Klamath Falls Record of Decision and Resource Management Plan

Klamath Falls Record of Decision

Klamath Falls District Resource Management Plan Table of Contents:

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Management Actions/Direction for All Land Use Allocations and Resource Programs


The land use allocations developed for the Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement Record of Decision and applicable to BLM-administered lands in the Klamath Falls Resource Area are Riparian Reserves, Late-Successional/District Designated Reserves, and Matrix.

Two of the allocations in the Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement Record of Decision, Congressionally Reserved Areas and Administratively Withdrawn Areas, recognize existing and proposed BLM management. These allocations are fully incorporated in the resource program elements of this resource management plan. They are not described as separate land use allocations in this document.

The types of administratively withdrawn areas in the resource area include campgrounds, research natural areas, areas of critical environmental concern, and Late-Successional/District Designated Reserves.

Land use allocation acres in the text are gross acres (that is, overlap with other allocations are not taken out).

The Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement Record of Decision record of decision provides management guidance for a specific list of plant and animal species which are or may be found in the major land allocation areas (see Appendix B). In this resource management plan, these species are referred to as "SEIS Special Attention Species". Management guidance is separated in two categories--"Survey and Manage" and "Protection Buffers".