U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
 
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Warren Scoppettone on Newark Allotment
 
CURRENT GRAZING 
The purpose and need for the action is to fully process and renew the term grazing permit and reissue a permit for Warren Scoppettone on the Newark Allotment. The issuance of the permit would be for an unset period not to exceed 10 years. The Newark Allotment consists of 218,105 acres under Bureau of Land Management administration. The current permit allows Warren Scoppettone to graze cattle and sheep from 04/01 to 11/01 depending on pasture. A total of 1960 active AUMs are currently permitted. Potential changes could occur to the permit based upon a review of rangeland health standards. If changes are to be made, an Interdisciplinary Team (ID team) and public input will be solicited to assist in developing management guidelines for the team permit renewal process. An evaluation of the range monitoring data and rangeland health will be conducted for the Newark Allotment. This data will be summarized in a Standards Determination Document.
 
ALLOTMENT LOCATION / DESCRIPTION
The allotment is located in White Pine County approximately 70 miles west of Ely, Nevada within the Great Basin physiographic region.  The Newark Allotment is located at T.20N. R.58E. Sections: multiple sections.
 
WILD HORSE HERD MANAGEMENT AREA
The Newark Allotment is located within the Buck and Bald wild horse herd management area (HMA).
 
WILDLIFE
This allotment is home to a diversity of wildlife. Elk and antelope use this allotment year round. Deer also can be found on the allotment throughout the year.
 
SPECIAL STATUS SPECIES
No special status species are located on the Newark Allotment.
 
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Contact: Craig Hoover
Phone: 775-289-1800

Allotment map for Newark Allotment
 
Last updated: 11-10-2008