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					                                                                                                     Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


Attachment A
Projected Accomplishments Table

                                                                                       Number of         Number of         Number of        CFLR funds to        Other FS       Partner funds
                                                                                       units to be       units to be       units to be      be used over        funds to be      to be used
                                                                                      treated over      treated over      treated over        10 years         used over 10     over 10 years
                                                                        Code                                                                                            2
    Performance Measure                                                                 10 years          10 years          10 years                              years
                                                                                       using CFLR        using other      using Partner
                                                                                                                                    1
                                                                                         funds            FS funds           Funds

    Acres treated annually to sustain or restore watershed         WTRSHD-
    function and resilience                                        RSTR-ANN
    Acres of forest vegetation established                         FOR-VEG-EST                         3,200                                                  $600,000
    Acres of forest vegetation improved                            FOR-VEG-IMP
                                                                   INVPLT-
    Manage noxious weeds and invasive plants                       NXWD-FED-                           170                170                                 $41,000           $41,000
                                                                   AC
    Highest priority acres treated for invasive terrestrial and    INVSPE-TERR-
    aquatic species on NFS lands                                   FED-AC
    Acres of water or soil resources protected, maintained or      S&W-RSRC-
    improved to achieve desired watershed conditions.              IMP
    Acres of lake habitat restored or enhanced                     HBT-ENH-LAK
                                                                   HBT-ENH-
    Miles of stream habitat restored or enhanced
                                                                   STRM                                7                  7                                   $100,000          $450,000



1
  These values should reflect only units treated on National Forest System Land
2
  Matching Contributions: The CFLR Fund may be used to pay for up to 50 percent of the cost of carrying out and monitoring ecological restoration treatments on National Forest System (NFS)
lands. The following BLI’s have been identified as appropriate for use as matching funds to meet the required minimum 50% match of non-CFLR funds: ARRA, BDBD, CMEX, CMII, CMLG, CMRD,
CMTL, CWFS, CWKV, CWK2, NFEX, NFLM (Boundary), NFMG (ECAP/AML), NFN3, NFTM, NFVW, NFWF, PEPE, RBRB, RTRT, SFSF, SPFH, SPEX, SPS4, SSCC, SRS2, VCNP, VCVC, WFEX, WFW3, WFHF.

The following BLI’s have been identified as NOT appropriate for use as matching funds to meet the required minimum 50% match of non-CFLR funds: ACAC, CWF2, EXEX, EXSL, EXSC,
FDFD, FDRF, FRRE, LALW, LBLB, LBTV, LGCY, NFIM, NFLE, NFLM (non-boundary), NFMG (non-ECAP), NFPN, NFRG, NFRW, POOL, QMQM, RIRI, SMSM, SPCF, SPCH, SPIA, SPIF,
SPS2, SPS3, SPS5, SPST, SPUF, SPVF, TPBP, TPTP, URUR, WFPR, WFSU.
                                                                                     Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


                                                                       Number of        Number of      Number of      CFLR funds to     Other FS      Partner funds
                                                                       units to be      units to be    units to be    be used over     funds to be     to be used
                                                                      treated over     treated over   treated over      10 years      used over 10    over 10 years
                                                           Code                                                                                2
Performance Measure                                                     10 years         10 years       10 years                         years
                                                                       using CFLR       using other   using Partner
                                                                                                                1
                                                                         funds           FS funds        Funds

                                                                                                                      $6,914,000      $6,914,000
                                                                                                                      Part incl. in   Part incl. in
Acres of terrestrial habitat restored or enhanced       HBT-ENH-                                                      TMBR-VOL-       TMBR-VOL-
                                                        TERR          495,000         504,000                         SLD and FP-     SLD and FP-
                                                                                                                      FUELS           FUELS
Acres of rangeland vegetation improved                  RG-VEG-IMP
                                                                                                                      Included in     Included in
Miles of high clearance system roads receiving
                                                        RD-HC-MAIN                                                    TMBR-VOL-       TMBR-VOL-
maintenance                                                           80              800
                                                                                                                      SLD             SLD
                                                                                                                      Included in     Included in
Miles of passenger car system roads receiving
                                                        RD-PC-MAINT                                                   TMBR-VOL-       TMBR-VOL-
maintenance                                                           180             1600
                                                                                                                      SLD             SLD
                                                                                                                      Included in     Included in
Miles of road decommissioned                            RD-DECOM      2               16                              TMBR-VOL-       TMBR-VOL-
                                                                                                                      SLD             SLD
                                                                                                                      Included in     Included in
Miles of passenger car system roads improved            RD-PC-IMP     4               23                              TMBR-VOL-       TMBR-VOL-
                                                                                                                      SLD             SLD
                                                                                                                      Included in     Included in
Miles of high clearance system road improved            RD-HC-IMP     22              158                             TMBR-VOL-       TMBR-VOL-
                                                                                                                      SLD             SLD
Number of stream crossings constructed or               STRM-CROS-
reconstructed to provide for aquatic organism passage   MTG-STD
                                                        TL-MAINT-
Miles of system trail maintained to standard                                          75              75                              $5,400          $26,600
                                                        STD
Miles of system trail improved to standard              TL-IMP-STD
                                                        LND-BL-MRK-
Miles of property line marked/maintained to standard
                                                        MAINT
                                                                                            Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


