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95-237 Endangered American Wilderness Act Sec. 2. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS, (c) Bureau of Land Management California
  • Water
  • Water Resources
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Fire Management
Wilderness(es): Santa Lucia Wilderness
Text: (c) Certain lands in and adjacent to the Los Padres National Forest, California, which comprise about twenty-one thousand two hundred and fifty acres, are generally depicted on a map entitled “Santa Lucia Wilderness Area—Proposed”, shall be known as the Santa Lucia Wilderness: Provided, That the tract identified on said map as “Wilderness Reserve” is designated as wilderness, subject only to the removal of the existing and temporary nonconforming improvement, at which time the Secretary of Agriculture (hereinafter referred to as the “Secretary”) is directed to publish notice thereof in the Federal Register. Pending such notice, and subject only to the maintenance of the existing nonconforming improvement, said tract shall be managed as wilderness in accordance with section 5 of this Act. In order to guarantee the continued viability of the Santa Lucia watershed and to insure the continued health and safety of the communities serviced by such watershed, the management plan for the Santa Lucia area to be prepared following designation as wilderness shall authorize the Forest Service to take whatever appropriate actions are necessary for fire prevention and watershed protection including, but not limited to, acceptable fire presuppression and fire suppression measures and techniques. Any special provisions contained in the management plan for the Santa Lucia Wilderness area shall be incorporated in the planning for the Los Padres National Forest: Provided, That the Forest Service is authorized to continue fire presuppression, fire suppression measures and techniques, and watershed maintenance pending completion of the management plan for the Santa Lucia area;
95-237 Endangered American Wilderness Act Sec. 2. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS, (c) Forest Service California
  • Water
  • Water Resources
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Fire Management
Wilderness(es): Santa Lucia Wilderness
Text: (c) Certain lands in and adjacent to the Los Padres National Forest, California, which comprise about twenty-one thousand two hundred and fifty acres, are generally depicted on a map entitled “Santa Lucia Wilderness Area—Proposed”, shall be known as the Santa Lucia Wilderness: Provided, That the tract identified on said map as “Wilderness Reserve” is designated as wilderness, subject only to the removal of the existing and temporary nonconforming improvement, at which time the Secretary of Agriculture (hereinafter referred to as the “Secretary”) is directed to publish notice thereof in the Federal Register. Pending such notice, and subject only to the maintenance of the existing nonconforming improvement, said tract shall be managed as wilderness in accordance with section 5 of this Act. In order to guarantee the continued viability of the Santa Lucia watershed and to insure the continued health and safety of the communities serviced by such watershed, the management plan for the Santa Lucia area to be prepared following designation as wilderness shall authorize the Forest Service to take whatever appropriate actions are necessary for fire prevention and watershed protection including, but not limited to, acceptable fire presuppression and fire suppression measures and techniques. Any special provisions contained in the management plan for the Santa Lucia Wilderness area shall be incorporated in the planning for the Los Padres National Forest: Provided, That the Forest Service is authorized to continue fire presuppression, fire suppression measures and techniques, and watershed maintenance pending completion of the management plan for the Santa Lucia area;
95-237 Endangered American Wilderness Act Sec. 2(d) Forest Service California
  • Water
  • Water Resources
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Fire Management
Wilderness(es): Ventana Wilderness
Text: (d) certain lands in the Los Padres National Forest, California, which comprise about sixty-one thousand acres, are generally depicted on a map entitled “Ventana Wilderness Additions—Proposed”, and which are hereby incorporated in, and shall be deemed to be a part of, the Ventana Wilderness as designated by Public Law 91-58. In order to guarantee the continued viability of the Ventana watershed and to insure the continued health and safety of the communities serviced by such watershed, the management plan for the Ventana area to be prepared following designation as wilderness shall authorize the Forest Service to take whatever appropriate actions are necessary for fire prevention and watershed protection including, but not limited to, acceptable fire presuppression and fire suppression measures and techniques. Any special provisions contained in the management plan for the Ventana Wilderness area shall be incorporated in the planning for the Los Padres National Forest;
95-237 Endangered American Wilderness Act Sec. 2(e) Forest Service Colorado
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Water
  • Water Facilities
  • Water Resources
  • Water Rights/Laws
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness
