General Information Assessment Date: Monday, July 15, 2013Meadow Name: Death Canyon MeadowMeadow Reference: UCDSNM000595Organization Affiliation: American RiversAssessment Completed: Yes General Characteristics Land Ownership: U.S. Forest Service Physical Condition Main Channel Bank Height: Natural ConditionGullies: Natural ConditionTotal Bank Stability: Natural ConditionVegetation Cover: Slightly ImpactedEncroachment: Natural Condition Restoration Efforts Restoration Efforts: YesComments on Restoration: Headcut repair Additional Observations Headcut Present: YesNumber of Headcuts: 2Ponds Present: NoAspen Trees Present: No Grazing and Cattle Grazing Trails: YesStubble: 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: 6%Willow, Alder, and Aspen Coverage: 1% Surveyors Jacob Dyste Comments General Comments: Incised channel is 3 to 4 feet deep at the toe of the meadow. Headcuts there have been successfully stablilized with rock. There are now no active headcuts. There are potholes in the meadow that are evenly spaced. There is one boulder in a pothole with a 355 stamped on it. This is similar to a stamp on a headcut repair in Brown Meadow. There are think sedges between the potholes that could have been done as restoration work.