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Bishop NEPA Documents and NHPA Status

The table below shows the Bishop NEPA documents that are currently being developed or have recently been completed. The table also shows the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) status for each action. Some of the documents in that table are available on-line and can be downloaded by clicking the entry in the Type column.

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Project Number Type Program Description Geographic Location Contact Status Initiated Completed NHPA Status Field Office Fiscal Year
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-0037-EAEARecreationThe purpose of the project is to construct and sign a single track trail on public land that will extend the existing Whitney Portal National Recreation Trail from the BLM/USFS land boundary near Lone Pine Campground to the town of Lone Pine, CA. Additionally the project would obliterate and naturalize excess user-created trails.Alabama Hills, Inyo County, California; Bishop RMP Owens Valley Management Area/Alabama Hills Special Recreation Management Area; T15S, R35E, Portions of Sections 14, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, MDB&M Rebecca Brooke
760-872-5046
In Progress07/24/2015Bishop 2015
EA DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-032DNARecreationThe purpose of the project would be to reduce impacts to vegetation and return to a natural state an unauthorized route and two vehicle parking areas along a road commonly known as Shark’s Fin Road in the Alabama Hills, Lone pine, California. This would be accomplished by delineating with boulders an existing authorized parking area (approximately 400 sq. ft.) that is denuded of vegetation adjacent to Shark’s Fin Road and closing and barricading the unauthorized routes and parking areas by strategically placing boulders to prevent vehicle entry and planting of seedlings in damaged areas.Alabama Hills, Inyo County California; Bishop RMP Owens Valley Management Area, NW ¼ section of the SE ¼ section 25, T15S, R36E MDMRebecca Brooke
760-872-5046
DNA completed, Decision Record signed 07/28/201501/23/201507/28/2015NHABishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2014-0016CXRecreationPoleta Canyon OHV Open Area Facility Operations and MaintenancePoleta Canyon OHV Open AreaRich Williams
760-872-5033
CX completed and Decision Record signed on 7/16/201503/31/201407/16/2015NHABishop 2014
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2014-0030-EAEANoxious weedsInvasive Plant ManagementField Office-wide.Casey Boyd
760-872-5025
EA completed, Finding of No Significant Impact and Decision Record signed 07/24/201502/13/201307/24/2015NAEBishop 2014
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-031-CXCXWildland fireThis project proposes to re-locate an existing Fire Prevention sign on Hogback Rd. (14S04) to the intersection of Movie Rd and Hogback Rd (N 36 38.852 x 118 8.563). Additionally, the project proposes to add a new Fire Prevention sign just north of the intersection of Whitney Portal Rd. and Movie Rd. (N 36 35.842 x 118 6.825). Signs are double-sided 32”X44” kiosks that carry fire prevention messages (ie. “Drown Campfires”). Both signs would be installed without concrete; installation would require digging two holes 18-24 inches deep approximately 36 inches apart.North end of Movie Rd and Hogback is: N 36 38.852 x 118 8.563 South end of Movie Rd and Whitney portal is: N 36 35.842 x 118 6.825 Alabama Hills, Inyo County, California; Bishop RMP Owens Valley Management Area/Alabama Hills Special Recreation ManagemenRebecca Brooke
760-872-5046
CX completed and Decision Record signed 7/16/201507/07/201507/16/2015EXMBishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-0015-CXCXEnergy and MineralsGeothermal Groundwater Monitoring WellsBasalt Canyon, northeast of Mammoth Lakes, CACollin Reinhardt
760-872-5024
CX completed 7/22/2015 and Decision Record Signed 7/23/201512/15/201407/23/2015NHABishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-035-DNADNAVegetationRemoval of early stage sparse pinyon-juniper expansion in sagebrush steppe in sage-grouse habitat.Two units, one south of Mormon Meadows and one in Bridgeport Canyon in the Bodie Hills, Mono County, California.Heather Stone
760-873-2561
In progress07/22/2015Bishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-0034-CXCXLands and RealtyTUP Permit 3 year renewal for 3 existing cloud seeding sites Conway Summit and northwest of ConwayLarry Primosch
7608725031
Pending07/08/2015EXMBishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070_2015-0029-CXCXRecreationThe proposed action would be the issuance of a two-day motion photography film permit (CACA 056130) to Skandar Productions. The filming would take place in the Tungsten Hills along Tungsten City Road and in the Volcanic Tableland in locations known as Happy and Sad Boulders, Inyo County, California. Rich Williams
(760) 872-5033
CX completed and Decision Record signed 7/14/201506/22/201507/14/2015EXMBishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-0011CXRecreationThe proposed project would implement a suite of restoration treatments in the Travertine Hot Springs area of Mono County, California to begin reclamation of the site previously used by the Bridgeport Gun Club as a shooting range. The purpose of the proposed project is to begin restoration of the area that was previously disturbed by use as the Bridgeport Gun Club’s shooting facility while maintaining continued public access to the area. The project is needed to reclaim the area to a more natural state and to eliminate further damage to the natural and cultural resources within the project area consistent with an R&PP lease agreement between the BLM and Mono County that requires abandonment of the shooting range at Travertine Hot Springs upon completion of the new shooting range along Masonic Road.Travertine Hot Springs; Bishop RMP Bridgeport Valley Management Area; T4N, R25E, Section 34, Mount Diablo Base & Meridian; Mono County, California.Rich Williams
760-872-5033
CX completed and Decision Record signed 7/09/201501/21/201507/09/2015NHABishop 2015

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