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78407#78407 Abstract
Detailed recreational use data for sovereign land river segments is needed to fully understand and more effectively manage recreation in Westwater Canyon, the Moab Daily, Meander, and Labyrinth Canyons. FFSL is developing a resource recreation management plan (RMP) in response to this need. The RMP process will include two seasons of recreational use data collection, followed by analysis of the data. This large dataset will help FFSL better understand recreational uses and conflicts on sovereign land river segments. Based on the results of the data collection and analysis, FFSL will develop specific recreational use management actions to address and reduce recreation conflicts, overcrowding, and other issues on sovereign land river segments.
Green and Colorado River Recreation Resource Management Plan#78407
Green and Colorado River Recreation Resource Management Plan
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 09/30/2021
78403#78403 Abstract
The purpose of the proposal is to ensure the adequacy and reliability of the Site, which is essential to public safety, by installing additional public safety communications equipment and facilities at the Site. Further the expansion of the existing footprint would allow for adequate space to make essential improvements to the communications site, and construct and/or conduct necessary maintenance to the additional facility. And the road improvements would be to allow vehicles and heavy equipment to reach the site for the upgrade.
Amasa Basin Communication Site#78403
Amasa Basin Communication Site
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 03/11/2021
78363#78363 Abstract
This notice constitutes a Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00358 regarding a new stormwater outfall on the Jordan River in Saratoga Springs, Utah.
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00358 (JORDAN RIVER)#78363
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00358 (JORDAN RIVER)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 03/12/2021
78323#78323 Abstract
The purpose of the proposed action is to improve visitor amenities, provide appropriate recreation experiences, and increase opportunities for interpretation within the Monument while protecting sensitive paleontological resources. Under the proposed action, up to five realistic, fossil themed learning items would be installed. The tactile learning equipment would consist of up to three articulated dinosaur skeleton replicas, a realistic appearing rib shaped jungle gym, and a replica dinosaur skull. Each articulated dinosaur skeleton replica would require leveling a 15 -foot by 35-foot area and compacting the native surface or a gravel base.
Jurassic National Monument Visitor Infrastructure Developmen#78323
Jurassic National Monument Visitor Infrastructure Developmen
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 03/04/2021
78304#78304 Abstract
This property is suitable for designation as a development property pursuant to R850-140 for the following reasons: The property is located South of the town of Richfield and suitable for residential development The agency has received inquiries from a private entity concerning the development of the parcel. Analysis by the agency has determined that development of the parcel is in the best interest of the beneficiaries.
Development designation Richfield pastures#78304
Development designation Richfield pastures
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 03/09/2021
78303#78303 Abstract
Parcel in sections 35 and 36 of T40S, R16W, SLB&M are added to the project already in place in section 8, 17, 18, and 20. This property is suitable for designation as a development property pursuant to R850-140 for the following reasons: The Project Parcels and the Additional Parcels are located in Washington County, and suitable for high end residential development. The agency has received inquiries from Washington County regarding a flood control project which serves to protect the Project Parcels from excessive storm water run-off. The flood control project is partially located on the Project Parcels and the Additional Parcels. Analysis by the agency has determined that adding the Additional Parcels to the development designation to facilitate development of the Project Parcels is in the best interest of the beneficiaries.
Development designation Dammeron Valley#78303
Development designation Dammeron Valley
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 03/09/2021
78283#78283 Abstract
SITLA has received a petition to sell a section (637.12 acres) of trust lands at our June, 2021 public auction. A cultural resource survey will be completed prior to the auction. The parcel is located approximately one-mile north of Minersville in Beaver County.
Sale of Trust Lands, Minersville, C-26937#78283
Sale of Trust Lands, Minersville, C-26937
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 03/15/2021
78203#78203 Abstract
The Forest Service is charged by Congress to manage the National Forests for a variety of public benefits. Livestock grazing has occurred on what is now Forest Service administered lands prior to the induction of the Forest Service in 1905. Livestock grazing has contributed greatly to the economic growth of the Southwestern United States. At the time of early settlement, many areas were stocked higher than the forage production rate. Through monitoring and partnerships between ranchers and the Forest Service, these areas have been reduced in allotted animal units and are now better functioning landscapes. However, some areas still receive constant pressure from livestock due to water locations and available forage. Livestock continue to return to these areas after being herded away by ranchers. The Forest Service proposes to create a transition pasture between the Pollywog and Antimony Creek pastures (see Figure 7) on the Coyote Allotment. The purpose of this transition pasture is to limit the amount of time that cows could utilize the riparian area. The intent is for cows to be moved between the two pastures during rotation. Annual use of the transition pasture would not be allowed to exceed Forest Plan utilization standards (see Table 1), and would not be utilized as a transition pasture for more than two weeks a year.
Valney Pasture Riparian Improvement Project Scoping#78203
Valney Pasture Riparian Improvement Project Scoping
[view] Comments Closed USDA/Forest Service 02/24/2021
78183#78183 Abstract
o In accordance with the January 20, 2021 White House Memorandum on Regulatory Freeze Pending Review and the Office of Management and Budget Memorandum M-21-14 of the same date, this action delays the effective date of the final rule entitled ONRR 2020 Valuation Reform and Civil Penalty Rule that published in the Federal Register on January 15, 2021 ( 2020 Rule ). In addition, this action opens a 30-day comment period to allow interested parties to comment on the impact of the delay to the 2020 Rule s effective date as well as issues of fact, law, and policy raised by that rule.
ONRR 2020 Valuation Reform and Civil Penalty: Final Rule Delay of Effect...#78183
ONRR 2020 Valuation Reform and Civil Penalty: Final Rule Delay of Effective Date; Request for Comment
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 03/08/2021
78163#78163 Abstract
The Fishlake National Forest is proposing a road realignment project that is considered important for creating safer travel and improving natural resource conditions on National Forest System lands. The involved routes are used to access Buck Ridge on the Beaver Ranger District and include a section of Forest Road (FR) 135 that crosses Lake Stream and travels through Britt s Meadow before connecting with FR 580. This portion of FR 135 has steep grades with a hairpin turn at the intersection with Piute Side Trail (PST) 27 which connects to Puffer Lake. FR 580 is too steep and too narrow to be used for forest management. These routes create an artery corridor used for forest management activities designed to improve watersheds and reduce hazardous fuels. The purpose of this action is to create safer access to facilitate forest management and improve the riparian corridor through which the existing road travels. The road re-alignment is needed to enhance safe travel and improve access for safe management of the forest. There is also a need to protect forest resources; the realignment would minimize road in the riparian corridor and help to reduce sedimentation into streams. Additionally, there is a need to protect historic sites in the area. While access to the sites would be maintained, the road would be rerouted to avoid running through the sites. The road reroute consists of several actions for realigning the road and rehabilitating the existing route listed below. See attached map to aid with description. The proposed action includes constructing approximately 1.83 miles of new gravel road with one stream crossing. Approximately 0.64 miles of PST 27 would be upgraded to connect the new gravel road to the existing FR 135 and would only require a new designation for this portion, not any widening. The removal and rehabilitation of portions of FS roads 135 (approximately 0.83 miles) and FR 580 (approximately 1.29 miles) is included to improve the riparian corridor and protect historic resources. Additionally, the existing trailhead near the CCC-built ranger station and girls camp would be moved adjacent to the new gravel road, with a pullout to accommodate some parking. The trailhead would allow foot access to the historic sites and access to Trail 228
Britts Meadow Road Reroute#78163
Britts Meadow Road Reroute
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 03/09/2021
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