Westside Salem integrated non-native plant management plan final decision and decision rationale

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Title: Westside Salem integrated non-native plant management plan final decision and decision rationale
Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District
Abstract: Announces decision to approve Alternative 2 of project EA with modifications. The project proposes to implement a long term IWM (Integrated Weed Management) Plan to reduce and control NNP (non-native plant) species across the MP and Tillamook RAs. It includes cultural, physical, biological and chemical control of NNP species in a variety of habitats and land use allocations. The action would occur within all land use planning areas including but not limited to; LSR (Late- Successional Reserve), RR (Riparian Reserve), AMA (Adaptive Management Area) and Matrix LUAs (Land Use Allocations) and ACECs (Areas of Critical and Environmental Concern).
Description: 22 pp. Tables, map. The project area is located on federal lands (approximately 232,332 acres) managed by the MP and Tillamook RAs, Salem District of the BLM and private lands located within the boundaries of these resource areas located west of the Willamette Valley, Oregon in Benton, Clatsop, Columbia, Lane, Lincoln, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook, Washington and Yamhill Counties. Captured July 7, 2008.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/8244
Date: 2008-03


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