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Sand Hills Coordinated Travel & Transportation Management Plan & Associated Resource Management Plan Amendment 

FY 2010

Final

News release - 03/03/10

Section-by-section

FY 2009

Draft

News release - 01/15/09

Finding of No Signigicant Impact - 60kb

Environmental Assessment - 905kb

  • Dear Reader Letter - 218kb
  • Cover - 246kb
  • Table of Contents - 20kb
  • Chapter 1:  Purpose and Need For the Proposed Action - 74kb
  • Chapter 2:  The Existing Environment - 83kb
    • Map 2:  Grazing Allotments - 1.5mb
    • Map 3:  Oil and Gas Leases - 636kb
  • Chapter 3: Alternatives, Including the Proposed Action - 73kb
    • Map 4:  Baseline Road Inentory - 550kb
    • Map 5:  Alternative A (Development) - 519kb
    • Map 6:  Alternative B (Preferred) - 528kb
    • Map 7:  Alternative C (Conservation) - 526kb
  • Chapter 4:  The Affected Environment and Environmental Consequences - 111kb
  • Chapter 5:  Scoping and Consultation - 20kb
  • References - 13kb
  • Appendix A:  Resource Management Plan Decisions Affecting the Sand Hills Transportation Management Plan - 291kb
  • Appendix B:  Casper Field Office Standards for Road and Trail Inventories - 105kb
  • Appendix C:  Mitigation Measures for All Surface-disturbing Activities - 166kb

FY 2007

Scoping