For many years, the CCFZ has conducted hazardous fuels treatment projects, fuels reduction projects for other resource benefits, and post-fire rehabilitation projects. Projects are designed to accomplish a variety of resource objectives and may be proposed by the CCFZ as well as by other resource specialists. A few examples of projects could include improving the health of public lands through vegetative manipulation, protecting both public and private lands from wildland fire, enhancing wildlife habitat, and/or reducing the spread of invasive plant species. Under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and in keeping with other federal regulations, it is the responsibility of the BLM prior to project implementation to determine if these projects will individually or cumulatively have a significant effect on the human environment. The process of this determination requires a carefully designed project submitted for peer review and discussion, collaboration with other agencies and private entities, the collection and review of extensive project-level data, the evaluation of that data by resource professionals, and a synthesis of scientific literature. Based on this site-specific, project-level analysis of environmental effects, if it is determined that the actions would not individually or cumulatively have a significant effect on the human environment, the Field Office Manager issues a decision and the project is authorized to move forward. Information on planned projects for the Price Field Office can be found by clicking on the fuels management section in this website. The BLM Utah NEPA bulletin board also contains current information regarding CCFZ projects.