36 CFR 219.12 - Monitoring

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  • Heartwood, Inc. v. Agpaoa, Civil Action No. 07-114-KSF.
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 6th Circuit. United States District Court of Eastern District of Kentucky
    • April 27, 2009
    ...an adequate range of alternatives, as required by NEPA and NFMA, when revising its DBNF Forest Plan. See 40 C.F.R. § 1502.14; 36 C.F.R. § 219.12(f)(5)(2000). Specifically, Heartwood contends that during the public comment period, citizens presented the Forest Service with two "no loggi......
  • Curry v. U.S. Forest Service, No. Civ.A. 97-1081.
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 3th Circuit. United States District Courts. 3th Circuit. Western District of Pennsylvania
    • October 15, 1997
    ...is to provide an adequate basis for identifying the alternative that comes nearest to maximizing net public benefits...." 36 C.F.R. § 219.12(f). In the present case, the Forest Service considered only two alternatives with respect to the Mortality II Project — no action and the propose......
  • Sierra Club v. Glickman, No. 9:85-CV-69.
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 5th Circuit. United States District Court of Eastern District Texas
    • August 14, 1997
    ...and (iv) Destructive insects and disease organisms do not increase to potentially damaging levels following management activities. 36 C.F.R. § 219.12(d), (k). "[F]orest plan[s] shall contain ... [m]onitoring and Page 935 requirements that will provide a basis for a periodic determinati......
  • Neighbors of Cuddy Mountain v. Alexander, No. 01-35184.
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals (9th Circuit)
    • September 5, 2002
    ...diversity in Payette. The complaint points to regulations requiring the Forest Service to monitor population trends of species. See 36 C.F.R. §§ 219.12(d), 219.19(a)(6), 219.26. Count two alleges that the Forest Service is no longer protecting old growth species in accordance with its dutie......
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  • Heartwood, Inc. v. Agpaoa, Civil Action No. 07-114-KSF.
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 6th Circuit. United States District Court of Eastern District of Kentucky
    • April 27, 2009
    ...an adequate range of alternatives, as required by NEPA and NFMA, when revising its DBNF Forest Plan. See 40 C.F.R. § 1502.14; 36 C.F.R. § 219.12(f)(5)(2000). Specifically, Heartwood contends that during the public comment period, citizens presented the Forest Service with two "no logging al......
  • Curry v. U.S. Forest Service, No. Civ.A. 97-1081.
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 3th Circuit. United States District Courts. 3th Circuit. Western District of Pennsylvania
    • October 15, 1997
    ...procedures, is to provide an adequate basis for identifying the alternative that comes nearest to maximizing net public benefits...." 36 C.F.R. § 219.12(f). In the present case, the Forest Service considered only two alternatives with respect to the Mortality II Project — no action and the ......
  • Sierra Club v. Glickman, No. 9:85-CV-69.
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 5th Circuit. United States District Court of Eastern District Texas
    • August 14, 1997
    ...and (iv) Destructive insects and disease organisms do not increase to potentially damaging levels following management activities. 36 C.F.R. § 219.12(d), (k). "[F]orest plan[s] shall contain ... [m]onitoring and Page 935 requirements that will provide a basis for a periodic determination an......
  • Neighbors of Cuddy Mountain v. Alexander, No. 01-35184.
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals (9th Circuit)
    • September 5, 2002
    ...diversity in Payette. The complaint points to regulations requiring the Forest Service to monitor population trends of species. See 36 C.F.R. §§ 219.12(d), 219.19(a)(6), 219.26. Count two alleges that the Forest Service is no longer protecting old growth species in accordance with its dutie......
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2 books & journal articles
  • Advising Noah: A Legal Analysis of Assisted Migration
    • United States
    • Environmental Law Reporter Nbr. 39-5, May 2009
    • May 1, 2009
    ...84. 36 C.F.R. §219.10(b) (2008). 85. 36 C.F.R. §219.16 (2008). 86. he NFMA (16 U.S.C. §1604(e) (2008)) as well as the regulations (36 C.F.R. §219.12(a)(1) (2008)) only broadly state that suitable multiple uses include outdoor recreation, range, timber, watershed, and wildlife and ish purpos......
  • Federal Grazing Lands as 'Conservation Lands' in the 30 by 30 Program
    • United States
    • Environmental Law Reporter Nbr. 52-4, April 2022
    • April 1, 2022
    ...2015) (challenging ecological sustainability as the top-priority 2012 planning rule; note the case was dismissed on other grounds). 34. 36 C.F.R. §219.12 (2021) (emphasis added). 35. Id . §219.19; see also 16 U.S.C. §531(a). 36. 36 C.F.R. §219.10 (2021). 37. FLPMA, 43 U.S.C. §1732(a) (“[t]h......

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