To restore stream diversions that have resulted in landslides into Sparkle and Scotch Creeks, restore natural drainage patterns, reduce road related erosion, and provide good four-wheel drive access on roads required for future silviculture treatments. Resources at stake include: water quality, slope stability and downstream fish habitat; forest road infrastructure, and; forest resources. Scotch Creek is not a community watershed.
Michael J. Milne.
Milne, Michael J.. 2007. Project completion abstract for environmental maintenance projects (roads activity area) and road deactivation, landslide and gully rehabilitation (terrestrial activity area): environmental maintenance and permanent road deactivation, Sparkle and Bowler Creek area, Southern Interior Forest Region. Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Forest Science Program. Forest Investment Account Report. FIA2007MR043