Lower Deschutes River management plan and environmental impact statement

a joint river management plan
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U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Prineville District Office , Prineville, Or
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ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Land Management. Prineville District., Oregon. State Parks and Recreation Dept.
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The Deschutes River Policy Group from May through October,in response to the Lower Deschutes River Management Plan and EnvironmentallmpaQt Statement.

This summary was compiled by O'Neill and Company Inc. of Portland, Oregon after their analysis of nearly 1, oral and written public comments submitted for consideration by the policy group.

Criteria identified in the Draft Lower Deschutes River Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement, as well as other factors identified before or during the information gathering and analysis process. The Supplement to the Lower Deschutes River Management Plan was released for public review and comment in March, THE LOWER DESCHUTES RIVER MANAGEMENT PLAN,L Criteria identified in the Draft Lower Deschutes River Management Plan/ Environmental Impact Statement, as well as other factors identified before or during It also proposes to amend theFinal Lower Deschutes River.

SUPPLEMENT TO THE LOWER DESCHUTES RIVER MANAGEMENT PLAN. Lower Deschutes River management plan and environmental impact statement Item Preview remove-circle "A joint river management plan developed by: Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation, Oregon State Parks & Recreation Department, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, Oregon.

Lower Deschutes River management plan and environmental impact statement: final. [United States. Bureau of Land Management. Prineville District.] Oregon State Marine Board, Oregon State Police, Deschutes River Management Committee, Wasco, Sherman and Jefferson Counties, and City of Maupin"--Cover (v.

Full text of "Lower Deschutes River management plan and environmental impact statement" See other formats. Get this from a library. Supplement to the draft: Lower Deschutes River management plan and environmental impact statement.

[United States. Bureau of Land Management. Prineville District.]. We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), intend to prepare a draft environmental impact statement (EIS) in accordance with the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) to evaluate the potential impacts on the human environment caused by alternatives to the Deschutes River Basin Habitat Conservation Plan (Deschutes.

This Final General Management Plan and Comprehensive River Management Plan / Environmental Impact Statement is presented in three volumes. The first volume includes the purpose of and need for action, plus the alternatives being considered and comparative tables of the alternatives and the impacts.

Copies of the Upper Deschutes Draft Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement are available in the Prineville District Office at the above address during normal working hours (8 a.m. to p.m.) Copies may also be obtained at public libraries located in.

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Appendix G. Legal Obligations Influencing Management of the Lower Deschutes Wildlife Area List of Figures Figure 1. Lower Deschutes Wildlife Area Features and Ownership Figure 2.

Habitat Types Present on the Lower Deschutes Wildlife Area Figure 3. Land Uses Surrounding the Lower Deschutes Wildlife Area List of Tables Table 1. Analysis of the management situation (AMS) for the Upper Deschutes resource management plan and environmental impact statement (RMP/EIS): executive summary.

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Published by US Bureau of Land Management: Prineville, OR, Federal Register / Vol. 70, No. 10 / Friday, Janu / Notices DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Bureau of Land Management [OR––DQH; HAG–04–] Notice of Availability of the Proposed Upper Deschutes Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement Bureau of Land Management, Interior.

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