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73504#73504 Abstract
The purpose of this project is to analyze a powerline area for proposed and future linear rights-of-ways. This area would parallel an existing transmission line where applications have been filed and where BLM would like to consolidate the rights-of-way. The ROW consolidation width would total 660 feet (1/8th mile) starting at the eastern boundary of the existing ROW and expanding westward.
Three Peaks ROW Consolidation#73504
Three Peaks ROW Consolidation
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 04/07/2020
73503#73503 Abstract
**PLEASE NOTE: A nearly identical RDCC notice was submitted in February (Project #72683). This notice is for the same project- just at a different location approximately 3 miles west. The applicant is considering moving their project to this location to be further from the Moab Airport. ** Brine produced from wells will be piped to the proposed location for processing to extract Bromine, Lithium and other minerals by a solvent and / or precipitation extraction method. There will be a 35 meter precipitation tower and fluids will be stored in tanks with secondary containment. There will not be an open pit or pond for evaporation.
SULA 1931- Plant to extract bromine and lithium from brine#73503
SULA 1931- Plant to extract bromine and lithium from brine
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 04/27/2020
73483#73483 Abstract
The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is giving notice that it intends to issue a series of revised conservation practice standards in the National Handbook of Conservation Practices (NHCP). o The 49 updated national conservation practice standards include: 12 agronomic practices for water quality and erosion control Two aquaculture practices Three forestry practices Six practices affecting waterways Five drainage-related practices Three energy and air quality practices Three farm traffic-related practices o The 2018 Farm Bill required NRCS to review all 169 existing national conservation practices to seek opportunities to increase flexibility and incorporate new technologies to help the nation s farmers, ranchers, and private forest landowners better protect natural resources on their working lands.
Revisions to the National Handbook of Conservation Practices for the Nat...#73483
Revisions to the National Handbook of Conservation Practices for the Natural Resources Conservation Service
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Natural Resources Conservation Service 04/20/2020
73464#73464 Abstract
he United States Department of Agriculture -Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), with assistance from Saratoga Springs City (project sponsor), is considering watershed improvements to reduce potential flooding to properties in Saratoga Springs. An evaluation of potential project alternatives and associated environmental impacts is required to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act and the Council of Environmental Quality's regulations and will be documented in the form a Watershed Plan and Environmental Assessment (Plan-EA). NRCS and Saratoga Springs City will hold a public scoping meeting to provide information about the proposed project and to collect comments.
Saratoga Springs Watershed Plan EA#73464
Saratoga Springs Watershed Plan EA
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Natural Resources Conservation Service 04/14/2020
73443#73443 Abstract
An applicant. has submitted an application for a Materials Permit for Ordinary Sand and Gravel located within T24S, R7W Section 2 (SE4, SE4NE4) SLB&M in Millard County. This parcel is located just west of I-15. The area is mapped as having gravel potential within some alluvial fans on the eastern and western flank of the hills. The hills are comprised of Mississippian and Devonian limestones and dolomites. The applicant hopes to use the material from the proposed permit for road construction along the I-15 corridor. The applicant would be required to get a CUP from Millard County and submit a reclamation bond. This action will be posted to the RDCC. The proposed permit area is approximately 360 acres. The proposed term for the permit is five years.
Proposed Sand and Gravel - MP 650 and MP 652#73443
Proposed Sand and Gravel - MP 650 and MP 652
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 04/21/2020
73423#73423 Abstract
The National Park Service has contacted FFSL and requested authorization to install transducers on the Green River in Uintah County to study streamflow measurements and geomorphic changes in the vicinity of Horseshoe Bend
Record of Decision 710-00220- Streamflow Transducer Study - Green River#73423
Record of Decision 710-00220- Streamflow Transducer Study - Green River
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 04/16/2020
73403#73403 Abstract
EP Energy E&P Company, LP proposes to drill the Sundog State 1-34 Well (wildcat) on State lease MA 53744-OBA, Uintah County, Utah. This action is being presented to the RDCC for consideration of resource issues affecting state interests. The Division of Oil, Gas and Mining is the primary administrative agency in this action and must issue approval before operations commence.
Application Permit to Drill#73403
Application Permit to Drill
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 04/03/2020
73383#73383 Abstract
This Directors Agenda authorizes the Division to issue Sovereign Lands Easement 400-00605 for a pre-existing previously unpermitted overhead electric transmission line crossing the Green River near Jensen, UT in Uintah County.
DA Sovereign Lands Easement 400-00605 - Green River#73383
DA Sovereign Lands Easement 400-00605 - Green River
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 04/14/2020
73344#73344 Abstract
The BLM Cedar City Field Office proposes to build three new Utah prairie dog translocation sites within or near the Adams Well Management Units, Bald Hills, Buckskin, Horse Hollow, M3, Pine Valley, The Gap, Upper Long Hollow, and U20/I15 (see map). This would allow for the removal of Utah prairie dogs from private lands and their release onto public lands within Iron County, as well as removing Utah prairie dog from colonies on public land that have reached a determined population density, and then release them onto other translocation sites onto public lands within Iron County.
Utah Prairie Dog Translocation#73344
Utah Prairie Dog Translocation
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 04/14/2020
73323#73323 Abstract
This supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking (SNPRM) includes clarifications, modifications and additions to certain provisions in the Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science Proposed Rulemaking ( 2018 proposed rulemaking, Ref. 1), published on April 30, 2018. This SNPRM proposes that the scope of the rulemaking apply to influential scientific information as well as significant regulatory decisions. This notice proposes definitions and clarifies that the proposed rulemaking applies to data and models underlying both pivotal science and pivotal regulatory science. In this SNPRM, EPA is also proposing a modified approach to the public availability provisions for data and models that would underlie significant regulatory decisions and an alternate approach. Finally, EPA is taking comment on whether to use its housekeeping authority independently or in conjunction with appropriate environmental statutory provisions as authority for taking this action.
Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science#73323
Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science
[view] Comment Period Open Environmental Protection Agency 04/10/2020
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