Amended land and resource management plan for the San Juan National Forest
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Amended land and resource management plan for the San Juan National Forest

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Published by Rocky Mountain Region, USDA, Forest Service in Durango, Colo .
Written in English


  • Forest reserves -- Recreational use -- Colorado,
  • Forest management -- Colorado,
  • San Juan National Forest (Colo.) -- Management

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Other titlesSan Juan National Forest., Amended land and resource management plan, San Juan National Forest.
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Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17811985M

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  DURANGO, Colorado – On Friday, Septem , the San Juan National Forest and Bureau of Land Management Tres Rios Field Office will release a joint Land and Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) to address long-term management of million acres of National Forest and BLM lands in southwestern Colorado, and an . Proposed amendment of the land and resource management plan for the San Juan National Forest land and resource management plan. along with further public involvement to help compose a series of management alternatives for the San Juan Forest Plan Revision. An Expression of Appreciation The use of community study groups early in the process of forest planning is a new approach to public participation national forest resource Size: KB. Chapter 4 – Management Direction - Forestwide As of 7/29/ Klamath National Forest - Plan Lands Program Management. Achieve a land ownership pattern that improves Forest management options, reduces resource conflicts, and reduces administrative Size: KB.

September Land Management Plan Part 2 San Bernardino National Forest Strategy. and reconstructing the National Forest System trails and related facilities, such as trailheads, bulletin boards, signage, and parking areas. Also integral is use monitoring, use types, and impacts to File Size: 8MB. Glenn Casamassa, Regional Forester, Pacific Northwest Region, has signed the final Record of Decision (ROD) for the revised Colville National Forest Land Management Plan (revised land management plan). The final ROD documents the rationale for approving the revised land management plan and is. the National Fire Plan also comprise a large amount of the workload and are accomplished through integrated prescribed fire and mechanical treatments across jurisdictions. Joint Planning Revisions Work has begun to revise the BLM San Juan Resource Management Plan and the FS San Juan NF Land File Size: KB. Description: Revise the Land and Resource Management Plan for the San Juan National Forest. Location: UNIT - San Juan National Forest All Units. STATE - Colorado. COUNTY - Archuleta, Conejos, Dolores, Hinsdale, La Plata, Mineral, Montezuma, Rio Grande, San Juan. Forestwide.

for the San Juan National Forest. #N#Current SOPA Report. (NOTE: The SOPA report opens in a separate browser window.) Click to view the current SOPA Report. The current SOPA Report contains a list of proposed actions that will begin or are currently undergoing environmental analysis and documentation. Questions and comments regarding projects. Questions or comments regarding this Final Forest Plan may be sent to the Forest Supervisor at the address listed above. This Forest Plan was developed utilizing the guidelines provided by the Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act of (RPA), as amended by the National Forest Management Act of , and the. Forest Management Plan Practice Forest Management Plan Criteria (California) - Practice/Activity Code Definition; A Forest Management Plan is a site specific plan developed for a client, which addresses one or more resource concerns on land where forestry-related conservation activities or practices will be planned and applied. The Forest Service proposes to amend the Land Management Plans to change Land Use Zone allocations within select Inventoried Roadless Areas (IRAs) in the four southern California National Forests. The amendment also proposes to change the Land Management Plan monitoring protocols for the four forests.