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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-070-2015-025-CXCXCultural resourcesSaline Valley Salt Tram Summit Station and Tenderís Cabin Fire Safety Hazard Reduction: Non-Wilderness - selectively remove and thin pinyon pine, mountain mahogany and tall shrubs located immediately adjacent to, and between, the historic Saline Valley Salt Tram Summit Station and Tenderís Cabin in the Inyo Mountains, Inyo County, California. The project is designed to reduce the fire safety hazard around these historic structures by creating defensible space that would increase firefighter safety associated with protection of these structures in the event of a natural or human caused wildfire. The entire proposes project area is located within the 30 foot cherry-stemmed route buffer of the Cerro Gordo-Swansea loop route and outside of the Inyo Mountains Wilderness.The proposed project area is located approximately seven miles north of the abandoned mining town of Cerro Gordo on the Cerro Gordo-Swansea loop route in the Southern Inyo Management Area; T. 15 S., R. 38 E., Sections 28 & 29, MDBM.Hannah Fortney
760-872-5012
Cancelled.04/29/2015NAEBishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-023-CXCXRangeThe Dynamo Pond Meadow Restoration Project is needed to maintain and improve the meadow complex located around Dynamo Pond and along Green Creek. Meadows are a limited resource within the Eastern Sierra region and these ecosystems are important to wildlife for food, nesting, cover, etc. The Dynamo Pond area has accumulated surface and ladder fuels, especially Lodgepole pine, over the past 80 years due to disruptions to the natural low intensity fire regime. Previous restoration efforts to maintain and improve the meadow complex have been successful, with the removal of Lodgepole saplings and invasive weeds. Also maintaining roads and trails has eliminated vehicular travel through the meadow, allowing meadow grass and willow species to recover. The purpose of the Dynamo Pond Meadow Restoration Project is to restore the meadow complex around dynamo pond. The project includes the removal of encroaching Lodgepole saplings from the meadow complex, removal of invasive weeds (e.g. mullein), and armoring of trails and parking areas. 4 acres of BLM managed public land in T3S, R25E, Sec. 4, Mono County, CA. An adjoining 5 acres of California Department of Fish and Wildlife lands in T3S, R25E, Sec. 4 is being proposed for treatment.Hannah Fortney
(760) 872-5012
Pending06/03/2015EXMBishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-0027-CXCXRangeAurora Canyon Allotment 2015 Temporary Water Haul Project - allow for the temporary placement of a water tank and trough system at up to 3 locations to provide water to permitted livestock grazing operations. Water would be trucked in to fill tank. Existing pit dam reservoirs are not usable due to low precipitation.Aurora Canyon allotment, near Logan Springs, Bodie Hills Management Area.Jeff Starosta
760-872-5032
Completed05/21/201506/08/2015NAEBishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-0026-CXCXWildlifeGuzzler Improvement in the Benton Management Area - Maintain and improve the Mono 8 wildlife drinker (guzzler) which is leaking and has limited water catching capacity.Benton Management AreaSherri Lisius
760-872-5022
Completed05/06/201506/03/2015NAEBishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-0013-DNADNAEnergy and MineralsPassive Cathodic Corrosion Protection and Well Cellar Installation: Injection Well 44-32Long Valley (Inyo National Forest)Collin Reinhardt
760-872-5024
Completed02/08/201502/17/2015EXMBishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-0014-DNADNAEnergy and MineralsPassive Cathodic Corrosion Protection and Well Cellar Installation: Injection Well 44A-32Long Valley (Inyo National Forest)Collin Reinhardt
760-872-5024
Completed02/08/201502/17/2015NHABishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2011-032EAVegetationBodie Hills Upland Vegetation Restoration ProjectBodie Hills, Mono County, CAHeather Stone
760 873-2561
EA completed 01/22/2015, Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for selected alternative signed on 03/06/2015, Decision Record signed on 03/31/2015.03/01/2011NHABishop 2011
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-0016-CXCXRangeHammil Valley Allotment 2015 Temporary Water Haul ProjectHammil ValleyJeff Starosta
760-872-5032
Completed02/19/201504/01/2015NHABishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-0017-DNADNAFuelsColeville Sheep Fuel Reduction 2015Coleville Management AreaJeff Starosta
760-872-5032
Completed02/23/201503/10/2015NAEBishop 2015
DOI-BLM-CAC-070-2015-0015-CXCXEnergy and MineralsGeothermal Groundwater Monitoring WellsBasalt Canyon, northeast of Mammoth Lakes, CACollin Reinhardt
760-872-5024
Pending12/15/2014NHABishop 2015

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