Proposed Three Rivers resource management plan: final environmental impact statement

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Title: Proposed Three Rivers resource management plan: final environmental impact statement
Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District
Abstract: Management plan identifies issues such as management of livestock grazing, adjustment of land tenure, meeting wildfire forage demands and improving habitat condition, fire management and special management areas. FEIS objectives include air and water quality, soils, forestry and woodlands, livestock grazing, wild horses and burros, vegetation, special status species, wildlife habitat management, wetland, reservoir and meadow habitat, riparian habitat, raptors, aquatic habitat, hazardous materials, fire recreation, Areas of Critical Environmental Concern, visual resources, cultural resources, energy and minerals, lands and realty, and biological diversity.
Description: 416 pp. Tables, maps, glossary, references, illus. The Three Rivers PA contains 1,709,918 acres of public land that lie within portions of Harney (1,587,073 acres), Grant (8,484 acres), Lake (91,505 acres) and Malheur Counties (22,856 acres) (Map GEN-2). The PA contains approximately 51,501 acres which are within the Lakeview District (31,444 acres Federal, 18,562 acres State, 1,495 acres private), but that are administered by the Three Rivers Resource Area (RA). Captured August 7, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/7293
Date: 1991-09


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