                                                                              Number of        Number of      Number of      CFLR funds to     Other FS     Partner funds
                                                                              units to be      units to be    units to be    be used over     funds to be    to be used
                                                                             treated over     treated over   treated over      10 years      used over 10   over 10 years
                                                                  Code                                                                                2
 Performance Measure                                                           10 years         10 years       10 years                         years
                                                                              using CFLR       using other   using Partner
                                                                                                                       1
                                                                                funds           FS funds        Funds

                                                                                                                             Included in     Included in
                                                              TMBR-SALES-
 Acres of forestlands treated using timber sales                             23,000          35,000                          TMBR-VOL-       TMBR-VOL-
                                                              TRT-AC
                                                                                                                             SLD             SLD
                                                              TMBR-VOL-
 Volume of timber sold (CCF)                                                 160,000         255,000                         $5,175,000      $7,875,000
                                                              SLD
                                                                                                                             Included in     Included in
 Green tons from small diameter and low value trees                                                                          HBT-ENH-        HBT-ENH-
 removed from NFS lands and made available for bio-           BIO-NRG        50,000          50,000                          TERR and        TERR and
 energy production                                                                                                           TMBR-VOL-       TMBR-VOL-
                                                                                                                             SLD             SLD
 Acres of hazardous fuels treated outside the
                                                              FP-FUELS-
 wildland/urban interface (WUI) to reduce the risk of                        225,000         225,000         35,000*         $6,300,000      $6,300,000     $875,000*
                                                              NON-WUI
 catastrophic wildland fire
 Acres of hazardous fuels treated inside the
                                                              FP-FUELS-
 wildland/urban interface (WUI) to reduce the risk of                        80,000          80,000          35,000*         $2,240,000      2,240,000      $875,000*
                                                              NON-WUI
 catastrophic wildland fire
 Acres of wildland/urban interface (WUI) high priority
                                                              FP-FUELS-
 hazardous fuels treated to reduce the risk of catastrophic
                                                              WUI
 wildland fire
 Number of priority acres treated annually for invasive       SP-INVSPE-
 species on Federal lands                                     FED-AC
 Number of priority acres treated annually for native pests   SP- NATIVE –
 on Federal lands                                             FED-AC
* USFS State and Private funding sent to the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma for Stevens/Wyden Act accomplishments. Figured at $25.00 per acre.
                                                                        Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


Attachment B - Reduction of related wildfire management costs

R-CAT Results Summary

                 Proposal Name: Ouachita Shortleaf Bluestem Community
                                                  Start Year                                                    2011
                                                   End Year                                                     2019

                                     Total Treatment Acres                                                 495,000.00
                                Average Treatment Duration                                                          3



    Discounted Anticipated Cost Savings - No Beneficial Use     $                                        97,938,307

   Discounted Anticipated Cost Savings - Low Beneficial Use         $                                      97,938,307

  Discounted Anticipated Cost Savings - Moderate Beneficial
                                                      Use           $                                      97,938,307

   Discounted Anticipated Cost Savings - High Beneficial Use        $                                      97,938,307
                                                                                      Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


Data Sources and Assumptions – Documentation of data sources and assumptions utilized to populate the table.

 Proposal Name: Ouachita Shortleaf
 Bluestem Community                                                                           Documentation Page
  This page is intended to help you record and communicate the
 assumptions and calculations that feed the risk and cost analysis
 tool package spreadsheet                                                               Response / Information Column
 Was the analysis prospective (projecting activities, costs and
 revenues that are planned by the proposal) or retrospective (using
 actual acres, revenues and costs in an analysis looking back over
 the life of the project)?                                                                             Prospective
                                                                      2011 was chosen at start date in hopes that funding is available to begin
 Start year rationale:                                                implementation.
                                                                      2019 was chosen as the end date since that is the duration that legislation
                                                                      currently has authorizes for funding and because the planned ecosystem
 End year rationale:                                                  restoration falls in that time frame.
                                                                      In the Southern Region, prescribed burns are frequently effective for up to 3
                                                                      years. Some burns may prove to be more or less effective at restoring
                                                                      ecosystems to historic condition classes based on fire intensity and current
                                                                      vegetation type, but, on the average, burns prove to be effective for at least 3
 Duration of treatments rationale:                                    years.
 All dollar amounts entered should reflect undiscounted or
 nominal costs, as they are discounted automatically for you in
 the R-CAT spreadsheet tool? Did you provide undiscounted costs,
 and in what year data are your costs and revenues provided.          All dollar amounts are based on 2011 estimates.
                                                                      The treatment cost is based on the 2011 cost to conduct prescribed burns
                                                                      and timber sales on the Ouachita NF, plus the added cost of additional
                                                                      resources to assist with the additional target (for example, the cost of an
                                                                      additional exclusive use helicopter during the prescribed burn season. The
                                                                      acreage used is a realistic implementation target for prescribed burning for
 Average treatment cost per acre rationale:                           each year.
                                                                      The cost per treatment acre reflects the cost of implementing prescribe burns
 Rationale for actual costs per acre of treatment by year is used:    and timber sales.
                                                                                      Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


