HEI
4 7 1897-1925: Macro Name: R63A_Count_Stands.sql, Author: Nora Holmquist August 2, 1992
4 7 1926-1929: Macro Name: R63_Count_Stands.sql, Author: Nora Holmquist August 2, 1992
4 7 1930-1933: Macro Name: R63_Cover.sql, Author: Nora Holmquist September 31, 1992
4 7 1934-1939: Macro Name: R63_Forage.sql, Author: Nora Holmquist August 2, 1992
Administrative Record #1940-2033
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4 8 1940-1949: Macro Name: R89_covera.SQL, Author: Anne/Debby August 7, 1992
4 8 1950-2013: Macro Name: R62_Forage.sql, Author: Nora Holmquist August 2, 1992
4 8 2014: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE KENNEDY, B. DEDE STEELE to A.AGAR:R06F14A, RE: HEIWEST July 31, 1992
4 8 2015: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR A.KENNEDY, ANNE KENNEDY to A.KENNEDY:0A, re: Forwarded: Reply to: Friday Schedule July 30, 1992
4 8 2016: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE KENNEDY, B. DEDE STEELE to: ANNE KENNEDY, RE: Reply to: HCA data needs questions February 3, 1992
4 8 2017: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE KENNEDY, TERRI L. JONES to A.KENNEDY, re: Forwarded: WC Analysis May 26, 1992
4 8 2018: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE L. KENNEDY, TERRI L. JONES to ANNE L. KENNEDY:R06F18A re: Warner Fire Study May 26, 1992
4 8 2019: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE L. KENNEDY, James P. Merzenich:R6/PNW to ANNE L. KENNEDY:R06F18A re: Reply to Reply: Forwarded: Warner Fire Study May 22, 1992
4 8 2020: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE L. KENNEDY, ANNE L. KENNEDY to ALLISON REGER re: Reply to: Forwarded: Warner Fire Study May 22, 1992
4 8 2021: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE L. KENNEDY, ALLISON REGER to A.KENNEDY, re: Forwarded: Warner Fire Study May 22, 1992
4 8 2022: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE L. KENNEDY, B. DEDE STEELE to ANNE KENNEDY re: Reply to: Elk Analysis March 30, 1992
4 8 2023: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE KENNEDY, B. DEDE STEELE to A.Reger:SO, re: HEI completion August 16, 1992
4 8 2024: COVER, HEI WEST
4 8 2025: Forage, HEI WEST
4 8
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4 8 2027-2028: 4 Emphasis Areas July 23 (year not listed)
4 8 2029: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE L. KENNEDY, ANNE KENNEDY:R06F18D08A to a.kennedy:SO re: Forwarded: Reply to a reply: HEIWEST July 21, 1992
4 8 2030: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE L. KENNEDY, B. DEDE STEELE to Matt Hunter:R06F18D01A re: Reply to a reply: HEIWEST/ELKHAB July 22, 1992
4 8 2031: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE L. KENNEDY, B. DEDE STEELE to A.Reger:SO re: HEIWEST July 22, 1992
4 8 2032: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE L. KENNEDY, B. DEDE STEELE to: ALLISON REGER:R06F18A re: Reply to a reply: HEIWEST July 22, 1992
4 8 2033: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ANNE L. KENNEDY, B. DEDE STEELE to ALLISON REGER:R06F18A re: Reply to a reply: HEIWEST July 22, 1992
Administrative Record #2034-2073
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4 9 2034-2039: DIR: Fuels: Fuels.WQI
4 9 2040: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Altern No Action
4 9 2041-2042: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative FB
4 9 2043-2044: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Altern R
4 9 2045-2046: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative E Modified
4 9 2047-2048: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative L
4 9 2049: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative EF
4 9 2050-2051: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative L with Natural Succession Area
4 9 2052-2054: Alternative L, PNV input
4 9 2055: Information July 1, 1993
4 9 2056-2063: COSTS AND JOBS -- REHABILITATION/ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS (LABOR, MATERIALS AND JOBS IN FTES)
4 9 2064: Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project, Acres of Managed Reforestation by Alt. Request #40 August 5, 1992
4 9 2065: Acres by Activity with Fire Area, Alternative R, Request #38 July 31, 1992
4 9 2066: Acres by Activity within Fire Area, Alternative C. Request #38 July 31, 1992
4 9 2067: Acres by Activity within Fire Area, Alternative E, Request #38 July 31, 1992
4 9 2068: Acres by Activity within Fire Area, Alternative E MOD, Request #38 July 31, 1992
4 9 2069: Acres by Activity within Fire Area, Alternative F, Request #38 July 31, 1992
4 9 2070: Acres by Activity, Alternative FB, Request #38 August 5, 1992
4 9 2071: Acres by Activity within Fire Area, Alternative G, Request #38 July 31, 1992
4 9 2072: Mill Pond Values August 7 (year not listed)
4 9 2073: A New IMPLAN out
Administrative Record #2074-2118
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4 10 2074-2077: Planting Jobs in Alts
4 10 2078-2083: Jobs and Wages, Warner Creek Recovery DEIS
4 10 2084-2094: COSTS FOR REHABILITATION AND RECLAMATION PROJECTS DESCRIBED IN ALTERNATIVE R AND PLANNED FOR ALL ACTION ALTERNATIVES
4 10 2095-2100: Direct JOBS/WAGES 1993-1995
4 10 2101-2102: Lumber & Wood Projects Income
4 10 2103-2111: Warner Creek Fire, Engineering Input
4 10 2112-2115: Employment Opportunities, Engineering Input
4 10 2116: Reclamation Costs
4 10 2117: Costs for Fish Migration Improvements
4 10 2118: EUGENE TO CREST TRAIL, #3559, WARNER CREEK FIRE
Administrative Record #2119-2155
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4 11 2119-2124: Warner Creek Fire, Engineering Input
4 11 2125: Warner Creek Fire, Interruptive Cost Estimates
4 11 2126: Any Monitoring Where This was Miscruised or deterioration???
4 11 2127: Rd. No., Stream No., Stream Class
4 11 2128-2129: Warner Economic Analysis, David Murdough July 21, 1992
4 11 2128-2129: Warner Economic Analysis, David Murdough, Updated July 28, 1992
4 11 2130: Alt. R, Great Gray Nest Platform Project
4 11 2131: Core Team Meeting June 9, 1992
4 11 2132-2133: FUEL BREAKS
4 11 2134-2136: WARNER CREEK FIRE EIS ECONOMIC ANALYSIS: A LIST OF CONSIDERATIONS FOR ANALYSIS
4 11 2137-2138: SILV COSTS
4 11 2139: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative C
4 11 2140-2141: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative E
4 11 2142-2145: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative G
4 11 2146-2149: Altern EF, Prescribed Fire Handbook
4 11 2150-2152: Intro We have four eval criteria by which to compare the alternative in the trade off eval. process
4 11 2153-2155: MESSAGE SCAN FOR DAVID C. HAUSAM, TERRI L. JONES, TO WARNER STAFF, re: R6-Warner Mtn. Fire EIS Economics August 29, 1992
Administrative Record #2156-2195
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4 12 2156-2163: WARNER CREEK FIRE EIS ECONOMIC ANALYSIS: A LIST OF CONSIDERATIONS FOR ANALYSIS
4 12 2164-2166: WILLAMETTE N. F. OAKRIDGE, DEAD FLAT CRUISE REPORT
4 12 2167: APPRAISAL SUMMARY, DEAD FLAT TIMBER SALE
4 12 2168: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Altern No Action
4 12 2169: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative C
4 12 2170-2171: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative FB
4 12 2172-2173: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative E
4 12 2174-2175: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative E Modified
4 12 2176-2177: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Altern R
4 12 2178-2179: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative F
4 12 2180-2181: Present Net Value of a Long Term Project, Warner Alternative G
4 12 2182-2187: TIMBER SALE ECONOMICS version 2.2
4 12 2188-2189: Altern C Filename: Warnerc
4 12 2190-2191: Altern R Projects Costs
4 12 2192: Altern E. Filename: warnere
4 12 2193: Altern EMOD Filename: warnerem
4 12 2194: Warner Altern F Filename: warnerf
4 12 2195: Altern G Filename: warnerg
Administrative Record #2196-2240
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4 13 2196: Warner Cr. Alt. F, Cost Summary by Period
4 13 2197: Warner Cr. Alt G, Cost Summary by Period
4 13 2198: Alt E, Cost Summary by Period
4 13 2199: Alt FB, Cost Summary by Period
4 13 2200: E Mod, Cost Summary by Period
4 13 2201: Alt C, Cost Summary by Period
4 13 2202-2204: TWO FUEL MODEL CONCEPT
4 13 2205: Results of FOFEM model execution on Date: 02/16/94, FUEL CONSUMPTION CALCULATIONS February 16, 1994
4 13 2206-2207: TWO FUEL MODEL CONCEPT
4 13 2208-2209: Recount Original Runs On #3 Of Resistance to Control
4 13 2210: TWO FUEL MODEL CONCEPT
4 13 2211-2216: AREA WILDLIFE TREE SUMMARY
4 13 2217-2218: Snag Analyses
4 13 2219-2220: Wildlife Tree Analysis Report, >18" Diameter Snags Per Acre in Hsubs not including SHAB stands or transportation Uses diameter classes 3,4,5,6 or null, Req. #33V3 November 19, 1992
4 13 2221: Acres of Special Habitat stands by Hsub not including Roads, Request #33a September 9, 1992
4 13 2222: Acres of Roads and RR by Hsub not including Trails, Request #33b September 10, 1992
4 13 2223: Total HSUB acres by HSUB, Request #33c September 10, 1992
4 13 2224-2236: Al Johnson, Hydrologist, ltr to Wayne Elson, re: copy of the water quality monitoring plan January 4, 1993
4 13 2237: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TERRI L. JONES, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY:R06F18D08A, TO: T.Jones, re: Warner Creek October 25, 1993
4 13 2238-2239: Subject: Summary of Response of Intent May 14, 1992
4 13 2240: Applegate ltr to Darrel Kenops, Re: Salvage April 21, 1992
Administrative Record #2241-2285
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4 14 2241-2244: Mickey (NFA) ltr to David Hausam, Public Affairs Officer, re: EIS April 21, 1992
4 14 2245: Stirling ltr to David Hausam, re: Add my name to the list May 6, 1992
4 14 2246-2255: Lee, Chief Environmental Evaluation Brand EPA ltr to David Hausam, re: Notice of Intent
4 14 2256: Federal Register, Friday, Notices, Final EIS October 22, 1993
4 14 2257: Federal Register, Friday, Notices, Availability of EPA Comments, 1991 Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project March 5, 1993
4 14 2258: Federal Register, Friday, Environmental Impact Statements: Notice of Availability, EIS no. 920434, DRAFT EIS, AFS, OR, 1991, Warner Creek Fire Recovery January 29, 1993
4 14 2259: Mattson, Regional Environmental Coordinator ltr to Director, Office of Environmental Review, re: The Notice of Availability was published in the Federal Register on November 13, 1992 (57 FR 53898) January 15, 1993
4 14 2260: Kenops ltr to Interested Public and Agencies, re: public comment on Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project DEIS January 11, 1993
4 14 2261: Federal Register, Thursday, Amended Notices, EIS no. 920434, DRAFT EIS, AFS, OR, 1991, Warner Creek Fire Recovery, Published FR 11-13-92 - Review period extended December 24, 1993
4 14 2262: Mattson, Regional Environmental Coordinator ltr to Director, Office of Environmental Review, re: Dear Reviewer Postcard December 11, 1993
4 14 2263: Kenops, re: EXTENSION OF PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT
4 14 2264-2265: re: Summary of Response to Notice of Intent May 14, 1992
4 14 2266-2272: DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, ACTION: Notice of Intent
4 14 2273: The Second Warner Creek Fire, Public Meeting and Tour, Saturday July 18 (year not listed)
4 14 2274: Kenops ltr to All Willamette National Forest Employees, re: Warner Creek Project Update January 13, 1993
4 14 2275: Kenops ltr to Interested Public and Agencies, re: deadline of public comment on Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project DEIS January 11, 1993
4 14 2276-2277: Forest Service News, Willamette National Forest, Willamette Extends Deadline for Public Comment on Warner Creek Fire Project January 7, 1993
4 14 2278-2280: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TERRI L. JONES, MAIL to: All Employees re: Warner Creek DEIS release October 28, 1992
4 14 2281: Media Advisory: The draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Warner Fire Recovery Project will be released for public review, and the Forest Service preferred alternative will be identified
4 14 2282: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TERRI L. JONES, DAVID C. HAUSAM to T.Jones, re: Warner Comments August 3, 1992
4 14 2283-2284: Kenops ltr to Dear Reader, re: Release of the draft Environmental Impact Statement October 27, 1992
4 14 2285: DAVID C. HAUSAM to ALL EMPLOYEES, re: Warner Field Trip 3/4 February 19, 1992
Administrative Record #2286-2330
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4 15 2286-2297: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, re: Chronology of Contact for Warner Fire Recovery Project February 3, 1992
4 15 2298-2301: Experience the Willamette National Forest, re: Warner Creek Fire & Post Fire Recovery October 23, 1991
4 15 2302: For the Forests! ltr to Darrel Kenops, Willamette NF Supervisor, 211 E. 7th Ave. Eugene, OR 97401 undated
4 15 2303: SAMPLE, Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project, ALternative F
4 15 2304: SAMPLE, Warner Creek, The Fire is out... The controversy still smolders
4 15 2305: File 11/12/92, Dear Outdoor Program Participant November 12, 1992
4 15
*Missing on Delivery of Collection*
4 15 2307: Noncredit Classes
4 15 2308: BORN IN FLAMES, Thursday, 7:00 pm November 12 (year not listed)
4 15 2309: WARNER CREEK RECOVERY PROJECT, ANCIENT FOREST UPDATE
4 15 2310: Mailing Lists for these Quarterly Announcements are on File and Available for Viewing at the Oakridge Ranger Station, Willamette National Forest
4 15 2311-2321: SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED ACTIONS QUARTERLY ANNOUNCEMENT January 20, 1994
4 15 2322-2330: SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED ACTIONS QUARTERLY ANNOUNCEMENT October 22, 1993
Administrative Record #2331-2380
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4 16 2331-2339: SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED ACTIONS QUARTERLY ANNOUNCEMENT July 20, 1993
4 16 2340-2347: SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED ACTIONS QUARTERLY ANNOUNCEMENT April 20, 1993
4 16 2348-2355: SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED ACTIONS QUARTERLY ANNOUNCEMENT January 27, 1993
4 16 2356-2362: SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED ACTIONS QUARTERLY ANNOUNCEMENT November 5, 1992
4 16 2363-2364: Key Topic Briefings, Warner Fire Recovery Project November 1993
4 16 2365-2366: NEWS CONFERENCE REMARKS BY DARREL KENOPS, WARNER ROD October 13, 1993
4 16 2367-2372: NEWS CONFERENCE REMARKS BY BOB BARSTAD October 13, 1993
4 16 2373-2380: Willamenews, Willamette National Forest, Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project March 1993
Administrative Record #2381-2429
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4 17 2381: Forest Updates, What's Happening with the Warner Recovery Project?
