Revised range management program for the Challis grazing unit: final supplemental environmental statement
Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Idaho State Office, 1978 - Law - 326 pages
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acres allocation alternative anadromous animals antelope Appendix approximately AUM's AUMs average big game bighorn sheep bluebunch wheatgrass bluegrass bottlebrush Bruno Creek Bureau of Land Challis area Challis Planning Unit Challis Unit condition class cultural resources Custer County decrease deer Draft Supplement East Fork fences forage forage production Garden Creek grazing systems habitat Herd Creek implementation income increase Indian ricegrass inventory kg/ha Land Management lbs/ac air dry livestock grazing livestock operators Mule Deer numbers occur pastures percent phlox populations Potential Natural Plant present proposed action public lands rabbitbrush ranch ranchers range condition range improvements Range Management recreation reduce rest rotation result riparian riparian zones Road Creek sage grouse Salmon sediment yield seed shadscale Shrubs slopes soil species spring Spud Creek stream Table Total trend ungulates University of Idaho vegetation type water quality wild horses wildlife winter range
Page 2-21 - endangered species" means any species which is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range...
Page ii - Bureau of Indian Affairs. Bureau of Land Management. Bureau of Mines. Bureau of Reclamation. Fish and Wildlife Service. Geological Survey. National Park Service.
Page A-150 - ... the area characterized by rill and gully or landslide erosion (25) a. Eroding banks continuously or at frequent intervals with large depths and long flow duration b. Active headcuts and degradation in tributary channels (0) Cover not exceeding 40% a. Noticeable litter b. If trees present understory not well developed (0) a. Less than 25% cultivated b. 50% or less recently logged c. Less than 50% intensively grazed d. Ordinary road and other construction (10) a. About 25% of the area characterized...
Page A-203 - Protection and Enhancement of the Cultural Environment" of May 13, 1971 (36 FR 8921), and "Procedures for the Protection of Historic and Cultural Properties
Page 9-38 - A degree and time of use of current year's growth which, if continued, will either maintain or improve the range condition, consistent with conservation of other natural resources.
Page A-150 - High in organic matter (0) a. Humid climate with rainfall of low intensity b. Precipitation in form of snow c. Arid climate, low intensity storms d. Arid climate; rare convective storms (0) a. Low peak flows per unit area b. Low volume of runoff per unit area c. Rare runoff events (0) a. Gentle upland slopes (less than 5%) b. Extensive alluvial plains Factor value GROUND COVER...
Page A-213 - EPA's comments will be published in the Federal Register in accordance with our responsibility to inform the public of our views on proposed Federal actions under Section 309 of the Clean Air Act.
Page i - Draft (X) Final Environmental Statement Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management 1. Type of Action: (X) Administrative ( ) Legislative 2. Brief Description of Action...