                                                                      Revenue costs were developed from historical cost analysis of the timber
Average treatment revenue per acre rationale:                         management program by the Timber Staff.

This tool is intended to be used to estimate Forest Service fire
program costs only, did you conduct your analysis this way or
have you taken an all lands approach?                                 The costs reflect the Ouachita National Forest fire program cost.
Total treatment acres calculations, assumptions:
                                                                      Many of the proposed treatments are currently covered under NEPA. The
                                                                      additional acres are in the process of NEPA analysis and should be covered
Treatment timing rationale with NEPA analysis considerations:         given the Forest's rate of NEPA processing.

Annual Fire Season Suppression Cost Estimate Pre Treatment,           This number is the historical average of the cost of fires over the last 25
Assumptions and Calculations                                          years.
Did you use basic Landfire Data for you Pretreatment Landscape?       No
Did you modify Landfire data to portray the pretreatment
landscape and fuel models?                                            No
                                                                      No, we tiered our fuel treatments to the Forest Land Management Plan that
                                                                      identifies high priority areas for ecosystem restoration and endangered
                                                                      species management, including habitat for species such as the red-cockaded
                                                                      woodpecker and the American burying beetle as well as old growth
Did you use ArcFuels to help you plan fuel treatments?                conditions.
Did you use other modeling to help plan fuel treatments, if so
which modeling?                                                       No
Did you model fire season costs with the Large Fire Simulator?        No
If, so who helped you with this modeling?
If not, how did you estimate costs, provide details here:             All costs are based on historical fire suppression costs on the Ouachita NF.
Did you apply the stratified cost index (SCI) to your Fsim results?   No
Who helped you apply SCI to your FSIM results?
Did you filter to remove Fsim fires smaller than 300acres and
larger than a reasonable threshold?                                   Large Fire Costs are based on a 25-year historical average.
What is the upper threshold you used?                                 We did not have an upper threshold.
Did you use median pre treatment costs per fire season?               Yes
                                                                      Yes. We used the same cost for post treatment as pre treatment, since most
                                                                      our fires (even our large fires) are of short duration and thus the cost is not
                                                                      that different between pre and post since our initial attack cost is fairly
Did you use median post treatment costs per fire season?              consistent.
                                                                                       Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


Did you test the statistical difference of the fire season cost
distributions using a univariate test?                                 No
What were the results?                                                 Post fire costs were treated the same as pre-treatment costs.

Did you estimate Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER)                 On the Ouachita NF, we have traditionally had very little or no BAER cost
costs in you analysis?                                                 associated with our wildfires.
Did you use H codes or some other approach to estimate these
costs?                                                                 No
Did these cost change between pre and post treatment?                  No
Did you estimate long term rehabilitation and reforestation costs in
your analysis?                                                         No
How did you develop these estimates, and did these cost change
between pre and post treatment?                                        We did not develop these costs.

Did you include small fire cost estimates in your analysis?            Yes
If so, how did you estimate these costs, what time period is used      This number is the historical average of the cost of small fires over the last 25
as a reference, and did these cost change between pre and post         years. The cost between pre and post were kept the same since the cost of
treatment?                                                             IA is fairly consistent.

Did you include beneficial use fire as a cost savings mechanism in
your analysis?                                                         No
How did you estimate the percent of contiguous area where
monitoring is an option for pretreatment landscape?
How did you estimate the percent of contiguous area where
monitoring is an option for post treatment landscape, and why did
you select the percentage of your landscape for low, moderate
and high?
How did you derive an estimate for the percentage of full
suppression costs used in fire monitoring for beneficial use?
Did you ensure that you clicked on all the calculation buttons in
cells in column E after entering your estimates?


