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82523#82523 Abstract
Lease applicant proposes to drill a groundwater monitoring well to an approximate depth of 750 feet using a truck-mounted drill.
Groundwater Monitoring Well - SULA 1987#82523
Groundwater Monitoring Well - SULA 1987
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 06/17/2022
82503#82503 Abstract
Under the Proposed Action, the BLM would conduct gathers during a ten year period; to remove excess wild horses until the Bible Springs Complex wild horse population is at the lower AML (Refer to Table 2). If the lower AML were reached before the end of the 10 year period, additional gathers would be conducted to maintain the wild horse population in the Bible Spring Complex to within the AML and apply population growth suppression management. Fertility control would be used in the Bible Spring, Four Mile, and Tilly Creek HMAs to reduce the annual population growth. The primary use of fertility control would be to maintain the population within AML once achieved. It could be used previous to achieving AML if gather success, holding capacity limitations, population growth rates, other national gather priorities or other circumstances prevent achieving AML during a gather. The management emphasis would be to achieve and/or maintain the estimated wild horse AML, collect information on herd characteristics, collect genetic samples, determine herd health and establish a thriving ecological balance with the other resources within the complex. The information gained from these actions would then be used in future management of wild horses within the CCFO. Authorized wild horse capture techniques would be used to capture excess wild horses from the Bible Spring Complex. These techniques include: Helicopter Drive Trapping Water and Bait Trapping Roping One or a combination of capture techniques may be used. The selected technique(s) would depend on herd health and the season (fall, winter, or summer) in which the gather is scheduled to maximize gather success and minimize impacts to wild horses. All techniques would be consistent with the comprehensive animal welfare program outlined in BLM Permanent Instruction Memorandum (IM) 2021-002. Alternative 2: Gather and Removal Excess Wild Horses without Fertility Control. Under this alternative, the BLM would conduct gathers as outlined in Alternative 1 - Proposed Action. However no population growth suppression treatments would be applied. If gather objectives are not met, additional gathers in following years would occur until the population reaches the lower AML of 80 head within the Bible Spring Complex. The population would then be controlled within in AML (80-170 head) through gathers and removals. Alternative 3: No Action No Gather, Removal or Population Growth Suppression. No wild horse gathers, removals, or use of any population growth suppression would be undertaken to address the wild horse overpopulation and associated range degradation at this time. The No Action Alternative does not comply with the WFRHBA, regulations, or the Pinyon MFP and does not meet the purpose and need for action in this EA. It is included as a basis for comparison with the Proposed Action.
Bible Springs Wild Horse Gather#82503
Bible Springs Wild Horse Gather
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 06/14/2022
82483#82483 Abstract
Rose Petroleum (Utah) LLC proposes to drill the State 36-3-LN-C9 well (wildcat) on State lease ML-54007, Grand 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 for Permit to Drill#82483
Application for Permit to Drill
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 05/30/2022
82463#82463 Abstract
Rose Petroleum (Utah) LLC proposes to drill the State 36-2-LNW-CC well (wildcat) on Oil Well lease ML-54007, GRAND 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 for Permit to Drill#82463
Application for Permit to Drill
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 05/30/2022
82423#82423 Abstract
NRCS is giving notice that it intends to issue a series of revised conservation practice standards in the National Handbook of Conservation Practices (NHCP). NRCS is also giving the public an opportunity to provide comments on specified conservation practice standards in NHCP. NRCS is requesting comments on the following conservation practice standards: Aquatic Organism Passage (Code 396); Clearing and Snagging (Code 326); Constructed Wetland (Code 656); Dike and Levee (Code 356); Diversion (Code 362); Feed Management (Code 592); Firebreak (Code 394); Forest Stand Improvement (Code 666); Fuel Break (Code 383); Hillside Ditch (Code 423); Range Planting (Code 550); and Soil Carbon Amendment (Code 336).
Proposed Revisions to the National Handbook of Conservation Practices #82423
Proposed Revisions to the National Handbook of Conservation Practices
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Natural Resources Conservation Service 06/13/2022
82403#82403 Abstract
Visitor use within and surrounding Zion National Park (ZION) has grown steadily for many years. Recently, the demand for public access within the Zion Region has increased exponentially, stressing existing infrastructure on public lands, trail systems, and the environmental resources therein. As a means to provide solutions to the needs associated with increasing visitation, the National Park Service (NPS) at ZION is proposing to redesign the South Entrance area of Zion Canyon. The National Park Service (NPS) at Zion National Park (ZION) will be hosting a virtual meeting to present the Zion Canyon South Entrance Redesign proposal and appreciate your participation May 25, 2022 from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. Meeting Directions/Instructions: o Join Zoom Meeting o https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89320630850?pwd=ZzVESVBKK3JaSExFdFdLak5IbzlpZz09
Zion Canyon South Entrance Redesign#82403
Zion Canyon South Entrance Redesign
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/National Park Service 06/14/2022
82383#82383 Abstract
These changes include modifications to the road connection of Boat Harbor Drive with Lakeview Parkway and Lakeshore Drive; the elevation of the berm along the south boundary of the delta area; the allocation of flow to the existing channel; and the design and operation of the small downstream dam under high Utah Lake levels.
Provo River Delta Restoration Project (PRDR{): Environmental Analysis an...#82383
Provo River Delta Restoration Project (PRDR{): Environmental Analysis and Categorical Exclusion regarding the proposed modifications
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Reclamation 06/27/2022
82344#82344 Abstract
In the fall of 2021 BLM received an application from North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (NCMNS) for an excavation permit in T 24S, R 6E and T 22S, R 7E. The researchers representing the NCMNS have held several paleontological permits with the PFO since 2012. The Paleontological resources would be excavated and removed and deposited at the NCMNS, an approved non-Federal repository for preparation, stabilization, long-term curation, study, and potential interpretation and exhibit.
Paleontological Excavations within the Cedar Mountain Formations in the ...#82344
Paleontological Excavations within the Cedar Mountain Formations in the Price Field Office
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 06/09/2022
82283#82283 Abstract
The Bicknell Bottoms WMA is used primarily to protect and enhance waterfowl, upland game, fish and their habitats. In addition, many other types of wildlife, terrestrial and aquatic, along with their habitats, will similarly receive protection and enhancement. Human uses that will be allowed and promoted include hunting, fishing and wildlife viewing.
Draft Habitat Management Plan Bicknell Bottoms Waterfowl Management Area#82283
Draft Habitat Management Plan Bicknell Bottoms Waterfowl Management Area
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Wildlife Resources 05/23/2022
82263#82263 Abstract
SITLA has received residential lease application for approximately 480 acres of Trust Lands near Castle Valley. The property is located near the La Sal Mountains in Grand County. The applicant desires to use the property for residential housing. There is an active gravel pit issued to Grand County on the subject property. The lease would be everything except the gravel pit. The applicant has claimed business confidentially. The properties are in Township 25 South, Range 24 East, Section 32, (W2 and NE4).
SULA 1974 - Residential Lease Application#82263
SULA 1974 - Residential Lease Application
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 06/10/2022
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