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King Range Planning Documents

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Record Of Decision King Range National Conservation Area Resource Management Plan May 11, 2005

King Range NCA Proposed Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement, November 2004

Due to their large size Chapters 3 and 4 have been divided into smaller segments to reduce download time.

Cover Page

Dear Reader Page

Signature Page

Title Page

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Chapter 1 Cover Page
Chapter 1

Figure 1-1 Formal Plan Decision Area
Figure 1-2 Regional Towns and Cities
Figure 1-3 Time Line

Chapter 2

Chapter 3 Cover Page
Chapter 3 Part 1
Chapter 3 Part 2
Chapter 3 Part 3
Chapter 3 Part 4
Chapter 3 Part 5
Chapter 3 Part 6
Chapter 3 Part 7

Figure 3-2 Geology Map
Figure 3-3 Regional Towns and Cities Map
Figure 3-4 Approximate Tribal Boundaries is the Early 19th Century Map
Figure 3-5 California Tribal and Federal Lands Map
Figure 3-7 Land Ownership and Management Zones as of 1974
Figure 3-8 Current Land Ownership
Figure 3-9 Existing Special Designations
Figure 3-10 Wilderness Character Assessment
Figure 3-11 Extent of Anadromy
Figure 3-12 Suitable Spotted Owl Habitat
Figure 3-13 Dominant Habitat Types
Figure 3-14 Vegetation Seral Stage
Figure 3-15 Existing Grazing Allotments
Figure 3-16 Fire History
Figure 3-17 Roads and Transportation System
Figure 3-18 Regional Recreation Areas
Figure 3-19 Recreation Sites and Facilities

Chapter 4 Cover Page
Chapter 4 Part 1
Chapter 4 Part 2
Chapter 4 Part 3

Figure 4-1 New Management Zones
Figure 4-2 Wilderness Character Assessment
Figure 4-3 Suitable Wild and Scenic Rivers
Figure 4-4 Existing Mattole Beach and Proposed Mill Creek Watershed ACEC
Figure 4-5 Honeydew Creek Watershed Interim Riparian Reserves 
Figure 4-6 Silvicultural Treatment Areas
Figure 4-7 Proposed Grazing Allotments
Figure 4-8 Existing and Proposed Fuel Breaks
Figure 4-9 Off-Highway Vehicle Designations for Preferred Alternative (C)
Figure 4-10 Mountain Bike Management

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Comment Letters 2752 Kb

Appendices 1522 Kb

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Proposed Plan Volume 1 (70 Mb)

Proposed Plan Volume 2 (7 Mb)