Anderson Marsh SHP Himalayan Blackberry Removal and Habitat


SCH Number
Public Agency
California Department of Parks and Recreation
Document Title
Anderson Marsh SHP Himalayan Blackberry Removal and Habitat
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption

Document Description
Remove approximately three acres of Himalayan blackberry, and plant Valley oak of local provenance distributed in a natural pattern over 219 acres at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park to restore habitat over a two year period. The first year, work will mechanically remove Himalayan blackberry; spot spray re-sprouts with triclopyr herbicide by a qualified applicator, and plant 100 Valley oak seedlings no deeper than 14 inches with a ventilated tree tube staked 18' deep and four feet above ground level, a 5' diameter cylinder of 1/4' hardware cloth buried 9' deep and extending 9' above the surface around the tree tube, and a four foot by 40-inch rectangle of biodegradable tarpaper mulch stapled to the ground. The second year, work will plant 600 local Valley oak acorns just below the soil surface in 200 locations (3 acorns to each tree tube).

Contact Information
Bill Salata
California Department of Parks and Recreation
Lead/Public Agency
Northern Buttes District 400 Glen Drive
Oroville, CA 95966

Phone : (707) 279-1936


Other Location Info
Anderson Marsh State Historic Park

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15301, 15304 - Class 1, 4
Reasons for Exemption
Project consists of repair, maintenance and minor public alterations in the condition of land and vegetation that do not involve removal of mature, scenic trees and is included as "resources management projects" in the Department of Parks and Recreation's list of exempt activities in accordance with CCR section 15300.4.

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