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80993#80993 Abstract
o The BLM Price Field Office is seeking public input on an environmental assessment that addresses how the office will respond to applications for special recreation permit activities within Congressionally designated wilderness areas throughout the Price Field Office. o The proposed action is a programmatic process to authorize special recreation permits for commercial and organized group activities within the 17 wilderness areas. Permits will be consistent with management objectives in the Price Field Office Resource Management Plan, compliant with the BLM special recreation permit manual and policy, and necessary for realizing the recreational or other wilderness purposes of the areas. The following restrictions are proposed: The special recreation permit may not contain a competitive event component. The special recreation permit may not contain a vending permit component. The special recreation permit may contain commercial and organized group events. The special recreation permit may only contain the following activities: hiking, backpacking, hunting, canyoneering, horseback riding, fishing, climbing, boating, and camping. The special recreation permit may not contain any other types of activities, even if they are non-mechanized. All special recreation permit holders would adhere to a stipulation that requires them to educate their participants about wilderness and wilderness etiquette. Special recreation permit group size would be 25 or less along the southern portion of the San Rafael Reef from South Temple Wash to Ding and Dang Canyons, and for any permitted river trips. Special recreation permit group size would be 14 or less in all other wilderness areas in the Price Field Office. The maximum number of allowable commercial special recreation permits per activity would range from six to double the current number of special recreation permits. The number of commercial special recreation permit trips allowed per permit would be no more than three trips per week within any given wilderness area. This limitation would not apply to Wild Horse Canyon, Little Wild Horse Canyon, Chute Canyon, Crack Canyon, Bell Canyon, or Ding and Dang Canyons, or to the Green River Daily because of their front country nature and high level of private use. o When wilderness management plans are adopted for each of the 17 wilderness areas, group size limits and the number of outfitting permits may be reassessed for each wilderness area. This environmental assessment is being proposed to provide a more efficient way to respond to new applications until additional wilderness planning is completed.
Programmatic Environmental Assessment for Special Recreation Permits In ...#80993
Programmatic Environmental Assessment for Special Recreation Permits In 17 Emery County Wilderness Areas
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/11/2021
80992#80992 Abstract
File number: DEVL 1252 - Washington County Location: Township 39 South, Range 17 West, SLB&M Section 36: NE4NE4, SW4NE4, NW4SE4, SE4SW4 Acreage: 160 acres, more or less Beneficiary: School This property is suitable for designation as a development property pursuant to R850-140 for the following reasons: The property is located in Washington County northwest of the small town of Veyo. It is suitable for large lot residential development. The agency has received inquiry from a private party concerning the development of the property and has determined that development is the highest and best use for the property and is in the best interest of the beneficiaries.
Veyo Development Property#80992
Veyo Development Property
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 10/12/2021
80991#80991 Abstract
Property: Tonaquint Block (formerly Bloomington Hills) Add-on of adjacent parcels File number: DEVL 604 Amendment 1 Location: Designated on October 24, 2001 Township 42 South, Range 16 West, SLB&M Section 34: W2SW4, SE4SW4, SW4SE4 Township 43 South, Range 16 West, SLB&M Section 2: NW4NW4, S2NW4, SW4 Section 3: NE4NW4, NE4, NE4SE4 Section 11: NE4NW4, N2NE4 Section 12: N2NW4, NW4NE4 Acreage: 920 acres Added now: Township 42 South, Range 16 West, SLB&M Section 32: W2, W2E2, E2SE4, SE4NE4 LESS PREVIOUSLY CONVEYED PORTIONS Township 43 South, Range 16 West, SLB&M Section 3: SE4SE4, W2SE4, SW4, S2NW4, NW4NW4 Section 4: SE4, S2NE4 Section 10: ALL, LESS PREVIOUSLY CONVEYED PORTIONS Section 11: NW4NW4, S2NW4 and W2SW4, 3.83 ACRES IN N2N2NE4SW4 Section 15: N2, LESS PREVIOUSLY CONVEYED PORTION Section 16: W2, W2E2, E2NE4, NE4SE4 Acreage: Add 2,932.97 acres to the originally designated 920 acres, total acres is now 3,852.97 acres more or less Beneficiary: SCH This property is suitable for designation as a development property pursuant to R850-140 for the following reasons: The proposed designation has been submitted to the Resource Development Coordinating Committee on September 20, 2021. _____________ comments have been received and are made part of the file. These newly added parcels are located in Washington County to southwest of St. George City. For the most part they consist of undisturbed land with native vegetation. A recent agreement between Washington County as the managers of the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve, SITLA and BLM identified the parcels as an appropriate addition to the reserve to mitigate for the loss of desert habitat because of the construction of a highway across the northern portion of the reserve and allows for the extension of the incidental take permit (under the endangered species act) which allows for development in the lands (including SITLA parcels) outside of the preserve. The parcels will be available for sale for permanent conservation purposes. Analysis by the agency has determined that the sale of these parcels under development rules is appropriate and constitutes the probable highest and best use of this property. For the above listed reasons, I find that the property listed above meets the criteria established in R850-140-300 and therefore designate it as development property subject to the provisions of R850-140.
