The applicant proposes the following 8 (eight) activities that have the potential to substantially divert or obstruct the natural flow or substantially change the bed, channel, or bank of a river, stream, or lake designated by the Department (California Fish and Game Code, Section 1603): Activity 1 and 2 propose to draft water out of a Class II watercourse for the purpose of dust abatement; Activity 3 proposes to draft water from a pond that is not associated with a watercourse (the site was excavated in order to convert a spring or wet area into a water hole so that water could be drafted for the purpose of dust abatement); Activity 4 proposes to install a railcar bridge either temporarily or permanently across a Class I watercourse; Activity 5 proposes to de-commission (culvert removal) a Class II seasonal road crossing that has failed; Activity 6 proposes to install a permanent culvert on a Class II seasonal road crossing; Activity 7 proposes to remove a Class II crossing that consists of tow culverts (24-inch and 36-inch diameter) over an old Humboldt-style crossing and replace it with a 60-inch culvert and Activity 8 proposes to replace of short (approx. 50-feet) unstable railcar bridge with longer steel-plated bridge. All projects are located within the Sherwood Peak USGS 7.5-minute quadrangle map (specific map coordinates are found in each project description). The proposed projects are associated with the Fox-Reynolds Timber Harvest Plan (THP), 1-01-371 MEN and Falk-Reynolds (THP that is to be located in T19N, R15W sections 5 and 7; T20N, R15W, sections 31 and 32; and T19N, R16W, Section 1, for the purpose of dust abatement using water from sites described in activities 1, 2 and 3). The proposed projects are located in the Middle (Clark) Fork watershed, Mendocino County. The property owner is Campbell Timberland Management LLC, Fort Bragg, California. The associated permit shall be valid for up to 5 (five) years and shall not exceed the permitted duration of the 1-01-371 MEN THP without amending the activity descriptions (i.e., incorporating the THP number for Falk Reynolds). The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is executing a Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreement R3-2001-0915, pursuant to Section 1603 of the Fish and Game Code to the project applicant, Mr. Michael Williams, Campbell Timberland Management.