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Fire/fuels management plan environmental assessment/plan amendment for Montana and the Dakotas

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Published by The Office in Billings, Mont .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Montana.,
  • North Dakota.,
  • South Dakota.
    • Subjects:
    • Wildfires -- Government policy -- Montana.,
    • Wildfires -- Government policy -- North Dakota.,
    • Wildfires -- Government policy -- South Dakota.,
    • Fire management -- Montana.,
    • Fire management -- North Dakota.,
    • Fire management -- South Dakota.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementUnited States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Montana State Office.
      ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Land Management. Montana State Office.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD421.32.M9 F57 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination111 p. :
      Number of Pages111
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3764719M
      LC Control Number2003479817
      OCLC/WorldCa52891506

      Draft Statewide Oil and Gas Environmental Impact Statement and Amendment of the Powder River and Billings Resources Management Plans Lead Agencies: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management; and the State of Montana: Board of Oil and Gas Conservation and Department of Environmental Quality.   Refuges are ideal places for people of all ages to explore and connect with the natural world. We invite you to learn more about and visit the national wildlife refuges and wetland management districts in Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. Visit a Refuge or District; Cultural Resources; Fire. Influence of Fuels, Weather and the Built Environment on the Exposure of Property to Wildfire Trent D. Penman1*¤, Luke Collins2, Alexandra D. Syphard3, Jon E. Keeley4,5, Ross A. Bradstock1 1Centre for Environmental Risk Management of Bushfires, Institute of Conservation Biology and Environmental Management, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia. The Center for Biological Diversity alleges that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Forest Service violated the Endangered Species Act pertaining to consultation on the revised Land Management Plan for the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest and effects on the New Mexico meadow jumping mouse.


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Fire/fuels management plan environmental assessment/plan amendment for Montana and the Dakotas Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) proposes to improve its implementation of the National Fire Plan and Federal Fire Policy, by amending all Resource Management Plans (RMPs) in Fire/fuels management plan environmental assessment/plan amendment for Montana and the Dakotas book, North Dakota, and South Dakota, to update direction for fire and fuels management.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) proposes to improve its implementation of the National Fire Plan and Federal Fire Policy, by amending all Resource Management Plans (RMPs) in Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota, to update direction for fire and fuels management Includes bibliographical references (pages ) Chpt.

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montana cooperative wildland fire management and stafford act response agreement () between united states department of the interior bureau of land management montana and dakotas state office l17fma national park service intermountain region prescribed fire and fuel management 14 smoke management Notice of intent to prepare a Fire and Fuels Management Plan Amendment and Environmental Assessment (EA) for Nine Land Use Plans in New Mexico and Texas.

SUMMARY: This document provides notice that the BLM, New Mexico State Office, intends to prepare a Fire and Fuels Management Plan Amendment with an associated EA for BLM lands in New Mexico. The Fire, Fuels, and Related Vegetation Management Direction Draft Plan Amendment/EIS was developed with broad public participation through a three year collaborative planning process.

It addresses management on approximately million acres of public land in the Upper Snake River District of the BLM, comprising the Burley, Idaho Falls, Pocatello, and.

The Montana Department of Environmental Quality is charged with protecting a clean and healthy environment as guaranteed to our citizens by our State Constitution. Our ultimate goal is to protect public health and to maintain Montana's.

1 DECISION NOTICE FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT Mt. Emily Fuels Reduction Project Environmental Analysis Forest Plan Amendment #32 USDA Forest Service Wallowa-Whitman National. iv /Research and Development Wildland Fire and Fuels Accomplishments and Outcomes Executive Summary This report focuses on wildland fire management and response outcomes—in the context of fire and fuels research and development (R&D) at the Forest Service, an agency of the U.S.

Department of Agriculture (USDA)—that haveAuthor: Matthew Rollins, Carlos Rodriguez-Franco, Tara Haan, Susan Conard. Agreements. Montana Cooperative Fire Management and Stafford Act Response Agreement DNRC, USFS, BLM, BIA, NPS, FWS (Six Party Agreement); Northwest Wildland Fire Protectio n Agreement (Northwest Compact); National Guard Memorandum of Agreemen t ; Department of Corrections Operating Plan () & Attachment #1 Montana Sheriff &.

The first column of the following table lists all the elements of the standard fire management plan outline from Reference Manual The second column of the table lists the section of this Fire and Fuels Management Plan where the same information is located. Elements of Standard RM Fire Management Plan Outline.