4 17 2382: Executive Summary, Willamette National Forest February 1993
4 17 2383: Experience the Willamette, It's Official: It was Arson December 1992
4 17 2384: Experience the Willamette National Forest, re: Warner Fire and Recovery May 13, 1992
4 17 2385-2390: Experience the Willamette National Forest, re: Warner Creek Fire and Recovery Project May 11, 1992
4 17 2391: Experience the Willamette, Warner Fire Recovery
4 17 2392-2393: Willamenews, Employee Newsletter, Willamette National Forest, Public Tours Warner Area January 1992
4 17 2394-2395: Warner Creek Bulletin, Warner Creek Fire Project
4 17 2396-2397: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #2 February 26, 1992
4 17 2398-2399: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #3 March 13, 1992
4 17 2400-2401: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #4 March 25, 1992
4 17 2402-2403: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #5 April 8, 1992
4 17 2404-2405: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #6 April 23, 1992
4 17 2406-2407: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #7 May 6, 1992
4 17 2408-2409: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #8 May 22, 1992
4 17 2410-2411: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #9 June 3, 1992
4 17 2412-2413: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #10 June 19, 1992
4 17 2414-2415: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #11 July 1, 1992
4 17 2416-2417: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #12 July 15, 1992
4 17 2418-2419: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #13 July 29, 1992
4 17 2420-2429: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #14 September 21, 1992
Administrative Record #2430-2476
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4 18 2430-2431: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #15 March 9, 1993
4 18 2432-2433: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #1 undated
4 18 2434-2435: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #2 February 26, 1992
4 18 2436-2437: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #3 March 13, 1992
4 18 2438-2439: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #4 March 25, 1992
4 18 2440-2441: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #5 April 8, 1992
4 18 2442-2443: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #6 April 23, 1992
4 18 2444-2445: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #7 May 6, 1992
4 18 2448-2449: Warner Creek Bulletin, Issue #8 May 22, 1992
4 18 2450-2453: Issue #11 July 1, 1992
4 18 2454-2456: Issue #12 July 15, 1992
4 18 2457-2458: Issue #13 July 29, 1992
4 18 2459-2472: Issue #14, Warner Project Draft Alternatives September 21, 1992
4 18 2471: Issue #15 March 9, 1993
4 18 2473-2474: DOCUMENT HEADER, Warner Bulletin PAO September 4, 1992
4 18 2475-2476: DOCUMENT HEADER, Document name: 06/23/92 PrintedN.ltrDir. August 28, 1992
Administrative Record #2477-2574
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5 1 2477-2490: DOCUMENT HEADER, First tour mailing list
5 1 2491-2574: MAILING LIST: WRNR
Administrative Record #2575-2619
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5 2 2575-2576: Johnson, LMP Assistant ltr to District Ranger, Oakridge ATTN: Terri Jones, re: Decision(s) - Warner Fire Recovery Project Proprosed October 16, 1993
5 2 2577-2585: Kenops, Forest Supervisor, ltr to District Ranger, Oakridge, re: Warner Creek DEIS Documentation File January 11, 1993
5 2 2586: The Register-Guard, Warner Creek challenge December 20, 1992
5 2 2587-2588: The Register-Guard, Controversy over Warner fire area rages on December 20, 1992
5 2 2589: The Register-Guard, Arson for jobs unproven December 1, 1992
5 2 2589: News Conference, Warner Creek Fire Investigation December 4, 1992
5 2 2595: The Register-Guard, Legal Notices, Warner Creek Fire Wild Morel Mushroom Harvest March 28, 1992
5 2 2596: Terri Jones, Warner Project Leader, ltr to Warner Fire Recovery Project Board and Forest Supervisor, re: Plans to form a Public Participation Group February 11, 1992
5 2 2597-2598: Lowe, Deputy Regional Forester, ltr to Forest Supervisors and Directors, re: Nonfederal Participation on Interdisciplinary Teams April 29, 1991
5 2 2599: Interdisciplinary Process - Warner EIS
5 2 2600: MAILING LIST DISPLAY
5 2 2601-2611: Kena Young, Westmoreland C.C., 2245 W. 22ND September 9, 1993
5 2 2612: Discussion Points for Warner Creek DEIS Public Participation Meetings December 1992
5 2 2613-2618: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (DEIS), By Darrel Kenops, Willamette National Forest Supervisor, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon October 27, 1992
5 2 2619: Forest Service Oversight Team, Interagency Technical Review Team, Process Chart
Administrative Record #2620-2643
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5 3 2620: The Register-Guard, Warner Creek challenge December 20, 1992
5 3 2621-2622: The Register-Guard, Controversy over Warner fire area rages on December 20, 1992
5 3 2623: The Register-Guard, Arson for jobs unproven December 1, 1992
5 3 2624-2633: Warner Fire Recovery Project, re: Public Participation Group Agenda November 9, 1992
5 3 2634-2641: Questions asked of the Decision Maker after his announcement of the agencies preferred alternative October 27, 1992
5 3 2642-2643: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Proposed Alternative Selection Meeting Agenda August 25, 1992
Administrative Record #2644-2678
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5 4 2644-2669: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Public Participation Group Meeting Agenda August 11, 1992
5 4 2670: PPG Field Tour Agenda July 18, 1992
5 4 2671: PPG Field Tour Agenda July 13, 1992
5 4 2672: Public Field Tour Agenda July 18, 1992
5 4 2673: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Warner Public Participation Group Meeting Agenda May 27, 1992
5 4 2674-2678: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Notes from PPG Meeting May 27, 1992
Administrative Record #2679-2720
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5 5 2679-2689: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Warner Public Participation Group Meeting Agenda May 7, 1992
5 5 2690-2706: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Warner Public Participation Group Meeting Agenda May 27, 1992
5 5 2707-2714: P.P.G. Meeting Notes March 24, 1992
5 5 2715: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Public Participation Group March 18, 1992
5 5 2716-2720: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Public Participation Group (PPG) Meeting Notes March 18, 1992
Administrative Record #2721-2754
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5 6 2721-2729: PPG February 26, 1992
5 6 2730: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Warner Public Participation Group Meeting Agenda May 7, 1992
5 6 2731: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Warner Public Participation Group Meeting Agenda May 27, 1992
5 6 2732: PPG Field Tour Agenda July 18, 1992
5 6 2733: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Public Participation Group Meeting Agenda August 11, 1992
5 6 2734: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Public Participation Group Agenda November 9, 1992
5 6 2735-2737: Public Participation Group Meeting Agenda October 13, 1993
5 6 2738-2744: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Public Participation Group (PPG) Meeting Notes May 7, 1992
5 6 2745-2750: Warner Fire Recovery Project, NOTES FROM PPG MEETING OF May 27, 1992 May 27, 1992
5 6 2751-2754: PPG MEETING NOTES August 11, 1992
Administrative Record #2755-2793
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5 7 2755-2793: WARNER PROJECTS, Public Participation Group February 13, 1992
Administrative Record #2794-2837
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5 8 2794-2802: Public Participation Group Comments on Alt. Strategies March 24, 1992
5 8 2803-2820: PPG MEETING NOTES August 11, 1992
5 8 2821-2824: Baker, Farley, Ingalsbee, Williams, Newhouse, Ogle, ltr to Kenops, re: Request to investigate option to retain the Warner Creek fire area in its present unsalvaged condition October 7, 1992
5 8 2825-2827: Barstad, Oakridge District Ranger, ltr to Ogle, re: How comments were incorporated into the FEIS December 8, 1993
5 8 2828-2829: Jones, Warner Project Leader, ltr to Dear Member of the Public Participation Group, re: release of the Warner Project Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) and Record of Decision on October 13, 1993 October 6, 1993
5 8 2830-2831: DOCUMENT HEADER, ltr PPG/Alt maps July 23, 1992
5 8 2832-2833: Jones, Warner Project Leader, ltr to Warner Public Participation Group, re: Next meeting May 3, 1992
5 8 2834: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Public Participation Group Meeting, May 7th, 1992 March 24, 1992
5 8 2835-2837: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Public Participation Group (PPG) Meeting Notes March 24, 1992
Administrative Record #2838-2873
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5 9 2838-2842: DOCUMENT HEADER, FAX IDT PREF ALT November 5, 1992
5 9 2843: Warner Fire Recovery Project, ltr to Dear Mr. Ingalsbee, re: Public Participation Group November 30, 1992
5 9 2844-2848: Hausam, Public Affairs Officer, ltr to Dear Members of the Public Participation Group, re: Descriptions of the Warner Project Alternatives August 3, 1992
5 9 2849: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION GROUP MEMBER
5 9 2850-2858: USFS NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL OVERSIGHT TEAM RECOMMENDATION December 29, 1992
5 9 2859-2860: Jones, Warner Project Leader, ltr to Dear Members of the PPG, re: Evaluation Factors August 18, 1992
5 9 2861: Emashowski ltr to Kenops, re: Preferred alternative for Warner Creek Recovery Project August 11, 1992
5 9 2862-2865: Hoover ltr to Jones, re: Comments on the Warner Creek Recovery Project August 6, 1992
5 9 2866-2867: Case ltr re: Comments on the Warner Project August 11, 1992
5 9 2868: Ogle, Sierra Club ltr to Kenops, re: Management of the fire area September 3, 1992
5 9 2869-2870: Farley, Lane County Audubon Society, ltr to Kenops, re: Comments on Alternatives August 10, 1992
5 9 2871-2873: Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Warner Creek Alternative Position August 7, 1992
Administrative Record #2874-2914
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5 10 2874-2887: COMMENTS ON THE DRAFT ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES FOR THE WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT August 11, 1992
5 10 2888: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR KENA YOUNG, ERIC A. ORNBERG TO K.YOUNG, re: Warner Comments August 23, 1992
5 10 2889: Hausam, Public Affairs Officer ltr to Dear Buck, re: Descriptions of the Warner Project Alternatives August 3, 1992
5 10 2890: Hausam, Public Affairs Officer, ltr to Dear Members of the Public Participation Group, re: Descriptions of the Warner Project Alternatives August 3, 1992
5 10 2891-2899: Jones, Warner Project Leader, ltr to Public Participation Group, re: Warner Project Alternative Maps July 23, 1992
5 10 2900: Jones, Warner Project Leader, ltr to Warner Public Participation Group, re: Public Participation Group July 3, 1992
5 10 2901-2905: NOTES FROM PPG MEETING OF MAY 27, 1992 May 27, 1992
5 10 2906: Warner Public Participation Group, re: Next meeting May 3, 1992
5 10 2907-2909: How PPG comments have been incorporated into Alternatives? April 3, 1992
5 10 2910-2912: Jones, Warner Creek Project Coordinator, ltr to Marie Frazier, re: Welcome to Public Participation Group March 18, 1992
5 10 2913-2914: Public Participation Group (PPG) Meeting Notes February 26, 1992
Administrative Record #2915-3048
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5 11 2915-2919: DRAFT Warner Recovery Issues March 2, 1992
5 11 2920-2928: Chronology of Contact for Warner Fire Recovery Project February 3, 1992
5 11 2930: A video tape of the first public meeting for the Warner Fire Recovery Project is on file and available for viwing at the Oakridge Ranger District, Willamette National Forest November 16, 1991
5 11 2931-2935: Warner Fire Recovery Project, Fact Sheet, Preferred alternative L with Natural Succession Area (NSA) October 7, 1993
5 11 2936-2937: NEWS CONFERENCE REMARKS BY DARREL KENOPS, WARNER ROD October 13, 1993
5 11 2938-2943: NEWS CONFERENCE REMARKS BY BOB BARSTAD October 13, 1993
5 11 2944-2945: WILLAMETTE NATIONAL FOREST, FOREST SERVICE NEWS, WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PLAN ANNOUNCED October 12, 1993
5 11 2946-2949: NEWS CONFERENCE, Warner Creek Fire Investigation December 4, 1992
5 11 2951-2952: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Info Sharing Group's Presentation of Proposed Alternatives, Supervisor's Office, Eugene, OR August 11, 1992
5 11 2953-2955: Hausam, Warner Public Affairs, ltr to Public Tour Attendees, re: Warner Project Alternative Maps July 27, 1992
5 11 2956: MICHAEL F. MCCABE TO D.Hausam June 18, 1992
5 11 2957-2958: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, re: July Meetings and Field Trips July 2, 1992
5 11 2959: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR DAVID A. LINSDELL, LEON G. MORK to D. LINSDELL re: 6/8 Field Trip June 17, 1992
5 11 2960-2962: WARNER CR. PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT FIELD TRIP/DISCUSSION May 5, 1992-May 6, 1992
5 11 2963: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Stuent Field Trip Agenda February 1, 1992
5 11 2964-2970: Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project Update for WTA breakfast Meeting January 15, 1992
