2 edition of Cibola National Forest land and resource management plan found in the catalog.
Cibola National Forest land and resource management plan
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southwestern Region in Albuquerque, N.M
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
The U.S. Forest Service has produced the Cibola National Forest Draft Land Management Plan to replace the previous plan from and is asking for public comment. The comment period is open through Nov. 7. Cibola includes four mountain ranger districts, two of them in the East Mountains; the Sandia and Mountainair ranger districts. For this revision of the “Cibola National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan” in creating the new Cibola Grasslands plan, I have elected to follow the provisions of the planning regulations in effect prior to November 9, , referred to collectively.
2 EA for Travel Management, Mt. Taylor Ranger District, Cibola National Forest Travel Management Rule was developed in response to the substantial increase in the use of OHVs on National Forest System lands. The increasing numbers of vehicles on National Forest. 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.
The Cibola National Forest (pronounced SEE-bo-lah) is a 1,, acre (6, km2) United States National Forest in New Mexico, name Cibola is thought to be the original Zuni Indian name for their pueblos or tribal lands. The name was later interpreted by the Spanish to mean, "buffalo." The forest is disjointed with lands spread across central and northern New Mexico, west Texas and Location: New Mexico, United States. The Rinconada site would occupy the location for Microwave Ridge No. 2, which was identified in the Cibola National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan. Proposed Action. The Cibola National Forest has accepted an application for development of an FM transmission facility by KDSK Radio, Inc. within the Mt. Taylor Ranger District.
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The Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan) defines the long-term direction for managing the Cibola National Forest and the Kiowa, Rita Blanca, McClellan Creek and Black Kettle National Grasslands.
Summary of the environmental impact statement for the Cibola National Forest plan A /2:C 48/SUMM. Cibola National Forest land and resource management plan: proposed amendment. This is a proposed Amendment to the Cibola National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan.
The Plan was published Jand was implemented Aug This proposed Amendment will be the first amendment to the Plan since it was published. Southwestern Region.] -- "The Forest Plan, as amended, will be guiding the management of the Cibola National Forest and the Kiowa, Rita Blanca, Black Kettle, and McClellan Creek National Grasslands for 10 to 15 years.".
Get this from a library. Cibola National Forest land and resource management plan: proposed amendment. [Cibola National Forest (N.M.); United States. Forest Service.
Southwestern Region.]. Revised Land and Resource Management Plan Schedule of Proposed Action (SOPA) The Forest Service proposes to restore riparian, aquatic, and wetland habitat on the Carson, Cibola, and Santa Fe National Forests, and the Kiowa Grasslands in New Mexico by.
Figure 2 presents the distribution of forest land area on the Cibola National Forest by forest type. Pinyon-juniper and pure juniper types dominate the Forest with a com- bined 59 percent of the total forest land area.
The ponde- rosa pine forest type comprises about 27 percent of the forest land. for the Cibola National Forest. Related Information; What is a SOPA. How to read the SOPA (legend) The National Environmental Policy Act of (NEPA) Abbreviations and Definitions Forest Service NEPA: Current SOPA Report (NOTE: The SOPA report opens in a separate browser window.).
The Cibola is revising its Land and Resource Management Plan ( Forest Plan) for the Sandia, Mountainair, Magdalena, and Mt. Taylor Ranger Districts. The Cibola National Forest is committed to involving the public in a meaningful way to help develop a forest plan that will result in sustainable management.
The Cibola is currently in Phase II of the Plan Revision process. 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/ 01/ Sarah Browne Get this from a library. Prerevision review topics for the Cibola National Forest land and resource management plan. [United States. Forest Service.
Southwestern Region.;]. Description: The Forest Service proposes to restore riparian, aquatic, and wetland habitat on the Carson, Cibola, and Santa Fe National Forests, and the Kiowa Grasslands in New Mexico by implementing a variety of restoration activities.
Appendix B – Proposed Cibola National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan) Amendment EA for Travel Management, Mt. Taylor Ranger District, Cibola National Forest The forest plan contains a map of the management areas but.
That is about to change—possibly. A newly revised forest plan has been drafted. Eventually, this Land and Resource Management Plan will be enacted as a guideline to manage forest resources balancing recreation with commerce.
As the Forest Service website states: Revisions to the Cibola’s Forest Plan are overdue, and a lot has changed on the Forest and in surrounding areas since. Cibola National Forest land and resource management plan: proposed amendment.
By Cibola National Forest (N.M.) Abstract , 13 p. Topics: Forest management--New Mexico--Cibola National Forest Author: Cibola National Forest (N.M.). The Cibola National Forest has announced the release of the draft land management plan and associated Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS).
The Notice of Availability (NOA) for the Cibola NF DEIS was published in the Federal Register on August 9,which initiates the day comment period from August 9,to November 7, Cibola National Forest Mountain Ranger Districts Revised Land and Resource Management Plan # Commenting on This Project.
Comments, including anonymous comments, will be accepted at any time. However, comments posted after the close of a designated comment period may not be able to be given full consideration.
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.
Cibola National Forest land and resource management plan: proposed amendment. CIBOLA NATIONAL FOREST, NEW MEXICO By Vernon J. Glover and Joseph P. Hereford, Jr. Cultural Resources Management Report No.
6 September, First Printing March, Second Printing USDA Forest Service Southwestern Region Reprinted by Historical Society of New Mexico, Size: 2MB.The Cibola National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan () provides for multiple land uses of the forest, including grazing.
Appendix A of this Reclamation Plan contains a letter from Ms. Nancy Rose, Forest Supervisor of the Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands, approving RHR’s proposed grazing post.provide for public safety but also conserve and maintain wildlife habitat, cultural resources, and visual qualities.
This action responds to the goals and objectives outlined in the “Cibola National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan” (LRMP) to “Cooperate with other agencies in inventory of mined.