3 edition of Utah Public Lands Artifact Preservation Act of 2001 found in the catalog.
Utah Public Lands Artifact Preservation Act of 2001
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources
|Series||Report / 107th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives -- 107-267|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. ;|
In the Beehive State, million acres of publicly owned national forest and Bureau of Land Management lands provide fish and wildlife with irreplaceable habitat. Despite the immense value of America’s public lands, special interests are working hard in favor of the Utah public lands transfer. In , the Legislature passed the Utah Percent-for-Art Act (Utah Code Title 9, Chapter 6, Sections ), which designates 1% of construction costs of new and/or renovated state public buildings is added to the project for the purpose of commissioning, maintaining and conserving site specific art at, on, or in the facility. The collection includes a broad range of media from textiles and.
public lands ownership, control, and management. 11 Thirty-one percent of our nation’s lands are owned by the federal government and percent of the lands in Utah are owned by the federal government. 12 of these federal holdings, “[t]he BlM manages nearly million acres of public lands in Utah, representing. Directs the (Treasury) to provide competitive grants to public agencies and non-profit organizations for historical resource preservation projects, not to exceed $1,, or 50% of project costs. § Project s on State Lands Requires state agencies proposing any major public works project on state lands to have plans.
Established in , Utah Heritage Foundation — now Preservation Utah — was the first statewide historic preservation organization in the western United States. Preservation Utah's mission is to keep the past alive, not only for preservation, but to inspire and provoke a more creative present an. The nomination discussion and review may be seen at Template:Did you know nominations/Utah Transfer of Public Lands Act. Article improvement. The article reads like a brief from the plaintiffs. Many legal opinions are expressed without the opposing point of view being mentioned. Perhaps the article could be rewritten as an historical account of.
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The mission of Utah Public Lands Alliance is to preserve Utah’s public lands for public use in coalition with all user groups, through public awareness and in cooperation with regulatory agencies regarding all facets of land management including improvement, access, enforcement, and protection.
Get this from a library. Utah Public Lands Artifact Preservation Act of report (to accompany H.R. ) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office). [United States. Congress.
House. Committee on Resources.]. Our Objectives. Advocate balanced and sustainable stewardship of Utah’s public lands. Educate the public and elected officials regarding public lands issues.
Promote the responsible use and preservation of archaeological resources. Defend the public lands policies of the State. Facilitate the exchange of information and recommendations among agencies, and act as the unified voice of the.
History. Various Utah Federal elected officials have argued for "state rights concerning public lands" for at least several decades prior to More recently, State Representative Ken Ivory had been a strong supporter of states' rights and had frequently advocated for Utah to regain control of federalIvory sponsored HBThe Utah Transfer of Public Lands Act, which.
Facebook Twitter. Phone: Fax: Address: North State Street, 5th Floor, Suite Salt Lake City, UT PLPCO website. During the General Session, the Utah Legislature passed H.B.“Transfer of Public Lands Act and Related Study,” in an effort to develop a new model for public land management and use.
The study has now been completed. You can read more about it. Utah ArchaeologyWhat We ManageBLM-Utah has the important responsibility of managing archaeological, historical, and traditional-use sites, commonly referred to as ‘cultural’ or ‘heritage’ resources on public lands in Utah.
Heritage resources are fragile, irreplaceable resources that are part of our Nation's heritage and Utah has a unique and rich array of these resources.
Utah Code Page 1 Part 3 Antiquities Purpose. (1) The Legislature declares that the general public and the beneficiaries of the school and institutional land grants have an interest in the preservation and protection of the state's.
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Opportunities. School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA). SITLA is an independent agency of Utah State government. It was created in by the Utah State Legislature to manage lands granted to the State of Utah by the United States for the support of public schools and other beneficiary institutions.
52 Utah outdoor businesses submit comment letter expressing concerns regarding Grand County’s proposal for the Bishop Public Lands Initiative. Specifically, while Alternative #3 could provide a viable framework for this important public lands bill—for example, the proposed ,acre National Recreation Area has great promise for the.
After Rep. Rob Bishop announced more than three years ago that he wanted to end public land disagreements in southern and eastern Utah with a “grand bargain,” we spent countless hours working with Rep.
Bishop and Rep. Jason Chaffetz—and their staff members—to try and find a compromise that would provide lasting protection for Utah’s remarkable public lands.
Unfortunately, the Public. Utah Public Lands Management Act of - Designates specified lands in Utah as components of the National Wilderness Preservation System. Directs the Secretary of the Interior to prepare plans to manage the areas designated as wilderness (wilderness areas) within five years.
Provides for continuation of existing grazing on such lands. An attempt to assume state ownership of lands currently owned by all Americans, HB is a thinly veiled attempt to sell Federal public lands to the highest bidder for the purposes of fossil fuel extraction and development while providing a permanent roadblock to all future to wilderness designation, lands preservation and habitat restoration.
In Utah, public access to state lands comes at a cost to beloved places like the Book Cliffs — a vast wilderness of rugged bluffs and forested valleys teeming with elk, mule deer and. The BLM Utah manages for 42 threatened/endangered species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) - which includes 17 animals and 25 plant species.
There are an additional three plant species are identified as candidates for listing. A larger number of rare or sensitive species rely on public land in Utah.
Advocate balanced and sustainable stewardship of Utah’s public lands. Educate the public and elected officials regarding public lands issues. Promote the responsible use and preservation of archaeological resources.
Defend the public lands policies of the State. Facilitate the exchange of information and recommendations among. This map provides the locations and distribution of some of Utah’s public lands. Please note, it may not include every public lands area in the state but should provide a general overview.
Ag Land Preservation The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food is working to raise public awareness about the values of protecting critical lands such as farmland, wetlands, and other open spaces. We pose this basic question: Do you know where the food you see in the grocery store comes from, and should consumers help protect the resources.
The Desert Lands Act, passed 3 Marchis of particular significance in Utah because it applied to all arid land in the public domain. This law provided for the purchase of up to acres of desert land by an applicant who could bring it under cultivation.
59 (b) lands owned or held in trust by this state, a political subdivision of this state, or an 60 independent entity; 61 (c) lands reserved for use by the state system of public education as described in Utah 62 Constitution Article X, Section 2, or a state institution of higher education listed in Section 63 53B .Utah Public Lands Dec 5, | 0 comments On Monday, December 4, President Donald Trump announced modifications to Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments, after Secretary Ryan Zinke conducted a review of national monument designations and the history of the Antiquities Act earlier this year.Through the BLM, the federal government manages about 60% of the public lands in Utah.
BLM lands are managed for multiple uses, ranging from recreation, habitat preservation, and wilderness to grazing, energy, and mining. NATIONAL FORESTS. Through the U.S. Forest Service, the federal government manages about 21% of Utah’s public lands.