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96-312 Central Idaho Wilderness Act Sec. 5(a)(5) Bureau of Land Management Idaho
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness
Text: (5) The management plan shall, among other things, address the need for, and alternative means of access to the wilderness.
96-312 Central Idaho Wilderness Act Sec. 5(a)(5) Forest Service Idaho
Montana
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness
Text: (5) The management plan shall, among other things, address the need for, and alternative means of access to the wilderness.
96-312 Central Idaho Wilderness Act Sec. 5(b) Bureau of Land Management Idaho
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Trails/Bridges/Signs
Wilderness(es): Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness
Text: (b) In administering the River of No Return Wilderness, the Secretary shall, to the maximum extent practicable, consistent with the management plan required by this section, clear obstructions from all of the national forest trails within or adjacent to the wilderness on at least an annual basis.
96-312 Central Idaho Wilderness Act Sec. 5(b) Forest Service Idaho
Montana
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Trails/Bridges/Signs
Wilderness(es): Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness
Text: (b) In administering the River of No Return Wilderness, the Secretary shall, to the maximum extent practicable, consistent with the management plan required by this section, clear obstructions from all of the national forest trails within or adjacent to the wilderness on at least an annual basis.
96-312 Central Idaho Wilderness Act Sec. 5(d)(1) Bureau of Land Management Idaho
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
  • Commercial Use
  • Mining
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness
Text: (d)(1) Notwithstanding the provisions of the Wilderness Act of 1964 (78 Stat. 890; 16 U.S.C. 1131), including section 4(d)(3), closing wilderness areas after December 31, 1983, to the United States mining laws, and the designation of the River of No Return Wilderness by this Act, within that portion of the wilderness depicted on a map entitled “Special Mining Management Zone—Clear Creek”, (hereinafter referred to in this section as the “Special Management Zone”), dated June 1980, all prospecting and exploration for, and development or mining of cobalt and associated minerals shall be considered a dominant use of such land and shall be subject to such laws and regulations as are generally applicable to National Forest System lands not designated as wilderness or other special management areas, including such laws and regulations which relate to the right of access to valid mining claims and private property: Provided, That:
96-312 Central Idaho Wilderness Act Sec. 5(d)(1) Forest Service Idaho
Montana
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
  • Commercial Use
  • Mining
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness
Text: (d)(1) Notwithstanding the provisions of the Wilderness Act of 1964 (78 Stat. 890; 16 U.S.C. 1131), including section 4(d)(3), closing wilderness areas after December 31, 1983, to the United States mining laws, and the designation of the River of No Return Wilderness by this Act, within that portion of the wilderness depicted on a map entitled “Special Mining Management Zone—Clear Creek”, (hereinafter referred to in this section as the “Special Management Zone”), dated June 1980, all prospecting and exploration for, and development or mining of cobalt and associated minerals shall be considered a dominant use of such land and shall be subject to such laws and regulations as are generally applicable to National Forest System lands not designated as wilderness or other special management areas, including such laws and regulations which relate to the right of access to valid mining claims and private property: Provided, That:
96-312 Central Idaho Wilderness Act Sec. 5(d)(1)(A) Bureau of Land Management Idaho
  • Commercial Use
  • Mining
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness
Text: (A) all mining locations and associated access roads shall be held and used solely for mining or mineral processing operations and uses reasonably incident thereto, except that the Secretary may permit such access roads to be utilized by the State of Idaho to facilitate the management of the bighorn sheep in the Special Management Zone;
96-312 Central Idaho Wilderness Act Sec. 5(d)(1)(A) Forest Service Idaho
Montana
  • Commercial Use
  • Mining
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness
Text: (A) all mining locations and associated access roads shall be held and used solely for mining or mineral processing operations and uses reasonably incident thereto, except that the Secretary may permit such access roads to be utilized by the State of Idaho to facilitate the management of the bighorn sheep in the Special Management Zone;
96-312 Central Idaho Wilderness Act Sec. 5(d)(1)(B) Bureau of Land Management Idaho
  • Commercial Use
  • Mining
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Timber
Wilderness(es): Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness
Text: (B) after the date of enactment of this Act, subject to valid existing rights, all patents issued under the mining laws of the United States for claims within the Special Management Zone shall convey title to the mineral deposits within such claims, but each such patent shall reserve to the United States all title in or to the surface of the lands and products thereof, and no use of the surface of the claim or the resources therefrom not reasonably required for carrying on mining and prospecting shall be allowed: Provided, That the patentee shall have the right to cut and use as much of the mature timber therefrom as may be needed in the extraction, removal and beneficiation of the mineral deposits, if such needed timber is not otherwise reasonably available, and if such timber is cut under sound principles of forest management as defined by National Forest System rules and regulations: Provided further, That the patentee shall have the right to use as much of the surface as reasonably necessary for the mining, removal, extraction, or beneficiation of the mineral deposits located therein; and
96-312 Central Idaho Wilderness Act Sec. 5(d)(1)(B) Forest Service Idaho
Montana
  • Commercial Use
  • Mining
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Timber
Wilderness(es): Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness
Text: (B) after the date of enactment of this Act, subject to valid existing rights, all patents issued under the mining laws of the United States for claims within the Special Management Zone shall convey title to the mineral deposits within such claims, but each such patent shall reserve to the United States all title in or to the surface of the lands and products thereof, and no use of the surface of the claim or the resources therefrom not reasonably required for carrying on mining and prospecting shall be allowed: Provided, That the patentee shall have the right to cut and use as much of the mature timber therefrom as may be needed in the extraction, removal and beneficiation of the mineral deposits, if such needed timber is not otherwise reasonably available, and if such timber is cut under sound principles of forest management as defined by National Forest System rules and regulations: Provided further, That the patentee shall have the right to use as much of the surface as reasonably necessary for the mining, removal, extraction, or beneficiation of the mineral deposits located therein; and
 



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