5 11 2971-2985: WARNER CREEK FIRE COMMENTS January 1, 1992
5 11 2986-3001: WARNER CREEK FIRE COMMENTS January 3, 1992
5 11 3002-3004: WARNER CREEK FIRE, Research Community Tour Novemeber 21, 1991
5 11 3005: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, FIRST PUBLIC MEETING Novemeber 16, 1991
5 11 3006-3010: DRAFT PURPOSE AND NEED Novemeber 12, 1991
5 11 3011-3032: Kenops ltr to Name, re: The tour will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, Novemeber 16 Novemeber 8, 1991
5 11 3033: Hausam, Warner Public Affairs Officer, ltr to Dear Commenter, re: comments December 22, 1992
5 11 3034-3037: Summary and Complete DEIS Requests August 28, 1992
5 11 3038-3048: Warner Public Comment Content Analysis January 22, 1993
Administrative Record #3049-3117
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5 12 3049-3067: Warner Public Comment Analysis February 26, 1993
5 12 3068: Original letters from individual commenters responding to the Warner Fire Recovery Project are filed and available for viewing at the Oakridge Ranger Station, Willamette National Forest. These letters are complete with envelopes of receipt
5 12 3069-3070: David McAllister, Forest and Grassland Program Manager ltr to Bob Warren, Governor's Forest Planning Team, re: Comments on the Willamette National Forest Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Warner Creek Project January 31, 1993
5 12 3071-3078: Comments on Warner Creek Project DEIS by Steven P. Smith
5 12 3079-3107: Ann W. Squier, Senior Policy Advisor, ltr to Kenops, re: State of Oregon position and technical comments February 24, 1993
5 12 3108-3117: Warner Project Meeting w/Gov. For. Planning Team February 3, 1993
Administrative Record #3118-3158
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5 13 3118-3119: DOCUMENT HEADER, July 23, 1992
5 13 3120: Bob Warren, Special Assistant for Forest Policy ltr to Kenops, re: Team meeting and presentation July 16, 1992
5 13 3121: Hausam, Warner Public Affairs Officer, ltr to Office of the Governor, re: Meeting with the Governor's Forest Planning Team on July 14, 1992 June 10, 1992
5 13 3122: Meeting with Governor's Forest Planning Team and Public Forest Foundation May 26, 1992
5 13 3123: Governor's Forest Planning Team Agenda May 19, 1992
5 13 3124: Bob Warren, Special Assistant for Forest Policy, ltr to Terri Jones and Dave Hausam, Oakridge Ranger District, re: Meeting July 16, 1992
5 13 3125: Jill Bowling, Senior Policy Analyst, ltr to Terri Jones and Dave Hausam, Oakridge Ranger District, re: Briefing and field trip May 20, 1992
5 13 3126: Hausam, Warner Public Affairs Officer ltr to Office of the Governor, re: meeting with the Governor's Forest Planning Team on July 14, 1992 June 10, 1992
5 13 3127-3128: Draft Governors Planning Team Meeting May 19, 1992
5 13 3129: David Stere, Program Director, ltr to Warner Public Affairs Officer, re: Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Warner Fire Recovery Project November 27, 1992
5 13 3130-3146: Nick Yonker, Meteorologist ltr to John, re: information request, visibility
5 13 3147: Melissa Kirkland, Conservation Biologist ltr to Warner Public Affairs Officer, re: Review and comments on the DEIS February 2, 1993
5 13 3148: Bill Fisher, State Representative, ltr to Warner Public Affairs Officer, re: urging implementation of Alternative G January 28, 1993
5 13 3149: Bill Markham, Representative, ltr to Dear Sir, re: Support Alternative G January 29, 1993
5 13 3150-3151: Adonis Rowland, Safety Supervisor, ltr to Terri Jones, Warner Creek Recovery Project Manager, re: March 25, 1992 meeting July 21, 1992
5 13 3152-3158: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TERRI L. JONES, JOHN K. AGAR to WARNER IDT April 14, 1992
Administrative Record #3159-3223
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5 14 3159: Terri L. Jones ltr to Bob Bryant, Adonis Rowland, Rod Cameron, re: Write-up from field trip with Tim Bailey and John Agar March 30, 1992
5 14 3159A: Bob Barstad, District Ranger, ltr to Way Elson, re: Water Quality Monitoring Plan March 28, 1992
5 14 3160: Al Johnson, Hydrologist ltr to Way Elson, re: water quality monitoring plan January 4, 1993
5 14 3161: Warren R. Weathers, Mayor ltr to Mr. David Hausam, Warner Public Affairs Officer, re: City of Lowell favor a management program for the Warner Creek burn which would salvage as much timber as possible and then reforest with the objective of growing trees for simultaneous production of commercial timber and maintenance of fore-wide wildlife resources December 27, 1992
5 14 3162: Richard W. Culbertson, Mayor of Oakridge, ltr to Mr. David Hausam, re: endorse Alternative "F" January 6, 1993
5 14 3163: Darrel L. Kenops, Forest Supervisor ltr to Ellie Dumdi, Chair, Lane County Commissioners, re: March 3, 1992 ltr representing views on Warner Creek Fire Recovery planning effort March 6, 1992
5 14 3164-3165: Ellie Dumdi, Chair, Lane County Board of Commissioners ltr to Darrel L. Kenops, re: Warner Creek burn March 3, 1992
5 14 3166: Terri L. Jones ltr to West Texas State University, re: requesting information February 22, 1993
5 14 3167: Joseph C. Cepeda, Professor of Geology, ltr to Robert L. Barstad, District Ranger, re: request that my name be placed on the mailing list February 15, 1993
5 14 3168: Hugo Stevens, University of Florida, ltr to Darrel Kenops, re: Alternative F undated
5 14 3169-3170: Mark E. Harmon, Assistant Professor, ltr to Darrel L. Kenops, re: Review the draft Environmental Impact Statement November 10, 1992
5 14 3171: Russell Lande, Professor, ltr to Mr. Darrel L. Kenops, re: establishment of a Research Natural Area October 17, 1992
5 14 3172: David A. Perry, Professor, Ecosystem Studies, ltr to Mr. Darrel L. Kenops, re: adding a RNA option October 7, 1992
5 14 3173: Terri L. Jones ltr to Dr. J. Boone Kauffman, re: proposed Warner Creek Fire Management Recommendations project January 6, 1992
5 14 3174: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Stuent Field Trip Agenda February 1, 1991 [i.e. 1992]
5 14 3175-3223: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE RECOVERY OF THE WARNER CREEK FIRE March 9, 1992
Administrative Record #3224-3308
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5 15 3224-3225: Russell Lande, Professor, ltr to Mr. Darrel L. Kenops, re: establishment of a Research Natural Area October 17, 1992
5 15 3226-3274: WARNER CREEK FIRE SPECIAL PROJECT, RNG 436, Boone Kaufman March 9, 1992
5 15 3275-3308: A Recovery and Management Plan for the Warner Creek Fire, by: Susan Ruhler, David Nixon, Chris McAlear, Rosana Costello, Bret Michalski
Administrative Record #3309-3393
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5 16 3309-3350: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PLAN, Submitted by: Dina Fine, Matt Koenig, Danna Lytjen, Bill Reynolds, Bill Vaughn, Doug Vetter
5 16 3351-3393: An Ecological Approach to Recovery of the Warner Creek Fire, Brian Biswell, Rob Gill, Julia Luetzelschwab, Cheshire Mayrsohn, Coulter Rose, Keith Swindle
Administrative Record #3394-3444
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5 17 3394-3444: EVALUATION AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE WARNER CREEK FIRE, OSU Interdisciplinary Team
Administrative Record #3445-3529
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5 18 3445-3529: DRAFT ANALYSIS OF SPOTTED OWL RECOVERY TEAM SALVAGE POLICY IN HABITAT CONSERVATION AREAS FOR THE WARNER CREEK FIRE
Administrative Record #3530-3541
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5 19 3530-3535: J.Boone Kauffman, Associate Professor, ltr to Terri Jones, re: Nutrient losses associated with fire, nutrient cycling, and the need to fertilize following fire February 7, 1992
5 19 3536-3539: WARNER CREEK FIRE, Research Community Tour Novemeber 21, 1991
5 19 3540-3541: MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN UNIVERSITY OF OREGON SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND ALLIED ARTS PLANNING, PUBLIC POLICY AND MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT AND OAKRIDGE RANGER DISTRICT, WILLAMETTE NATIONAL FOREST, USDA FOREST SERVICE
Administrative Record #3542-3590
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6 1 3542-3543: Listing of Business Organizations, Warner Creek Public Comments Novemeber 3, 1993
6 1 3544-3590: Listing of Individual Names, Warner Creek Public Comments Novemeber 3, 1993
Administrative Record #3591-3641
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6 2 3591: Listing of Federal Organizations, Warner Creek Public Comments Novemeber 3, 1993
6 2 3592: Listing of State Organizations, Warner Creek Public Comments Novemeber 3, 1993
6 2 3593: Listing of Universities, Warner Creek Public Comments Novemeber 3, 1993
6 2 3594: Listing of Local Organizations, Warner Creek Public Comments Novemeber 3, 1993
6 2 3595-3596: Richard E. Sanderson, Director, ltr to Terri Jones, Comments on EIS Novemeber 6, 1992
6 2 3597-3600: Charles S. Polityka, Regional Environmental Officer ltr to Darrel Kenops, Forest Supervisor, re: Comments on DEIS Decemeber 30, 1992
6 2 3601-3602: Charles W. Philpot, Station Director, ltr to Forest Supervisor, Willamette National Forest, re: Review of DEIS, Warner Fire Recovery Project January 8, 1993
6 2 3603-3610: Kathy Veit, Chief Program Coordination Branch, ltr to David Hausam, re: review of the DEIS February 19, 1993
6 2 3611-3615: Steering Group, Interagency Northern Spotted Owl Conservation Group, ltr to Regional Foresters, U.S. Forest Service, Regions 5 and 6, re: results of INSOCG Management Application Working Group Meeting February 12, 1993
6 2 3616: David Stere, Program Director, ltr to Warner Public Affairs Officer, re: Review of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Warner Fire Recovery Project November 27, 1992
6 2 3617: Bill ltr to Dear Sir, re: Alternative G January 29, 1993
6 2 3618: Bill Fisher, State Representative ltr to Warner Public Affairs Officer, re: Alternative G January 28, 1993
6 2 3619: Melissa Kirkland, Conservation Biologist, ltr to Warner Public Affairs Officer, re: review of DEIS February 2, 1993
6 2 3620-3643: Ann W. Squier, Senior Policy Advisor, ltr to Mr. Darrel L. Kenops, re: review of the draft Warner Project Environmental Impact Statement February 24, 1993
Administrative Record #3644-3694
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6 3 3644: Warren R. Weathers, Mayor ltr to Mr. David Hausam, Warner Public Affairs Officer, re: management program for the Warner Creek burn December 27, 1992
6 3 3645: Richard W. Culbertson, Mayor of Oakridge, ltr to David Hausam, re: Alternative F January 6, 1993
6 3 3646-3648: Willamette Forestry Council re DEIS comments
6 3 3649-3653: John "Buck" Russell re DEIS comments
6 3 3654-3655: J H Baxter re DEIS comments
6 3 3656-3658: Richard B. Rohl re DEIS comments
6 3 3659-3670: Northwest Forestry Association re DEIS comments
6 3 3671-3694: Sierra Club Many Rivers Group re DEIS comments
Administrative Record #3695-3741
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6 4 3695-3700: Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 4 3701-3705: Lane County Audubon Society re DEIS comments
6 4 3706-3708: Southern Willamette Earth First! re DEIS comments
6 4 3709-3710: Jerry Sedlak re DEIS comments
6 4 3711-3717: Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics re DEIS comments
6 4 3718-3721: Oregon Natural Resources Council re DEIS comments
6 4 3722-3724: Weyerhaeuser re DEIS comments
6 4 3725-3726: Timber and Wood Products Division re DEIS comments
6 4 3727-3728: Oregon Logging Conference re DEIS comments
6 4 3729-3732: The Nature Conservancy re DEIS comments
6 4 3733-3737: Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics re DEIS comments
6 4 3738: Ward Insurance Agency re DEIS comments
6 4 3739: Cedric L. Hayden, D.M.D., M.P.H re DEIS comments
6 4 3740-3741: Willamette Industries, Inc., Western Administration & Sales re DEIS comments
Administrative Record #3742-3789
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6 5 3742-3753: Survival Center, Timber Appeals Group re DEIS comments
6 5 3754: Thompson Timber Co. re DEIS comments
6 5 3755: Thompson Tree Farm re DEIS comments
6 5 3756-3757: Rosboro Lumber Company re DEIS comments
6 5 3758-3760: Save Our ecoSystems re DEIS comments
6 5 3761: Gleaves Swearingen Larson Potter Scott Smith, Attorneys at Law re DEIS comments
6 5 3762: Coupling Industrial Hose Specialist re DEIS comments
6 5 3763: Stone Forest Industries, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 5 3764-3771: The Wildlife Society Oregon Chapter re DEIS comments
6 5 3772: Hydraulic & Machine Services, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 5 3773: Modoc Lumber Co. re DEIS comments
6 5 3774: Kalen Electric & Machinery Company, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 5 3775: Spaling & Son, Inc. Lumber Manufacturers and Wholesalers re DEIS comments
6 5 3776: Hampton Resources, Inc. Lumber Manufacturers and Wholesalers re DEIS comments
6 5 3777-3778: Giustina Land & Timber Co. re DEIS comments
6 5 3779: Fir Springs Tree Farm re DEIS comments
6 5 3780: H M, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 5 3781: Tyree Oil Incorporated re DEIS comments
6 5 3782: Aderes Timber Consulting re DEIS comments
6 5 3783: McDiarmid Controls, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 5 3784: Avison Lumber Co. re DEIS comments
6 5 3785: Oregon Natural Resources Council re DEIS comments
6 5 3786: Rosboro Lumber Company re DEIS comments
6 5 3787: Third Force for Forestry re DEIS comments
6 5 3788: Herbert Lumber Co. re DEIS comments
6 5 3789: Friesen Lumber Co. re DEIS comments
Administrative Record #3790-3846
