Tahoe National Forest land and resource management plan, 1990
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Published by Forest Service in Nevada City, CA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Forest conservation -- Tahoe National Forest (Calif.),
  • Forest management -- Tahoe National Forest (Calif.),
  • Forests and forestry -- Tahoe National Forest (Calif.),
  • Tahoe National Forest (Calif.)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesForest plan.
StatementPacific Southwest Region, USDA Forest Service ; Geri V. Bergen, forest supervisor ; Paul F. Barker, regional forester.
ContributionsBergen, Geri V., Barker, Paul F., United States. Forest Service. Pacific Southwest Region.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14542346M
OCLC/WorldCa28190140

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the management of the Tahoe National Forest (TNF) for the next 10 to 15 years. Its goals are to ensure the wise use and protection of TNF resources, fulfill legislative requirements, and address local, regional, and National issues” (U.S. Forest Service ). Regarding land use planning . Introduction to the Land Management Plan Purpose The purpose of this Land Management Plan—also known as the Forest Plan —is to provide strategic guidance to the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) for forest management over approximately the next 15 years. This plan guides the restoration or maintenance of the health of the. Contact Information. U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit Forest Supervisor's Office 35 College Drive South Lake Tahoe, CA Voice: () TTY: () Hours: Mon thru Fri 8 a.m. to p.m. − Tahoe National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan as amended by the Sierra Nevada Forest Plan Amendment Record of Decision (January ) and Sierra Nevada Forest Plan Amendment, Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement Record of Decision (January ).

Purpose of the Land Management Plan. The Land Management Plan or "Forest Plan" is the principal document that guides the decision making of Forest Service managers. Forest Plans provide long-term management direction for the resources and uses within a national forest. The National Forest Management Act (NFMA) is the primary statute governing. PDF and HTML Documents: Schedule of Proposed Actions are available on this website in both PDF (Portable Document Format) and HTML page format. The PDF file format allows documents to be saved in one common format that is downloadable by anyone. This format can be viewed within your browser or printed out on your printer. August 1, - FS - Forest Service: National Cave and Karst Program on National Forest System Lands August 1, - FS - Forest Service: Considering Forest and Grassland Carbon in Land Management J - WO - Forest Service: Research and Development: Wildland Fire and Fuels Accomplishments and Outcomes. New Report Compares Gains in Forest Land Use with Losses in Forest Cover Every 10 years, the USDA Forest Service publishes the Resources Planning Act Assessment, exploring the status and trends of renewable resources on forests and rangelands in the U.S.

The Tahoe National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (LRMP) (USDA ) established the Forest SQS per the National Soil Management Handbook direction and the R5 Soil Management Handbook direction. The Forest SQS are described within the LRMP as Standard & Guideline (S&G) #55 presented below. The Regional Forester’s letter (February 5. Tahoe National Forest Appendix G 53 the Siskiyou National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (Siskiyou National Forest, ), is an arbitrarily selected example (). More recently, the "Report of Alternatives for Management of Late-Successional Forests of. There are nine Forest Service Regions, broad geographic areas, usually including several states, encompassing National Forests and 20 National Grasslands. These lands include a vast treasure of diverse landscapes, ecosystems, fauna, and flora. Explore the lands, learn about and enjoy the native plants, and celebrate wildflowers in these regions. Tahoe National Forest. (March). Alpine Meadows Ski Area Master Development Plan. Prepared by SE Group. U.S. Forest Service. Tahoe National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan. Pacific Southwest Region. Chapter 1, “Introduction” Placer County. (May 1). Alpine Meadows General Plan. Prepared by Raymond M. Smith, A.I.P.