The project involves clear-cutting and selection harvesting of timber on forest lands. The project will result in: (1) clear-cutting of 130.6 acres (37.8% of the total) and (2) selection harvesting of 198.5 acres (57.5% of the total). A total of 15.9 acres (9.2% of the total 345 acres) of the best and most suitable habitat for the Trinity bristle snail will be retained unaltered as Habitat Retention Areas within clear-cutting zones. Project-related impacts are expected to result in the take of Trinity bristle snail, a species protected by the California Endangered Species Act (CESA). DFG is issuing the CESA incidental take permit referenced above as a responsible agency under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).