SHOSHONE COOPERATING AGENCY COALITION by fjzhangweiyun

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									SHOSHONE NATIONAL FOREST DRAFT PLAN
         Dale Kerkvliet, CF ®
              Webinar
          November 8, 2012
 Lands Suitable for Timber Production
  “The timber suitability classification for the Shoshone was
    accomplished by applying planning regulation criteria
    (36 CFR 219.14 1982 regulations) in a step-wise process.

   Forest-wide geographic information system data were
   used to analyze and map the classification. Ranger
   district timber personnel reviewed the results and
   adjusted criteria to reflect on-the-ground experience.”
3,000,000

                    2,438,000 Acres                     Wilderness, Dunoir,
                                                        High Lakes, Wild
2,500,000
                                                        river, RNA
                                                        Rock, Steep slopes,
2,000,000                                               Restocking not
                                                        assured
                                                        Grass, Shrub,
1,500,000
                                                        Noncommercial
                                                        Species, Soil Type
1,000,000                                               Management area
                                                        Direction
 500,000
                                                        Suitable Acres

       0

            Alt A   Alt B   Alt C Alt D Alt E   Alt F
3,000,000

                                                        Wilderness, Dunoir,
                                                        High Lakes, Wild
2,500,000
                                                        river, RNA
                                                        Rock, Steep slopes,
2,000,000                                               Restocking not
                                                        assured
                                                        Grass, Shrub,
1,500,000
                                                        Noncommercial
                                                        Species, Soil Type
1,000,000                                               Management area
                                                        Direction
 500,000
                                                        Suitable Acres

       0

            Alt A   Alt B   Alt C Alt D Alt E   Alt F        ASQ Acres
3,000,000

                                                        Wilderness, Dunoir,
                                                        High Lakes, Wild
2,500,000
                                                        river, RNA
                                                        Rock, Steep slopes,
2,000,000                                               Restocking not
                                                        assured
                                                        Grass, Shrub,
1,500,000
                                                        Noncommercial
                                                        Species, Soil Type
1,000,000                                               Management area
                                                        Direction
 500,000
                                                        Suitable Acres

       0

            Alt A   Alt B   Alt C Alt D Alt E   Alt F        ASQ Acres
            127,000 acres
 Alternative B –
Suitable Timber


   127,009 acres
   Suitable…for
   Production
 127,000
ASQ Acres
Constructed   “Rolled-Up”
    Draft Standards and
   Guidelines Components


Designed to be Deconstructed…

         “Rolled-Up”
Standards and Guidelines Components
        DRAFT: Construction
•Not an option for unstable soils/landscape.

•Designed, located, and constructed to be low-
impact and reclaimed - usually within 1 year.

•Designed to the minimum standard necessary
to access the target.

•Located to lie lightly on the landscape and
minimize impacts to soil, water, wildlife, etc.

•continued…
Constructed to be “rolled up/deconstructed
    Place logs and slash          Establish
    against standing trees        vertical
    on downhill side to           cut-slopes
    catch fill




               Salvage topsoil
               and stumps place
               above cut slope
 Standards and Guidelines Components
         DRAFT: Construction

 Do not grub stumps below fill to catch the fill.
 Design with grade rolls to divert water from
  surface.
 Draws and drainages need to be assessed
  separately.
 Seed and fertilize road surface.
 Vehicles/equipment “weed free”
 Standards and Guidelines Components
           DRAFT: “Roll-Up”
•Place grubbed stumps at base of cut-
slope

•Retrieve fill and blend to approximate
original slope.

•Spread salvaged topsoil

•Place crib logs at angle to divert water

•continued…
Scatter woody debris




     Seed and fertilize
Standards and Guidelines Components
          DRAFT: “Roll-Up”
• Roll-up corridors can be used for
multiple entries
• Not intended for public use, generally
  • however, ORV use could be allowed
   when not in conflict with intended
   purpose:
       •weekends         • off-season
       •holidays         •others
           Roll-Up Road
            Conception
Alternative B –Suitable Timber
Roll-Up Road Conception

    Alternative B – Management
      Areas and Suitable Timber
Roll-Up Road Conception

                Decade 1
Roll-Up Road Conception

                Decade 2
Roll-Up Road Conception

                Decade 3
Roll-Up Road Conception

                Decade 4
Stewardship End Results Contracting
is a way to…
  •Accomplish multiple projects with a
  single Contract or Agreement
  •Encourages Landscape Level Projects
  •Focus on the “End Results”
Stewardship End Results Contracting
is a way to…
•Extend Agency budgets through:
  •“Goods for Services” & “Retained
     Receipts”
  •“Best Value” Contract Award
  • Cost Share (Match) $ from
     Partner
Stewardship End Results Contracting
is a way to…

•Encourages Collaboration w/ Stakeholders
  •Legislation does not “require” collaboration
  but does state it is “desired.”

  •Forest Service regulations does “require”
  collaboration in order to use Stewardship End
  Result contracting.
Stewardship End Results Contracting



 The SNF Plan include collaborative MINIMUM
                “means test” ?

								
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