Public comments and Forest Service response to the DEIS, proposed Cibola National Forest plan

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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southwestern Region , [Albuquerque, N.M.?]
Forest management -- New Mexico -- Cibola National Forest, Cibola National Forest (
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Get this from a library. Public comments and Forest Service response to the DEIS, proposed Cibola National Forest plan. [United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.;] -- This document contains all the comments received during the public overview period, August 27 through Decemfor the Proposed Cibola National Forest Plan (Plan) and its companion Draft.

Public comments and Forest Service response to the DEIS, proposed Cibola National Forest plan. Abstract. Topics: Forest reserves--New Mexico--Cibola National Forest. Public comments and Forest Service response to the DEIS, proposed Cibola National Forest plan A /2:C 48/PROP.

Summary of the environmental impact statement for the Cibola National Forest plan. "Coronado National Forest, land and resource management plan"--Prelim. Shipping list no.: P. Description: 2 volumes: illustrations, maps ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Proposed Coronado National Forest plan Coronado National Forest plan Coronado National Forest, land and resource management plan.

Get this from a library. Public comments and Forest Service response to the DEIS, proposed Gila National Forest plan. [United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.;].

Public comments and Forest Service response to the DEIS, proposed Lincoln National Forest plan. Public Comments and FS Responses J-1 Appendix J. Public Comments on Draft EIS, with. Forest Service Responses. The following table lists the individuals, agencies, and groups who submitted comments on the Border Project Draft Environmental Impact Statement during the 45day public - comment period.

The Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands have prepared a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the proposed Kiowa, Rita Blanca, Black Kettle, and McClellan Creek National Grasslands Land and Resource Management Plan (plan).

This proposed action provides management direction for the Grasslands for the next 15 years. Questions and comments regarding projects listed in the SOPA should be directed to the Project Contact shown in the SOPA.

For more specific information related to the Cibola National Forest, please visit their local Home Page. Get this from a library. Public comments and Forest Service response to the DEIS, proposed Prescott National Forest plan.

[United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.;]. This document is a summary of the public comment received by the Forest Service in response to the proposal to move its National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) implementing procedures from Forest Service Manual (FSM) and Forest Service Handbook (FSH) to 36 Code of Federal Regulations, part (36 CFR ).

The Cibola National Forest proposes to establish an approximately acre Rinconada Public notice consisted of posting on the Forest Service Schedule of Proposed Actions (SOPA) and the distribution of scoping letters to the project mailing list (dated Mexico.

In response to the comments received on the DEIS, minor additions have been. The draft environmental impact statement is expected September and the final environmental impact statement is expected December ADDRESSES: Send written comments to Planning Staff, Forest Supervisor's Office, Cibola National Forest,Osuna Rd., NE, Suite A, Albuquerque, NMAttn: Planning Staff.

The Best Responses to Complex Comments Takes Time. In December we introduced you to the comment review team that is analyzing the public comments the Forest Service received on the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) and draft forest plans for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests.

It’s time for an update on their progress. U.S. Forest Service Roca Honda Mine Cibola National Forest Supplemental Draft EIS Scoping Report 1 September INTRODUCTION InRoca Honda Resources, LLC (RHR) submitted a Plan of Operations (POO) to the Cibola National Forest proposing to.

Angeles National Forest (N.F Department designated direction District Draft effects enforcement environmental existing expansion facilities Final fire Fish Forest Plan Forest Service FOREST SERVICE RESPONSE funds future grazing groups habitat hiking impacts Land and Resource(s) Management Plan (LRMP): Environmental Impact Statement.

Cibola National Forest Mountain Ranger Districts Revised Land and Resource Management Plan EIS - Land management planning: In Progress: NOI in Federal Register 11/20/ Est.

DEIS NOA in Federal Register 04/ Expected/ 07/ Sarah Browne public comment on the draft plan & DEIS. 90 day comment period on draft plan and DEIS, including holding public meetings.

