South Fork Walla Walla landowner access finding of no significant impact

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Title: South Fork Walla Walla landowner access finding of no significant impact
Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. Vale District
Abstract: Finds no further environmental study is needed for project allowing landowners to access their private land via a full-size vehicle using stream crossings for a five-month period from July 1 to August 15 and September 15 to January 1 each year. It would follow the same annual process of the BLM providing written permission after the steelhead, Chinook salmon and bull trout redds are monitored for emergence and dispersal of the fry. According to one of the landowners, use is estimated to be a combined total of approximately 90 landowner trips per year, (an average of 15 round trips a month for the six months, or of three round-trips a month per each of the five cabin families), (personal communication, John Ehart, June 28, 2006). This is an increase over the current estimate of 30 round-trips per year via full-size vehicle.
Description: 2 pp. T 4 N, R 37 E. Captured August 2, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/8682
Date: 2007-04-27


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