General Information Assessment Date: Friday, July 12, 2013Meadow Name: Ramshaw Meadow Meadow Reference: UCDSNM000750Organization Affiliation: American RiversAssessment Completed: Yes General Characteristics Land Ownership: U.S. Forest Service Physical Condition Main Channel Bank Height: Moderately ImpactedSecondary Channel Bank Height: Slightly ImpactedGullies: Moderately ImpactedTotal Bank Stability: Moderately ImpactedSecondary Channel Bank Stability: Slightly ImpactedVegetation Cover: Natural ConditionEncroachment: Heavily Impacted Restoration Efforts Restoration Efforts: YesComments on Restoration: Resting and fencing Additional Observations Headcut Present: YesNumber of Headcuts: 2Ponds Present: NoAspen Trees Present: No Grazing and Cattle Grazing Trails: NoStubble: NoDung in Channel: YesHoof Prints on Banks: No Human Impacts Trail: YesEvidence of OHV use: NoRoad: NoCorral: NoBuilding: NoVehical Access: No Adjacent Land Use Adjacent Culvert: NoAdjacent Bridge: NoAdjacent Road: NoAdjacent Building: No Coverage Gopher Disturbance: 2%Willow, Alder, and Aspen Coverage: 30% Surveyors Jacob Dyste Comments General Comments: Large meadow shaped like a Y. Old photos show inset floodplain developing after grazing. NE stringer is a small trib that looked very healthy. SE stringer has a beaver dam that is building sediment behind it for most of that section. Water is much higher behind the dam.