Did you make any additional modifications that should be
documented?
                                                                                                            Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


Attachment C

Members of the Collaborative

    Organization Name                            Contact Name                Phone Number              Role in Collaborative3
                                                                                                       Smoke guidelines; support for cooperative activities across
    Arkansas Forestry Commission                 Larry Nance                 501-296-1942
                                                                                                       federal/private landownership boundaries
                                                                                                       Assist with turkey research project monitoring within
    Arkansas Game and Fish                                                                             project area, in-kind assistance of over $100,000.
                                                 David Goad                  501-223-6359
    Commission                                                                                         Numerous studies and monitoring on game and non-game
                                                                                                       animals.
    Arkansas Natural Heritage
                                                 Karen Smith                 501-324-9619              Biodiversity Inventories
    Commission
                                                                                                       Study to examine potential impacts of extensive prescribed
    Arkansas State University                    James C. Bednarz            870-972-3320
                                                                                                       burning on ground nesting birds
    Arkansas Wildlife Federation                 Wayne Shumake               514-224-9200              Assist in field work and habitat work in project area.
    Audubon Arkansas                             Mary M. Smith               501-244-2229              Environmental education and project bird monitoring
                                                                                                       Recommendations for improving merchantability of sales in
    Jim Crouch & Associates                      Jim Crouch                  479-968-2154              pine-bluestem areas; strong advocate for ecosystem
                                                                                                       management approach that still yields wood products
                                                                                                       Partnership to re-establish native milkweeds in 2000 acres
    Monarch Joint Venture                        Priya Shahani               612- 625-8304
                                                                                                       in project area
                                                                                                       Partnership to re-establish native milkweeds in 2000 acres
    Monarch Watch                                Orley R. Taylor             785-864-4441
                                                                                                       in project area
                                                                                                        Funds of $20,000 to prescribe burn. Assist with turkey
    National Wild Turkey
                                                 Dennis Daniel               936-208-9698               research project within project area, in-kind assistance of
    Federation
                                                                                                        over $100,000
    Oklahoma Department of                                                                             Cooperative prescribed burning and RCW habitat
                                                 John Skeen                  405-521-3851
    Wildlife Conservation                                                                              improvement work
3
  Responses to this category should reflect the role the entity plays in the collaborative process, the interests they represent and/or any other function they serve in the collaborative. Responses could
include descriptions such as “proposal author”, “Will participate in monitoring”, etc. If the collaborative member participated specifically in the development of this proposal, please be clear about
what their participation in developing the proposal was.
                                                                       Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


                                 Ronald A. Van                      $32,000 for Bachman’s sparrow and shortleaf pine growth
Oklahoma State University                           405-744-5663
                                 Den Bussche                        and yield study
Ouachita Biological Survey       Caryn C. Vaughn    405-325-4034    Freshwater Mussels and Environmental studies
                                                                    The Dedicated Employees of the
Ouachita National Forest         Bill Pell          501-321-5320
                                                                    Ouachita National Forest
Ouachita Timber Purchasers                                          Purchasing almost every available sale for thinning and
                                 James Bibler       479-968-2154
Group                                                               other restoration harvests
Quail Upland Wildfire
                                 Nick Prough        816-365-0318    Habitat work and assistance with prescribed burning
Federation, Inc.
Scott County, Arkansas           James Forbes       479- 637-2155   Monitor and control exotics and invasives along roadsides
SEBASCOTT Economic
                                 Marion T. Mathis   479-928-5552    Track economic changes
Development Council
                                                                    Uneven-aged silviculture for the loblolly and shortleaf pine
                                                                    forest cover types study, wildlife surveys and studies and
Southern Research Station        Jim Guldin         501-623-1180
                                                                    ongoing water sample analysis of shortleaf pine-bluestem
                                                                    restoration areas
                                 Ronald E.
Tall Timbers Research, Inc.                         850-893-4153    Wildlife studies and research within project area
                                 Masters
                                                                    Average of $10,000 each year over the 10 years bird
The Nature Conservancy - AR      Scott Simon        501-663-6699
                                                                    monitoring in project area. Assist with prescribed burning.
                                                                    Average of $10,000 each year over the 10 years bird
The Nature Conservancy - OK      Mike Fuhr          918-585-1117
                                                                    monitoring in project area. Assist with prescribed burning.
Travis Lumber Company, Inc.      Terry L. Bryant    479-928-4446    Major timber purchaser in pine-bluestem areas
                                                                    American Burying Beetle 2010 Survey Protocols and
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service   Jim Boggs          501-513-4470
                                                                    collaboratively developed ABB Conservation Strategy
                                                                    RCW work by faculty and students within pine-bluestem
University of Arkansas           James Rankin       479-575-5901
                                                                    project area
                            Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


Attachment D – Letter of Commitment

February 7, 2011

Chief Tom Tidwell
U.S. Forest Service
Washington, D.C.