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6 6 3790: Charlott C. Corkran re DEIS comments
6 6 3791: The Travelers Realty Investment Company re DEIS comments
6 6 3792: Leonard A. Rydell, P.E., P.L.S. re DEIS comments
6 6 3793-3795: Native Plant Society of Oregon re DEIS comments
6 6 3796-3797: Starfire Lumber Co. re DEIS comments
6 6 3798-3800: Swanson Bros. Lumber Co., Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3801-3802: Obsidians, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3803: TTT Timber, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3804: DAW Forest Products Company re DEIS comments
6 6 3805: R.D. Gates Timber Co. re DEIS comments
6 6 3806-3807: T.R.E.E.S. re DEIS comments
6 6 3808: Jackson Oil Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3809-3810: WTA, Willamette Timbermen Association Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3811: Cascade Rock, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3812: Oregon State Home Builders Association re DEIS comments
6 6 3813-3814: Diamond-B Lumber Company re DEIS comments
6 6 3815: Black Hills Women in Timber re DEIS comments
6 6 3816: Douglas Timber Operators, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3817: Native Plant Society of Oregon, Emerald Chapter re DEIS comments
6 6 3818-3819: Society of American Foresters re DEIS comments
6 6 3820: Michael W.Wiedman re DEIS comments
6 6 3821: J. Davidson & Sons Construction re DEIS comments
6 6 3822-3823: Timber and Wood Products Division re DEIS comments
6 6 3824: Pape Bros., Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3825-3826: Pape Group re DEIS comments
6 6 3827-3828: DRJohnson Lumber Company re DEIS comments
6 6 3829: Hull-Oakes Lumber Company re DEIS comments
6 6 3830: Sundance Lumber Co., Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3831: Betty Woods re DEIS comments
6 6 3832: Willamette Forestry Council re DEIS comments
6 6 3833-3834: Columbia Helicopters, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3835-3838: Paul F. Ehinger & Associates re DEIS comments
6 6 3839-3840: Columbia Helicopters, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3841: Willamette Forestry Council re DEIS comments
6 6 3842: Sundance Lumber Co., Inc. re DEIS comments
6 6 3843: Betty Woods re DEIS comments
6 6 3844: Hull-Oakes Lumber Company re DEIS comments
6 6 3845-3846: DRJohnson Lumber Company re DEIS comments
Administrative Record #3847-3897
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6 7 3847: Pape Bros., Inc. re DEIS comments
6 7 3848: Pape Group re DEIS comments
6 7 3849-3850: Timber and Wood Products Division re DEIS comments
6 7 3851: J. Davidson & Sons Construction re DEIS comments
6 7 3852: Michael W.Wiedman re DEIS comments
6 7 3853-3854: Society of American Foresters re DEIS comments
6 7 3855: Native Plant Society of Oregon, Emerald Chapter re DEIS comments
6 7 3856: Douglas Timber Operators, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 7 3857: Black Hills Women in Timber re DEIS comments
6 7 3858-3859: Diamond-B Lumber Company re DEIS comments
6 7 3860: Oregon State Home Builders Association re DEIS comments
6 7 3861: Cascade Rock, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 7 3862-3863: WTA, Willamette Timbermen Association Inc. re DEIS comments
6 7 3864: Jackson Oil Inc. re DEIS comments
6 7 3865-3866: T.R.E.E.S. re DEIS comments
6 7 3867: R.D. Gates Timber Co. re DEIS comments
6 7 3868: DAW Forest Products Company re DEIS comments
6 7 3869: TTT Timber, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 7 3870-3871: Obsidians, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 7 3872-3874: A Konnie Enterprise re DEIS comments
6 7 3875-3876: Starfire Lumber Co. re DEIS comments
6 7 3877-3879: Native Plant Society of Oregon re DEIS comments
6 7 3880-3881: Leonard A. Rydell, P.E., P.L.S. re DEIS comments
6 7 3882: Charlott C. Corkran re DEIS comments
6 7 3883: Friesen Lumber Co. re DEIS comments
6 7 3884: Herbert Lumber Co. re DEIS comments
6 7 3885: Third Force for Forestry re DEIS comments
6 7 3886: Diana Murphy re DEIS comments
6 7 3887: Oregon Natural Resources Council re DEIS comments
6 7 3888: Avison Lumber Co. re DEIS comments
6 7 3889: McDiarmid Controls, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 7 3890: Aderes Timber Consulting re DEIS comments
6 7 3891: Tyree Oil Incorporated re DEIS comments
6 7 3892: H M, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 7 3893: Fir Springs Tree Farm re DEIS comments
6 7 3894-3895: Giustina Land & Timber Co. re DEIS comments
6 7 3896: Hampton Resources, Inc. Lumber Manufacturers and Wholesalers re DEIS comments
6 7 3897: Spaling & Son, Inc. Lumber Manufacturers and Wholesalers re DEIS comments
Administrative Record #3898-3953
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6 8 3898: Kalen Electric & Machinery Company, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 8 3899: Modoc Lumber Co. re DEIS comments
6 8 3900: Hydraulic & Machine Services, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 8 3901-3908: The Wildlife Society Oregon Chapter re DEIS comments
6 8 3909: Stone Forest Industries, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 8 3910: Coupling Industrial Hose Specialist re DEIS comments
6 8 3911: Gleaves Swearingen Larson Potter Scott Smith, Attorneys at Law re DEIS comments
6 8 3912-3913: Save Our ecoSystems re DEIS comments
6 8 3914: Save Our ecoSystems re DEIS comments
6 8 3915-3916: Rosboro Lumber Company re DEIS comments
6 8 3917: Thompson Tree Farm re DEIS comments
6 8 3918: Thompson Timber Co. re DEIS comments
6 8 3919-3930: Survival Center, Timber Appeals Group re DEIS comments
6 8 3931-3932: Willamette Industries, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 8 3933: Cedric L. Hayden, D.M.D., M.P.H re DEIS comments
6 8 3934: Ward Insurance Agency re DEIS comments
6 8 3935-3939: Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics re DEIS comments
6 8 3940-3943: The Nature Conservancy re DEIS comments
6 8 3944-3945: Oregon Logging Conference re DEIS comments
6 8 3946-3947: Boise Cascade Timber and Wood Products Division re DEIS comments
6 8 39487: Boise Cascade re DEIS comments
6 8 3949-3951: Weyerhaeuser re DEIS comments
6 8 3952-3953: Weyerhaeuser re DEIS comments
Administrative Record #3954-4021
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6 9 3954-3958: Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics re DEIS comments
6 9 3959-3962: Oregon Natural Resources Council re DEIS comments
6 9 3963-3964: Jerry Sedlak re DEIS comments
6 9 3965-3968: Southern Willamette Earth First! re DEIS comments
6 9 3969-3991: Comments of the Sierra Club re DEIS comments
6 9 3992: Sierra Club re DEIS comments
6 9 3993-3997: Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 9 3998-4001: Lane County Audubon Society re DEIS comments
6 9 4002-4013: Northwest Forestry Association re DEIS comments
6 9 4014: Swanson-Superior Forest Products, Inc. re DEIS comments
6 9 4015-4016: JBaxter re DEIS comments
6 9 4017: Coopers & Lybrand re DEIS comments
6 9 4018: John "Buck" Russell re DEIS comments
6 9 4019-4021: Willamette Forestry Council re DEIS comments
Administrative Record #4022-4070
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6 10 4022-4023: Mark E. Harmon, Oregon State University, ltr to Kenops, Forest Supervisor re: review Draft Environmental Impact Statement November 10, 1992
6 10 4024-4070: Individual Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement
(See AR 3544-3590 for alphabetical listing of all individual commenters)
Administrative Record #4071-4510
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6 11-20 4071-4510: Individual Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement
(See AR 3544-3590 for alphabetical listing of all individual commenters)
Administrative Record #4511-5472
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7 1-18 4511-5472: Individual Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement
(See AR 3544-3590 for alphabetical listing of all individual commenters)
Administrative Record #5473-6539
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8 1-12 5473-5990: Individual Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement
(See AR 3544-3590 for alphabetical listing of all individual commenters)
8 13 5991-5999: Individual Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement
(See AR 3544-3590 for alphabetical listing of all individual commenters)
8 13 6000-6007: Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Warner Fire Recovery, Charlie Ogle, Member, Warner Project PPG February 11, 1993
8 13 6008-6031: Individual Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement
(See AR 3544-3590 for alphabetical listing of all individual commenters)
8 14-17 6032-6539: Individual Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement
(See AR 3544-3590 for alphabetical listing of all individual commenters)
Administrative Record #6540-7492
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9 1-4 6540-6902: Individual Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement
(See AR 3544-3590 for alphabetical listing of all individual commenters)
9 5 6903-6913: Individual Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement
(See AR 3544-3590 for alphabetical listing of all individual commenters)
9 5 6914-6924: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 1-Reforestation February 17, 1993
9 5 6925-6945: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 2-Soils February 17, 1993
9 6 6946-6987: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 3-Owls and Owl Habitat February 17, 1993
9 7 6988-7010: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 3-Owls and Owl Habitat February 17, 1993
9 7 7011-7027: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 4-Owls and Owl Large Scale Dist. February 17, 1993
9 8 7028-7042: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 5-Biodiversity February 17, 1993
9 8 7043-7069: Letters with Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments February 26, 1993
9 9 7070: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 7-Eugene to Crest February 17, 1993
9 9 7071-7072: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 8-Roadless February 17, 1993
9 9 7073-7074: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 9-T,E and Sensitive Species February 17, 1993
9 9 7075: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 10-Elk February 17, 1993
9 9 7076-7081: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 11-Water Quality February 17, 1993
9 9 7082: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 12-Old Growth February 17, 1993
9 9 7083: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 15-Scenic Quality February 17, 1993
9 9 7084-7090: Letters with Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments, ISSUE 11-WATER QUALITY February 26, 1993
9 9 7091-7113: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 16-Economics February 17, 1993
9 10 7114-7151: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 16-Economics February 17, 1993
9 11 7152-7199: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 1-Outside Scope-Arson February 17, 1993
9 12 7200: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issues 1-2 February 17, 1993
9 12 7201: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 2 Outside Scope-Fire Supp. February 17, 1993
9 12 7202: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 4 Outside Scope-Category 3 HCA February 17, 1993
9 12 7203: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 6 Outside Scope-Delay from Analysis February 17, 1993
9 12 7204: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 7 Outside Scope-Below Cost Salvage February 17, 1993
9 12 7205: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue 9 Outside Scope-Safety February 17, 1993
9 12 7206: Letters with Substantive Comments, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Issue Outside Scope March 8, 1993
9 12 7207-7217: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Purpose and Need February 17, 1993
9 12 7218-7234: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Process February 17, 1993
9 13 7235-7282: Comments by Comment Category, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: Process February 17, 1993
9 14 7283-7325: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues Outside Scope (1-9), Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 1 OUTSIDE SCOPE-ARSON March 1, 1993
9 15 7326: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues Outside Scope (1-9), Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 4 OUTSIDE SCOPE-CATEGORY 3 HCA March 1, 1993
9 15 7327-7328: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues Outside Scope (1-9), Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 6 OUTSIDE SCOPE-DELAY FROM ANALYSIS March 1, 1993
9 15 7329: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues Outside Scope (1-9), Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 9 OUTSIDE SCOPE-SAFETY March 1, 1993
9 15 7330-7342: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Purpose and Need, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: PURPOSE AND NEED March 1, 1993
9 15 7343-7365: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Purpose and Need, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: PROCESS March 1, 1993
9 16 7366-7376: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 1-REFORESTATION
9 16 7377-7382: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 2-SOILS
9 16 7383-7395: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 3-OWLS AND OWL HABITAT
9 16 7396-7408: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 4-OWLS AND OWL LARGE SCALE DIST.