Text: (e) certain lands in the White River National Forest, Colorado, which comprise approximately seventy-four thousand four hundred and fifty acres, are generally depicted as area “A” on a map entitled “Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness Area—Proposed”, and shall be known as the Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness. The area commonly known as the “Spruce Creek Addition”, depicted as area “B” on said map and comprising approximately eight thousand acres, shall, in accordance with the provisions of subsection 3(d) of the Wilderness Act, be reviewed by the Secretary as to its suitability or nonsuitability for preservation as wilderness. The Secretary shall complete his review and report his findings to the President and the President shall submit to the United States Senate and the House of Representatives his recommendation with respect to the designation of the Spruce Creek area as wilderness not later than two years from the date of enactment of this Act. Subject to valid existing rights, the wilderness study area designated by this subsection shall, until Congress determines otherwise, be administered by the Secretary so as to maintain presently existing wilderness character and potential for inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System. No right, or claim of right, to the diversion and use of the waters of Hunter Creek, the Fryingpan or Roaring Fork Rivers, or any tributaries of said creeks or rivers, by the Fryingpan-Arkansas Project, Public Law 87-590, Eighty-seventh Congress, and the reauthorization thereof by Public Law 93-493, Ninety-third Congress, under the laws of the State of Colorado, 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 Fryingpan-Arkansas Project facilities, nor the operation thereof, pursuant to the Operating Principles, House Document Numbered 130, Eighty-seventh Congress, and pursuant to the water laws of the State of Colorado;
95-237 Endangered American Wilderness Act Sec. 2(i) Forest Service Utah
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Aircraft/Helicopters
  • Water
  • Water Facilities
  • Water Resources
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
  • Access
  • Motorized Access
Wilderness(es): Lone Peak Wilderness
Text: (i) certain lands in Wasatch and Unita National Forests, Utah, which comprise about twenty-nine thousand five hundred and sixty-seven acres, are generally depicted on a map entitled “Lone Peak Wilderness Area—Proposed”, and shall be known as the Lone Peak Wilderness: Provided, That the Forest Service is directed to utilize whatever sanitary facilities are necessary (including but not limited to vault toilets, which may require service by helicopter) to insure the continued health and safety of the communities serviced by the Lone Peak watershed; furthermore, nothing in this Act shall be construed to limit motorized access and road maintenance activities necessary to guarantee the continued viability of whatsoever watershed facilities currently exist, or which may be necessary in the future to prevent the degradation of the water supply in the Lone Peak area;
95-237 Endangered American Wilderness Act Sec. 3. OREGON OMNIBUS WILDERNESS ACT OF 1978, (b) Bureau of Land Management Oregon
  • General Admininstration
  • Pre-existing Uses/Rights/ Laws
Wilderness(es): Wild Rogue Wilderness
Text: (b) certain lands in the Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon, which comprise about thirty-six thousand seven hundred acres, are generally depicted on a map entitled “Wild Rogue Wilderness—Proposed”, and shall be known as the Wild Rogue Wilderness: Provided, That the portion of the segment of the Rogue River designated as a component of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System by section 3(a)(5) of the Wild and Scenic River Act (82 Stat. 906, as amended) which lies within the Wild Rogue Wilderness shall be managed as a wild river notwithstanding section 10(b) of that Act or any provisions of the Wilderness Act to the contrary;
95-237 Endangered American Wilderness Act Sec. 3. OREGON OMNIBUS WILDERNESS ACT OF 1978, (b) Forest Service Oregon
  • General Admininstration
  • Pre-existing Uses/Rights/ Laws
Wilderness(es): Wild Rogue Wilderness
Text: (b) certain lands in the Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon, which comprise about thirty-six thousand seven hundred acres, are generally depicted on a map entitled “Wild Rogue Wilderness—Proposed”, and shall be known as the Wild Rogue Wilderness: Provided, That the portion of the segment of the Rogue River designated as a component of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System by section 3(a)(5) of the Wild and Scenic River Act (82 Stat. 906, as amended) which lies within the Wild Rogue Wilderness shall be managed as a wild river notwithstanding section 10(b) of that Act or any provisions of the Wilderness Act to the contrary;
95-237 Endangered American Wilderness Act Sec. 4. GOSPEL-HUMP AREA, (b)(1-5) Forest Service Idaho
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Resource Development
  • Wildlife Management
Wilderness(es): Gospel-Hump Wilderness
Text: (b)(1) Within ninety days after enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall appoint a seven-member Advisory Committee (hereafter referred to as the “Committee”) on the management of the Gospel-Hump Area who shall advise the Secretary as to the progress of the fish and game research program, and the multipurpose resource development plan required by this section, and who shall evaluate the results of the research program and development plan on an ongoing basis. (2) The Committee shall be comprised of two members of the timber industry who purchase timber from the Nezperce National Forest, two members from organizations who are actively engaged in seeking the preservation of wilderness lands, and three members from the general public who otherwise have a significant interest in the resources and management of the Gospel-Hump Area. (3) Committee members shall serve without pay except that while away from their homes or regular places of business in performances of services for the Committee, members of the Committee shall be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, in the same manner as persons employed intermittently in the Government service are allowed under section 5703(b) of title 5 of the United States Code. (4) The Secretary shall provide that the Committee shall meet as soon as practicable after all the members are appointed, but in no case later than one hundred and fifty days after the enactment of this Act. Subsequently, the Committee shall meet every one hundred and eighty days, or as often as the Secretary deems necessary. (5) The Committee shall terminate one hundred and fifty days after transmittal of the completed multipurpose resource development plan required under this section.