Dear Chief:

We, the undersigned members of the Ouachita Mountains Shortleaf-Bluestem Alliance, are
committed to working collaboratively to achieve the following goals:

1. Restoration of shortleaf pine-bluestem grass ecosystems and associated populations of
animals and plants native to the Ouachita Mountains

2. Reduction of the destructive and expensive wild fires in the affected landscapes

3. Improvement of economic circumstances for people in the Ouachita Mountains, including
creation of jobs thru the proper use, protection, and management of the forest resources as
laid out in the forest plan

4. Monitoring and conducting of needed research to evaluate effects of restoration activities
on desired conditions for plants, animals, and communities and

5. Enhancement of recreational opportunities in the area, including hunting, fishing, and nature
tourism

The Ouachita Mountains Shortleaf-Bluestem Alliance is made up of a broad cross-section of
private non-governmental organizations and businesses as well as federal and state agencies
and universities. Your approval of the proposed Ouachita Collaborative Forest Landscape
Restoration Proposal for funding will greatly accelerate and enhance the efforts of this
collaborative group. Although we know money is tight we urge the quick and full funding of the
Ouachita CFLRP proposal! This will ensure many more acres of restoration similar to what you
saw when you and Senator Lincoln visited the forest in 2010. We hope you will visit us again
soon.

Sincerely,



              James C. Bednarz,
              Director of the Wildlife Ecology and             James Bibler, Chairman
              Management Program                               Ouachita Timber Purchasers Group
              Arkansas State University
              Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma




                                                  Terry L. Bryant, V. P. Procurement &
Jim Boggs, Field Supervisor                       Land Management
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service                    Travis Lumber Company, Inc.



Jim Crouch, Owner                                 Dennis Daniel, Regional Biologist
Jim Crouch & Associates                           National Wild Turkey Federation



D. Colton Dennis, President
AR Ch of the American Fisheries                   James Forbes, County Judge
Society                                           Scott County, Arkansas




                                                  Jane Anderson, Assistant Chief of Wildlife
Mike Fuhr, Oklahoma State                         Management Division
DirectorThe Nature Conservancy                    Arkansas Game and Fish Commission



Cory Gray, President                              Jim Guldin, Project Leader
AR Ch of The Wildlife Society                     Southern Research Station


                                                  Dr. Chris Kellner
Lundy Kiger                                       Professor of Wildlife Science
AES Shady Point, LLC                              Arkansas Tech University


                                                  Marion T. Mathis,
Ronald E. Masters, Director of                    Executive Secretary
Research                                          SEBASCOTT Economic Development
Tall Timbers Research, Inc.           SEBASCOTT   Council



                                                  Bill Pell, Acting Forest Supervisor
Larry Nance, Deputy State Forester                Ouachita National Forest
              Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


Arkansas Forestry Commission


Nick Prough
Director of Chapter Development
Chief Wildlife Biologist                       James Rankin, Vice Provost for
Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation,          Research and Economic Development
Inc.                                           University of Arkansas



Scott Simon, Arkansas State Director           Priya Shahani, Program Coordinator
The Nature Conservancy                         Monarch Joint Venture



                                               John Skeen, Senior Wildlife Biologist
Wayne Shumake, President                       Oklahoma Department of Wildlife
Arkansas Wildlife Federation                   Conservation



                                               Dr. Chris Kellner
Mary M. Smith, Education Director              Professor of Wildlife Science
Audubon Arkansas                               Arkansas Tech University


                                               Ronald A. Van Den Bussche,
Orley R. Taylor, Director                      Associate Dean of Research
Monarch Watch                                  Oklahoma State University



Caryn C. Vaughn, Director
Ouachita Biological Survey
                                                                                       Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


Attachment E
Predicted Jobs Table from Treat Spreadsheet:                             Employment (# Part and Full-time Jobs)                             Labor Inc (2010 $)
                                                                       Direct       Indirect and Induced       Total        Direct         Indirect and Induced         Total
        Thinning-Biomass: Commercial Forest Products

                                                            Logging      12.8                         14.1       26.9         509,770                     586,384       1,096,154

                                                           Sawmills      17.9                         37.3       55.2         770,574                   1,403,550       2,174,124

                                    Plywood and Veneer Softwood                 -                          -           -               -                           -              -

                                   Plywood and Veneer Hardwood                  -                          -           -               -                           -              -

                                     Oriented Strand Board (OSB)                -                          -           -               -                           -              -

                          Mills Processing Roundwood Pulp Wood            2.2                          8.9       11.0         186,809                     372,753         559,562

                                               Other Timber Products            -                          -           -               -                           -              -

                      Facilities Processing Residue From Sawmills         5.5                         21.4       26.9         412,057                     816,166       1,228,223

