2 edition of Eugene District proposed resource management plan/environmental impact statement found in the catalog.
Eugene District proposed resource management plan/environmental impact statement
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Eugene District.
|Other titles||Eugene District proposed resource management plan, environmental impact statement: final., Proposed resource management plan and final environmental impact statement: Eugene District., Final Eugene District resource management plan/EIS.|
|Statement||prepared by Eugene District Office].|
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|Pagination||3 v. :|
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Bureau of Land Management. Eugene District, Public lands, Land use, Natural resources, Reclamation of land Publisher [Eugene, Or.: United States Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Eugene District Office] Collection blmlibrary; fedlink; americana Digitizing sponsor Bureau of Land Management Contributor Bureau of Land Management Library Pages: Proposed resource management plan and final environmental impact statement Western Oregon planning strategy Existing and suitable wild, scenic, and/or recreational rivers Seral stage and major plant groups Final Eugene District resource management plan/EIS: Responsibility: [prepared by Eugene District Office].
Full text of "Proposed resource management plan and final environmental impact statement / prepared by Eugene District other formats. Abstract: This proposed resource management plan/final environmental impact statement addresses re. source management onacres of federal land acres of reserved mineral estate adminis.
tered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in its Salem District. Final environmental impact statement for the revision of the resource management plans of the Western Oregon Bureau of Land Management Districts: Salem, Eugene, Roseburg, Coos Bay and Medford Districts, and the Klamath Falls Resource Area of the Lakeview District /.
are beyond the range of effects analyzed in the Eugene District “Final Proposed Resource Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement” (November ), to which the EA is tiered. The degree to which the proposed action affects public health and safety.
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In accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act ofas amended, and the Federal Land Policy and Management Act ofas amended, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has prepared a Proposed Resource Management Plan (RMP)/Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Western Oregon and, by this notice, is.
Management Plan for the Revision of the Resource Management Plans of the Western Oregon Bureau of Land Management Districts of Salem, Eugene, Roseburg, Coos Bay, and Medford, and the Klamath Falls Resource Area of the Lakeview District Dear Assistant Secretary Schneider and Director Kornze, Please accept this protest of the Final Environmental Impact Statement.
This proposed resource management plan/final environmental impact statement addresses resource management on approximately million acres of federal land, which is mostly revested California Railroad and Coos Bay Wagon Road Grant Lands Act lands (i.e., the O & C lands), within the approximately 22 million acre western Oregon planning area.
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