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CountyAcreage:

Entry YearCompartment

Compartment Review Presentation Forest Management UnitBaraga

1108220172,354Keweenaw

Management Area: Keweenaw Tip

Legal Description:

Identified Planning Goals:

Soil and topography:

Ownership Patterns, Development, and Land Use in and Around the Compartment:

Unique Natural Features:

Archeological, Historical, and Cultural Features:

Special Management Designations or Considerations:

Watershed and Fisheries Considerations:

Wildlife Habitat Considerations:

Mineral Resource and Development Concerns and/or Restrictions

Vehicle Access:

Survey Needs:

Recreational Facilities and Opportunities:

Fire Protection:

T58N R28W, Sections 11, 14, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 35, 36.

This is an area of fairly rugged topography. Even the more level areas of upland are rocky. Soils are Trimountain-Lac La Belle- Michigamme complex, Arcadian-Dishno-Rock Outcrop complex, Arcadian-Michigamme-Rock Outcrop complex, Arcadian-Nipissing-Rock Outcrop complex, Montreal-Paavola-Dishno complex, Copper Harbor-Bete Grise complex. Lupton and Tawas mucks, Dawson and Loxley peat.

Lands to the north are commercial forest. Lands to the west are a mix of commercial forest and small private owners. State land is to the east, and Lake Superior is to the south. Use on land to the north is predominantly commercial forest.

There are some threatened or endangered plants within the compartment.

It is probable that there are some archeological sites within the compartment.

There are many natural communities throughout this compartment that are recognized by MNFI.

The Montreal River runs through much of this compartment and is a high quality trout stream.

Maintain Montreal River vicinity in its natural state for scenic, water quality, and wildlife travel corridor purposes. This compartment features threatened and endangered plant species.

Surface sediments consist of coarse-textured glacial till thin to discontinuous along the coastline. There is insufficient data to determine the glacial drift thickness. The Precambrian Copper Harbor Conglomerate subcrops below the glacial drift. The Copper Harbor was previously mined for small amounts of copper. There are no gravel pits in the area, but there should be some potential. Abandoned copper mines are located just to the north and the economic copper has probably been removed. The Compartment has not leased for metallic exploration recently. There is no economic oil and gas production in the UP.

Access is from the end of US-41 east of Copper Harbor using the Mandan Road. DNR has easements for parts of that road, as well as other roads accessing state land. The road system is generally poor (rough roads).

If harvest activities are prescribed survey will be required.

Revision Date: 2014-12-01

Stand Examiner:

05/20/2015 11:36:48 AM - Page 1 of 2 LEMARBEM

Additional Compartment Information:

The Keystone Bay fire burn in this compartment. Fires exhibit ground fire behavior and have extremely limited road access.

The following reports from the Inventory are attached: Total Acres by Cover Type and Age Class Cover Type by Harvest Method Proposed Treatments No Limiting Factors Proposed Treatments With Limiting Factors Stand Details (Forested and Nonforested) Dedicated and Proposed Special Conservation Areas Site Condition Details

The following information is displayed, where pertinent, on the attached compartment maps: Base feature information, stand boundaries, cover types, and numbers Proposed treatments Site condition boundaries Details on the road access system

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