95-237 Endangered American Wilderness Act Sec. 4(c)(1) Forest Service Idaho
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Fisheries
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Resource Development
  • Wildlife Management
Wilderness(es): Gospel-Hump Wilderness
Text: (c)(1) The Secretary shall cooperate with agencies and institutions of the State of Idaho, and with the Secretary of the Interior, in conducting a comprehensive fish and game research program within the Gospel-Hump Area and surrounding Federal lands in north-central Idaho. The Secretary shall assure that this research program includes detailed investigations concerning resident and anadromous fisheries resources (including water quality relationships) and the status, distribution, movements, and management of game populations, in order to provide findings and recommendations concerning integration of land management and development with the protection and enhancement of these fish and game resources.
95-237 Endangered American Wilderness Act Sec. 4((c)(2)-e) Forest Service Idaho
  • Commercial Use
  • Timber
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Resource Development
  • Wildlife Management
Wilderness(es): Gospel-Hump Wilderness
Text: (2) To carry out the comprehensive fish and game research program, the Secretary is authorized to make grants of funds to agencies and institutions of the State of Idaho and to provide the assistance of personnel from agencies under his jurisdiction. (3) The Secretary shall assure that the comprehensive fish and game research program is scheduled and progressing on a timely basis so that findings and recommendations are fully integrated in preparation of the multipurpose resource development plan required by this section. (d)(1) Within four years after enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall implement a multipurpose resource development plan for development of the Federal lands identified on the map referenced in this section as “Management Areas”. (2) The multipurpose resource development plan shall comply with the provisions of the Multiple-Use Sustained-Yield Act of 1960 (74 Stat. 215; 16 U.S.C. 528) and the Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act of 1974 (88 Stat. 476; 16 U.S.C. 1601) as amended, and shall conform in all respects to the provisions of the National Forest Management Act of 1976 (90 Stat. 2949; 16 U.S.C. 1600), including the regulations, guidelines, and standards promulgated pursuant to those Acts. In preparing the multipurpose resource development plan, the Secretary shall take particular care to gather and integrate detailed field data on soil types and soil hazards, and to consider timber volumes, timber site classes, and productivity. The current findings and recommendations of the comprehensive fish and game research program and other available information shall be integrated into the preparation of the multipurpose resource development plan. The multipurpose resource development plan may be periodically revised to accommodate new information as it becomes available. (3) In preparing the multipurpose resource development plan, the Secretary shall assure adequate public involvement, and he shall make full use of the recommendations of the Committee established by this section. (4) One year after the date of enactment of this Act and every year thereafter, the Secretary shall review the multipurpose resource development plan being prepared in accordance with this section to determine which lands, if any, might be scheduled for development prior to the completion of the final multipurpose resource development plan. (5) The Secretary shall publish a notice of the completion of the multipurpose resource development plan or a portion thereof in the Federal Register and shall transmit it to the President and to the Senate and House of Representatives. The completed multipurpose resource development plan or relevant portions thereof shall be implemented be the Secretary no earlier than ninety days and no later than one hundred and fifty calendar days from the date of such transmittal. (e) The Secretary shall prepare a wilderness management plan for the Gospel-Hump Wilderness designated pursuant to this section, taking into account the findings of the comprehensive fish and game research program.
 



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