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Released in May, 2006, the 2007 Thin has the largest acreage ever proposed for a timber sale in the Clackamas Ranger District. The final Decision Notice of this project has been issued and logging is assumed to be started.
Rod, Reel, Pin, Beluga-Orca, Pink
The 2007 Thin is a difficult project to monitor as it includes many small parts over a large area. The northern part of the proposal lies to the west of Highway 224. At the junction for Road 54, take right. Several units are in the Fish Creek drainage off Road 54. Follow Road 5410 to weave through many of the upper units. Back on Highway 224, head south for approx. 5 miles to reach the junction for Road 4620 to the right. This road meets up with many of the middle units. Near the Ripplebrook Ranger Station is the junction for Road 43 to the right. This road will access many of the roads leading to the lower units of this project. Bringing a map is VERY suggested!
The 56.6 miles of road closure " only applies to Alternative C in the Preliminary Assessment (PA). Alternative B is the Forest Service 's proposed alternative