The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) ensures that the BLM (and other Federal Agencies) considers the impact of an action on the quality of the human environment before decisions are made and the action is taken. NEPA-related documents are required to concentrate on significant issues. The NEPA process is intended to help public officials make better decisions based on an understanding of environmental consequences, and take actions that protect, restore, and enhance the quality of the human environment.
As of October 1, 2015, the BLM now hosts all of our current and ongoing planning documents on the new ePlanning site. This site allows you to search for projects by geographic location, project resource type, year, and other project-specific fields.
All of BLM's planning documents prior to October 2015 can be found in the Oregon/Washington NEPA document library. Documents can be searched by fiscal year, district, program area, and document type via the NEPA Document Search form.
Project Planning Updates
Trout Creek EIS Public Scoping Documents
- 2010 Scoping Letter to Public (PDF)
- Scoping Background and Issues, Trout Creek Geographic Management Area (TCGMA) – February 2010 (PDF)
- Brief Synopsis of Pre-Scoping EIS Alternatives, February 2010 Scoping Meetings (PDF)
- Rangeland Grazing Allotment Statistics and Management Categories for the Analysis Area (PDF)
- Grazing EIS Alternative 3B - Allotments and Pastures Where Livestock Grazing Use Would Cease (PDF)
- Corrected Table B - Trout Creek Geographic Management Area Standards of Rangeland Health Evaluation (PDF)
- Corrected Table B (Continued) - Trout Creek Geographic Management Area Standards of Rangeland Health Evaluation (PDF)
- Map - Trout Creek Wilderness Study Areas and Status of Wilderness Characteristic Inventory Units (PDF)
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