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96-560 Colorado Wilderness Act Sec. 102(a)(17) Forest Service Colorado
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Motorized Equipment
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
  • Access
  • Motorized Access
Wilderness(es): Rawah Wilderness
Text: (17) certain lands in the Roosevelt and Routt National Forests, Colorado, which comprise approximately forty-eight thousand nine hundred and thirty acres, as generally depicted on a map entitled “Mount Rawah Wilderness Additions—Proposed”, dated October 1979, and which are hereby incorporated in and shall be deemed to be a part of the Rawah Wilderness as designated by Public Law 88-577: Provided, That the Secretary shall permit motorized access and the use of motorized equipment used for the periodic maintenance and repair of the McGuire Water Transmission Line ditch;
96-560 Colorado Wilderness Act TITLE I, Sec. 102(a)(5) Forest Service Colorado
  • Water
  • Water Facilities
  • Water Resources
  • Water Rights/Laws
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Resource Development
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Holy Cross Wilderness
Text: (5) certain lands in the San Isabel and White River National Forests, Colorado, which comprise approximately one hundred and twenty-six thousand acres, as generally depicted on a map entitled “Holy Cross Wilderness—Proposed”, dated November 1980, and which shall be known as the Holy Cross Wilderness: Provided, That no right, or claim of right, to the diversion and use of existing conditional water rights for the Homestake Water Development project by the cities of Aurora and Colorado Springs shall be prejudiced, expanded, diminished, altered, or affected by this Act. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to expand, abate, impair, impede, or interfere with the construction, maintenance or repair of said project, nor the operation thereof, or any exchange or modification of the same agreed to by the cities and the United States, acting through any appropriate agency thereof;
96-560 Colorado Wilderness Act Sec. 103. Forest Service South Dakota
  • General Admininstration
  • Miscellaneous
Wilderness(es): Black Elk Wilderness
Text: In furtherance of the purposes of the Wilderness Act, the following lands are hereby designated as wilderness and, therefore, as components of the National Wilderness Preservation System: certain lands in the Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota, which comprise approximately ten thousand seven hundred acres, as generally depicted on a map entitled “Black Elk Wilderness—Proposed”, dated October 1979, and shall be known as the Black Elk Wilderness: Provided, That the provisions of the Act establishing the Custer State Park Sanctuary (41 Stat. 986) and the later named Norbeck Wildlife Preserve (63 Stat. 708) shall also apply to the Black Elk Wilderness to the extent they are not inconsistent with the provisions of the Wilderness Act.
96-560 Colorado Wilderness Act Sec. 108. Forest Service Colorado
  • Commercial Use
  • Grazing
Wilderness(es): Cache La Poudre Wilderness, Collegiate Peaks Wilderness, Comanche Peak Wilderness, Holy Cross Wilderness, La Garita Wilderness, Lizard Head Wilderness, Lost Creek Wilderness, Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, Mount Evans Wilderness, Mount Massive Wilderness, Mount Sneffels Wilderness, Mount Zirkel Wilderness, Neota Wilderness, Never Summer Wilderness, Raggeds Wilderness, Rawah Wilderness, South San Juan Wilderness, Uncompahgre Wilderness, Weminuche Wilderness, West Elk Wilderness
Text: The Congress hereby declares that, without amending the Wilderness Act of 1964, with respect to livestock grazing in National Forest wilderness areas, the provisions of the Wilderness Act relating to grazing shall be interpreted and administered in accordance with the guidelines contained under the heading “Grazing in National Forest Wilderness” in the House Committee Report (H. Report 96-617) accompanying this Act.
96-560 Colorado Wilderness Act Sec. 108. Fish and Wildlife Service Colorado
  • Commercial Use
  • Grazing
Wilderness(es): Mount Massive Wilderness
Text: The Congress hereby declares that, without amending the Wilderness Act of 1964, with respect to livestock grazing in National Forest wilderness areas, the provisions of the Wilderness Act relating to grazing shall be interpreted and administered in accordance with the guidelines contained under the heading “Grazing in National Forest Wilderness” in the House Committee Report (H. Report 96-617) accompanying this Act.
96-560 Colorado Wilderness Act Sec. 109(a-b) Forest Service Colorado
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Insects/Diseases/Invasive Species
  • Fire Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
Wilderness(es): Cache La Poudre Wilderness, Collegiate Peaks Wilderness, Comanche Peak Wilderness, Holy Cross Wilderness, La Garita Wilderness, Lizard Head Wilderness, Lost Creek Wilderness, Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, Mount Evans Wilderness, Mount Massive Wilderness, Mount Sneffels Wilderness, Mount Zirkel Wilderness, Neota Wilderness, Never Summer Wilderness, Raggeds Wilderness, Rawah Wilderness, South San Juan Wilderness, Uncompahgre Wilderness, Weminuche Wilderness, West Elk Wilderness
Text: The Secretary of Agriculture is directed to review all policies, practices, and regulations of the Department of Agriculture regarding disease or insect outbreaks, forest fires, and the use of modern suppression methods and equipment in National Forest System components of the National Wilderness Preservation System in the State of Colorado, to insure that— (a) such policies, practices, and regulations fully conform with and implement the intent of Congress regarding forest fire, disease and insect control, as such intent is expressed in the Wilderness Act and this Act; and (b) policies, practices, and regulations are developed that will allow timely, and efficient fire, insect, and disease control, to provide, to the extent reasonably practicable, adequate protection of adjacent Federal, State, and private nonwilderness lands from forest fires and disease or insect infestations.
