John Day resource management plan record of decision and rangeland program summary

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Title: John Day resource management plan record of decision and rangeland program summary
Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District
Abstract: Announces decision approving plan. Four alternatives for managing the public lands in the John Day planning area were analyzed in the Resource Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement. The proposed Resource Management Plan (the Preferred Alternative in the Resource Management Plan/EIS) emphasizes management, production on a sustained yield basis and use of renewable resources on the majority of public lands in the John Day planning area while providing protection, maintenance or enhancement of cultural, soil, water, botanical and recreational resource values and big, small and nongame habitats. This alternative is the environmentally preferable alternative and the one that has been selected for the John Day Resource Management Plan. The proposed Resource Management Plan best meets national guidance, best satisfies the planning criteria and best resolves issues while contributing to the local economy.
Description: 47 pp. Tables, maps, appendices. The John Day Planning Area (see Maps 1 and 2), which is part of Oregon’s Burns District, comprises those public lands within Grant County and a northern portion of Harney County. The planning area is bordered on the north and east by the Vale District and on the west by the Prineville District. Captured July 31, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/7442
Date: 1995-08


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