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National forest system roadless area review and evaluation (RARE II)

United States. President (1977-1981 : Carter)

National forest system roadless area review and evaluation (RARE II)

communication from the secretary of agriculture, transmitting the President"s recommendations for the designation as wilderness of approximately 9.9 million acres of national forest system lands

by United States. President (1977-1981 : Carter)

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wilderness areas -- United States,
  • Forest reserves -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesHouse document -- no. 96-119, House document (United States. Congress. House -- 96th Congress, 1st session, no. 96-119
    ContributionsCarter, Jimmy, 1924-, United States. Dept. of Agriculture
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 99 p. ;
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14216502M

    This report discusses the results of a mineral survey of the Glacier Peak Roadless Area (L), Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snohomish County, Wash. The Glacier Peak Roadless Area was classified as a further planning area during the Second Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (RARE n) by the U.S. Forest Service, January In July , the Forest Service moved its NEPA procedures from directives to regulations to include new provisions that incorporate Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) guidance and to better align Agency NEPA documentation to Agency decision-making processes.

    p. The Forest Service began to assess roadless areas that could potentially be put into wilderness designation in , with the Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (RARE). The original effort was found to be inadequate and the Forest Service reinventoried its roadless areas from to in what came to be known as RARE II. Since , the Forest Service has systematically evaluated roadless areas on national forests three times, most recently during the Clinton administration's Roadless Area Conservation Review.

      In , before I was involved, the Forest Service tried to do a single massive study of every 5,acre roadless area it could find, calling it the Roadless Area Review and Evaluation or RARE. When the Sierra Club challenged this study in court, the courts decided that such a national study wasn’t adequate to meet the requirements of the. Land-use Conflicts with Natural Vegetation in the United States - Volume 6 Issue 3 - Jeffrey M. Klopatek, Richard J. Olson, Craig J. Emerson, Jan L. Joness.


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National forest system roadless area review and evaluation (RARE II) by United States. President (1977-1981 : Carter) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Inall Forest Service land was surveyed under the Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (RARE II) and 1, acres ( km 2) on the Sumter National Forest (adjacent to the existing wilderness) were classified as Roadless National Forest System land and named Ellicott Rock Extension.

The Andrew Pickens Ranger district on the Sumter National Location: Jackson / Macon counties, North Carolina. Get this from a library.

National forest system roadless area review and evaluation (RARE II): communication from the secretary of agriculture, transmitting the President's recommendations for the designation as wilderness of approximately million acres of national forest system lands.

[Jimmy Carter; United States. President ( Carter); United States. National forest system roadless area review and evaluation (RARE II) communication from the secretary of agriculture, transmitting the President's recommendations for the designation as wilderness of approximately million acres of national forest system lands by United States.

President ( Ca Pages: Get this from a library. Forest service's roadless area review and evaluation: (RARE II). [George H Siehl; National Forest System (U.S.); Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.]. CIHAIRNIAN: As you know. late in the spring of the Forest Service and the Department of Agriculture bean a comprohensive review of the roadless lands within the national forest system.

This roadless area review and evaluation (often referred to as RARE II) is aimed at identifying all of the remaining roadless ares within the national forests.

Full text of "Roadless area review and evaluation (RARE II" See other formats 7'hln. it>-)./pli^ 95th Congress 1 2d Session J COMMITTEE PRINT ^ ROADLESS AREA REVIEW AND EVALUATION (RARE II) PRINTED AT THE REQUEST OF Hexry M. Jackson, Chairman COMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES UNITED STATES SENATE OCTOBER Publication No.

The White River National Forest is committed to protecting and managing roadless areas as an important component of National Forest System lands. Roadless areas are valued for many benefits.

undeveloped areas within the National Forest System that could be considered for National Wilderness Preservation designation; this was the first roadless area review and evaluation (RARE I).

The reviews were to be completed during the Forest planning process. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The Forest Service is taking the risks presented by COVID seriously and is following USDA and CDC public health guidance as we continue to offer services to the public.

Visitors to our National Forests and Grasslands are urged to take the precautions recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). On April 4,the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources conducted the second in a series of roundtable discussions on the Forest Service's latest roadless area review an(1 evaluation (RARE II).

The first such roundtable was held on Septem An updated version of the Roadless Area Review and Evaluation that was conducted by the US Forest Service in Reference Entry. 38 words. Reference Entry. 38 words. Mineral Data in the Forest Service's Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (RARE II) Is Misleading and Should Be Corrected EMD Published: Feb 4, A "roadless area" is the designation for backcountry, undeveloped lands having wilderness attributes as specified in the Wilderness Act of and that could be considered for inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation lands were formally inventoried in the Roadless Area Review and Evaluation process (RARE II) and managed under the land management plans of the US Forest.

“Inthe Forest Service initiated a review of National Forest System roadless areas generally larger than 5, acres to determine their suitability for inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System.

A second review process completed inknown as Roadless Area Review and Evaluation II (RARE II), resulted in another. Background-Roadless Areas. The historic Wilderness Act passed in provided guidelines and provisions for future wilderness additions, of which this California Act is one.

One key provision called for evaluating roadless areas for future wilderness classification. The US Forest Service began its evaluation in and was known as the Roadless Area Review and Evaluation or "RARE.". The Forest Service has just conducted a massive review of almost 56 million acres of roadless areas in the National Forest System.

From this area, we have selected for study areas with the highest apparent wilderness potential, encompassing million acres. The new rule requires a petitioning process that allows Governors an opportunity to seek establishment of or adjustments to management requirements for National Forest System inventoried roadless.

During this second Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (RARE II), the Forest Service identified 2, roadless areas of 5, acres or more totaling 66 million acres out of the million acres of National Forest lands. National Park. That land was later converted into a national park, and inthe park was returned to the federal government.

InPresident Ulysses S. Grant set aside lands near the headwaters of the Yellowstone River in Wyoming as the United States’ first national park. In At our last get-together around this campfire, I went through the heartbreak of the Forest Service’s Roadless Area Review and Evaluation from to For many of us wilderfolk at the time, RARE wiped clean any lingering belief that wilderness clubs and the U.

Forest Service were together in one conservation movement. For [ ]. GAO reviewed the Forest Service's new rule on roadless area conservation. GAO noted that (1) the rule would establish prohibitions on road construction, road reconstruction, and timber harvesting in inventoried roadless areas on the National Forest System's lands and (2) the Forest Service complied with applicable requirements in promulgating the rule.At our last get-together around this campfire, I went through the heartbreak of the Forest Service’s Roadless Area Review and Evaluation from to For many of us wilderfolk at the time, RARE wiped clean any lingering belief that wilderness clubs and the U.

S. Forest Service were together in one conservation movement.Inall Forest Service land was surveyed under the Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (RARE II) and 1, acres ( km 2) on the Sumter National Forest (adjacent to the existing wilderness) were classified as Roadless National Forest System land and named Ellicott Rock Extension.

The Andrew Pickens Ranger district on the Sumter National.