West Warm Springs allotment management plan environmental assessment and finding of no significant impact

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Title: West Warm Springs allotment management plan environmental assessment and finding of no significant impact
Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District
Abstract: Due to the lack of reliable water in much of the West Warm Springs allotment, livestock, wild horses and burros are limited in most years to areas containing reliable water. The need for the proposed 2008 Allotment Management Plan is to ensure livestock grazing on public land moves toward achieving all Standards and Guidelines and meets the resource objectives identified for West Warm Springs Allotment and RMP objectives. The AMP/EA analyzes the recommended management actions developed through the evaluation process and subsequent Interdisciplinary Team work and through coordination with the livestock permittees to aid in accomplishing resource objectives and meeting Standards and Guidelines and land use plan objectives for West Warm Springs Allotment.
Description: 103 pp. Tables, references, appendices. West Warm Springs Allotment #7002 is located approximately 34 miles southwest of Burns, Oregon. The 303,653-acre allotment contains 297,449 acres of BLM-managed land, 138 acres of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service-managed lands, 57 acres of State of Oregon lands, and 6,009 acres of private land. Captured January 13, 2009.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/8300
Date: 2008-10-16


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