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Response to Comments, include submission of transcriptions or other notes from oral statements or presentation For the purposes. of this rule specific written comments should be 1 within the scope of the proposed action 2 have a. direct relationship to the proposed action and 3 must include supporting reasons for the responsible. official to consider Appendix A, Mr Artley submitted supporting documentation for opposing views for timber harvest fuel reduction. and roads The IDT reviewed each opposing view Comments are provided in Appendices B C and D. Comments were received on 26 topics although most topics were related to fuels timber treatments. roads and trails and alternatives Specific comments were received by six 6 individuals Table 2. Specific comments were primarily supportive of Alternative 1 Alternative 3 fuels reduction actions or. recreation opportunities One specific comment was related to potential barriers Eleven 69 of the. public comment letters supported the project, Table 2 Summary of comments received. Number of Specific Specific Supporting Supporting, Letter Name Comment Topics. Comments Comment Topic Comment Topic, 1 Steven Brink 5 Biomass Canopy Cover No No.
Contracting Economics, 2 Mary Ann Avalos 1 General No No. 3 Kirk Stuepfert 2 Non motorized Trails No Yes Proposed. 4 Mike Cooke 3 Non motorized Trails No No, 5 Dick Artley 115 80 Collaboration EA Revision No No. Timber 60 Economics Effects Fuels, Fuels and 57 General IDT Credentials NEPA. Roads Opposing Views Public Opinion, Opposing Purpose and Need Response to. Views Comments Roads Science, 6 Katherine Rakow 2 Alternatives Recreation Yes Alternatives Yes Alternative 1.
Recreation, 7 Kimberly Grissom 6 Alternatives General Yes Alternatives Yes Alternative 3. 8 Jerry Jensen 10 Alternatives Economics Fuels Yes Economics Yes Alternative 1. General Roads Timber Wildlife, 9 George Hall 5 Fuels General Non motorized Yes Fuels Yes Fuels. Trails Target Shooting Reduction Reduction, 10 Rita Sorrenti 3 General Roads Yes Alternative 3. 11 John Buckley 7 Fuels General SAFs Yes Alternative 3. Julia Stephens then 1 Mon, 12 Michael Skenfield 1 General No Yes Timber. Treatments, 13 Eloise Fischer 6 Barriers Livestock Yes Barriers Yes Alternative 1.
14 Mark Korte 4 Canopy Cover Target Shooting No No. Vehicle Noise, 15 Kevin O Hara 6 Alternatives General Yes Alternatives Yes Alternative 3. 16 Brian Wayland 6 Biomass General Purpose and No Yes Purpose and. Need Timber Wildlife Need, Letter 5 Dick Artley, Mr Artley s comment letter described 9 issues with the proposed action. Issue 1 Some IDT members claim No Action will result in the increased probability of severe. wildfires This is inconsistent with the best science quoted below Indeed for decades USFS leaders. have promised the public that agency projects will be based on best science Opposing Views. Attachment 3 was provided for support of this Issue. Hemlock Landscape Restoration 45690, Issue 1 was really a fuels reduction issue Most of his comments were directed towards removing. large trees and leaving surface fuels which is the opposite of what is proposed in the Hemlock project. area As such comments directed toward this issue were not specific to the Hemlock project. Issue 2 The American people do not want their national forests logged and roaded up Vaguely. mentions all opposing view attachments but concentrates on Opposing Views Attachments 1 and 4. for support of this Issue, The supporting views were focused on a political argument against harvesting large trees clear. cutting and building roads The Hemlock project does not propose clearcutting does not propose to. harvest large fire resistant trees and does not propose to build new roads As such comments directed. for toward Issue 2 were not specific to the Hemlock project. Issue 3 Collaborative group You use an independently organized collaborative group Amador. Calaveras Consensus Group ACCG to guide your selection of the Proposed Action in lieu of public. scoping comments as mandated by NEPA The interested public does not know why you rely on a. small collaborative group with members having unknown natural resource interests and needs. Collaborative group input must not replace public comments. The ACCG Collaborative did not replace the Forest Service standard public comment procedures. The Forest Service still posted the project in the SOPA still sent project scoping announcements to. all stakeholders including Mr Artley and still held public meetings and fieldtrips all of which is. documented in the EA The Collaborative participation was one part of the project s public. involvement strategy As such comments directed toward Issue 3 were not specific to the Hemlock. Issue 4 Please post your responses to public comments on this online as well as maintaining a. hardcopy in the Project File, Responses to comments are available electronically in the project record In addition response to.
comments will be posted on the SOPA webpage As such comments directed toward Issue 4 were. not specific to the Hemlock project, Issue 5 Competent professional USFS line officers don t backhand and insult the public they. supposedly serve by declaring their comments to be non relevant. A detailed content analysis was conducted by the IDT using definitions for specific comments per. 36 CFR 218 and includes a narrative to substantiate the Forest Service response As such comments. directed toward Issue 5 were not specific to the Hemlock project. Issue 6 The pre decisional EA does not contain a legitimate economic analysis to determine if the. USFS will spend more money planning preparing and administering the sale than they receive from. the timber purchaser who buys the sale, An economic analysis to assist in comparing alternatives was conducted and displayed in the EA. Costs for planning are the same regardless of alternative selected and so would not have provided any. additional information to compare alternatives in the economic analysis As such comments directed. toward Issue 6 were not specific to the Hemlock project. Issue 7 Ranger McClung please respond to the opposing views contained in the Opposing Views. Attachments to these comments to the comments, The IDT reviewed all three Opposing View Attachments and provided responses to each opposing. views Appendices B C and D Opposing View Attachments did not refute the science used to plan. the Hemlock project As such comments directed toward Issue 7 were not specific to the Hemlock. Response to Comments, Issue 8 The Proposed Action will clearly cause the resource degradation and destruction described. in the ATTACHMENTS to these comments, The IDT reviewed all opposing view documents and found no additional information supporting.