9 17 7409-7416: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 5-BIODIVERSITY
9 17 7417-7429: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 6-RESEARCH
9 17 7430-7432: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 8-ROADLESS
9 17 7433: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments. Comment Category: ISSUE 10-ELK
9 17 7434-7436: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments, Comment Category: ISSUE 11-WATER QUALITY
9 17 7437-7438: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments, Comment Category: ISSUE 15-SCENIC QUALITY
9 17 7439-7449: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments, Comment Category: ISSUE 16-ECONOMICS
9 18 7450-7492: Letters with NON-Substantive Comments Relating to Issues 1-16, Warner Creek Public Comments, Comment Category: ISSUE 16-ECONOMICS
Administrative Record #7493-8579
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10 1 7493-7496: Comments on the Regeneration Issue #1
10 1 7497-7501: Response to public comments - Issue #2 - Soils
10 1 7502-7511: Comments on the Owl Habitat Issue 3
10 1 7512-7521: Response to public comments - Issue #4
10 1 7522-7525: Issue #5 - Ecosystem Diversity/Function
10 1 7526-7530: Public comments and Responses to Issue #6 - Research
10 1 7531: Comments on the Eugene-to-Crest Issue 7
10 1 7532: Comments on Roadless Issue 8
10 1 7533-7534: Comments on the T, E & Sensitive Species Issue 9
10 1 7535: Comments on the Elk Issue 10
10 1 7536-7538: Comments on the Water Quality Issue 11
10 1 7539: Comments on the Old Growth Issue 12
10 1 7540: Comments on the Pacific Yew Issue 13
10 1 7541: Comments on the Air Quality Issue 14
10 1 7542: Comments on the Scenic Quality Issue 15
10 1 7543-7547: Public comments and Responses to Issue #16 - Socioeconomic
10 1 7548-7550: Comments on the Outside Scope Issue; Group One, Issue Outside the Scope - Arson, Fire Suppression, #2, Pileated/Marten Habitat, #3
10 1 7551-7570: Comments on the Outside Scope Issue; Group Two
10 2 7571-7600: Summary of Comments and Responses on the Warner Fire Recovery Project DEIS
10 2 7601-7610: Warner Public Comment Content Analysis January 22, 1993
10 2 7611-7620: City/State Respondent Information, Warner Creek Public Comments February 26, 1993
10 2 7621-7624: Number of Substantive Comments Received by Letter Number, Warner Creek Public Comments February 26, 1993
10 2 7625-7630: Comment Category Information by Category, SUBSTANTIVE COMMENTS ONLY, Warner Creek Public Comments March 1, 1993
10 2 7631-7634: Alternative Preference Info. for Letters with Substantive Comments, Warner Creek Public Comments February 26, 1993
10 2 7635-7637: Letters with Substantive Comments but NO Alternative Preference for business, Federal, State, Univ., and Local Organizations, Warner Creek Public Comments February 26, 1993
10 2 7638-7640: Warner Creek Public Comments February 26, 1993
10 3 7641-7656: Warner Creek Public Comments February 26, 1993
10 3 7657-7668: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Ms. Merrilee Peay, Yellow Ribbon Coalition re: FOIA request December 14, 1993
10 3 7669-7670: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Mr. Jonathan Proctor, Southern Willamette Earth First! re FOIA request February 18, 1993
10 3 7671: James H. Minogue, G.I.S. Coordinator ltr to John D. Kushla re: maps February 17, 1993
10 3 7672: John D. Kushla, Oregon State University ltr to Jim Minogue re: mylar map February 9, 1993
10 3 7673: Jonathan Proctor, Southern Willamette Earth First! ltr to District Ranger, Oakridge Ranger District re FOIA request
10 3 7674-7676: John D. Kushla, Oregon State University ltr to Charles Martin re: mortality map January 21, 1993
10 3 7677-7678: John E. Lowe, Regional Forester ltr to Erika Zavaleta, AFSEEE re: FOIA request January 14, 1993
10 3 7679-7680: Terri L. Jones ltr to Mr. Charlie Ogle re: FOIA request December 11, 1992
10 4 7681-7685: Mike McCabe ltr to Dr. Rhoda M. Love, Dr. Glen A. Love re: maps December 3, 1992
10 4 7686-7687: Ar Feagles ltr to Willamette National Forest re FOIA December 18, 1992
10 4 7688: Mark Wigg note to Terri L. Jones re FOIA request December 1, 1992
10 4 7689-7690: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Erika Zavaleta, AFSEEE re FOIA request November 24, 1992
10 4 7691-7755: Charlie Ogle, Sierra Club, Many Rivers Group ltr to Willamette National Forest re FOIA October 27, 1992
10 4 7756-7757: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Eric Jones re FOIA request December 3, 1991
10 5 7758: Petition, Forest Party Initiative
10 5 7759: Petition, River Road School, 5-6th Grades
10 5 7760-7800: Warner Creek Salvage Petition, The Yellow Ribbon Coalition
10 6-7 7801-8091: Warner Creek Salvage Petition, The Yellow Ribbon Coalition
10 8 8092: Comment Sheet, Steve Akehurst
10 8 8093-8094: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Susan Applegate May 13, 1992
10 8 8095: Comment Sheet, Jim Baker
10 8 8096: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, David C. Hausam ltr to Baxter December 9, 1992
10 8 8097: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, David C. Hausam ltr to Chris Bockert August 4, 1992
10 8 8098: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR KENA YOUNG, SHIRLEY F. BOTTOMS to K.Young re WARNER ALTERNATIVES August 26, 1992
10 8 8099: David C. Hausam ltr to Steve Briggs June 1, 1992
10 8 8100: Comment Sheet, Gary Buss
10 8 8101-8104: Comments on the Warner Project, Bob Case
10 8 8105: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR KENA YOUNG, Caroline Cavanagh to KENA YOUNG:R06F18D08A re Reply to a reply: Newsletter June 25, 1992
10 8 8106: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR KENA YOUNG, Caroline Cavanagh:R06F10D08A to KENA YOUNG:R06F18D08A re Reply to: NEWSLETTERS June 29, 1992
10 8 8107: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, David C. Hausam ltr to Cat Coehn July 21, 1992
10 8 8108-8110: Comment Sheet, Michael Cooper
10 8 8111-8112: Jennie L. Connel ltr to Warner Creek Recovery Team December 28, 1991
10 8 8113: Comment Sheet, Douglas Crandall
10 8 8114: Comment Sheet, Gordon Culbertson
10 8 8115-8121: Terri Jones ltr to Jerald Davidson, Warner Fire burned within a Habitat Conservation Area (HCA 0-10) January 16, 1992
10 8 8122: Comments on Forest Plan Guarantee, D A Eldridge July 1992
10 8 8123-8131: Barbara Emashowski ltr to Darrel Kenops August 11, 1992
10 8 8132: Comment Sheet, Tom Fenel
10 8 8133-8134: David C. Hausam ltr to John Fostes October 7, 1992
10 9 8135-8138: Terri Jones ltr to Russ Fryburg March 20, 1992
10 9 8139: Comment Sheet, Mike Graney
10 9 8140-8143: Jim Greene ltr to John E. Lowe, Hal Salwasser, Dale Robertson, Peter DeFazio re: replace Kenops November 6, 1992
10 9 8144-8146: Terri Jones ltr to Mike Groben re: encourage salvage February 11, 1992
10 9 8147-8151: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Steve Haye re: salvage logging January 24, 1992
10 9 8152-8153: Doug Heiken ltr to Terri Jones re: Thank you for the GIS meeting February 10, 1992
10 9 8154-8155: Terri Jones ltr to Steve Hayentz re: Habitat Conservation Area January 16, 1992
10 9 8156-8159: Ed Hoover ltr to Terri Jones re: thank you for conducting public meeting tour August 6, 1992
10 9 8160-8161: Cooperative Agreement
10 9 8162-8163: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Boyd Iverson re: concern for game animals May 4, 1992
10 9 8164-8168: P. Kelly ltr to Oakridge Ranger District re: salvage December 1991
10 9 8169-8170: Comment Sheet, Catia Juliana
10 9 8171: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, David C. Hausam ltr to Jennifer King re: Warner Fire Recovery Project October 1, 1992
10 9 8172-8181: Boone Kauffman ltr to Terry [i.e. Terri] Jones re: questions about nutrient loss February 7, 1992
10 9 8182: Comment Sheet, Matthew Kertesz
10 9 8183-8184: Matt Koenig ltr to Terri Jones re: Warner Creek Fire Recovery mailing list March 17, 1992
10 9 8185-8190: Terri L. Jones ltr to James E. Larson re: thank you for letter February 14, 1992
10 9 8191-8196: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Konrad Lohner re: thank you for letter January 24, 1992
10 9 8197: Rhoda and Glen A. Lowe ltr to Darrel Kenops re: decision on Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project March 5, 1992
10 10 8198: Comment Sheet, Mike McCrady
10 10 8199-8200: Comment Sheet, Glenn Meares
10 10 8201-8203: B. T. Steele ltr to Ross Mickey re: thank you for interest February 3, 1993
10 10 8204-8211: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Carey H. Moffett re: thank you for letter January 24, 1992
10 11 8212: Experience the Willamette, Martin & Florens Montgomery
10 11 8213: Comment Sheet, Warren W. Monroe
10 11 8214: Comment Sheet, Bonnie Morgan
10 11 8215-8220: Terri Jones ltr to Theodore C. Neef re: Habitat Conservation Area January 16, 1992
10 11 8221-8249: Oakridge Elementary School, 3rd Grade October 1991
10 11 8250-8251: John Agar ltr to Charlie Ogle, Sierra Club re: request for information November 17, 1992
10 11 8252: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR KENA YOUNG, ERIC A. ORNBERG to K.Young re Warner Comments August 23, 1992
10 12 8253-8256: Terri Jones ltr to David L. Penegor re: salvage March 23, 1992
10 12 8268: Comment Sheet, Ron Phillips
10 12 8269: Terri Jones ltr to Jean Plaisance re: initial rehabilitation March 3, 1992
10 12 8270: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR KENA YOUNG, KATE L. RAISATE to Kena Young re: Reply to: Preferred Alternative August 26, 1992
10 12 8271: Terri Jones ltr to Bernie Roberts re: hosting a field trip July 1, 1992
10 12 8272-8273: Terri Jones ltr to Jean Plaisance re: initial rehabilitation March 3, 1992
10 12 8274-8275: Warren S. Roberts ltr to Dave Hausam re: opportunity to meet February 17, 1992
10 12 8276: Ed Sayert, MD note to Ms. Jones November 29, 1991
10 12 8277: WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, David C. Hausam ltr to Marsi Smith re: comments on DEIS December 11, 1992
10 12 8278-8299: Thank You for Saving our Forest, Sweet Home, OR 1st grade November 1991
10 13 8300-8301: Kay Tira ltr to Terri Jones re: encourage to salvage January 27, 1992
10 13 8302: Unidentified
10 13 8303: David C. Hausam ltr to Leonard Vaglia re: name on mailing list June 1, 1992
10 13 8304-8305: Comment Sheet, Tom Varley
10 13 8306: Experience the Willamette, R.F. (Bob) Watson
10 13 8307-8316: Jerold ltr to Terri re: trail link May 31, 1992
10 13 8317-8318: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to John Williams re: mailing lists November 26, 1991
10 13 8319: Comment Sheet, Ken Wright
10 13 8320-8321: Aerial Forest Management Foundation correspondence
10 13 8322-8323: A.G. Crook Company correspondence
10 13 8324-8328: Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc. correspondence
10 13 8329: Oregon Hunters Association correspondence
10 13 8330-8330a: Commercial Thinning Systems, Inc. correspondence
10 13 8331-8332: C & D Lumber Company correspondence
10 13 8333-8334: Columbia Helicopters correspondence
10 13 8335-8338: Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc. correspondence
10 13 8339-8342: C & D Lumber Company correspondence
10 14 8343-8348: Columbia Helicopters correspondence
10 14 8349: Commercial Thinning Systems, Inc. correspondence
10 14 8350-8360: D. R. Johnson Lumber Company correspondence
10 14 8361-8368: Eugene to Pacific Crest Trail, Sierra Club correspondence
10 14 8369-8372: Forest Innovative Research Technology Center
10 14 8373-8375: Hull-Oaks Lumber Company correspondence
10 14 8376-8377: KLE Enterprises correspondence
10 14 8378: Landau Associates, Inc. correspondence
10 14 8379-8380: Lane County correspondence
10 15 8381-8391: Lane County Audubon Society correspondence
10 15 8392-8397: Mountain States Legal Foundation correspondence
10 15 8398-8403: Emerald Chapter Native Plant Society of ORE correspondence
10 15 8404-8411: The Nature Conservancy correspondence
10 15 8412-8422: State Land Board
10 15 8423-8427: Northwest Forestry Association correspondence
10 15 8428: Mountain States Legal Foundation correspondence
10 15 8429: Northwest Forestry Association correspondence
10 15 8430-8432: Northwest Reforestation Contractors Association correspondence
10 15 8433-8437: Obsidians correspondence
10 16 8438-8444: Oregon Forest Products Transportation Association correspondence
10 16 8445-8453: Oregon Hunters Association correspondence
10 16 8454-8470: Oregon Natural Resources Council correspondence
10 16 8471-8472: P&M Cedar Products, Inc. correspondence
10 16 8473: Public Forestry Foundation Association correspondence
10 16 8474-8475: LA 489/589 Final Review, Ribe/Greene Winter 1992
10 16 8476: R&B King Logging, Inc. correspondence
10 16 8477-8480: Rosboro Lumber Company correspondence
10 17 8481-8487: Rosboro Lumber Company correspondence
10 17 8488: Shorty Cambell Logging correspondence
10 17 8489-8504: Sierra Club correspondence
10 17 8505-8518: Society of American Foresters correspondence
10 17 8519-8531: Tilth, Inc. correspondence
10 18 8532: Waldo Wilderness Council correspondence
10 18 8533: Wilderness Society correspondence
10 18 8534-8558: Willamette Forestry Council correspondence
10 18 8559-8564: WTA Willamette Timbermen Association, Inc. correspondence
10 18 8565-8573: Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Warner Creek Alternative Position August 7, 1992
10 18 8574-8579: Zip-O-Log Mills, Inc. correspondence
Administrative Record #8580-9546
Box
Folder
11 1 8580-8582: Kushla late correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8583: Fred C. Schmidt correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8584: Sincerely for the Forest correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8585-8586: Petition for Alternative EF
11 1 8587: Anderson correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8588-8589: Beeley correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8590-8591: Benedict correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8592: Commlus correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8593-8594: Tim Jeffereries correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8595-8596: Bob Jones, Teri Jones correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8597-8598: Lane County Audubon Society correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8599: Oregon State University correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8600: Rhoda and Glen A. Lowe correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8601: Department of Biology correspondence re DEIS comment
11 1 8602-8620: The Nature Conservancy correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8621-8623: Charles Ogle correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8624: Gary E. Rayor correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8625-8626: Peter DeFazio correspondence re DEIS comment to Gary E. Rayor