               Facilities Processing Residue From Plywood/Veneer                -                          -           -               -                           -              -

                                                    Biomass--Cogen        0.2                          0.1        0.3          14,693                       9,135          23,828

                              Total Commercial Forest Products           38.5                         81.8      120.3       1,893,904                   3,187,988       5,081,892
                    Other Project Activities
                            Facilities, Watershed, Roads and Trails       0.0                          0.0        0.0                0.0                         0.0            0.0
                                           Abandoned Mine Lands           0.0                          0.0        0.0                0.0                         0.0            0.0
        Ecosystem Restoration, Hazardous Fuels, and Forest Health        45.0                          9.3       54.3      1,445,074.2                  388,147.4      1,833,221.6
                                               Commercial Firewood        0.0                          0.0        0.0           429.0                       261.3           690.3
                                               Contracted Monitoring      0.0                          0.0        0.0                0.0                         0.0            0.0

                                   Total Other Project Activities        45.0                         9.13       54.3       1,445,503                     388,409       1,833,912



                             FS Implementation and Monitoring            27.5                          4.7       32.2         431,370                     189,055         620,425
                    Total Other Project Activities & Monitoring          72.6                         14.0       86.5      $1,876,873                    $577,464      $2,454,337

                                                  Total All Impacts     111.0                         95.8      206.8      $3,770,770                  $3,765,451      $7,536,228
                               Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


       Attachment F
       Funding Estimate

(Copy table and provide the planned funding for each additional fiscal year). Funds to be used on NFS lands for
ecological restoration treatments and monitoring that would be available in FY 2011 to match funding from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund

                          Fiscal Year 2011 Funding Type                             Dollars/Value Planned
1. FY 2011 Funding for Implementation                                                               $2,682,500
2. FY 2011 Funding for Monitoring                                                                     $166,070
3. USFS Appropriated Funds                                                                          $1,298,685
4. USFS Permanent & Trust Funds                                                                     $1,298,685
5. Partnership Funds                                                                                        $0
6. Partnership In-Kind Services Value                                                                  $51,200
7. Estimated Forest Product Value                                                                     $200,000
8. Other (specify)                                                                                          $0
9. FY 2011 Total (total of 1-6 above for matching CFLRP request)                                    $2,848,570
10. FY 2011 CFLRP request (must be equal to or less than above total)                                 $341,500
Funding off NFS lands associated with proposal in FY 2010 (does not count toward funding match from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund)
                          Fiscal Year 2011 Funding Type                        Dollars Planned
11. USDI BLM Funds
12. USDI (other) Funds
13. Other Public Funding                                                                              $160,000
Private Funding



(Copy table and provide the planned funding for each additional fiscal year). Funds to be used on NFS lands for
ecological restoration treatments and monitoring that would be available in FY 2012 to match funding from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund

                         Fiscal Year 2012 Funding Type                             Dollars/Value Planned
1. FY 2012 Funding for Implementation                                                               $2,782,500
2. FY 2012 Funding for Monitoring                                                                     $105,270
3. USFS Appropriated Funds                                                                          $1,075,385
4. USFS Permanent & Trust Funds                                                                     $1,075,385
5. Partnership Funds                                                                                  $250,000
6. Partnership In-Kind Services Value                                                                 $187,000
7. Estimated Forest Product Value                                                                     $300,000
8. Other (specify)                                                                                          $0
9. FY 2012 Total (total of 1-6 above for matching CFLRP request)                                    $2,887,770
10. FY 2012 CFLRP request (must be equal to or less than above total)                               $2,429,500
Funding off NFS lands associated with proposal in FY 2010 (does not count toward funding match from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund)
                         Fiscal Year 2012 Funding Type                                 Dollars Planned
11. USDI BLM Funds
12. USDI (other) Funds
13. Other Public Funding                                                                             $160,000
Private Funding
                              Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


(Copy table and provide the planned funding for each additional fiscal year). Funds to be used on NFS lands for
ecological restoration treatments and monitoring that would be available in FY 2013 to match funding from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund
                          Fiscal Year 2013 Funding Type                            Dollars/Value Planned
1. FY 2013 Funding for Implementation                                                              $2,982,030
2. FY 2013 Funding for Monitoring                                                                    $100,470
3. USFS Appropriated Funds                                                                         $1,240,900
4. USFS Permanent & Trust Funds                                                                    $1,140,900
5. Partnership Funds                                                                                 $125,000
6. Partnership In-Kind Services Value                                                                $175,700
7. Estimated Forest Product Value                                                                    $ 400,000
8. Other (specify)                                                                                          $0
9. FY 2013 Total (total of 1-6 above for matching CFLRP request)                                   $3,082,500
10. FY 2013 CFLRP request (must be equal to or less than above total)                              $2,429,500
Funding off NFS lands associated with proposal in FY 2010 (does not count toward funding match from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund)
                          Fiscal Year 2013 Funding Type                                Dollars Planned
11. USDI BLM Funds
12. USDI (other) Funds
13. Other Public Funding                                                                             $160,000
Private Funding



