4 edition of Upper Missouri national wild and scenic river cultural resource management plan found in the catalog.
Upper Missouri national wild and scenic river cultural resource management plan
|Series||Bureau of Land Management cultural resources series -- no. 3., Cultural resources series (United States. Bureau of Land Management. Montana State Office) -- no. 3.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. Montana State Office.|
|The Physical Object|
Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument: boaters' guide, Fort Benton to Coal Banks Landing / Boaters' guide, Fort Benton to Coal Banks Landing Relief shown by contours. Also shows Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River. Title from cover. "BLM/MT/GI/"--P.  of cover. Contributor: United States. Bureau of Land Management. ment to the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan). Any changes to this river plan will be through the Forest planning process or through environmental analyses and amendments to the Forest Plan. Many terms used in the Act can be confusing. The terms Wild, Scenic and Recreational apply to river Size: 3MB.
Wild and Scenic Rivers Review Process As part of the Section 5(d) (1) review process, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service, we, our) are required to evaluate all river segments that are within the planning area and listed in the. The purpose of the Whychus Creek Wild and Scenic River Plan Environmental Assessment is to provide the basis to develop a Comprehensive River Management Plan and boundary for Whychus Creek Wild and Scenic River. This decision amends the Deschutes National Forest Land and ResourceFile Size: 1MB.
The designated Wild & Scenic portion of the Upper Missouri River begins at Fort Benton (N 47 W ) and ends at Robinson Bridge (N 47 W ), with numerous locations to both enter and exit the river along the way. . The Merced Wild and Scenic River Final Comprehensive Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement (Final Merced River Plan/EIS) is divided into three volumes. Volume 1: Chapters provides the framework for comprehensive management plan, as well as the range of alternatives. Volume 2 contains Chapters , which provides the analysis of .
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The Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River Management Plan highlights; the uniqueness, special values and wild and scenic qualities that were instrumental in the designation on Octo Of special note is the fact that the Upper Missouri contains segments of all three river classifications contained in the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of the upper Missouri River from Fort Benton downstream to the Fred Robinson Bridge (U.S.
Highway crossing) within the National Wi ld and Scenic River System. The Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River is somewhat unique in that i t is to be administered under the provisions of the National Wild. The Upper Missouri River Break National Monument contains a spectacular array of biological, geological, and historical objects of interest.
From Fort Benton to the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, the monument spans miles of the Upper Missouri River, the adjacent Breaks country, and portions of Arrow Creek, Antelope Creek, and the Judith River.
Full text of "Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River cultural resource management 1, Overview and plan" See other formats. We encourage you to check with the administering agency (e.g., the Bureau of Land Management in Montana for the Upper Missouri River).
Some of these plans are courtesy of American Whitewater. They maintain a download site for plans, as well. The Upper Missouri is the premier section of the Lewis and Clark Trail, which stretches from St. Louis to the Pacific coast. The Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument includes the Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River, as well as tens of thousands of acres of wilderness public lands adjoining the river corridor/5(8).
The Missouri National Recreational River is a National Recreational River located on the border between Nebraska and South designation was first applied in to a mile section of the Missouri River between Gavins Point Dam and Ponca Statean additional mile section between Fort Randall Dam and Niobrara, Nebraska, was added to Location: Nebraska and South Dakota, USA.
The center of this monument is the mile long Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River. The Upper Missouri begins at historic Fort Benton, Montana on U.S. Highway 87 and ends miles later where the Fred Robinson Bridge on U.S.
Highway crosses the Missouri River. Final Upper Missouri River Fisheries Management Plan, ; Complete Version. Download of this file may take several minutes even with a HIGH SPEED connection. Pages MB. Cover, Title Page, Table of Contents. Pages i-iv. 44 KB. Executive Summary and Plan Implementation.
Pages E-1 to E KB. Section 1: Management Plan Area. Animation & Cartoons Arts & Music Computers & Technology Cultural & Academic Films Ephemeral Films Movies News & Public Affairs. Full text of "Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument: record of decision and approved resource management plan".
Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River Cultural Resource Management Plan. Ruthann Knudson. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections. Canoeing in the Wild and Scenic Upper Missouri River Wilderness. Water Sports.
Outdoor Adventures. Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River 3. Eagle Creek Hike, Pictographs, Wildlife, Hole in the Wall National Geographic coffee table book that serves as a visual companion to Undaunted Courage.
In general, the extent, effectiveness, and enforceability of wild-and-scenic protections using administrative measures (in the land management plan) are less specific, and may be less reliable, than those afforded a river that is actually designated (typically by Act of Congress) as a component of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.
River protections now making federal land management work for rivers Rivers. They refresh the land and the creatures and plants that inhabit it, guide our explorations, render stories of nature and of human history, connect communities. In a nation of highly developed working rivers subjected to impoundments, diversions, streambank alterations, and other damage or neglect.
the BLM and USFS Eligibility Reports for Segments 4 through 7 of the Upper Colorado River.2 It is intended to serve as a Wild and Scenic Rivers management alternative for the resource management plan revision process.
A significant benefit of the SG Plan is that through the cooperative and voluntary efforts of. the BLM and USFS Eligibility Reports for Segments 4 through 7 of the Upper Colorado River.1 It is intended to serve as a Wild and Scenic Rivers management alternative for the resource management plan revision process.
A significant benefit of the SG Plan is that through the cooperative and voluntary efforts of. The Friends of the Missouri Breaks Monument is a (c)(3) non-profit incorporated in to support the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument – where the wild and scenic Missouri River flows through nearly half-a-million acres of central Montana prairies and badlands.
As a route of western expansion the Missouri River has few equals. Lewis and Clark spent three weeks, from May 24 through Jexploring the segment that is now the Upper Missouri National Wild & Scenic River. Today this portion is considered to be the premier component of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.
The St. Croix River in Minnesota and Wisconsin is a federally designated Wild and Scenic River, but is managed differently than the state designated rivers. The St. Croix is part of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Program. Each of the designated river segments in Minnesota has a management plan that outlines the rules and goals for that river.
The Upper Colorado River Wild and Scenic Stakeholder Group was formed as an independent, collaborative group in Our intention is to balance permanent protection of the Outstandingly Remarkable Values, certainty for the stakeholders, water project yield, and flexibility for water users along the Upper Colorado River.
The White CLay Creek and its tributaries Watershed Management Plan. The management plan proposes a strategy for managing the White Clay Creek as a National Wild and Scenic River. It was prepared as part of a study to evaluate the White Clay Creek for inclusion in the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.NPS had initiated but not completed a comprehensive management plan f or the Merced Wild and Scenic River corridor within its jurisdiction.
The U.S. District Court determined that the absence of a river management plan hindered the agency’s ability to ensure that projects in the river corridor adequately prote cted the Merced River.This is a list of the designated National Wild and Scenic Rivers in the United States.
Some rivers may be listed more than once if they have designated sections in different states. Initials of the managing agency follow the name of the river. Abbreviations used are: ^ "Bautista Creek, California".
National Wild and Scenic Rivers.