Current Projects
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63522#63522 Abstract
During Operations: Alluvial material will be extracted by a front end loader. The alluvial material is then processed into construction grade sand and gravel products. Some quartzite mined material will be drilled and blasted and the materials will also be processed through the same material processing equipment. Once the aggregate is brought to the processing area, it will be fed to a primary crushing jaw to reduce the size of the aggregate, fed to a primary screen, and then proceed to a secondary crusher. Once through the secondary crusher, the aggregate will go to a secondary screen. All oversized material from the secondary screen will then be re-routed back through the secondary crusher. This is a typical crushing set-up, but crushing set-ups will vary depending upon the type and quality of aggregate wanted. Also part of the material processing is an associated wash plant. Sand and gravel is washed and sold as construction grade aggregates. After Operations: All facilities and structures within the permitted area will be removed, and all disturbed areas will be reclaimed. Only those facilities listed under the Surface Facilities heading above will remain. Trash and debris will be hauled to the county landfill. All alluvial and fill slopes will be graded to less than 2H:1V. Highwalls will be left to 2H:1V. Topsoil will be replaced with a minimum depth of six inches. Compacted surfaces, such as roads, will be ripped to a two-foot depth. The entire mine site will be seeded with an approved seed mix, designed to meet the post mining land use of grazing and wildlife habitat.
New permit for existing mine#63522
New permit for existing mine
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 06/21/2018
63505#63505 Abstract
The preliminary proposed action is to reduce the safety hazards and to meet the requirements of the terminated permit by removing all improvements and restoring the UBAR Ranch area back to its natural condition. The Ashley NF proposes to remove all structures and other improvements from the UBAR Ranch site and restore the site back to a natural condition. This would entail: Remove all buildings from the site including all foundations, slabs on grade, and associated above grade utilities (electrical, gas, water, sewer, etc. All material may be completely removed from the site or all non-burnable material will be removed from the site and remaining material will be piled and burned. Remove all improvements such as fences, walkways, entrance sign, etc. Removal of all existing above ground utilities including electrical wiring, poles and lighting (back to the main pole near the lodge), water hydrants and pipes, sewer pipes and cleanouts. All utilities shall be removed to one foot below grade. The sewer septic tank shall be collapsed in-place and backfilled If material will be burned it will be piled and burned after there is snow on the ground Disturbed areas will be seeded as needed Rehabilitate entrance road Once all improvements are removed and the site is restored remove culvert at Smokey Springs.
Ubar Ranch Restoration Project #63505
Ubar Ranch Restoration Project
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 06/18/2018
63502#63502 Abstract
The purpose of the federal action is to respond to Washington County Water Conservancy District s (WCWCD) application for a right-of-way (ROW) grant to install a culinary water transmission pipeline in Washington County, Utah. The Sand Hollow Regional Pipeline Project (SHRP) would include 11.5 miles of new pipeline, a water storage tank, and associated facilities bringing water from the Sand Hollow Reservoir well field through Warner Valley to existing transmission systems operated by its municipal wholesale customers. The purpose of the pipeline is to provide additional transmission capacity for culinary water to the southern areas of St. George and Washington City. Currently, these areas are serviced through only 1 existing pipeline, known as the Regional Pipeline, which is fed from the Quail Creek Water Treatment Plant, along with limited capacity from the Sand Hollow Reservoir well field. The proposed pipeline would not add a new water source to the WCWCD system nor would it change the amount of water that can already be pushed through the existing system. It would provide a redundant water connection from the Sand Hollow Reservoir well field which is already connected to the existing regional pipeline servicing the same areas. The proposed pipeline would connect to existing city of St. George and Washington City culinary water transmission pipelines along Washington Fields Road.
Sand Hollow Regional Pipeline Project#63502
Sand Hollow Regional Pipeline Project
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 06/18/2018
63482#63482 Abstract
Record of Decision approving General Permit 720-00307 for a storm water conveyance system at Utah Lake.
Record of Decision approving General Permit 720-000307 #63482
Record of Decision approving General Permit 720-000307
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 06/04/2018
63442#63442 Abstract
The BLM Nevada Caliente and Utah Cedar City Field Offices are seeking comments on the Environmental Assessment (EA) that analyzes the need to gather and remove excess wild horses from within and outside the Eagle Complex. The 743,042-acre Eagle Complex is located in Lincoln County, Nevada and Iron County, Utah, and consists of the Eagle, Chokecherry and Mt. Elinore Herd Management Areas (HMAs). The appropriate management level for the Eagle Complex is 145-265 horses; a population inventory was completed in February 2017 with the estimated population of 2,220 animals, which excludes the 2018 foal crop.
Eagle Complex Wild Horse Gather Preliminary EA#63442
Eagle Complex Wild Horse Gather Preliminary EA
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 06/04/2018
63422#63422 Abstract
After considering information provided in the EA, comments received from the public, and internal input from an interdisciplinary team of Forest Service resource specialists, Alternative 2, the Proposed Action, has been selected. The Proposed Action consists of the following components: 1. Watershed Rehabilitation through Road Re-Routing and Decommissioning Approximately 3.36 miles of roads and trails would be decommissioned and re-routed with 3.71 miles of roads placed in more hydrologically sustainable locations 2. Fuels Reduction of 2,060 acres 3. Timber Salvage of 1,938 acres This decision is subject to a pre-decisional administrative review process, also known as an objection process (36 CFR 218, Subparts A and B). Only individuals or entities (as defined by 36 CFR 218.2) who submitted timely and specific written comments (as defined by 36 CFR 218.2) regarding this proposed project during a designated opportunity for public comment established by the responsible official are eligible to file an objection to this draft decision.
Brian Head Fire Rehabilitation Project Objection Period#63422
Brian Head Fire Rehabilitation Project Objection Period
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 06/22/2018
63402#63402 Abstract
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Moab Field Office is in the process of analyzing a proposal to renew the East Coyote and Lower Lisbon Allotments Ten Year Grazing Permit. A draft Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared to assess potential impacts of this proposal.
East Coyote and Lower Lisbon Grazing Permit Renewal#63402
East Coyote and Lower Lisbon Grazing Permit Renewal
[view] Comments Closed DOI/Bureau of Land Management 05/22/2018
63363#63363 Abstract
Construct a new line shack at Cat Pasture
Cat Pasture Line Shack)#63363
Cat Pasture Line Shack)
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 05/31/2018
63362#63362 Abstract
The BLM Cedar City Field Office in cooperation with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) and private landowners propose a multiple phase project that would remove invasive tamarisk with a top down approach, which would eliminate seed source by removing invasive species first from the upper portions and then removing invasive species from the lower portions of the Quichapa Wetland and Vegetation Enhancement Project Area. Additionally, areas of the wetland will be identified for enhancement through various means (i.e., geo-technical work, impoundments, water control structures, native plant seedings, etc.) in order to provide local wildlife and migratory birds with beneficial habitat. It is expected that the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and DWR would attempt to work with the private landowners adjacent to BLM lands to remove and control non-native vegetation.
Quichapa Wetland and Vegetation Enhancement Project#63362
Quichapa Wetland and Vegetation Enhancement Project
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 05/31/2018
63343#63343 Abstract
A proposed canal which serves to connect the Green River Canal Raceway to the Green River Mainstem, in the interest of reducing endangered fish entrainment and mortality in the canal.
Green River Canal Endangered Fish Return Channel#63343
Green River Canal Endangered Fish Return Channel
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 06/05/2018
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