Phase 2 of the Monroe Mountain project will involve improving aspen ecosystems on the Monroe Mountain by mechanically thinning conifer within 600-800 acres of aspen stands, prescribed fire within approximately […]
Prescribed burning of approximately 3,036 acres to improve wildlife habitat and promote aspen regeneration.
Continues with riparian restoration efforts on 957 acres within the Courthouse Wash Watershed with the mechanical and manual removal of tamarisk and Russian olive, and herbicide applications.
Treat 2,257 acres on the east side of Utah Lake to remove phragmites and other invasive vegetation.
Treat 2,000 acres using a bullhog to remove hazardous fuels and improve habitat for sage grouse in the Book Cliffs.
Three prescribed fires on the Evanston-Mountain View Ranger District of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest to regenerate aspen and improve wildlife habitat.
Aspen regeneration cuts on 59 acres. Repair Blubber Creek outflow to maintain 2 acres of potential boreal toad breeding habitat. Build three beaver dam analogues.
Reduce hazard fuels through mechanical thinning on 2,446 acres on the La Sal Mountains east of Moab.
Improve the watershed conditions and mule deer winter range by reducing juniper density and canopy cover on 1427 acres through mastication and lop and scatter.
Cut down 174 acres of Russian olive and tamarisk and treat the stumps with herbicide.