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98-406 Arizona Wilderness Act of 1984 TITLE I, Sec. 101(a)(13) Forest Service Arizona
  • Water
  • Water Facilities
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
  • Access
  • Motorized Access
Wilderness(es): Mazatzal Wilderness
Text: (13) certain lands in the Tonto National Forest, which comprise approximately forty-six thousand six hundred and seventy acres, as generally depicted on a map entitled “Mazatzal Wilderness Additions—Proposed”, dated August 1984, and which are hereby incorporated and shall be deemed a part of the Mazatzal Wilderness as designated by Public Law 88-577: Provided, That within the lands added to the Mazatzal Wilderness by this Act, the provisions of the Wilderness Act shall not be construed to prevent the installation and maintenance of hydrologic, meteorologic, or telecommunications facilities, or any combination of the foregoing, or limited motorized access to such facilities when nonmotorized access means are not reasonably available or when time is of the essence, subject to such conditions as the Secretary deems desirable, where such facilities or access are essential to flood warning, flood control, and water reservoir operation purposes;
98-406 Arizona Wilderness Act of 1984 Sec. 101(a)(23) Forest Service Arizona
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Santa Teresa Wilderness
Text: (23) certain lands in the Coronado National Forest, which comprise approximately twenty-six thousand seven hundred and eighty acres, as generally depicted on a map entitled “Santa Teresa Wilderness—Proposed”, dated February 1984, and which shall be known as the Santa Teresa Wilderness; the governmental agency having jurisdictional authority may authorize limited access to the area, for private and administrative purposes, from U.S. Route 70 along Black Rock Wash to the vicinity of Black Rock;
98-406 Arizona Wilderness Act of 1984 Sec. 101(d) Forest Service Arizona
  • General Admininstration
  • Buffer Zones
Wilderness(es): Apache Creek Wilderness, Bear Wallow Wilderness, Castle Creek Wilderness, Cedar Bench Wilderness, Chiricahua Wilderness, Escudilla Wilderness, Fossil Springs Wilderness, Four Peaks Wilderness, Galiuro Wilderness, Granite Mountain Wilderness, Hellsgate Wilderness, Juniper Mesa Wilderness, Kachina Peaks Wilderness, Kanab Creek Wilderness, Kendrick Mountain Wilderness, Mazatzal Wilderness, Miller Peak Wilderness, Mt. Wrightson Wilderness, Munds Mountain Wilderness, Pajarita Wilderness, Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness, Rincon Mountain Wilderness, Salome Wilderness, Salt River Canyon Wilderness, Santa Teresa Wilderness, Strawberry Crater Wilderness, Superstition Wilderness, Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, West Clear Creek Wilderness, Wet Beaver Wilderness, Woodchute Wilderness
Text: (d) The Congress does not intend that designation of wilderness areas in the State of Arizona 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 a wilderness shall not, of itself, preclude such activities or uses up to the boundary of the wilderness area.
98-406 Arizona Wilderness Act of 1984 Sec. 101(e)(1) Forest Service Arizona
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Water
  • Water Rights/Laws
Wilderness(es): Apache Creek Wilderness, Bear Wallow Wilderness, Castle Creek Wilderness, Cedar Bench Wilderness, Chiricahua Wilderness, Escudilla Wilderness, Fossil Springs Wilderness, Four Peaks Wilderness, Galiuro Wilderness, Granite Mountain Wilderness, Hellsgate Wilderness, Juniper Mesa Wilderness, Kachina Peaks Wilderness, Kanab Creek Wilderness, Kendrick Mountain Wilderness, Mazatzal Wilderness, Miller Peak Wilderness, Mt. Wrightson Wilderness, Munds Mountain Wilderness, Pajarita Wilderness, Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness, Rincon Mountain Wilderness, Salome Wilderness, Salt River Canyon Wilderness, Santa Teresa Wilderness, Strawberry Crater Wilderness, Superstition Wilderness, Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, West Clear Creek Wilderness, Wet Beaver Wilderness, Woodchute Wilderness
Text: (e)(1) As provided in paragraph (6) of section 4(d) of the Wilderness Act, nothing in this Act or in the Wilderness Act shall constitute an express or implied claim or denial on the part of the Federal Government as to exemption from Arizona State water laws.