Tobaquoint Block development designation (Amendment)#80991
Tobaquoint Block development designation (Amendment)
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 10/07/2021
80990#80990 Abstract
This notice constitutes a Director's Agenda approving Easement No. 400-00614 regarding a utility line beneath the Jordan River in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Director's Agenda approving Easement No. 400-00614 (JORDAN RIVER)#80990
Director's Agenda approving Easement No. 400-00614 (JORDAN RIVER)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 10/06/2021
80989#80989 Abstract
This notice constitutes a Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00364 regarding a boat ramp at the Jordan River Rotary Park in Draper, Utah.
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00364 (JORDAN RIVER)#80989
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00364 (JORDAN RIVER)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 10/06/2021
80988#80988 Abstract
This notice constitutes a Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00365 regarding a boat ramp at Shields Lane Park on the Jordan River.
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00365 (JORDAN RIVER)#80988
Record of Decision approving General Permit No. 720-00365 (JORDAN RIVER)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 10/06/2021
80983#80983 Abstract
Draft EIS available for public comment. The Central Iron County Water Conservancy District (CICWCD) applied for a right-of-way (ROW) across BLM Cedar City Field Office-administered lands in Iron and Beaver counties, Utah. The proposed Project would consist of the construction, operation, maintenance, and termination of groundwater wells, water pipelines, and appurtenant facilities, some of which would be constructed on BLM-administered lands. The applicant s objectives for the Project are to put water rights owned by the CICWCD within Pine Valley to beneficial use through extraction and transportation of groundwater to their customers. A temporary ROW grant has also been requested to accommodate construction of the facilities. Operation, maintenance, and termination of the facilities would be issued under a long-term ROW grant.
Pine Valley Water Supply Project Draft EIS#80983
Pine Valley Water Supply Project Draft EIS
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/25/2021
80979#80979 Abstract
An applicant has submitted an application for a Materials Permit for Ordinary Sand and Gravel located within T37S, R11W Section 16 (N2NE4) SLB&M in Iron County. This parcel is located east of I-15 in the Hurricane Cliffs. The area is mapped as having low gravel potential within some alluvial material consisting of Jurassic Carmel, Navajo and Kayenta formations along with more recent basalt flows along the Hurricane Fault. The applicant hopes to use the material from the proposed permit for local market needs. The applicant would be required to get a CUP from Iron County and submit a reclamation bond. The proposed permit area is 80acres. The proposed term for the permit is five to ten years.
Proposed Sand and Gravel - MP 682 Hurricane Cliffs#80979
Proposed Sand and Gravel - MP 682 Hurricane Cliffs
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 10/12/2021
80978#80978 Abstract
o The purpose of this planning process is to identify opportunities for visitors to safely use, experience, and enjoy the park and to develop strategies to protect natural and cultural resources. Since 2019, the NPS conducted several internal workshops while undertaking data collection to understand the underlying problems and desired outcomes for the Visitor Use, Access, and Experience planning process.
Arches Visitor Use, Access, and Experience #80978
Arches Visitor Use, Access, and Experience
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/National Park Service 10/01/2021
80974#80974 Abstract
In cooperation with partners including the Southwest Desert Local Working Group Sage-grouse Conservation (SWARM), Utah s Watershed Restoration Initiative and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (UDWR), BLM is proposing to establish shrubs and perennial forbs within areas where these species are limited utilizing a variety of treatment methods. The project would primarily focus on improvements to greater sage-grouse habitat within Priority Habitat Management Areas (PHMA); however, the treatment methods could also be utilized in important mule deer winter range where sagebrush is a limiting factor. It is expected that approximately 3,000 4,500 acres would be treated over a 10-year period.
Shrub and Forb Planting Project#80974
Shrub and Forb Planting Project
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/11/2021
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