Hold open houses to continue public engagement. United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Southwestern Region March Southwestern Region Northern New Mexico Forest Plan Revision Timelines.

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locatable minerals operations on National Forest System lands.A draft EIS & proposed rule should be available for review/comment in late The Forest Service proposes to restore riparian, aquatic, and wetland habitat on the Carson, Cibola, and Santa Fe.

Proposed roadless rule. Final planning rule. (a) At the time of plan revision, the quality and importance of nine characteristics of inventoried roadless areas and unroaded areas must be evaluated. Section (b)(8) requires the responsible official to consider inventoried roadless areas and unroaded areas in all plan revisions and at other times as appropriate through the criteria in.

The Cibola National Forest will prepare an environmental impact statement to assess the designation and development of the proposed Rinconada Communication Site on the Mt. Taylor Ranger District. The Forest Service proposes to designate a three-acre Rinconada Communication Site that would serve.

The Cibola National Forest has just released their Environmental Assessment (EA) for Travel Management on the Sandia Ranger District for public review and comment. The purpose of the day comment period is to allow the public an opportunity to provide early and meaningful participation on a proposed action prior to a decision being made by.

However, the Forest Service is once again avoiding Forest Plan Revision by doing these massive changes called "amendments." The scope of the proposed changes, including what was changed in the Travel Plan, clearly is a violation of the NFMA for amending Plans.

A revision is required. Forest Service Response.

Details Public comments and Forest Service response to the DEIS, proposed Cibola National Forest plan FB2

Response to Comments on the Proposed Forest Classification and Forest Road and Trail Designations Comments specific to other public forest lands will be considered by federal and county agencies.

For an example, after the Forest Plan Revision was signed ina non-motorized area was added north of Lake Winnie. At the. The Cibola National Forest will prepare an environmental impact statement to assess the development of a uranium exploration and mining operation on the Mount Taylor Ranger District.

DATES: Comments concerning the scope of the analysis must be received by 30 days after the publication of the NOI. Cibola National Forest Seeking Comments on Travel Management. Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber, The Mountainair Ranger District of the Cibola National Forest, located in central New Mexico, is proposing changes to its motorized travel system to comply with the national Travel Management Rule.

Colville National Forest Plan is a Public Disgrace: 17 Years of Collaboration is Ignored. On Octo U.S. Forest Service Regional Forester Glen Casamassa signed the Record of Decision finalizing the revised Forest Plan for Colville National : Matthew Koehler.

The Sawtooth National Recreation Area (NRA) is announcing the availability of the proposed action for the Big Wood Travel Management Plan.

The purpose of this plan is to bring road and trail use into compliance with the Forest Plan, laws, and regulations; to provide a system of roads and trails for public access and recreational travel; to manage resource impacts that are occurring due to the.

Coalition to Keep Cibola National Forest Open for Multiuse believes that the current Landscape Team approach has given residents a bigger voice in the process. However, the final inventory phase maps still contain areas that clearly do not meet Wilderness criteria. It’s important to note that of the 12 areas shown on the initial map, 7 remain.

Inthe Forest Service adopted the Cibola National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan).

Description Public comments and Forest Service response to the DEIS, proposed Cibola National Forest plan PDF

[2] The Forest Plan was completed after several years of internal study and public participation and included the preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA. open house on the proposed classification and road/trail designations was held on J in Baxter to explain the proposal and to receive comments.

The public comment period ended on July 6, The DNR received comment forms, letters and e-mails from individuals and organizations. The DNR appreciatesFile Size: KB. In the Public Comments and Forest Service Response to the Las Huertas DEIS, the vast majority of letters expressed opposition to paving.

Many public agencies and elected representatives-including the State Highway Department, local fire and rescue groups, the Sandoval County Sheriff and Commission, and U.S.

Representative Bill Richardson-have.The latest round of forest planning, in which every Forest Service region and national forest developed comprehensive, NFMA directed forest plans, was basically completed by the end of ; however, numerous appeals and lawsuits by the timber industry and environmental and other groups have delayed the implementation of many of these plans.