(Copy table and provide the planned funding for each additional fiscal year). Funds to be used on NFS lands for
ecological restoration treatments and monitoring that would be available in FY 2014 to match funding from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund
                          Fiscal Year 2014 Funding Type                             Dollars/Value Planned
1. FY 2014 Funding for Implementation                                                               $2,882,500
2. FY 2014 Funding for Monitoring                                                                      $69,000
3. USFS Appropriated Funds                                                                          $1,174,652
4. USFS Permanent & Trust Funds                                                                     $1,174,652
5. Partnership Funds                                                                                  $100,000
6. Partnership In-Kind Services Value                                                                 $102,196
7. Estimated Forest Product Value                                                                     $400,000
8. Other (specify)                                                                                          $0
9. FY 2014 Total (total of 1-6 above for matching CFLRP request)                                    $2,951,500
10. FY 2014 CFLRP request (must be equal to or less than above total)                               $2,389,500
Funding off NFS lands associated with proposal in FY 2010 (does not count toward funding match from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund)
                          Fiscal Year 2014 Funding Type                                Dollars Planned
11. USDI BLM Funds
12. USDI (other) Funds
13. Other Public Funding                                                                              $160,000
Private Funding
                              Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


(Copy table and provide the planned funding for each additional fiscal year). Funds to be used on NFS lands
for ecological restoration treatments and monitoring that would be available in FY 2015 to match funding from
the Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund
                          Fiscal Year 2015 Funding Type                               Dollars/Value Planned
1. FY 2015 Funding for Implementation                                                               $2,882,500
2. FY 2015 Funding for Monitoring                                                                       $69,000
3. USFS Appropriated Funds                                                                           $1,234,250
4. USFS Permanent & Trust Funds                                                                      $1,234,250
5. Partnership Funds                                                                                         $0
6. Partnership In-Kind Services Value                                                                   $83,000
7. Estimated Forest Product Value                                                                      $400,000
8. Other (specify)                                                                                           $0
9. FY 2015 Total (total of 1-6 above for matching CFLRP request)                                     $2,951,500
10. FY 2015 CFLRP request (must be equal to or less than above total)                                $2,389,500
Funding off NFS lands associated with proposal in FY 2010 (does not count toward funding match from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund)
                          Fiscal Year 2015 Funding Type                                  Dollars Planned
11. USDI BLM Funds
12. USDI (other) Funds
13. Other Public Funding                                                                               $160,000
Private Funding




(Copy table and provide the planned funding for each additional fiscal year). Funds to be used on NFS lands for
ecological restoration treatments and monitoring that would be available in FY 2016 to match funding from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund

                          Fiscal Year 2016 Funding Type                             Dollars/Value Planned
1. FY 2016 Funding for Implementation                                                              $3,032,500
2. FY 2016 Funding for Monitoring                                                                     $69,000
3. USFS Appropriated Funds                                                                         $1,234,250
4. USFS Permanent & Trust Funds                                                                    $1,234,250
5. Partnership Funds                                                                                       $0
6. Partnership In-Kind Services Value                                                                 $83,000
7. Estimated Forest Product Value                                                                    $550,000
8. Other (specify)                                                                                         $0
9. FY 2016 Total (total of 1-6 above for matching CFLRP request)                                   $3,101,500
10. FY 2016 CFLRP request (must be equal to or less than above total)                              $2,389,500
Funding off NFS lands associated with proposal in FY 2010 (does not count toward funding match from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund)
                          Fiscal Year 2016 Funding Type                                Dollars Planned
11. USDI BLM Funds
12. USDI (other) Funds
13. Other Public Funding                                                                             $160,000
Private Funding
                             Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


(Copy table and provide the planned funding for each additional fiscal year). Funds to be used on NFS lands
for ecological restoration treatments and monitoring that would be available in FY 2017 to match funding from
the Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund
                          Fiscal Year 2017 Funding Type                            Dollars/Value Planned
1. FY 2017 Funding for Implementation                                                             $2,882,500
2. FY 2017 Funding for Monitoring                                                                    $69,000
3. USFS Appropriated Funds                                                                        $1,234,250
4. USFS Permanent & Trust Funds                                                                   $1,234,250
5. Partnership Funds                                                                                      $0
6. Partnership In-Kind Services Value                                                                $83,000
7. Estimated Forest Product Value                                                                   $400,000
8. Other (specify)                                                                                        $0
9. FY 2017 Total (total of 1-6 above for matching CFLRP request)                                  $2,951,500
10. FY 2017 CFLRP request (must be equal to or less than above total)                             $2,389,500
Funding off NFS lands associated with proposal in FY 2010 (does not count toward funding match from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund)
                          Fiscal Year 2017 Funding Type                               Dollars Planned
11. USDI BLM Funds
12. USDI (other) Funds
13. Other Public Funding                                                                            $160,000
Private Funding




