General Information Project: SEKI Wilderness Meadows Scorecard AssessmentAssessment Date: Friday, August 3, 2018Meadow Name: Fallen Moon MeadowMeadow Reference: UCDSNM003300Organization Affiliation: American RiversAssessment Completed: Yes General Characteristics Watershed: Upper KingElevation: 2,931mLand Ownership: Kings Canyon National Park Physical Condition Main Channel Bank Height: Natural ConditionGullies: Natural ConditionTotal Bank Stability: Natural ConditionVegetation Cover: Slightly ImpactedBare Ground: Natural ConditionEncroachment: Moderately ImpactedAssessment Points: 21 Restoration Efforts Restoration Efforts: No Additional Observations Headcut Present: NoAspen Trees Present: NoBeavers: NoFish Observed: Yes Grazing and Cattle Grazing Trails: NoStubble: NoDung in Channel: YesHoof 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: 1% Comments General Comments: Encroachment: baby conifers encroaching mainly on SE edge of Meadow where it appears to be drier. we hypothesize that this area is drier because it is fed by seasonal runoff, the main channel runs below this area.Conifers also encroaching on Northern meadow and eastern border. ~5% of encroaching conifers are dying because they are falling into channel (widening channel). Successful retake of historic photos. Thick patch of cornlilies in woodland forest on eastern side of meadow. No cornliliy in meadow.