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65023#65023 Abstract
Fishlake National Forest is proposing to do an intermediate harvest of dead Engelmann spruce (ES) in addition to timber stand improvement and planting of ES after harvest. This will provide wood fiber while maintaining or improving stand conditions.
Butterfield Meadows Vegetation Treatment Project#65023
Butterfield Meadows Vegetation Treatment Project
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 08/28/2018
65005#65005 Abstract
The BLM Price Field Office is seeking public comment on the Bison Fence Environmental Assessment. The project, in partnership with the Utah Grazing Improvement Program and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, is an effort to reduce the number of Bison migrating off of tribal lands and in the Desolation Canyon Wilderness Study Area (WSA). Tribal bison are encroaching on state and private lands along Range Creek and other drainages and consuming forage currently managed for livestock and wildlife. The proposal includes construction of a rail fence at a strategic location four miles in Desolation Canyon WSA. Construction will be completed before the next Bison migration.
Range Creek Bison Fence#65005
Range Creek Bison Fence
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 08/27/2018
64984#64984 Abstract
Draft Monument Management Plans and Environmental Impact Statement, Shash Jaa and Indian Creek Units have been published
Bears Ears National Monument #64984
Bears Ears National Monument
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/19/2018
64983#64983 Abstract
The Draft RMPs/Draft EIS evaluate four alternatives varying from no action to maximizing management flexibility, while still providing for resource protection, including protection of Monument objects within the GSENM, as required by applicable laws, policies, and plans. The BLM encourages comments on all alternatives and potential management actions, as the final management plans may include portions of any alternative. Incorporating local voices and the public at large in the planning process is vital to managing sustainable, working public lands.
Draft GSENM and Kanab-Escalante Planning Area Plans#64983
Draft GSENM and Kanab-Escalante Planning Area Plans
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 10/19/2018
64946#64946 Abstract
The Sunrise Peak Project would safeguard approximately 17 hazardous abandoned mine openings on private land in the Tintic Mountains. The mines are located on the west and east slopes of the mountain range in Juab and Utah Counties. The project would be conducted under the mandate of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA). Cultural, biological and paleontological surveys and consultations have been conducted for compliance with NEPA, ESA and NHPA Section 106. The safeguard design minimizes impact to these resources. Landowners are being identified and asked for consent to close abandoned mine openings on their land. Consent is documented in a signed Right of Entry agreement. If the landowner denies consent that will be documented in writing. The USDOI Office of Surface Mining will sign a CX for this project.
Sunrise Peak Abandoned Mine Closure Project (AMR/023/910/L)#64946
Sunrise Peak Abandoned Mine Closure Project (AMR/023/910/L)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 08/31/2018
64903#64903 Abstract
The Central Utah Water Conservancy District and the DOI, Central Utah Project Completion Act Office (CUPCA) as joint lead agencies, have initiated environmental documentation for the Conveyance and storage of non-project Water in the Starvation Collection System.
Starvation Warren Act Project#64903
Starvation Warren Act Project
[view] Comment Period Open Other/Federal Government 09/04/2018
64884#64884 Abstract
The Brown s Hole Project would safeguard approximately 49 hazardous abandoned mine openings in the foothills southwest of the La Sal Mountains in San Juan County. The project would be conducted under the mandate of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA). Cultural, biological and paleontological surveys and consultations have been conducted for compliance with NEPA, ESA and NHPA Section 106. The safeguard design minimizes impact to these resources. BLM will post notification of mine closure work to potential claimants. The USDOI BLM will likely issue a Categorical Exclusion Determination.
Brown s Hole Abandoned Mine Closure Project (AMR/037/910)#64884
Brown s Hole Abandoned Mine Closure Project (AMR/037/910)
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 08/24/2018
64883#64883 Abstract
o Several of the 11 species under FWS review have been the subjects of high-profile litigation, including a federal lawsuit involving the Utah prairie dog listed as threatened under ESA that dead-ended earlier this year in the Supreme Court. o A group of property owners represented by the Pacific Legal Foundation challenged an FWS rule prohibiting the "take" of the prairie dogs without a permit. They argued that the commerce clause of the Constitution does not authorize the rule for a species that lives in just one state Utah in this case. An attorney with the Pacific Legal Foundation said the group is hopeful that the latest status review will result in the Utah prairie dog being removed from the list of threatened species. o The Gunnison sage grouse also has been the subject of petitions and litigation found in portions of Colorado and Utah. o The other Utah species include: Black-footed ferret Clay phacelia Last chance townsendia
FWS Five-Year Status Reviews of 11 Species in the Mountain Prairie Region#64883
FWS Five-Year Status Reviews of 11 Species in the Mountain Prairie Region
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Fish and Wildlife Service 10/02/2018
64843#64843 Abstract
Application to permit the current Deer Creek Waste Rock Site to the Castle Valley Waste Rock Site.
Castle Valley Waste Rock Site Project#64843
Castle Valley Waste Rock Site Project
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Oil, Gas & Mining 09/27/2018
64765#64765 Abstract
Trust Lands Administration has received an application the Division of Wildlife Resources to drill a test water well. If successful an existing water right would be transferred to the well and the water would be pumped and piped into Clear Lake to supplement water levels to maintain critical wildlife habitat. Water could also potentially be piped to a trough which would need to be installed in order to provide livestock water within the allotment.
Clear Lake Well#64765
Clear Lake Well
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 08/23/2018
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