General Information Project: SEKI Wilderness Meadows Scorecard AssessmentAssessment Date: Thursday, July 13, 2017Meadow Name: Boggy MeadowMeadow Reference: No MeadowOrganization Affiliation: American RiversAssessment Completed: Yes General Characteristics Watershed: Upper KingElevation: 2,222mSlope: 1.3ºLand Ownership: Kings Canyon National ParkHydrogeomorphic Type: Discharge slope Physical Condition Main Channel Bank Height: Heavily ImpactedGullies: Slightly ImpactedTotal Bank Stability: Moderately ImpactedVegetation Cover: Slightly ImpactedBare Ground: Slightly ImpactedEncroachment: Heavily ImpactedAssessment Points: 13 Restoration Efforts Restoration Efforts: NoComments on Restoration: There were restoration efforts, but none were found Additional Observations Headcut Present: YesNumber of Headcuts: 2Ponds Present: NoAspen Trees Present: YesBeavers: NoFish Observed: No Grazing and Cattle Grazing Trails: NoStubble: NoDung in Channel: NoHoof Prints on Banks: No Human Impacts Trail: NoEvidence of OHV use: NoRoad: NoCorral: NoBuilding: NoVehical Access: No Adjacent Land Use Adjacent Culvert: NoAdjacent Bridge: NoAdjacent Road: NoAdjacent Building: No Coverage Gopher Disturbance: 0%Willow, Alder, and Aspen Coverage: 20% Comments General Comments: The size of the gully in the main channel would be difficult to address. Good to keep an eye on the large headcut (Headcut #1), off of the main channel in west meadow patch. Currently stabalized by lodgepole and cracked boulder- see photos 425 and 426. Intact meadow above is at risk if these move. 1000's of yards of sediment lost during gully formation- where did it go? Only 2 vegetation transects because it is a small meadow. Small meadow persists, appears to be sustained by slope hydrology. Meadow is labeled as "No Meadow" because there is not a polygon in the current database.