resource degradation or destruction that may result from the implementation of the Hemlock project. In addition effects related to project activities are detailed in specialist reports and summarized in. Chapter 3 and Finding of No Significant Impact As such comments directed toward Issue 8 were. not specific to the Hemlock project, Issue 9 Ranger McClung you have consciously selected literature for the References section that. excludes science describing how logging will adversely affect non timber natural resources in the sale. The IDT reviewed all opposing view documents and found no literature that refuted the site specific. scientific literature e g GTR 220 North et al 2009 that was used to design the Hemlock project In. addition each specialist analyzed and reported any adverse effects related project implementation. These adverse effects are summarized in Chapter 3 and detailed in individual Specialist Reports. located in the project record and posted on the SOPA website As such comments directed toward. Issue 9 were not specific to the Hemlock project, Request for Clarification. Before completing this Response to Comments an email project record was sent to Mr Artley. requesting he clarify his comments with the following specific requests in regards to the literature. citations he provided, Please explain how each article citation that you referenced relates to the Hemlock Landscape. Restoration Project proposed action, Where possible please include the page numbers for each article cited where information that applies. to the Hemlock Landscape Restoration Project exists. Where possible please include the sections and page numbers of the Hemlock Landscape Restoration. Environmental Assessment and or specialist reports where the literature cited applies and how. Mr Artley s response did not provide any project specific clarification project record. Hemlock Landscape Restoration 45690, Appendix A Comments and Responses.
Table A 1 contains the comments submitted by the individuals listed in Table 1 with Forest Service. response to comments ID refers to the letter number Table 1 and comment number. Table A 1 Comments and Responses, ID Topic Comment Specific Response. 1 1 Economics Economic Report I think best available jobs data would be the No 1 The attached was an example of. McKillop study that showed 6 4 direct jobs mmbf harvested and economic analysis conducted by. an economic multiplier of 2 1 The Sierra Nevada 2001 McKillop. Framework ran the IMPLAN model for each of the job sectors in The Forest Service appreciates. each of the rural counties It verifies that 2 1 is a good multiplier the information on the McKillop. Excerpt from McKillop s Study is attached study This information can be. used in future analyses, However economic evaluation of. action alternatives was, conducted primarily to compare. between alternatives The Forest, Service used the same. assumptions between, alternatives for our current, evaluation As such using a.
different coefficient of, jobs accomplishment would yield. similar trends between, alternatives, 1 2 Biomass I suggest the selected alternative should call for biomass to be No 1 The Forest Service may require. Contracting moved to the landings and piled Those landings accessible by biomass be removed on some. chip vans have the potential opportunity with a 20 bone dry units for fuel accumulation. ton transportation grant from the Biomass Crop Assistance reasons There are also units. Program BCAP to be removed to the Buena Vista or where biomass removal may be. Ultrapower Biomass Powerplants Do not require removal If flexible and the purchaser may. you do fuel supplier will not be able to obtain a BCAP grant to seek removal by agreement. haul the biomass to the powerplant that you appraise to If the Biomass removal actions may be. 20 bone dry ton is sufficient to pay the biomass out of the achieved through an Integrated. woods the Purchaser will seek from the Forest Service the Resource Stewardship Contract. ability to remove it by agreement utilizing Cornerstone funds and. potential other grant dollars, 1 3 Contracting The project should be designed to be an Integrated Resource No 1 An Integrated Resource Service. Service Contract Service items that can t be covered within the Contract is a likely. IRTC should be completed with separate service contracts implementation tool for this. typically hand thinning and mastication are examples of service project However analyzing the. work that have costs such that an IRTC cannot be generated contract or stewardship tool is. outside the scope of the NEPA, 1 4 Canopy It s unclear why you re providing 40 canopy cover on No 1 Canopy cover retention in the. Cover ridgetops Malcolm North July 2014 Topographic Variation project area is regulated by the. clearly shows that historically the Sierra Nevada s averaged Stanislaus National Forest Plan. only 18 canopy cover on ridgetops Direction 18 canopy cover. retention along ridges is not, consistent with the Forest Plan.
1 5 Roads It appears the project likely has a substantial road package If No 1 See response to comment 1 3. the cost is prohibitive to be carried by an IRTC the CMRD. appropriation is apportioned to have money for, decommissioning R5 or the Forest should have CMRD set. aside for decommissioning this may make a nice separate. service contract, 2 1 General Caltrans has reviewed the Environmental Assessment We No 1 2 3 General Comment. have no further comments, 3 1 General This project is of great importance to me my family and No 3 General Comment of Support. neighbors as we have residence in the center of much of this. work and use the surrounding national forest on a regular basis. The scope of work appears to be of great benefit to the health. Response to Comments, ID Topic Comment Specific Response. of the forest and to the safety of adjoining private properties. such as ours in the Skyhigh community, 3 2 Non I find one large opportunity for this project that is unmet to plan No 1 General suggestion about.
motorized and incorporate needed multi use non motorized trails There is improving non motorized. Trails a great unmet demand for sustainable and usable multiuse non recreation in the project area. motorized trails for walking hiking mountain The suggested trail routes would. biking skiing horseback riding Here are some examples that improve non motorized recreation. would greatly benefit local residents as well as visiting friends in the project area Some of the. and family tourists and campers suggested routes e g Big. A trail from Big Meadow up the Big Meadow Creek and Meadow Creek . Hemlock Landscape Restoration 45690 1 Hemlock Landscape Restoration 45690 Response to Comments Stanislaus National Forest Calaveras Ranger District Tuolumne County Californ

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