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Public Comment
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Ely District, Bristlecone Field Office is asking the public to review and provide comment on the Egan and Johnson Basin Restoration Project Preliminary Environmental Assessment. The 30-day public comment period concludes Monday, Aug. 28, 2017.
 
 
 

The Bristlecone Field Office is proposing to conduct a habitat and vegetation restoration project within an 84,675 acre project area in the Egan and Johnson Basins.  Treatments would focus primarily on removing pinyon pine (Pinus monophylla) and Utah juniper (Juniperus osteosperma) from sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) communities. The proposed action is to treat approximately 24,375 acres of 21 treatment units and to manually thin pinyon and juniper in some areas (low density tree areas) throughout the entire 84,675 acre project area.  The purpose of the treatments would be to restore sagebrush communities and improve woodland health by reducing tree canopy coverage and density of pinyon pine and Utah juniper. This would also improve Greater sage-grouse and other wildlife habitat, improve vegetation community health, decrease heavy fuel loads, and improve resistance and resiliency to disturbance (wildfire, weeds, etc.). 

A more detailed description of the proposed project is available in the Egan and Johnson Basin Restoration Project Preliminary Environmental Assessment located in the Documents section.

Project Location: Approximately 5 miles west and southwest of Cherry Creek, NV.

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If you would like to provide comment on the proposed project, please go to How to get Involved.  

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