11 2 8627-8628: John Savarine correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8629: Mark Sigel correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8630-8631: Society of American Foresters correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8632: Laerzy correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8634-8635: Talpai correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8636-8641: G. A. Thompson correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8642-8650: Lionel Treepanier, without prejudice correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8651-8653: David C. Hausam correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8654: Michael White correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8655-8656: Bill Wilson correspondence re DEIS comment
11 2 8657: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY from TERRI L. JONES re Warner Project
11 2 8658: Charley Martin telephone notes with Tom Atzet December 13, 1993
11 2 8659: Charley Martin telephone notes with Francis Mohr December 9, 1993
11 3 8660-8676: Warner Fire Recovery Project Telephone Contacts (10/24/92-9/24/93) December 3, 1991 [i.e. 1993]
11 3 8677: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR DAVID C. HAUSAM, MARY A. BUYSTEDT to D.Kenops re: Phone Call from Clarine Manning May 6, 1993
11 3 8678: Tim Bailey telephone notes with Boone Kaufman April 27, 1993
11 3 8679: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR ROBERT L. BARSTAD, Darrel Kenops:R06F18A to Orville Grossarth:R6/PNW re: Reply to: Phone Call-Jim Green-McKenzie Bridge May 6, 1993
11 3 8680: Warner Fire Recovery Project contact record sheet Joe Burns December 2, 1992
11 3 8681: Warner Fire Recovery Project contact record sheet, Richard Nahman November 1992
11 3 8682: To Terri from DAVID C. HAUSAM, re No Action alternative August 5, 1992
11 3 8683: Public Contact Record Sheet, Ross Mickey, Mike Sullivan May 28, 1992
11 3 8684: Public Contact Record Sheet, Julie Stangell May 28, 1992
11 3 8685: Julie Stangell message sheet
11 3 8686: Public Contact Record Sheet, Charliey Ogle April 24, 1992
11 3 8687: Public Contact Record Sheet, Shelly Strom, Diana (Marie April 21, 1992
11 3 8687: Public Contact Record Sheet, Diana (Marie Fraser's office) April 21, 1992
11 3 8688: Public Contact Record Sheet, Bob Linsday April 13, 1992
11 3 8689: Public Contact Record Sheet, Charliey Ogle, Sierra Club April 1, 1992
11 3 8690: Public Contact Record Sheet, Merilee Peay March 23, 1992
11 3 8691: Public Contact Record Sheet, Vicki Quiroz March 16, 1992
11 3 8692: Public Contact Record Sheet, Jeff Beady March 6, 1992
11 3 8693: Public Contact Record Sheet, Art Farley March 6, 1992
11 3 8694: Public Contact Record Sheet, Charley [i.e. Charlie] Ogle March 5, 1992
11 3 8695: Public Contact Record Sheet, David Vitelle March 4, 1992
11 3 8696: MESSAGE DISPLAY from Bob Leonard to BoD, T.Jones, D.Hausam, D.K., JN, TS re Key Issues March 4, 1992
11 3 8697: Warner Creek Recover DEIS discussion points February 25, 1993
11 3 8698: Public Contact Record Sheet, Beck Ream February 19, 1992
11 3 8699: Public Contact Record Sheet, Cynthia Scheele February 18, 1992
11 3 8700: Public Contact Record Sheet, Tom Adams February 12, 1992
11 4 8701: DARREL L. KENOPS ltr to All Willamette National Forest employees re Warner Creek Recovery Project February 12, 1992
11 4 8702: MESSAGE DISPLAY FROM DAVID C. HAUSAM, DAVID C. HAUSAM to Marianne re: Art Farley, Lane County Audubon Society January 31, 1992
11 4 8703: Public Contact Record Sheet, Jim Redden January 22, 1992
11 4 8704-8705: Warner Fire Recovery List of correspondence January 21-January 23 (year not listed)
11 4 8706: Public Contact Record Sheet, WTA January 16, 1992
11 4 8707-8708: Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project Update for WTA breakfast meeting January 15, 1992
11 4 8709: Public Contact Record Sheet, Wayne Elson January 14, 1992
11 4 8710: Public Contact Record Sheet, Boone Kaufman January 9, 1992
11 4 8710: Public Contact Record Sheet, Jennifer Cornell January 16, 1991 [i.e. 1992]
11 4 8711: Public Contact Record Sheet, Bob Case and Bob Lindsay WFC December 18, 1991
11 4 8712: Public Contact Record Sheet, Lou Torres December 17, 1991
11 4 8713: Public Contact Record Sheet, Kelly Warren December 13, 1991
11 4 8714: Public Contact Record Sheet, Jeff Stier December 12, 1991
11 4 8715: Public Contact Record Sheet, Roy Keene November 22, 1991
11 4 8716: The Register-Guard, Agency ignoring rules to log Warner January 13, 1994
11 4 8717: Video tapes of various Eugene and Portland news casts covering the Warner Creek Fire and the Warner Recovery Project
11 4 8718: Eugene Weekly, Warner Creek Recovery Plan December 23, 1993
11 4 8719: The Register-Guard, Warner Creek plan good step, but leaves questions unresolved December 21, 1993
11 4 8720-8721: The Runoff, Final Warner Creek fire recovery plan will allow "salvage" of 9 million board-feet of timber January 1993
11 4 8722: The Register-Guard, Both sides snipe at Warner Creek plan
11 4 8723-8724: Warner Creek Fire Ecology Tour July 23-July 25 (no year listed)
11 4 8725-8726: Recovering Spotted Owl Habitat
11 4 8727: Forest Service Announces Final Warner Creek Recovery Plan
11 4 8728-8729: The Runoff, Forest Service announces plan to salvage log in the Warner Creek Area November 1993
11 4 8730: Warner Creek burn needs a salvage plan not 'let it rot' policy
11 4 8731: The Register-Guard, Reduce fire risk January 26, 1993
11 4 8732: The Register-Guard, Loggers allege Warner Creek ethics breach
11 4 8733: The Register-Guard, Review team rips Warner Creek Plan
11 4 8734: The Sunday Oregonian, Fate of trees in arson area debated January 3, 1993
11 4 8735-8736: Controversy over Warner fire area rages on
11 4 8737: The Register-Guard, Editorial, Warner Creek challenge December 20, 1992
11 4 8738: The Register-Guard, Incentive for arson December 9, 1992
11 4 8739: The Register-Guard, Opinion Section, Further compromise of owl habitat won't solve problem December 9, 1992
11 4 8740: The Register-Guard, Salvage burned timber December 3, 1992
11 4 8740: The Register-Guard, Timber left to rot December 2, 1992
11 5 8741: "No Action" no good
11 5 8742-8743: The Register-Guard, City/Region, Logging proposal in owl preserve October 28, 1992
11 5 8744-8745: The Register-Guard, City/Region, Forester's logging plan defies own advisers October 29, 1992
11 5 8746: The Oregonian, Salvage logging proposal hit by ecologists October 29, 1992
11 5 8747: The Register-Guard, Owl counts prompt call for logging December 14, 1992
11 5 8748-8755: Willamenews March 1993
11 5 8756: The Oregonian, Fire area could yield benefits December 23, 1992
11 5 8757: Burned area restored
11 5 8758: The Register-Guard, Team criticizes salvage plan January 13, 1993
11 5 8759: The Oregonian, Proposal on logging contradicts owl plan January 13, 1993
11 5 8760: The News Review, Dead timber December 18, 1992
11 5 8761: Credibility damaged
11 5 8762: Dead Mountain Echo, City Council asks for input on Warner Creek fire recovery plan December 16, 1992
11 5 8763: Dead Mountain Echo, Kenops briefs Chamber on Warner Creek Fire plan
11 5 8764: The Oregonian, Warner Creek fire laid to arson December 5, 1992
11 5 8765: Stateman Journal, Opinion, Decision to harvest burn ignores scientific evidence November 1, 1992
11 5 8766: Dead Mountain Echo, Fire recovery plan could mean jobs November 4, 1992
11 5 8767: Ran, The Willamette National Forest is hosting a tour of the Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project November 12, 1992
11 5 8768: Warner Creek burn needs a salvage plan not 'let it rot' policy
11 5 8769: The Register-Guard, Indecision devastating August 4, 1992
11 5 8770: The Register-Guard, Let nature restore Warner Creek burn September 15, 1992
11 5 8771: Hasten healing of burned area by managing
11 5 8772: The Register-Guard, Spotted owl combatants look at this alternative April 22, 1992
11 5 8773: Agency allows harvesting of mushrooms in fire area
11 5 8774: The Register-Guard, Packwood backs logging of burned area April 16, 1992
11 5 8775: The Register-Guard, Opportunity for study April 9, 1992
11 5 8776: The Register-Guard, Wise use is possible March 14, 1992
11 5 8777: The Register-Guard, Forest officials plan yearlong study of fire area
11 5 8778-8779: The Register-Guard, Salvaging burn area a hot topic March 6, 1992
11 5 8780: The Register-Guard, Warner Creek requires cautious planning February 26, 1992
11 5 8781: The Register-Guard, Restore balance February 21, 1992
11 5 8782: The Register-Guard, Salvage burned timber February 18, 1992
11 5 8783: The Register-Guard, Forest Service offers field tour of Enchanted Valley February 18, 1992
11 6 8784: The Register-Guard, Salvage dead timber February 11, 1992
11 6 8785: The Register-Guard, Don't allow fire salvage until studies completed February --, 1992
11 6 8786: The Register-Guard, Timber group urges salvage of burn area January 24, 1992
11 6 8787: The Register-Guard, Warner Creek burn needs a salvage plan not 'let it rot' policy January 31, 1992
11 6 8788: The Register-Guard, Concern is legitimate January 12, 1992
11 6 8789: Dead Mountain Echo, Commentary, somewhere along the way common horse sense got lost December 11, 1991
11 6 8790: Dead Mountain Echo, Fire recovery will take time, project leader says December 11, 1991
11 6 8791: Dead Mountain Echo, Commentary, somewhere along the way common horse sense got lost December 11, 1991
11 6 8792-8793: What's Happening, Warner Creek Fire Debate Ignited
11 6 8794: The Register-Guard, Forest fire leaves erosion danger October 30, 1991
11 6 8795: Dead Mountain Echo, Forest Service seeds 3,000 acres November 20, 1991
11 6 8796: The Register-Guard, Pro-industry group demands reprimand October 29, 1991
11 6 8797-8798: Warner Creek Fire Ecology Tour July 23-July 25 (no year listed)
11 6 8799: Warner Creek no-salvage optition floated
11 6 8800: Groups want to study burned forest area
11 6 8801: Warner Creek: Let nature be nature
11 6 8802-8827: Ingalsbee ltr to Hausam re Alt. EF February 15, 1993
11 6 8828: Dickman ltr to Hausam re: Alt EF February 9, 1993
11 6 8829-8830: Questions for Alt. Development May 11, 1992
11 6 8831-8840: Tim Bailey, documentation of conversation with Dr. Boone Kauffman April 27, 1993
11 7 8841-8842: Tim Ingalsbee comments Alt EF June 14, 1993
11 7 8843-8847: Alternative EF: Ecology of fire
11 7 8848-8851: Meeting notes June 17, 1993
11 7 8852-8853: Alt. EF comments June 24, 1993
11 7 8854: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR DAVID C. HAUSAM, TERRI L. JONES to WARNER STAFF re Forwarded: Tim Ingalsbee session June 24, 1993
11 7 8855-8860: Why EF would be beneficial for owls May 20, 1993
11 7 8861-8871: Meeting attendees May 18, 1993
11 7 8872: T. Ingalsbee, developing EF May 3, 1993
11 7 8873: T. Ingalsbee, meeting-Eugene April 23, 1993
11 7 8874: T. Ingalsbee, Phone call April 8, 1993
11 7 8875-8877: EF mtg. July 13, 1993
11 7 8878-8891: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Jim Green, Tim Ingalsbee, Catia Juliana re Warner Creek Letter of Intent June 4, 1993
11 8 8892-8893: Timothy Ingalsbee to the Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project IDT
11 8 8894-8911: Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project, a Citizen Alternative
11 8 8912-8914: Julie Stangell correspondence on DEIS
11 8 8915-8941: Douglas Project/DEMO Project and research in Warner area June 4, 1993
11 9 8942-8944: Northern Spotted Owl Recovery Team ltr to Dr. Steven Courtney December 3, 1992
11 9 8945-8946: Doug Robertson, Lee Coonce ltr to Steve McDonald November 10, 1992
11 9 8947-8948: Northwest Ecosystem Management Jobs and the Environment, A New Agenda for the Nortwest December 1992
11 9 8949-8952: Harvesting Cutting Studies
11 9 8953-8955: Executive Summary, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Area Availability and Design Considerations
11 9 8956-8958: Douglas Project Implementation for Lowe and Bibles on the ground work which can start immediately November 23, 1992
11 9 8959-8967: Merline Carter ltr to Meeting Participants re Notes from the PNW Ecosystem Scientific Coordination Committee, 12/4/92 December 9, 1992
11 9 8967a-8967h: Bob Barstad ltr to Wayne Elson re FEIS March 28, 1994
11 9 8968-8969: Kathy Veit ltr to David Hausam re DEIS February 19, 1993
11 9 8970: Al Johnson ltr to Wayne Elson re FEIS January 4, 1993
11 9 8971-8977: Kathy Veit ltr to Darrel Kenops re FEIS November 23, 1993
11 9 8978: Phil Mattson ltr to Director Office of Environmental Review re FEIS October 12, 1993
11 9 8979: Phil Mattson ltr to Chief re Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project, FEIS/ROD Willamette NF, Oregon October 12, 1993
11 9 8980-8981: Richard E. Sanderson ltr to Terri Jones re EIS November 6, 1992
11 9 8982-8992: David C. Hausam ltr to Ronald A. Lee, Chief re scoping comments August 4, 1992
11 10 8993-9000: Russell D. Peterson ltr to Patricia C. Greenlee re informal consultation October 7, 1993
11 10 9001-9002: Warner Project Notes January 29, 1993
11 10 9003-9010: Steering Group, Interagency Northern Spotted Owl Conservation Group ltr to Regional Foresters, U.S. Forest Service, Region 5 and 6, Portland, Oregon and San Francisco, California re Results of INSOCG Management Applications Working Group Meeting February 12, 1993
11 10 9011-9012: USFWS agenda September 11, 1992
11 10 9013-9022: B. T. Steele ltr to EA FILES re Erosion control check dams May 8, 1992
11 10 9023-9029: Owen L. Schmidt ltr to Richard Fairbank, IDT Leader re Warner Project EIS draft Chapter 1; Your Request of August 20, 1992 September 1, 1992
11 11 9030: Jocelyn B. Somers ltr to David Charles Hausam re Warner Creek Fire EIS June 23, 1992
11 11 9031-9034: Owen L. Schmidt ltr to Jocelyn B. Somers re Warner Fire Project; Purpose and Need June 23, 1992
11 11 9035: David Charles Hausam ltr to Jocelyn B. Somers re EIS June 11, 1992
11 11
*Missing on Delivery of Collection*
11 11 9037-9038: Spirit Salvage Timber Sale, Warner Creek Fire Salvage Sales October 26, 1993
11 11 9039: Screening for Late Successional Reserves: Spirit Salvage Timber Sale, Warner Creek Fire Salvage Sales October 18, 1993
11 11 9040: Notes from Terri Jones re FEMAT
11 11 9041: Flow Chart
11 11 9042-9045: MESSAGE SCAN FOR ALLEN L. BROWN, BOB LEONARD: R06F18A to A.BROWN:0A re: Forwarded: re SIGNED LETTER October 13, 1993
11 11 9046-9054: INSOCG Projects March 4, 1994
11 11 9055: Kenneth E. Denton ltr to Regional Foresters, Region 5 and 6, Station Directors, PNW and PSW re Northern Spotted Owl Oversight Team and Steering Committee Final Decisions(s) -- Warner Fire Recovery Project January 14, 1993
11 11 9056-9064: L. Kent Mays ltr to Regional Foresters, Region 5 and 6, Station Directors, PNW and PSW re Owl Oversight Team Recommendation -- Warner Fire Recovery Project December 29, 1992
11 11 9065: John E. Lowe ltr to Northern Spotted Owl Oversight Team re Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project (Regional Technical Review Team Question) November 19, 1992
11 11 9066-9068: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Regional Forester (R6) through Regional Technical Review Team November 6, 1992
