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NEPA Project Summary 
NEPA #:  DOI-BLM-NV-C010-2012-0037-CX Status:  Completed
Project Name:  Mt well/La plata RI maintenance Decision Date:  03/20/2012
EIS OEPC #:  FONSI Date: 
Applicant:  BLM Stillwater Field Office, Carson City District    
Case File Number/:
Project Number 
RI Files 4218, 6099, 0248    
Start Date:     
End Date:     
 
Project Description:
Mountain Well Pipeline Maintenance: The proposed action will consist of maintenance to the Mountain Well Pipeline. Approximately 1 mile of no larger than 1¼” pipe will be dug and buried with a small track backhoe from the valve point at the last set of troughs, down through the wash to a level area adjacent to the wash where up to four troughs will be set. These range improvements will be installed in the same locations as the damaged pipeline and old troughs. The existing pipeline was installed in 1969 and is no longer serviceable. The reestablishment of the pipeline and troughs will help with distribution of livestock in Pasture #1 which is grazed 10/16 – 4/15 annually. La Plata Pipeline Maintenance The proposed action will consist of maintenance to the La Plata Pipeline. Approximately 2 miles of no larger than 1¼” pipe will be dug and buried with a small track backhoe from the windmill, down along the edge of the road then through a wash to a level area adjacent to the wash where up to four troughs will be set. These range improvements will be installed in the same locations as the damaged pipeline and old troughs. The existing pipeline was installed in 1979 and is no longer serviceable. The reestablishment of the pipeline and troughs will help with distribution of livestock in Pasture #1 which is grazed 10/16 – 4/15 annually. Mountain Well Reservoir Diversion Maintenance The proposed action will consist of maintenance to the Mountain Well Reservoir Diversion Pipeline. Approximately 1 mile of no larger than 1¼” pipe will be dug and buried with a small track backhoe from the valve point at the last set of troughs, down along the road then through the wash to a level area adjacent to the wash where up to four troughs will be set. These range improvements will be installed in the same locations as the damaged pipeline and old troughs. The existing pipeline was installed in 1959 and is no longer serviceable. The reestablishment of the pipeline and troughs will help with distribution of livestock in Pasture #1 which is grazed 10/16 – 4/15 annually.
Project Location:
Mountain Well Pipeline Maintenance – T18N R32E Sec 13, 24 La Plata Pipeline Maintenance – T18N R33E Sec 16, 17 Shirttail Pipeline Maintenance – T19N R32E Sec 1, 12 Mtn Well Reservoir Diversion Maintenance – T18N R32E Sec 22, 26, all within Churchill County, Nevada.
 
Project Lead:  Linda Appel    
Phone Number:  (775) 885-8010    
Email Address:     
Office(s):  Stillwater FO Lead Office:  Stillwater FO
Counties:  Churchill    
 
Program(s):  Livestock Grazing Special Interest(s): 
Cooperating Agencies:     
 

NEPA Document


Map Set Name Publication Date  
Mt. Well/LaPlata Map 03/20/2012  
     

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