Kittitas County Wildfire Fuels Reduction Project Draft Environmental Assessment Fuels Reduction Project, which create additional hazards for wildfire in the larger vicinity1. Much of the residential development in the County in the past 7 years has occurred in the wildland-urban interface in areas identified as having an extreme wildfire risk.

The fuel appraisal obtained from this guide can be used to plan fire management strategies including fire prevention, fuel treatment, prescribed fire, dispatch­ ing for fire suppression, and establishing criteria for unscheduled prescribed fires. The photos provide a relatively quick and inexpen­ sive aid for accomplishing fuel appraisal over Author: William C.

Fischer. – The BLM is gathering public comments as part of the preparation of an environmental assessment to identify management issues and develop alternative management scenarios for a regions: Montana-Dakotas. Off-Highway Vehicle Environmental Impact Statement and Proposed Plan Amendment for Montana, North Dakota and Portions of South Dakota on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Departments of Interior & Agriculture. i FIRE AND FUELS MANAGEMENT PLAN SOUTHEAST UTAH GROUP, NATIONAL PARK SERVICE Summary: The National Park Service (NPS) has developed a fire and fuels management plan for the four p.

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– The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Montana/Dakotas raised $37, in its quarterly oil and gas lease sale held online March regions: Montana-Dakotas updated: Thursday, Ma - am. Fire and Fuels Management Plan xi Crosswalk Between RM and This Plan DESCRIPTION AND PURPOSE OF CROSSWALK National Park Service policy, articulated in Directors Order 18 - Wildland Fire Management () and Reference Manual (), requires that all parks with vegetation capable of supporting fire develop a fire management plan.

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Notice of public comment period for Environmental Assessment for parcels to be offered in the March oil and gas lease sale a public comment period as part of the process to prepare a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement and Resource Management Plan a. terms: Montana-Dakotas.

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Fuels Management. Fuels management includes both planned prescribed burns and other treatments to change or reduce wildland fuels. The National Park Service’s fuels management program has become increasingly important for reducing the risk of severe wildland fire to human communities and for maintaining or improving the health of park ecosystems.

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Fire/fuels management plan environmental assessment/plan amendment for Montana and the Dakotas [electronic resource] [] United States. Bureau of Land Management. The amendment identifies land use and resource objectives, wildland fire suppression options, and fuels (vegetation) management activities that achieve those objectives.

This also allows BLM to comply with the National Fire Plan2 and Review and Update of the Federal Wildland Fire Management Policy.

sample of Montana, USA, residents living adjacent to the Bitterroot National Forest (n = 1,). Each of the attri-butes was measured in the context of federal lands fire and fuel management. Structural equation modeling showed that all 14 attributes were found to be influential contrib-utors to levels of trust.

Results suggest that if Cited by: Yellowstone County Fire Management Plan Page 4 of 54 12/ 6. AMENDMENTS: Amendments may be added upon written agreement by both principal parties.

INTERNAL CONTROLS: It is mutually understood and agreed to herein, that participating parties may provide for their own internal reviews as necessary and as applicable to their own statutory and. Indian Affairs Manual P Wildland Fire Management Approved Interagency Cooperative Agreements Indian Affairs Manual P Forest Management 5) Authorized HFR Programs a) WUI Since the development and implementation of the National Fire Plan, a marked increase in attention to fuel treatment in the WUI has occurred.

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Bureau of Land Management. Montana State Office; United States. Forest Service. Northern RegionPages: Introduction. Wildfires can pose a significant risk to people and property –.Large losses of property and life have been recorded from individual fires or fire complexes in fire prone regions throughout the globe –.Such events can impact individuals and communities for many years –.As a result, fire management agencies invest significant budgets in reducing the risk of loss from Cited by: The Bitterroot National Forest experienced a fire season of historic proportions in Wildfires burnedacres on the Bitterroot National Forest acres on private and State lands in Ravalli County, Montana during the summer of The fires destroyed 70.

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Ryana,⇑, Tonja S. Oppermanb,1 a USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory, US Highway 10 W. Missoula, MTUSA bUSDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Wildland Fire Management Cited by:   This Week: Fourth of July fireworks are one step closer to returning to Mount Rushmore National Memorial; Secretary Bernhardt testified on Capitol Hill on the President’s Fiscal Year Budget Request; the Secretary joined top Interior officials to discuss the EPA’s National Water Reuse Action Plan; starting this week until April 30th the Bureau of Land Management in Montana .