Bruneau-Kuna: Land Use Decisions Summary and Rangeland Program Summary

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U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Boise District, 1983 - Grazing districts - 33 pages
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Page 34 - Secretary concerned; and (2) describes the type, location, ownership, and general specifications for the range improvements to be installed and maintained on the lands to meet the livestock grazing and other objectives of land management; and (3) contains such other provisions relating to livestock grazing and other objectives found by the Secretary concerned to be consistent with the provisions of this Act and other applicable law. (1) The term "principal or major uses...
Page 34 - Carrying Capacity. The maximum stocking rate possible without inducing damage to vegetation or related resources such as watershed.
Page 34 - States and which: (1) prescribes the manner in, and extent to, which livestock operations will be conducted in order to meet the multiple-use, sustained-yield, economic and other needs and objectives as determined for the lands...
Page 35 - Range condition is the present state of vegetation of a range site In relation to the climax (natural potential) plant community for that site. It is...
Page 35 - MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN (MFP). A planning decision document that establishes, for a given planning area, land use allocations, coordination guidelines for multiple use, and management objectives to be achieved for each class of land use or protection.
Page 35 - Rest Rotation Grazing. An intensive system of management whereby grazing is deferred on various parts of the range during succeeding years, allowing the deferred part complete rest for one year. Two or more units are required. Control by fencing is usually necessary on cattle range, but may be obtained by herding on sheep ranges.
Page 34 - ... (2) describes the type, location, ownership, and general specifications for the range improvements to be installed and maintained on the public lands to meet the livestock grazing and other objectives of land management; and (3) contains such other provisions relating to...
Page 35 - OVERUSE. Utilizing an excessive amount of the current year's growth which, if continued, will result in overgrazing and range deterioration.
Page 34 - Any impact on the vegetation, land form, or any introduction of a structure which interrupts or adversely changes the visual character of the landscape and disrupts the harmony of the natural elements.
Page 26 - The decision is to allow construction of 19 miles of the Jacks Creek pipeline as described in the proposed action of the EIS.

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