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Proposed domestic livestock grazing program for the Umcompahgre Basin Resource Area

United States. Bureau of Land Management. Colorado State Office

Proposed domestic livestock grazing program for the Umcompahgre Basin Resource Area

draft environmental statement

by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Colorado State Office

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Published by The Bureau in S.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land use,
  • United States,
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Uncompahgre Basin Resource Area,
  • Rangelands,
  • Grazing districts,
  • Range management,
  • Grazing

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesUncompahgre Basin Resource Area grazing environmental statement: draft
    Statement prepared by Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior, Colorado State Office
    The Physical Object
    Pagination 509 p. in various pagings :
    Number of Pages509
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25488531M

    It is fortuitous that sportsmen, livestock operators, UDWR, and the U.S. Grazing Service took it upon themselves to move 18 bison from Yellowstone National Park to a remote desert grassland in south central Utah. Interestingly, although many years later, the successful effort in the Book Cliffs followed a similar by: 1. But because livestock grazing is the single largest use of public lands and its impacts are far more pervasive and negative than any other use, the benefits of the NPLGC proposal will be far-reaching and substantial. WWP welcomes the opportunity to join in the NPLGC effort, which will literally change the face of public lands in the West.

    For our overview of Grazing Issues, please read the section on our Home Page.. The Wilderness Act of , Section 4 (b), lists the only allowed uses for designated Wilderness areas as "recreation, scenic, scientific, educational, conservation, and historical use."Section 4 (d) addresses Special Provisions, which has the following language.   In the Great Basin, these include historical practices such as trapping for the fur trade in the mid to late s, predator-control programs using poison on public lands from the early s to to protect livestock (Feldman ), and poisoning of small mammals to protect crop production (Buffum ) and forage seedings (Plummer et al Cited by:

      In July , an application was submitted to change the kind of livestock authorized on these two allotments from cattle to domestic horses, together with a proposal to change the grazing system on these allotments. No Federally managed wild horses or burros will be authorized on either allotment. Types of rangeland. The United States Environmental Protection Agency defines rangeland as "lands on which the native vegetation (climax or natural potential plant community) is predominantly grasses, grass-like plants, forbs, or shrubs suitable for grazing or browsing use." The EPA classifies natural grassland and savannas as rangeland, and in some cases includes .


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(Book, ) [] Get this from a library. Draft environmental statement proposed domestic livestock grazing program for the Uncompahgre basin resource area. United States. Bureau of Land Management. Colorado State Office: Proposed domestic livestock grazing management program in the Gunnison Basin resource area and Silverton Planning Unit, Montrose District, Colorado: draft environmental impact statement / (Montrose, Colo.: The Office, []) (page images at HathiTrust) United States.

Full text of "Proposed domestic livestock grazing management program in the Gunnison basin resource area and Silverton planning unit, Montrose District, Colorado: draft environmental impact statement" See other formats. Proposed domestic livestock grazing management program for the Sonoma-Gerlach resource area, Nevada: final environmental impact statement by United States.

Bureau of Land Management. Winnemucca DistrictPages: The BLM manages livestock grazing on million acres of those lands.

The terms and conditions for grazing on BLM-managed lands (such as stipulations on forage use and season of use) are set forth in the permits and leases issued by the BLM to public land ranchers.

Conservation of Private Grazing Land Program was authorized by the conservation provisions of the Federal Agricultural Improvement and Reform Act ( Farm Bill). The intent of this provision is to provide accelerated technical assistance to owners and managers of grazing land.

The purpose is to provide a coordinated technical program to. Under its multiple-use and sustained yield mandates, the BLM manages public rangelands for various uses and values, including livestock grazing, recreational opportunities, healthy watersheds, and wildlife habitat.

These lands preserve the open spaces that continue to shape the character of the about national and regional rangeland health, including state. Healthy grazing lands provide benefits other than feed for domestic animals.

They are important habitats for a variety of large and small mammals, birds, and insects. Water runoff on healthy grazing land is slow, so more water infiltrates into the soil, providing cleaner, more abundant water for fish, wildlife, and human use.

Bureau of Land Management Library 1, K Vol 4: Final environmental impact statement and proposed plan amendment for the Powder River Basin oil and gas project: (WY).

McGregor Range Grazing ContractsMilitary use on McGregor Range by the U.S. Department of the Army first occurred in The U.S. Army began purchasing private land within and adjacent to McGregor Range in the mid ’s.

Public land on McGregor Range has been withdrawn for use by the U.S. Army as a missile testing range since (Public Land Order No. Proposed domestic livestock grazing program for the Challis planning unit: draft environmental statement / ([Boise]: The Office, []), by United States.

Bureau of Land Management. Idaho State Office (page images at HathiTrust). About Livestock Grazing on Public LandsDuring the era of homesteading, Western public rangelands were often overgrazed because of policies designed to promote the settlement of the West and a lack of understanding of how to care for these lands.

In response to requests from Western ranchers, Congress passed the Taylor Grazing Act of (named after Rep. Responses of Plant Communities to Grazing in the Southwestern United States, U.S. Forest Service, April (PDF; MB) Rangeland field data techniques and data applications.

Spaeth et al., Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, September-October (PDF; MB) New proposed National Resources Inventory protocols on nonfederal rangelands. The No Action Alternative would decrease the largest number of acres available to livestock grazing, affect acres (3 percent) of the planning area.

The Proposed RMP would decrease 7, acres (2 percent) of acres available to livestock grazing. Start studying Chapter 2 Objective Test (WTP) Intro. to Water Treatment. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. United States. Bureau of Land Management: Baker resource management plan: record of decision: rangeland program summary (RPS) / (Vale, Or.: U.S.

Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Vale District Office, Baker Resource Area, []), also by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Baker Resource Area Office (page images at. The U.S. Grazing Service came into being to administer the law, and a fee per head of livestock was installed — the grazing fee.

It was not much then and it is just a token today, but it has to be paid. The grazing permits had “terms and conditions” specifying the details of how, when and where the grazing was to : Ralph Maughan. The draft ROD would authorize continued livestock grazing on the Blackrock, Cherry Creek, Currant, Ellison Basin, Illipah, Pine Creek/Quinn Canyon, Tom Plain, and Treasure Hill allotments.

The draft ROD would also re-open and authorize grazing on the portion of the Troy Mountain Allotment that is not within the Grant Range Wilderness.We initiated programmatic environmental statements on broad program areas of coal, oil shale, upland oil and gas leasing, timber harvest, and management of domestic livestock.

The proposed construction of the Alaska Pipeline was a major project requiring the Bureau's workforce to develop environmental and technical guidelines and monitoring for.There is a need for continued livestock grazing on the Bridger-Teton National Forest to meet the direction provided by the Bridger Teton Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan) to contribute to the prosperity of communities (Goal ) and provide forage for aboutanimal unit months of livestock grazing annually (Objective (h)).