98-406 Arizona Wilderness Act of 1984 Sec. 101(e)(2) Forest Service Arizona
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
Wilderness(es): Apache Creek Wilderness, Bear Wallow Wilderness, Castle Creek Wilderness, Cedar Bench Wilderness, Chiricahua Wilderness, Escudilla Wilderness, Fossil Springs Wilderness, Four Peaks Wilderness, Galiuro Wilderness, Granite Mountain Wilderness, Hellsgate Wilderness, Juniper Mesa Wilderness, Kachina Peaks Wilderness, Kanab Creek Wilderness, Kendrick Mountain Wilderness, Mazatzal Wilderness, Miller Peak Wilderness, Mt. Wrightson Wilderness, Munds Mountain Wilderness, Pajarita Wilderness, Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness, Rincon Mountain Wilderness, Salome Wilderness, Salt River Canyon Wilderness, Santa Teresa Wilderness, Strawberry Crater Wilderness, Superstition Wilderness, Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, West Clear Creek Wilderness, Wet Beaver Wilderness, Woodchute Wilderness
Text: (2) As provided in paragraph (7) of section 4(d) of the Wilderness Act, nothing in this Act or in the Wilderness Act shall be construed as affecting the jurisdiction or responsibilities of the State of Arizona with respect to wildlife and fish in the national forests located in that State.
98-406 Arizona Wilderness Act of 1984 Sec. 101(f)(1-3) Forest Service Arizona
  • Commercial Use
  • Grazing
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
Wilderness(es): Apache Creek Wilderness, Bear Wallow Wilderness, Castle Creek Wilderness, Cedar Bench Wilderness, Chiricahua Wilderness, Escudilla Wilderness, Fossil Springs Wilderness, Four Peaks Wilderness, Galiuro Wilderness, Granite Mountain Wilderness, Hellsgate Wilderness, Juniper Mesa Wilderness, Kachina Peaks Wilderness, Kanab Creek Wilderness, Kendrick Mountain Wilderness, Mazatzal Wilderness, Miller Peak Wilderness, Mt. Wrightson Wilderness, Munds Mountain Wilderness, Pajarita Wilderness, Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness, Rincon Mountain Wilderness, Salome Wilderness, Salt River Canyon Wilderness, Santa Teresa Wilderness, Strawberry Crater Wilderness, Superstition Wilderness, Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, West Clear Creek Wilderness, Wet Beaver Wilderness, Woodchute Wilderness
Text: (f)(1) Grazing of livestock in wilderness areas established by this title, where established prior to the date of the enactment of this Act, shall be administered in accordance with section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act and section 108 of Public Law 96-560. (2) The Secretary is directed to review all policies, practices, and regulations of the Department of Agriculture regarding livestock grazing in national forest wilderness areas in Arizona in order to insure that such policies, practices, and regulations fully conform with and implement the intent of Congress regarding grazing in such areas, as such intent is expressed in this Act. (3) Not later than one year after the date of the enactment of this Act, and at least every five years thereafter, the Secretary of Agriculture shall submit to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the United States House of Representatives and to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the United States Senate a report detailing the progress made by the Forest Service in carrying out the provisions of paragraphs (1) and (2) of this section.
98-406 Arizona Wilderness Act of 1984 Sec. 302(b) Bureau of Land Management Arizona
Utah
  • Commercial Use
  • Grazing
Wilderness(es): Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness, Beaver Dam Mountains Wilderness, Cottonwood Point Wilderness, Grand Wash Cliffs Wilderness, Kanab Creek Wilderness, Mount Logan Wilderness, Mount Trumbull Wilderness, Paiute Wilderness, Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness
Text: (b) Within the wilderness areas designated by this title, the grazing of livestock, where established prior to the date of enactment of this Act, shall be permitted to continue subject to such reasonable regulations, policies, and practices as the Secretary concerned deems necessary, as long as such regulations, policies, and practices fully conform with and implement the intent of Congress regarding grazing in such areas as such intent is expressed in the Wilderness Act.
98-406 Arizona Wilderness Act of 1984 TITLE III, Sec. 302(b) Forest Service Arizona
  • Commercial Use
  • Grazing
Wilderness(es): Saddle Mountain Wilderness
Text: (b) Within the wilderness areas designated by this title, the grazing of livestock, where established prior to the date of enactment of this Act, shall be permitted to continue subject to such reasonable regulations, policies, and practices as the Secretary concerned deems necessary, as long as such regulations, policies, and practices fully conform with and implement the intent of Congress regarding grazing in such areas as such intent is expressed in the Wilderness Act.
 
 



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