11 11 9069-9070: John E. Lowe ltr to Forest Supervisors, Deschutes, Gifford Pinchot, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie, Mt. Hood, Okanogan, Olympic, Rogue River, Siskiyou, Siuslaw, Umpqua, Wenatchee, Willamette, and Wineam NF's re Formation of a Region 6 Spotted Owl Regional Technical Review Team October 8, 1992
11 12 9071-9072: John F. Butruille ltr to Forest Supervisors (Owl Forests) re Northern Spotted Owl Oversight Team and Steering Committee Process April 23, 1992
11 12 9073-9074: Ed Starkey, Notes on recovery plan policies for salvage with special reference to the Warner Creek burn June 1, 1992
11 12 9075-9098: James C. Overbay ltr to Regional Foresters, Region 5 and 6, Station Directors, Pacific Northwest and Pacific Southwest re Northern Spotted Oversight Team and Steering Committee Process April 7, 1992
11 12 9083: James C. Overbay ltr to Regional Foresters, Region 5 and 6, Station Directors, PNW and PSW re Northern Spotted Owl Steering and Oversight Teams December 30, 1991
11 12 9099: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Regional Foresters, Region 6, re Request for Reconvention of the Spotted Owl Technical Review Team January 15, 1992
11 12 9100-9108: James C. Overbay ltr to Regional Foresters, Region 5 and 6, Station Directors, PNW and PSW re Northern Spotted Owl Steering and Oversight Teams December 30, 1991
11 12 9109-9110: To T.BAILEY, From TERRI L. JONES re: Forwarded: Yours notes returned November 20, 1991
11 13 9111: NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL STEERING COMMITTEE AND OVERSIGHT TEAM SUBMITTAL SHEET
11 13 9112-9126: Northern Spotted Owl Oversight Team and Steering Committee Process
11 13 9127-9128: John F. Butruille ltr to Directors: Region 6; Forest Supervisors: Deschutes, Gifford Pinchot, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie, Mt. Hood, Okanogan, Olympic, Rogue River, Siskiyou, Siuslaw, Umpqua, Wenatchee, Willamette, and Winema NF's re Interagency Scientific Committee Technical Review November 16, 1990
11 13 9129-9132: Charles Polityka, Regional Envirnomental Officer, ltr to Darrel L. Kenops re DEIS December 30, 1992
11 13 9133-9136: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Senator Bob Packwood re DEIS March 26, 1992
11 13 9137-9141: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Senator Bob Packwood re article in the Register-Guard May 5, 1992
11 13 9142-9144: Bob Packwood ltr to The Honorable Edward R. Madigan, Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture March 30, 1992
11 13 9145-9148: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Senator Bob Packwood re Larry L. Campbell's letter March 26, 1992
11 14 9149-9157: Bob Packwood ltr to Darrel L. Kenops re Speaker Larry L. Campbell March 25, 1992
11 14 9158-9159: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Honorable Bob Packwood re Larry L. Campbell's letter April 6, 1992
11 14 9160-9162: Cindy McCain, Jane Kertis, Sarah E. Greene ltr to Darrel L. Kenops re Warner Creek Fire RNA proposal March 15, 1993
11 14 9162A-9164: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TERRI L. JONES, TIMOTHY W. BAILEY to Warner IDT re: Forwarded: Research at Warner January 22, 1993
11 14 9165-9166: Charles W. Philpot ltr to Forest Supervisor, Willamette National Forest, re: Review of DEIS Warner Fire Recovery Project January 8, 1993
11 14 9167: MESSAGE DISPLAY FOR TERRI L. JONES, from John Cissel:R06F18D01A, re: Research & Warner December 29, 1992
11 14 9168-9170: To T.Bailey, from Neal Forrester re: Warner Ck. Input October 19, 1992
11 14 9171-9173: To D. Hausam, from DAVID C. HAUSAM, re Forwarded: Warner preferred September 2, 1992
11 14 9174-9175: Agenda Bueter September 24, 1992
11 14 9176-9177: Fred Swanson ltr to Darrel L. Kenops re Warner Fire planning August 21, 1992
11 14 9178-9179: Max M. Ollieu ltr to Forest Supervisor, Willamette National Forest, re: Douglas-fir Beetle Potential in Warner Creek Fire Area July 24, 1992
11 14 9180: To warner staff, from TERRI L. JONES, re: Forwarded June 29, 1992
11 14 9181-9183: Darrel L. Kenops, Charles W. Slaughter ltr to Files re Working Agreement April 23, 1992
11 14 9184-9187: MESSAGE SCAN, MARK HUFF:R6/PNW TO T.Jones re WC Fire MOU February 7, 1992
11 14 9188-9189: Cooperative agreement
11 15 9190-9196: HCA-Warner Project(s) Regional Forester Review January 31, 1992
11 15 9197: Mark Huff ltr to Terri and Tim re Warner Creek Fire January 23, 1992
11 15 9198: Ecology Letter
11 15 9199-9200: DOCUMENT HEADER, msg'Srooms/snags January 21, 1991
11 15 9201-9203: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Regional Forester, R-6, attn: Tim Rogan re NEPA documentation for the Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project and associated HCA plan November 25, 1991
11 15 9204-9205: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Regional Forester (R6) and PNW Station Director re Warner Fire Project: Research Potential and RNA's November 16, 1992
11 15 9206-9214: WARNER CREEK FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT Regional Office Field Tour, Oakridge Ranger District, Agenda November 13, 1991
11 15 9215: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Cascade Center, Attention: John Cissel re Warner Fire Project Research Opportunities November 6, 1992
11 15 9216-9218: WARNER PROJECTS INFORMATION NEEDS ANALYSIS January 15, 1992-January 16, 1992
11 15 9219-9220: HCA 0-10 Issues January 9, 1992
11 15 9221-9223: Warner Recovery Issues January 9, 1992
11 15 9224-9236: WILLAMETTE NATIONAL FOREST SHADY BEACH FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT
11 16 9237-9242: INA Meeting January 15, 1992
11 16 9243: Warner Fire Recovery Project Information Requests of the Warner Geographic Information System are filed and available for viewing at the Oakridge Ranger Station, Willamette National Forest
11 16 9244: Hard and electronic copies of the Warner Fire Recovery Project Geographic Information System Polycell Data is on file and available for viewing at the Oakridge Ranger Station, Willamette National Forest
11 16 9245: Hard and electronic copies of the Warner Fire Recovery Project Geographic Information System Raser Data is on file and available for viewing at the Oakridge Ranger Station, Willamette National Forest
11 16 9246: The digital data base for the Warner Fire Recovery Project Geographic Information System is filed and available for viewing at the Oakridge Ranger Station, Willamette National Forest
11 16 9247-9323: SILVICULTURAL OPERATIONS PLAN, Warner Fire Recovery Project, Final Environmental Impact Statement September 1993
11 16 9324-9340: NON-SILVICULTURAL OPERATIONS PLAN, Warner Fire Recovery Project, Final Environmental Impact Statement February 1994
11 17 9341-9497: LOGGING PLAN, WARNER CREEK RECOVERY
11 18 9498-9517: Terri L. Jones ltr to Forest Supervisor re: Warner Creek RIDT associated with the Matthew Kertesz Appeal February 25, 1994
11 18 9518-9538: Terri Jones ltr to Forest Supervisor re: Warner Creek Fire associated with the Charlie Ogle Appeal February 25, 1994
11 18 9539-9546: Terri Jones ltr to Forest Supervisor re: Warner Creek RIDT associated with the Stephanie Penn Appeal February 25, 1994
Administrative Record #9547-9866
Box
Folder
12 1 9547-9556: Terri Jones ltr to Forest Supervisor re: Warner Creek RIDT associated with the Betsy Gedatus Appeal February 25, 1994
12 1 9557-9563: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, Jones to M.HOLLIS:SO re: RIDT OMOGROSSO APPEAL OF THE WARNER PROJECT February 26, 1994
12 1 9564-9570: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, Jones to T.BAILEY re: RIDT FOR POWNE'S APPEAL OF WARNER February 26, 1994
12 1 9571-9577: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, Jones to T.BAILEY re: RIDT FOR JEROLD WILLIAMS APPEAL OF WARNER February 26, 1994
12 1 9578-9599: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, Jones to M.M re: Forwarded February 22, 1994
12 2 9600: MESSAGE SCAN FOR TIMOTHY W. BAILEY, Jones to T.Bailey re: Forwarded: reply to: Warner Project February 14, 1994
12 2 9601-9620: TERRI L. JONES ltr to Forest Supervisor, re: Warner Creek RIDT associated with the Sierra Club Appeal December 15, 1993
12 2 9621: JAMES L. SCHULER ltr to Holly Knight, re: Request for Intervention January 10, 1994
12 2 9622: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Matthew Kertesz, #9406-00-0007 December 13, 1993
12 2 9623: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, John R. Swanson, #9406-00-0010 December 13, 1993
12 2 9624: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Dan Stotter, Attorney for Sierra Club, #9406-00-0013 December 13, 1993
12 2 9625: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Jerold Williams #9406-00-0014 December 13, 1993
12 2 9626: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Stefanie Penn #9406-00-0015 December 13, 1993
12 2 9627: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Richard Nauman, Russell Lands #9406-00-0016 December 13, 1993
12 2 9628: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Charlie Ogle #9406-00-0017 December 13, 1993
12 2 9629: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Bob Powne #9406-00-0018 December 13, 1993
12 2 9630: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Jim Green #9406-00-0019 December 13, 1993
12 2 9631: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Betsy Gedatus #9406-00-0020 December 13, 1993
12 2 9632: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Timothy Ingalsbee #9406-00-0021 December 13, 1993
12 2 9633: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Michael Omogrosso #9406-00-0022 December 13, 1993
12 2 9634: Merrilee Peay ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene, Oregon Natural Resources Council #9406-00-0023 December 13, 1993
12 2 9635: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Northwest Forestry Association, re: Request for Intervention, Sierra Club January 4, 1994
12 2 9636: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northwest Forestry Association, re: Requests for Intervention, John Swanson January 4, 1994
12 2 9637: JAMES L. SCHULER, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northwest Forestry Association, re: Requests for Intervention, Oregon Natural Resources Council December 29, 1993
12 2 9638: JAMES L. SCHULER, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northwest Forestry Association, re: Requests for Intervention, Michael Omogrosso December 29, 1993
12 2 9639: JAMES L. SCHULER, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northwest Forestry Association, re: Requests for Intervention, Timothy Ingalsbee December 29, 1993
12 2 9640: JAMES L. SCHULER, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northwest Forestry Association, re: Requests for Intervention, Betsy Gedatus December 29, 1993
12 3 9641: JAMES L. SCHULER, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northwest Forestry Association, re: Requests for Intervention, Bob Powne December 29, 1993
12 3 9642: JAMES L. SCHULER, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northwest Forestry Association, re: Requests for Intervention, Charlie Ogle December 29, 1993
12 3 9643: JAMES L. SCHULER, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northwest Forestry Association, re: Requests for Intervention, Russell Lande and Richard Nauman December 29, 1993
12 3 9644: JAMES L. SCHULER, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northwest Forestry Association, re: Requests for Intervention, Stefanie Penn December 29, 1993
12 3 9645: JAMES L. SCHULER, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northwest Forestry Association, re: Requests for Intervention, Jerold Williams December 29, 1993
12 3 9646: JAMES L. SCHULER, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northwest Forestry Association, re: Requests for Intervention, Matthew Kertesz December 29, 1993
12 3 9647: JAMES L. SCHULER, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition re: Requests for Intervention, Dan Stotter December 29, 1993
12 3 9648: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Betsy Gedatus re: decision on Request for Stay December 20, 1993
12 3 9649: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Charlie Ogle re: decision on Request for Stay December 20, 1993
12 3 9650: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Michael Omogrosso re: decision on Request for Stay December 20, 1993
12 3 9651: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Timothy Ingalsbee re: decision on Request for Stay December 20, 1993
12 3 9652: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Jim Green re: decision on Request for Stay December 20, 1993
12 3 9653: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Richard Nauman, Russell Lande re: decision on Request for Stay December 20, 1993
12 3 9654: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Matthew Kertesz re: decision on Request for Stay December 20, 1993
12 3 9655: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Oregon Natural Resources Council re: decision on Request for Stay December 20, 1993
12 3 9656: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Stefanie Penn re: decision on Request for Stay December 20, 1993
12 3 9657-9658: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Daniel Stotter re: decision on Request for Stay December 9, 1993
12 3 9659-9660: RICHARD A. FERRARO, Reviewing Officer, ltr to John R. Swanson re: decision on your appeal November 24, 1993
12 3 9661-9666: Richard Nauman, Russell Lande ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester re: Notice of Appeal under 36 CFR 217 November 30, 1993
12 3 9667-9670: Stefanie Penn ltr to Regional Forester re: Notice of Appeal under 36 CFR 217 November 25, 1993
12 3 9671-9676: Oregon Natural Resources Council ltr to Dear Mr. Lowe, re: Notice of Appeal under 36 CFR 217 November 30, 1993
12 3 9677-9685: Daniel J. Stotter ltr to Mr. John Lowe, Regional Forester re: Notice of Appeal, Statement of Reasons and Request for Stay of the Warner Fire Recovery Project, Willamette National Forest on behalf of the Oregon Chapter of the Sierra Club and Many Rivers Group undated
12 4 9686-9691: Matthew Kertesz ltr to Regional Forester, Pacific Northwest Region, re: notice of appeal November 29, 1993
12 4 9692-9693: Michael Omogrosso ltr to Reviewing Officer, Regional Forester, re: Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project Record of Decision, FEIS, notice of appeal November 27, 1993
12 4 9694-9695: Betsy Gedatus ltr to Regional Forester, re: request for stay undated
12 4 9696-9746: Jim Green ltr to Regional Forester USFS re: appeal of the decision to cut fuel breaks and salvage timber November 30, 1993
12 4 9747-9748: Jerold Williams, Coordinator, Eugene-to-Pacific Crest Trail, ltr to Regional Forester, re: Notice of appeal November 27, 1993
12 4 9749-9750: Jerold Williams, Coordinator, Eugene-to-Pacific Crest Trail, ltr to Regional Forester, re: Notice of appeal November 27, 1993
12 4 9751-9758: Charlie Ogle ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: Notice of Appeal undated