(Copy table and provide the planned funding for each additional fiscal year). Funds to be used on NFS lands
for ecological restoration treatments and monitoring that would be available in FY 2018 to match funding from
the Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund
                          Fiscal Year 2018 Funding Type                            Dollars/Value Planned
1. FY 2018 Funding for Implementation                                                             $2,782,500
2. FY 2018 Funding for Monitoring                                                                    $69,000
3. USFS Appropriated Funds                                                                        $1,234,250
4. USFS Permanent & Trust Funds                                                                   $1,234,250
5. Partnership Funds                                                                                      $0
6. Partnership In-Kind Services Value                                                                $83,000
7. Estimated Forest Product Value                                                                   $300,000
8. Other (specify)                                                                                        $0
9. FY 2018 Total (total of 1-6 above for matching CFLRP request)                                  $2,851,500
10. FY 2018 CFLRP request (must be equal to or less than above total)                             $2,389,500
Funding off NFS lands associated with proposal in FY 2010 (does not count toward funding match from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund)
                          Fiscal Year 2018 Funding Type                               Dollars Planned
11. USDI BLM Funds
12. USDI (other) Funds
13. Other Public Funding                                                                            $160,000
Private Funding
                              Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma



(Copy table and provide the planned funding for each additional fiscal year). Funds to be used on NFS lands
for ecological restoration treatments and monitoring that would be available in FY 2019 to match funding from
the Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund

                           Fiscal Year 2019 Funding Type                            Dollars/Value Planned
1. FY 2019 Funding for Implementation                                                             $2,982,500
2. FY 2019 Funding for Monitoring                                                                    $69,000
3. USFS Appropriated Funds                                                                        $1,234,250
4. USFS Permanent & Trust Funds                                                                   $1,234,250
5. Partnership Funds                                                                                      $0
6. Partnership In-Kind Services Value                                                                $83,000
7. Estimated Forest Product Value                                                                   $500,000
8. Other (specify)                                                                                        $0
9. FY 2019 Total (total of 1-6 above for matching CFLRP request)                                  $3,051,500
10. FY 2019 CFLRP request (must be equal to or less than above total)                             $2,389,500
Funding off NFS lands associated with proposal in FY 2010 (does not count toward funding match from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund)
                           Fiscal Year 2019 Funding Type                               Dollars Planned
11. USDI BLM Funds
12. USDI (other) Funds
13. Other Public Funding                                                                            $160,000
Private Funding




(Copy table and provide the planned funding for each additional fiscal year). Funds to be used on NFS lands for
ecological restoration treatments and monitoring that would be available in FY 2020 to match funding from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund
                           Fiscal Year 2020 Funding Type                              Dollars/Value Planned
1. FY 2020 Funding for Implementation                                                                $2,932,500
2. FY 2020 Funding for Monitoring                                                                       $69,000
3. USFS Appropriated Funds                                                                           $1,234,250
4. USFS Permanent & Trust Funds                                                                      $1,234,250
5. Partnership Funds                                                                                         $0
6. Partnership In-Kind Services Value                                                                   $83,000
7. Estimated Forest Product Value                                                                      $450,000
8. Other (specify)                                                                                           $0
9. FY 2020 Total (total of 1-6 above for matching CFLRP request)                                     $3,001,500
10. FY 2020 CFLRP request (must be equal to or less than above total)                                $2,389,500
Funding off NFS lands associated with proposal in FY 2010 (does not count toward funding match from the
Collaborative Forested Landscape Restoration Fund)
                           Fiscal Year 2020 Funding Type                                 Dollars Planned
11. USDI BLM Funds
12. USDI (other) Funds
13. Other Public Funding                                                                              $160,000
Private Funding
                                                           Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma


Attachment G

Maps

G-1 Overview of Project Area
G-2 Priority Treatment Areas by Watersheds
G-3 NEPA Ready and In Process Areas by Watersheds
G-4 Priority 1 Treatment Activity Map by Watersheds
G-5 Priority 2 Treatment Activity Map by Watersheds
G-6 Priority 3 Treatment Activity Map by Watersheds
G-7 Communities at Risk within and 5 miles surrounding Ouachita NF
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Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma
Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma
Shortleaf-Bluestem Community, Ouachita NF: Arkansas and Oklahoma
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