Current Projects
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67924#67924 Abstract
:The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Salt Lake Field Office (SLFO) is preparing this Environmental Assessment (EA) to analyze the renewal of 10-year term grazing permits for the following five (5) allotments: Dry Canyon, Lynn, Red Butte, Owl Springs, and Kimball Creek.These allotments were grouped for analytic purposes in a single EA based on geographic proximity and similar resource values ( State of Utah Grazing Improvement Program and Grazing Allotment Permittees (A. William Kimber, Clay N. Blanthorn, Burt C. Kunzler, Della Ranches, Grouse Creek Livestock Association, Jay or Diane Tanner, A. William Kimber, Kimber Edwin Estate, KN Double Cone Ranch L.L.C., Lyman Kimber, Milt Oman, Pickett Ranch & Sheep Co., Richins Family L.L.C., River View Ranch L.L.C., Simplot Land & Livestock Division, Ted K. Tracy and Warr Land and Livestock)
Western Box Elder 5 Allotment Grazing Permit Renewal#67924
Western Box Elder 5 Allotment Grazing Permit Renewal
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 02/27/2019
67923#67923 Abstract
Seven new pipelines or extensions, one spring development, 17 new water troughs, three new non-culinary wells, and approximately 7 miles of pasture/allotments fence and exclosures, and a pond are being proposed for construction in the following allotments: Muddy Creek, Junction Creek, Owl Springs, Red Butte, and Keg Springs.
West Box Elder Grazing Permit Renewal and Range Improvement #67923
West Box Elder Grazing Permit Renewal and Range Improvement
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 02/27/2019
67903#67903 Abstract
This notice constitutes the Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00320 regarding an existing storm water outfall channel at approximately 2400 South in Saratoga Springs, Utah.
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00320 (JORDAN RIVER)#67903
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00320 (JORDAN RIVER)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 03/06/2019
67864#67864 Abstract
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of the Army ( the agencies ) are publishing for public comment a proposed rule defining the scope of waters federally regulated under the Clean Water Act (CWA). This proposal is the second step in a comprehensive, two-step process intended to review and revise the definition of waters of the United States consistent with the Executive Order signed on February 28, 2017, Restoring the Rule of Law, Federalism, and Economic Growth by Reviewing the Waters of the United States Rule. This proposed rule is intended to increase CWA program predictability and consistency by increasing clarity as to the scope of waters of the United States federally regulated under the Act. This proposed definition revision is also intended to clearly implement the overall objective of the CWA to restore and maintain the quality of the nation's waters while respecting State and tribal authority over their own land and water resources.
Revised Definition of "Waters of the U.S." Proposed Rule#67864
Revised Definition of "Waters of the U.S." Proposed Rule
[view] Comment Period Open Environmental Protection Agency 04/08/2019
67863#67863 Abstract
QEP proposes to drill 32 new oil wells on one well pad located in Uintah County, Utah. The project area is located approximately 31 miles south of Vernal, Utah. The well pad construction would create approximately 7.342 acres of new surface disturbance, Table 2-1, lists the well pad and its associated disturbance.
RZA 43-33-722 Pad#67863
RZA 43-33-722 Pad
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 02/25/2019
67844#67844 Abstract
the Bureau of Land Management is issuing an Notice of Competitive Lease Sale (NCLS) intending to offer 8 parcels, totaling nearly 11,557.73 acres in lands managed by the Color Country, and West Desert Districts at its June 11-12, 2019 quarterly oil and gas lease sale. "The purpose of the sale notice is to identify parcels by number, describe the lands...indicate the parcel acreage...set forth lease stipulations" etc.
June 2019 Oil and Gas Lease Sale #67844
June 2019 Oil and Gas Lease Sale
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 02/26/2019
67843#67843 Abstract
The Salt Lake Field Office has completed a draft environmental analysis (EA) for the Park City Land Sale. Issues identified during internal scoping (BLM Interdisciplinary Team Review), as well as a public scoping period from October 17, 2018 to November 1, 2018, were analyzed for their potential for impact on the land sale. The BLM is seeking comments on the draft EA from February 11, 2019 to March 13, 2019.
Public Law 111-11 Park City Public Land Sale#67843
Public Law 111-11 Park City Public Land Sale
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 03/08/2019
67824#67824 Abstract
The Fishlake National Forest is proposing to implement prescribed fire treatments in seral aspen stands to promote the regeneration and recruitment of aspen communities. Some stands currently dominated by spruce-fir and mixed conifer (some aspen still present) were likely dominated by aspen at some point in the past. Fire would be reintroduced to approximately 9,306 acres of the project area by the Fishlake fire/fuels staff through the use of ground and/or aerial ignition equipment. Prescribed fire treatments are anticipated to occur in the spring, summer and fall when prescriptive parameters are met. A mosaic bum pattern with a variety of fire severities is desired. The aspen in the project area would continue to be maintained with use of prescribed fire or as appropriate, allowing naturally caused ignitions to bum.
Porcupine Aspen Improvement Project#67824
Porcupine Aspen Improvement Project
[view] Comments Closed USDA/Forest Service 02/18/2019
67823#67823 Abstract
The Fishlake National Forest is proposing to reduce conifers that are encroaching into sage-grouse priority habitat. Treatment methods (approximately 6,650 acres of hand treatment and approximately 1,804 acres of ground based mechanical treatment) would include cutting conifers (primarily pinyon pine and juniper) with handsaws or chainsaws, lopping with pruning shears and using tracked or wheeled machinery fitted with a grinding implement or shearing implement. Broadcast burning (approximately 3,886 acres) will also occur in areas of conifer encroachment (primarily subalpine fir mixed with aspen) adjacent to sagebrush steppe. Up to six wildlife guzzlers will be installed; guzzlers will be designed for rainwater collection for large wildlife and upland game. Seeding would occur as needed in treatment areas where a lack of existing understory and/or a high severity burn is present. As needed, these areas would continue to be maintained with the use of prescribe fire or hand and/or ground based mechanical equipment as described above. During a preliminary assessment, Fishlake National Forest officials find this proposal lies within categories that can be excluded from documentation and that no known extraordinary circumstances exist that preclude exclusion. The proposed action is a routine activity as defined in FSH 1909.15 Section 32.2 and fits Category 6: Timber stand and/or wildlife habitat improvement activities that do not include the use of herbicides or do not require more than 1 mile of low standard road construction.
Last Chance Wildlife Habitat Improvement Project Scoping SG#67823
Last Chance Wildlife Habitat Improvement Project Scoping SG
[view] Comments Closed USDA/Forest Service 02/18/2019
67803#67803 Abstract
This Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared to disclose and analyze the environmental consequences of a Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Vernal Field Office (VFO) proposed action to designate a primitive river access point along section C of the Green River within the Browns Park Special Recreation Management Area (SRMA). This designation would include 0.05 miles of a currently disturbed motorized access route to the river access point, 0.25 acres of a currently disturbed parking area, and 0.16 acres of a currently disturbed river access point (route from parking area to the river). Improvements would include installing five signs: site identification, day use only/no campfires, and three directional. The proposed motorized access route, parking area, and river access point are located approximately 35 miles east of Dutch John, Utah in Daggett County.
Green River Section C - Pipeline Boat Ramp and Access Road#67803
Green River Section C - Pipeline Boat Ramp and Access Road
[view] Comments Closed DOI/Bureau of Land Management 02/18/2019
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