12 4 9759-9771: Bob Powne ltr to Reviewing Officer, John Lowe re: Notice of Appeal November 28, 1993
12 4 9772-9795: Timothy Ingalsbee ltr to Regional Forester, USFS re: Warner Creek Fire Salvage Sale November 30, 1993
12 5 9796-9797: John R. Swanson ltr to Regional Forester, Forest Service, USDA re: Appeal November 11, 1993
12 5 9798-9866: Process Paper, Description of analysis process from 01/12/93 02/03/93
tables and charts
1992-1993
Sierra Club Administrative Appeal File (9406-00-0013) (Administrative Record #9867-9949)
Box
Folder
12 6 9867: Nelson, Director of Wildlife, Fish and Rare Plants ltr to Daniel J. Stotter re: Appeal No. 9406-00-0013 May 24, 1994
12 6 9868-9871: Ferraro, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Daniel J. Stotter re: decision May 4, 1994
12 6 9872-9915: Darrel L. Kenops, Forest Supervisor, ltr to Regional Forester, R-6 re: Records Information Documentation Transmittal (RIDT) - Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project - Sierra Club - #9406-00-0013 February 25, 1994
12 7 9916-9919: Merrilee Peay, Coordinator, Yellow Ribbon Coalition ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester re: comments January 26, 1994
12 7 9920: Richard A. Ferraro, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Northwest Forestry Association re: Request for Intervention January 4, 1994
12 7 9921: James L. Schuler, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition re: Request for Intervention December 29, 1993
12 7 9922: Ross Mickey ltr to John Lowe, Regional Forester re: request to intervene December 14, 1993
12 7 9923: Merrilee Peay, Coordinator, Yellow Ribbon Coalition ltr to John Lowe, Regional 6 Forester re: requests to intervene December 13, 1993
12 7 9924-9925: Richard A. Ferraro, Reviewing Officer ltr to Mr. Stotter, re: decision on your request for stay December 9, 1993
12 7 9926-9934: Daniel J. Stotter ltr to Mr. John Lowe, Regional Forester, re: Notice of Appeal, Statement of Reasons and Request for Stay of the Warner Fire Recovery Project, Williamette National Forest undated
12 7 9935-9949: RECORD OF DECISION, WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Final Environmental Impact Statement October 1993
Charlie Ogle Administrative Appeal File (9406-00-0017) (Administrative Record #9950-10040)
Box
Folder
12 8 9950: Nelson, Director of Wildlife, Fish and Rare Plants ltr to Ogle re: Appeal No 9406-00-0017 May 24, 1994
12 8 9951-9955: Richard A. Ferraro, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Mr. Charlie Ogle re: appeal decision May 5, 1994
12 8 9956: TABLE OF CONTENTS
12 8 9957-10014: Darrel L. Kenops, Forest Supervisor, ltr to Regional Forester, R-6 re: Records Information Documentation Transmittal (RIDT) - Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project - Charlie Ogle - #9406-00-0017 March 15, 1994
12 8 10015-10016: Charlie Ogle to Mr. John Lowe, Regional Forester re Yellow Ribbon arguments February 22, 1994
12 8 10017: Richard A. Ferraro, Reviewing Officer ltr to Mr. Ogle, re: Decision on Request for Stay December 29, 1993
12 8 10018-10025: Charlie Ogle ltr to Mr. John Lowe, re: Request for Stay undated
12 8 10026-10040: RECORD OF DECISION, WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Final Environmental Impact Statement October 1993
Oregon Natural Resources Council Administrative Appeal File (9406-00-0023) (Administrative Record #10041-10146)
Box
Folder
12 9 10041: Nelson, Director of Wildlife, Fish and Rare Plants ltr to Oregon Natural Resources Council, re: Appeal No 9406-00-0023 May 24, 1994
12 9 10042-10044: Richard A. Ferraro, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Oregon Natural Resources Council re: appeal decision May 4, 1994
12 9 10045-10048: TABLE OF CONTENTS
12 9 10049-10111: Darrel L. Kenops, Forest Supervisor, ltr to Regional Forester, R-6 re: Records Information Documentation Transmittal (RIDT) - Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project - ONRC - #9406-00-0023 March 16, 1994
12 9 10112-10115: Merrilee Peay, Coordinator, Yellow Ribbon Coalition ltr to Mr. Lowe, Regional Forester, re: merits of the appeal January 31, 1994
12 9 10116-10119: Merrilee Peay, Coordinator, Yellow Ribbon Coalition ltr to Mr. Lowe, Regional Forester, re: intervenor comments January 26, 1994
12 9 10120: Merrilee Peay, Coordinator, Yellow Ribbon Coalition ltr to Mr. Lowe, Regional Forester, re: intervenor comments January 10, 1994
12 9 10121: James L. Schuler, Regional Appeals Coordinator, ltr to Yellow Ribbon Coalition re: Request for Intervention December 29, 1993
12 9 10122: Holly Knight ltr to Dear Mr. Lowe re: request intervenor December 16, 1993
12 9 10123: Ross Mickey ltr to John Lowe, re: request to intervene all appeals December 14, 1993
12 9 10124: Merrilee Peay, Coordinator, Yellow Ribbon Coalition ltr to Mr. Lowe, Regional Forester, re: requests to intervene December 13, 1993
12 9 10125: Richard A. Ferraro, Reviewing Officer, ltr to Oregon Natural Resources Council re: decision on your Request for Stay December 15, 1993
12 9 10126-10131: Mark M. Hubbard, Oregon Natural Resources Council, ltr to Dear Mr. Lowe, re: Request for Stay November 30, 1993
12 9 10132-10146: RECORD OF DECISION, WARNER FIRE RECOVERY PROJECT, Final Environmental Impact Statement October 8, 1993
Administrative Record #10047-10199
Box
Folder
12 10 10147-10148: Darrel L. Kenops ltr to Regional Forester re: Warner Project Compliance with ROD for Management of Habitat for Late Successional and Old-Growth Forest Related Species Within the Range of the Northern Spotted Owl (with enclosures) June 28, 1994
12 10 10149-10164: enclosure: How the Proposed Warner Fire Recovery Project Complies with the Northwest Forest Plan Conservation Strategy Guidelines June 26, 1994
12 10 10165-10179: enclosure: Late Successional Reserve R0220 Assessment, Oakridge Ranger District, Willamette National Forest June 26, 1994
12 10 10180-10196: enclosure: Watershed Analysis, Salmon Creek and Salt Creek Watersheds June 26, 1994
12 10 10197: John E. Lowe ltr to Forest Supervisor, Willamette National Forest re: Receipt of Warner Fire Recovery Project for REO Review July 27, 1994
12 11 10198: A Conservation Strategy for the Northern Spotted Owl - Report of the Interagency Scientific Committee To Address the Conservation of Northern Spotted Owl
bound document
May 1990
Administrative Record #10199-10200ab
Box
Folder
13 1 10199: Willamette National Forest, Land and Resource Management Plan (LRMP) July 1990
13 2 10200a: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Land and Resource Management Plan, Willamette National Forest, Appendices and Map Packet July 1990
13 3 10200b: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Land and Resource Management Plan, Willamette National Forest, Appendices - Volume I
Administrative Record #10200c-10207
Box
Folder
14 1 10200c: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Land and Resource Management Plan, Willamette National Forest, Appendices - Volume II
bound document
14 2 10201: Record of Decision, Land and Resource Management Plan, Willamette National Forest July 1990
14 3 10202: Final Environmental Impact Statement on Management for the Northern Spotted Owl in the National Forests, Volumes 1 and 2 January 1992
14 4 10202: Final Environmental Impact Statement on Management for the Northern Spotted Owl in the National Forests, Map Packet January 1992
14 5 10203-10205: Errata: Final Environmental Impact Statement on Management for the Northern Spotted Owl in the National Forests February 5, 1992
14 5 10206: Record of Decision, Final Environmental Impact Statement on Management for the Northern Spotted Owl in the National Forests March 1992
14 6 10207: Forest Ecosystem Management: An Ecological, Economic, and Social Assessment. Report of the Forest Ecosystem Management Assessment Team (the FEMAT Report)
bound document
July 1993
Administrative Record #10208-10226
Box
Folder
15 1 10208: Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement on Management of Habitat for Late-Successional and Old-Growth Forest Related Species Within the Range of the Northern Spotted Owl
bound document
July 1993
15 2 10209: Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement on Management of Habitat for Late-Successional and Old-Growth Forest Related Species Within the Range of the Northern Spotted Owl - Volume I
bound document
February 1994
15 3 10210: Record of Decision for Amendments to Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management Planning Documents Within the Range of the Northern Spotted Owl/Standards and Guidelines for Management of Habitat for Late-Successional and Old-Growth Forest Related Species Within the Range of the Northern Spotted Owl
bound document
April 1994
15 3 10211: News Press Conf., Kenops & Barstad
script
October 13, 1993
15 3 10212-10226: John Lowe, Regional Forester, ltr to Acting Executive Director, Regional Ecosystem Office re: Warner Creek Fire Recovery Project September 28, 1994
Plaintiffs Memoranda; Sierra Club v. United States Forest Service
Box
Folder
16 1-16 Plaintiffs Memoranda
16 17-22 Sierra Club vs. USFS
Filing of the Administrative Record, Vol. I-III; Close of 94-6245; Ogle Appeal, Sierra Club Appeal; ONRC Appeal
Box
Folder
17 1-6 Filing of the A.R., Vol. I
17 7-10 Filing of the A.R., Vol. II
17 11-14 Filing of the A.R., Vol. III
17 15 Ogle Appeal
17 16 Sierra Club Appeal
17 17 ONRC Appeal
Arson File; Filing of the Administrative Record Videotape; Miscellaneous Files; DEIS Appendices 1993; DEIS 1993
Box
Folder
18 1-10 Arson File
18 11 Filing of the A.R.- Press Conference Videotape
18 12 Miscellaneous Files
18 13 DEIS Appendices 1993
18 14 Draft Environmental Impact Statement 1993
Warner Creek FOIA Requests; Appendix I: Response to Public and Agency Comment; Warner Final DEIS Folder; Ecosystem Analysis at the Watershed Scale; Summary Judgment re: 1994 Forest Plan; Draft EIS; R.O.D. Modification
Box
Folder
19 1-2 Warner Creek FOIA Requests
19 3 Appendix I: Response to Public and Agency Comment
19 4 Draft Litigation Report July 21, 1994
19 5-7 Warner Final EIS folder
19 8 Ecosystem Analysis at the Watershed Scale
19 9 Summary Judgment re: 1994 Forest Plan 1994
19 10 Draft EIS 1993
19 11-14 R.O.D. Modification
Terri Jones' Public Response File; Miscellaneous Unlabeled Files
Box
Folder
20 1 Terri Jones Public Response file (Research Natural Area)
20 2 Terri Jones Public Response file (Warner Salvage; post 1996, end of Warner Salvage, 1 of 3) 1996
20 3 Terri Jones Public Response file (Warner Salvage; Warner South proposal, maps, 2 of 3)
20 4 Terri Jones Public Response file (Warner Salvage: Logging Feasibility, seedling survival, 3 of 3)
20 5 Terri Jones Public Response file (Background)
20 6 Terri Jones Public Response file (John Lowe correspondence)
20 7 Terri Jones Public Response file (Warner Fire Initial Results Report)
20 8 Terri Jones Public Response file (NFA Congressional Staffers Tour)
20 9 Unlabeled Folder (Initial Warner Creek Fire Reports)
20 10 Unlabeled Folder (Scientific Papers, Effect of fire on soils, 1 of 3)
20 11 Unlabeled Folder (Scientific Papers, Effect of fire on soils, 2 of 3)
20 12 Unlabeled Folder (Scientific Papers, Effect of fire on soils, 3 of 3)
20 13 Unlabeled Folder (Debris shield specifications)
20 14 Unlabeled folder (Information Needs Analysis, 1 of 3)
20 15 Unlabeled folder (Information Needs Analysis, 2 of 3)
20 16 Unlabeled folder (Information Needs Analysis, 3 of 3)
20 17 Unlabeled folder (NEPA: Spotted Owl, NW Forest Plan, 1 of 2)
20 18 Unlabeled folder (NEPA: Beginning of IDT, PPG, 2 of 2)
20 19 Unlabeled folder (Warner Creek Fire Map)
Miscellaneous unlabeled files; Mark Leverton emails; Terri Jones emails
Box
Folder
21 1 Unlabeled folder (Mark Leverton emails, 1 of 3)
21 2 Unlabeled folder (Mark Leverton emails, 2 of 3)
21 3 Unlabeled folder (Mark Leverton emails, 3 of 3)
21 4 Miscellaneous folder (Terri Jones emails) November 1995-April 1996
21 5 Unlabeled folder (Reviewed Beschta Report, LSR, REO)
21 6 Unlabeled folder (Public Contact; Newspaper articles, Kenops speech, Thank you letters)
21 7 Miscellaneous folder (OSHA) Spring 1996
21 8 Unlabeled folder (Timber Sale Red 90, congressional record, miscellaneous meeting agenda, 96 flood damage newsletter)
21 9 Unlabeled folder (Draft FEIS, ROD draft, 1 of 3)
21 10 Unlabeled folder (ROD draft, 2 of 3)
21 11 Unlabeled folder (ROD draft, 3 of 3)
21 12 Unlabeled folder (Administrative Record protocol, REO LSR Review)
21 13 Unlabeled folder (Litigation Report, 1 of 2)
21 14 Unlabeled folder (Litigation Report, 2 of 2)
21 15 Unlabeled folder (Seedling survival, silviculture report)
21 16 Unlabeled folder (DEIS Research Questions, Terri Jones miscellaneous emails, LSR concerns, Salvage Bill)
21 17 Unlabeled folder (Tim Bailey pre-lawsuit '94 emails, Statement of Material Facts, Tim Bailey Declaration, decision email) 1994
21 18 Unlabeled folder (Handwritten logging calculations, undated miscellaneous documents)
Miscellaneous: Warner Matrix Salvage; Warner South Salvage; FEIS Maps
Box
Folder
22 1 Miscellaneous folder (Warner Matrix Salvage Sale)
22 2 Miscellaneous folder (Warner South Salvage)
22 3 Final EIS maps

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Series II:  Newspaper Articles, October 12, 1991-October 4, 2001
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
23 1 Newspaper articles October 12, 1991-October 19, 1991
23 2 Newspaper articles October 19, 1991-October 30, 1991
23 3 Newspaper articles January 24, 1992-September 15, 1992
23 4 Newspaper articles October 28, 1992-March 13, 1993
23 5 Newspaper articles April 23, 1993-March 29, 1995
23 6 Newspaper articles April 17, 1995-December 1, 1995
23 7 Newspaper articles December 15, 1995-August 7, 1996
23 8 Newspaper articles August 18, 1996-October 4, 2001

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Bailey, Timothy W.
  • Ingalsbee, Timothy Leigh, 1959-
  • Jones, Terri L.
  • Kenops, Darrel
  • Corporate Names :
  • Oregon Natural Resources Council
  • Sierra Club
  • United States. Forest Service. Pacific Northwest Region-Records and correspondence
  • Warner Fire Recovery Project
  • Geographical Names :
  • Warner Creek Region (Lane County, Or.)
  • Willamette National Forest (Or.)
  • Subject Terms :
  • Arson--Oregon--Warner Creek Region (Lane County)
  • Environmentalists--Oregon
  • Forest fires--Environmental aspects--Oregon--Warner Creek Region (Lane County)
  • Forest fires--Law and legislation--Oregon--Warner Creek Region (Lane County)
  • Forest policy--Oregon--Warner Creek Region (Lane County)
  • Forest reserves--Oregon--Management--Planning
  • Logging--Environmental aspects--Oregon--Warner Creek Region (Lane County)
  • Logging--Political aspects--Oregon--Warner Creek Region (Lane County)
  • Northern spotted owl--Government policy--Oregon--Warner Creek Region (Lane County)
  • Northern spotted owl--Habitat--Oregon--Warner Creek Region (Lane County)
  • Wildlife conservation--Oregon--Warner Creek Region (Lane County)

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