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Proposed Action. Purpose and Need A proposal to authorize, recommend, or implement an action in response to the need identified in the Purpose and Need Scoping Alternatives. Identifies where, when, why, and what, based on existing and desired future condition

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proposed action
Proposed Action

Purpose and Need

A proposal to authorize, recommend, or implement an action in response to the need identified in the Purpose and Need

Scoping

Alternatives

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Identifies where, when, why, and what, based on existing and desired future condition

  • Sets the boundary or spatial net of where activity may potentially occur
  • Lists types of actions, e.g. commercial, PCT, rx fire; estimates total treatment area
  • Is a starting point, not an endpoint, for continued collaborative involvement; many ways to modify the outcomes remain
  • Is followed by alternative development, which responds to issues raised during scoping and other possible needed actions
what does this mean for us
What does this mean for us?
  • Forest Service needs to direct ID team to area proposed for management by May
  • We need to give them a sense of the broad areas and issues we want to see at this proposed action stage
how might we organize this
How might we organize this?

Group articulates a proposed action for itself; and/or responds to Forest Service’s proposed action

Group identifies specific issues of interest to explore through subcommittees

Group develops alternative(s) based on work of subcommittees

how does the learning design fit in
How does the learning design fit in?
  • Can potentially be a way for us to explore areas of uncertainty under the large net of the proposed action—where are we unsure of actions within or outside of plantations?
  • If questions designed to do so, can help us address issues of group agreement as a joint fact-finding exercise
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Should the Forest Service develop a proposed action for plantations only? Why?

  • Should the Forest Service include some ground beyond plantations in their proposed action? If so, where and why?
purpose and need
Purpose and Need
  • Protect and restore or maintain ecological resiliency, and restore functions and processes of upland forest to federal land and adjacent state and private lands by moving toward Range of Variation (RV) in forest structure, density, and species.
  • Protect and restore or maintain clean water, stable soils, native vegetation and quality habitat, including extent and distribution of cover, forage, and disturbance processes for native fish and wildlife.
  • Provide forest products to mills within NE Oregon that will provide jobs and contribute to maintaining industry infrastructure and socioeconomic stability for local communities.
  • Incorporate meaningful consideration of appropriate access; social, recreational, cultural, and traditional uses; and administrative purposes.
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Analysis should occur:

    • Within the planning area, from ridgetop to ridgetop
    • At the HUC 5 scale – to provide a landscape analysis basis for HRV and reflecting the fact that the planning area includes portions of 3 HUC 5 watersheds
joint fact finding moote 2013
Joint Fact Finding, Moote 2013

1. Convene a team of people with different perspectives on the issue

2. Agree on the nature of the problem and questions that need to be answered

3. Identify and select qualified experts to assist the team

4. Work with the experts to refine the questions and agree on methods for answering them

5. Identify and review relevant information, including technical and scientific documents

6. Write a summary report synthesizing what has been learned, including any outstanding questions or disagreements