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New Mexico standards for public land health and guidelines for livestock grazing management

New Mexico standards for public land health and guidelines for livestock grazing management

draft statewide resource management plan amendment/ environmental impact statement

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Published by Bureau of Land Management, New Mexico State Office in [Santa Fe, NM] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public lands -- New Mexico -- Management,
  • Range management -- New Mexico,
  • Grazing -- Environmental aspects -- New Mexico

  • Edition Notes

    Statementjoint leads for project, New Mexico Bureau of Land Management, State of New Mexico ; cooperators for project, Chaves County ... [et al.].
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17838958M
    OCLC/WorldCa41556599

      A new federal assessment of rangelands in the West finds a disturbingly large portion fails to meet range health standards principally due to commercial livestock operations. In the last decade as more land has been assessed, estimates of damaged lands have doubled in the state Western area where the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM.   Grazing Program” (consultation F). Management and monitoring of livestock grazing would be consistent with the Arizona Standards for Rangeland Health and Guidelines for Grazing Administration (BLM ), and with .

      BLM works with ranchers to administer grazing allotments on million acres of public land in Doña Ana, Otero, Sierra, Luna, Grant and Hidalgo counties. By the end of , the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) had evaluated rangeland health on 7, grazing allotments (i.e., 35 percent of its grazing allotments or 36 percent of the land area contained in its grazing allotments) and found that 16 percent of these failed to meet rangeland health standards due to existing grazing practices or.

      Positive cases have been identified in communities across New Mexico. State health officials continue to test, process, monitor and track instances of the virus — and the state of New Mexico has taken proactive, aggressive public health actions to mitigate the spread of the disease. Stay Home, Other COVID Safe Practices. United States. Bureau of Land Management. and United States. Bureau of Land Management. Albuquerque District. Farmington resource management plan [microform] / prepared by U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Albuquerque District, Farmington Resource Area [Farmington.


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New Mexico standards for public land health and guidelines for livestock grazing management Download PDF EPUB FB2

Standards describe specific conditions needed for public land health, such as the presence of streambank vegetation and adequate canopy and ground cover. Guidelines are the management techniques designed to achieve or maintain healthy public lands, as defined by the standards.

For example, this may include seed dissemination and periodic rest. BLM-New Mexico administers livestock grazing through nearly authorizations on over grazing allotments across approximately million acres of public lands throughout the State. The BLM administers livestock grazing in accordance with the New Mexico Standards for Public Land Health and Guidelines for Livestock Grazing Management.

Get this from a library. New Mexico standards for public land health and guidelines for livestock grazing management: draft statewide resource management plan amendment/ environmental impact statement.

[United States. Bureau of Land Management. New Mexico State Office.]. Public Land Health and Guidelines for Livestock Grazing Management. To the extent that they are consistent with applicable statutes and regulations, the Standards for Public Land Health and the Guidelines for Livestock Grazing Management will be applied to Bureau of Land Management lands in New Mexico.

New Mexico State Office. New Mexico standards for public land health and guidelines for livestock grazing management [microform]: draft statewide resource management plan amendment/ environmental impact statement / joint leads for project, New Mexico Bureau of Land Management, State of New Mexico ; cooperators for project, Chaves County.

SUMMARY: The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announces the availability of the Proposed Statewide Resource Management Plan Amendment/Final Environmental Impact Statement, of Land Use Plans in New Mexico for Implementation of New Mexico Standards for Public Land Health and Guidelines for Livestock Grazing Management.

Documents the effects of adopting standards for public land health and guidelines for livestock grazing management on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) administered land in New Mexico.

The standards and guidelines would be incorporated into eight BLM resources management plans (RMP) that cover approximately million acres. New Mexico Standards for Public Land Health and Guidelines for Livestock Grazing Management: environmental impact statement.

By United States. Bureau of Land Management. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Year: OAI identifier: oai::MIU The BLM manages livestock grazing on million acres of those lands. The terms and conditions for grazing on BLM-managed lands (such as stipulations on forage use and season of use) are set forth in the permits and leases issued by the BLM to public land ranchers.

STANDARDS FOR RANGELAND HEALTH AND GUIDELINES FOR LIVESTOCK GRAZING MANAGEMENT FOR PUBLIC LANDS ADMINISTERED BY THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT IN THE STATES OF OREGON AND WASHINGTON AUG Table of Contents Introduction 1 Fundamentals of Rangeland Health 1 Standards for Rangeland Health 2 Standards and Guidelines.

New Mexico standards for public land health and guidelines for livestock grazing management [microform]: draft statewide resource management plan amendment/ environmental impact statement.

Full text of "Standards for rangeland health and guidelines for livestock grazing management on BLM-administered lands in Montana and the Dakotas:. State Standards for Public Land Health and seven proposed Guidelines for Livestock Grazing Management (hereinafter "New Mexico S&Gs").

State or regional standards and guidelines developed by a State Director "may not be implemented prior to their approval by the Secretary." 43 C.F.R. $41 (b). If approved, the proposed New Mexico S&Gs would.

United States. Bureau of Land Management. New Mexico State Office. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Shipping list no.: P. "September " Chiefly tables. Description: 69 pages ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Summary for the proposed standards for rangeland health and guidelines for livestock grazing Rangeland health and guidelines.

additional information, contact the Pecos District Manager, Bureau of Land Management, West Second St., Roswell, New Mexicoor callor visit the BLM’s web site at Click on New Mexico and then the Pecos District.

New Mexico standards for public land health and guidelines for livestock grazing management [microform] The Jornada experimental range; an epoch in the era of Southwestern range management, by Fred N.

Ares. Bureau of Land Management, New Mexico, Planning; Colorado Standards for Public Land Health; Fundamentals of Rangeland Health and Standards and Guidelines for Grazing Administration; National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Standards for Rangeland Health and Guidelines for Livestock Grazing Management for Public Lands Administered by the Bureau.

Farmington resource management plan [microform] / prepared by U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau o Ironside grazing management program: Department of the Interior, final environmental impact statement / New Mexico standards for public land health and guidelines for livestock grazing management [microform].

INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND A. Livestock Grazing on BLM Lands B. BLM Grazing Administration 1. Grazing Permits and Allotment Management Plans 2. Land-Use Plans III. THE PROPOSED NEW REGULATIONS A. Exclusion of Public Participation B. Suspension of Environmental Standards 1.

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Most grazing lands are considered either range or pasture, but grazing lands also include grazed forest lands, grazed croplands, haylands, and native/naturalized pasture. These other land use types make up an additional million acres of privately owned grazing lands, or about 17% of the total U.

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