96-560 Colorado Wilderness Act Sec. 109(a-b) Fish and Wildlife Service Colorado
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Insects/Diseases/Invasive Species
  • Fire Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
Wilderness(es): Mount Massive Wilderness
Text: The Secretary of Agriculture is directed to review all policies, practices, and regulations of the Department of Agriculture regarding disease or insect outbreaks, forest fires, and the use of modern suppression methods and equipment in National Forest System components of the National Wilderness Preservation System in the State of Colorado, to insure that— (a) such policies, practices, and regulations fully conform with and implement the intent of Congress regarding forest fire, disease and insect control, as such intent is expressed in the Wilderness Act and this Act; and (b) policies, practices, and regulations are developed that will allow timely, and efficient fire, insect, and disease control, to provide, to the extent reasonably practicable, adequate protection of adjacent Federal, State, and private nonwilderness lands from forest fires and disease or insect infestations.
96-560 Colorado Wilderness Act Sec. 110. Forest Service Colorado
  • General Admininstration
  • Buffer Zones
Wilderness(es): Cache La Poudre Wilderness, Collegiate Peaks Wilderness, Comanche Peak Wilderness, Holy Cross Wilderness, La Garita Wilderness, Lizard Head Wilderness, Lost Creek Wilderness, Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, Mount Evans Wilderness, Mount Massive Wilderness, Mount Sneffels Wilderness, Mount Zirkel Wilderness, Neota Wilderness, Never Summer Wilderness, Raggeds Wilderness, Rawah Wilderness, South San Juan Wilderness, Uncompahgre Wilderness, Weminuche Wilderness, West Elk Wilderness
Text: Congress does not intend that designation of wilderness areas in the State of Colorado lead to the creation of protective perimeters or buffer zones around each wilderness area. The fact that nonwilderness activities or uses can be seen or heard from areas within the wilderness shall not, of itself, preclude such activities or uses up to the boundary of the wilderness area.
96-560 Colorado Wilderness Act Sec. 110. Fish and Wildlife Service Colorado
  • General Admininstration
  • Buffer Zones
Wilderness(es): Mount Massive Wilderness
Text: Congress does not intend that designation of wilderness areas in the State of Colorado lead to the creation of protective perimeters or buffer zones around each wilderness area. The fact that nonwilderness activities or uses can be seen or heard from areas within the wilderness shall not, of itself, preclude such activities or uses up to the boundary of the wilderness area.
96-560 Colorado Wilderness Act Sec. 111(a) Forest Service Colorado
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Boundaries
Wilderness(es): Indian Peaks Wilderness
Text: (a) The boundaries of Rocky Mountain National Park, the Roosevelt National Forest, and the Arapaho National Forest area revised as generally depicted on the map entitled “Boundary Adjustments, Rocky Mountain National Park”, numbered 121-80, 047, dated October 1, 1979, which shall be on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the Director, National Park Service, Department of the Interior, and the Office of the Chief, Forest Service, Department of Agriculture: Provided, That the area shown on such map as E-5 and known as the Twin Sisters area shall remain a part of the Rocky Mountain National Park. All lands added or transferred by this Act to Rocky Mountain National Park, Roosevelt National Forest, and Arapaho National Forest shall be subject to the laws and regulations applicable to the appropriate National Park or National Forest. Lands within the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area as designated by Public Law 95-450 (Sta. 1099) that are transferred by this Act to Rocky Mountain National Park shall remain in the National Wilderness Preservation System. Lands within the Rocky Mountain National Park that are adjacent to the Indian Peaks Wilderness and that are transferred by this Act to the Roosevelt National Forest shall be incorporated in and become part of the Indian Peaks Wilderness.
96-560 Colorado Wilderness Act Sec. 111(a) National Park Service Colorado
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Boundaries
Wilderness(es): Indian Peaks Wilderness
Text: (a) The boundaries of Rocky Mountain National Park, the Roosevelt National Forest, and the Arapaho National Forest area revised as generally depicted on the map entitled “Boundary Adjustments, Rocky Mountain National Park”, numbered 121-80, 047, dated October 1, 1979, which shall be on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the Director, National Park Service, Department of the Interior, and the Office of the Chief, Forest Service, Department of Agriculture: Provided, That the area shown on such map as E-5 and known as the Twin Sisters area shall remain a part of the Rocky Mountain National Park. All lands added or transferred by this Act to Rocky Mountain National Park, Roosevelt National Forest, and Arapaho National Forest shall be subject to the laws and regulations applicable to the appropriate National Park or National Forest. Lands within the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area as designated by Public Law 95-450 (Sta. 1099) that are transferred by this Act to Rocky Mountain National Park shall remain in the National Wilderness Preservation System. Lands within the Rocky Mountain National Park that are adjacent to the Indian Peaks Wilderness and that are transferred by this Act to the Roosevelt National Forest shall be incorporated in and become part of the Indian Peaks Wilderness.