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63922#63922 Abstract
Trust Lands Administration has accepted an application from the grazing permittee to run 7,629 feet of pipeline through trust lands to service 3 different 1458 gallon troughs in order to improve livestock distribution and utilization on the Jericho block. NRCS will design, engineer, and fund the project with help from the permittee.
NRCS SGI Water Development Project#63922
NRCS SGI Water Development Project
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 07/13/2018
63902#63902 Abstract
This notice constitutes the Record of Decision approving SULA No. 300-00303 that brings the Rocky Mountain Power Diversion Dam into compliance with State Sovereign Lands Rules. This SULA also Allows RMP to improve the canoe passage.
Record of Decision approving SULA 300-00303 #63902
Record of Decision approving SULA 300-00303
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 07/03/2018
63883#63883 Abstract
The BLM, in coordination with the Manti La Sal and Fishlake National Forests, has prepared an environmental assessment in consideration of an application to modify coal leases UTU-84102 and U-63214, held by Canyon Fuel Company. These modifications could result in the underground mining of approximately 6.25 million tons of coal in approximately 790 acres of federal coal lands. No new surface facilities are proposed nor are any surface disturbances foreseen.
South Fork Lease Modifications #63883
South Fork Lease Modifications
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/09/2018
63882#63882 Abstract
The Bureau of Land Management s (BLM) Salt Lake Field Office is proposing to control the population of wild horses from the Onaqui Mountain Herd Management Area (HMA) and adjacent areas by gathering and removing excess wild horses to achieve the low end of the Appropriate Management Level (AML). The current population of wild horses on the Onaqui HMA is estimated at 450 animals (not including foals born in 2017), while the AML is set at 121-210 horses. The BLM estimates that over 325 wild horses would need be removed from the Onaqui HMA to achieve a low AML. The proposed gather activities, which could include helicopter and/or bait and water trapping, could begin in the summer of 2018 and extend for multiple years, based on funding. The proposed population control comes in response to several issues currently occurring in the HMA. This includes, but is not limited to, actions to comply with the Utah Greater Sage-Grouse Approved Resource Management Plan Amendment (ARMPA), emergency stabilization and restoration of lands affected by wildfires, and resource impacts due to over-population of wild horses. The greater sage-grouse population in this area (the Sheeprocks population) has substantially declined over the last decade and the BLM must take action consistent with the ARMPA s management direction.
Onaqui Mountain Herd Management Area Population Control#63882
Onaqui Mountain Herd Management Area Population Control
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/09/2018
63843#63843 Abstract
The South Fork Federal Coal Lease Modifications Environmental Assessment (EA) and Draft Decision Notice (DN)/Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) have been completed. These documents were mailed on 11 June 2018 to those who previously submitted specific written comments related to the project. The South Fork Federal Coal Lease Modifications Project proposes to consent to modification of two federal coal leases totaling approximately 790 acres. A final decision on the South Fork Federal Coal Lease Modifications project will be issued by the Acting Forest Supervisors of the Fishlake and Manti-La Sal National Forests.
South Fork Federal Coal Lease Modification#63843
South Fork Federal Coal Lease Modification
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 07/23/2018
63822#63822 Abstract
The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grants program was enacted by Congress to assist in the acquisition and development of high priority public outdoor recreation facilities. The program, administered by the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation (the Division), provides matching grants to state and local governments creating a broad range of recreation facilities throughout Utah. In accordance with the LWCF Act, every five years the Division is required to produce/update a comprehensive recreation plan that assesses recreation supply and needs for the State of Utah. Failure to produce a plan will result in the loss of funding to the state. The plan is used to guide the distribution of LWCF grant dollars to public outdoor recreation projects, facilities, and activities.
Public Review of the Draft Utah's Outdoor Recreation Plan for the State-...#63822
Public Review of the Draft Utah's Outdoor Recreation Plan for the State-side Grant Program Managed through the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Parks & Recreation 06/25/2018
63782#63782 Abstract
The intent of this project is to construct structural range improvements designed to help intensify management efforts to improve resource conditions while sustaining current livestock operations. In addition to improved range management practices, several resources, including soil and water, recreation, and wildlife habitat, are expected to benefit from implementing the proposed project.
District Wide Range Improvement Project#63782
District Wide Range Improvement Project
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Forest Service 07/16/2018
63763#63763 Abstract
Adoption of the site-specific plan prepared in conjunction with the application by John Cory Vetere for a sovereign lands General Permit for his irrigation pump on the east bank of the Green River in Green River, UT.
Directors Agenda Approving Site Specific Plan 730-00224#63763
Directors Agenda Approving Site Specific Plan 730-00224
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 06/22/2018
63762#63762 Abstract
Wolverine Gas and Oil Company of Utah, LLC (Wolverine), is proposing to directionally drill three oil and gas exploration wells 17-17, 17-18, 17-19 from a location in Section 17 T. 23 S., R. 1 W., SLM, Sevier County, Utah. The wells would penetrate Federal lease UTU-73528, extending from the surface location in the SW NE , Section 17 to the NE NE (17-17), NE SE (17-18), and NW NE (17-19) of Section 17. The proposed total pad disturbance is 4.89 acres, located completely on BLM land. This is a new construction pad with access provided by an extension of the road currently used to access the A3 pad. For more details see the construction diagrams. Drilling is proposed to begin in summer 2018 and have an approximate duration of 14 days per well.
Wolverine Gas & Oil Company of Utah, LLC A-5 Pad Wells 17-17, 17-18,17-19#63762
Wolverine Gas & Oil Company of Utah, LLC A-5 Pad Wells 17-17, 17-18,17-19
[view] Comments Closed DOI/Bureau of Land Management 06/18/2018
63742#63742 Abstract
Project Abstract (Description of project): This small parcel is a potential land sale parcel of school trust land in eastern Utah County. The property is a 40-acre parcel, and is bordered by Department of Natural Resources (Division of Wildlife Resources) and BLM-managed federal lands. A Utah County unimproved road bisects the parcel. The parcel is currently undergoing an internal evaluation by SITLA, and may be considered for sale at an upcoming public land sale auction. Official notices will be sent to applicable adjoining landowners, permittees, easement grantees and other required records of interest prior to any potential sale. If the property is sold, the mineral estate shall be reserved to the State of Utah.
C 26780 STARVATION CREEK PARCEL#63742
C 26780 STARVATION CREEK PARCEL
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 07/04/2018
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