Middle Fork John Day range planning project draft environmental impact statement and proposed forest plan amendment

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Title: Middle Fork John Day range planning project draft environmental impact statement and proposed forest plan amendment
Author: Blue Mountain Ranger District (Or.); Prairie City Ranger District (Or.)
Abstract: Proposes to provide grazing while assuring that livestock management is consistent with Malheur Forest plan and moves toward meeting aquatic and other standards. Includes combining 8 allotments into 6 and continuing authorization of livestock grazing, implementing deferred or rest rotational grazing, minimize duration of hot-season grazing, adjusted grazing based on monitoring, and the continuation of other activities such as recreational use and fire protection.
Description: 583 pp. Abstract, tables, figures, bibliography, glossary, maps, index, appendices. "The Middle Fork John Day (MFJD) Range Planning Area is comprised of eight (8) livestock grazing allotments and three (3) administrative use pastures, and is located approximately 18 miles northeast of John Day, Oregon (see Figure 1, Map Section). The eight allotments, Austin, Bear, Blue Mountain, Camp Creek, Elk, Lower Middle Fork, Upper Middle Fork, and Sullens, encompass approximately 186,500 acres of mainly National Forest lands, including about 80 acres of BLM managed land. About 2,800 acres of private land is included in the Planning Area." Captured June 12, 2008.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/6640
Date: 2005-06


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