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Full text of "Proposed domestic livestock grazing management program for the Sonoma-Gerlach resource area, Nevada : final environmental impact statement"

SONOMA- GERLACH 

Grazing Environmental 
Impact Statement 





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United States Department of the Interior 
Bureau of Land Management 
Winnemucca District Office 
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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT 
PROPOSED DOMESTIC LIVESTOCK GRAZING MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 

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SONOMA-GERLACH RESOURCE AREA 

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BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT P . ° • B °* C q W eOS25-°° 47 
WINNEMUCCA DISTRICT Denver, 




Nevada State Office 

The Bureau of Land Management proposes to implement a livestock grazing management program 
for the Sonoma-Gerlach Resource Area of the Winnemucca District in north-central Nevada. This 
program proposes to allocate available vegetation to livestock, big game, and wild horses and 
burros; determine the levels of livestock grazing management; identify needed livestock support 
facilities; outline a general implementation schedule and list the standard procedures for operation. 
Four alternatives are considered along with the proposed action. They are: No Livestock Grazing, 
No Action, Maximizing Livestock, and Maximizing Wild Horses and Burros. A discussion of the af- 
fected environment is briefly summarized and the environmental consequences occurring from the 
proposed action and each alternative are documented in the EIS. 

For Further Information Write Frank Shields, District Manager, 

705 E. 4th Street, Winnemucca, Nevada 89445 

or call 702-623-3676 



Date Final Statement was made available to the Environmental Protection Agency and the public: wtr 1 8 1981 

INT FE1S 81-39 



SUMMARY 



ALTERNATIVES INCLUDING THE 
PROPOSED ACTION 

The Winnemucca District of the Bureau of Land 
Management (BLM) proposes to implement a livestock 
grazing management program in the Sonoma-Gerlach 
Resource Area. The Sonoma-Gerlach Grazing Envi- 
ronmental Impact Statement (EIS) covers approxi- 
mately 4.5 million acres of BLM-administered public 
lands in the Sonoma-Gerlach Resource Area. Approx- 
imately 1.5 million acres of private, state and other 
lands are scattered throughout these public lands. In 
addition, the Summit Lake and Pyramid Lake Indian 
reservations are located within or adjacent to the 
resource area. 

Five alternatives including the proposed action are 
being analyzed in the EIS: No Action, Mo Livestock 
Grazing, Maximizing Livestock Grazing, Maximizing 
Wild Horses and Burros, and the Proposed Action. 

The various components to be analyzed for the alter- 
natives, including the proposed action, which is the 
Bureau's preferred alternative, are: (1) Vegetation 
Allocation Program (Summary Figure 1 ), (2) Levels of 
Grazing Management, (3) General Implementation 
Schedule, (4) Livestock Support Facilities, and (5) 
Standard Operating Procedures. 

Chapter 1 addresses the alternatives, including the 
proposed action. The present condition of the affected 
resource area is discussed in Chapter 2. Analyses of the 
alternatives including the proposed action, along with a 
discussion of avoidable and unavoidable impacts and 
means to lessen the effects of the more severe impacts 
are presented in Chapter 3. The Appendices contain 
methodologies and back up data. 

The year 1982 will serve as the decision for action 
point followed by a seven year period to implement 
range improvements and land treatments (1989). A 
two year time period, designated short term, which 
would be 1 99 1 , has been allowed for land treatments to 
become fully effective. The long-term date (2024) is 35 
years after implementation ( 1 989). Summary Figure 2 
further identifies these dates. 

COORDINATED RESOURCE 

MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING 

The recompilation of the 1947 and 1960s range 
surveys was the source of the production data analyzed 
in the EIS and was the best information available at the 
time; however, it is the intent of the Bureau to gather 
additional rangeland data via monitoring prior to initiat- 



ing adjustments. Grazing adjustments, if required, will 
be based upon reliable vegetation monitoring studies. 
These studies will be obtained from an intensive, coor- 
dinated monitoring effort involving all affected interest 
groups (Coordinated Resource Management and 
Planning). Pending this data collection, livestock and 
wild horse use may continue at approximately current 
levels, except where agreements are reached with live- 
stock users and/or wild horse and burro interests. 

Coordinated Resource Management and Planning 
(CRMP) is a process that brings together all interests 
concerned with the management of resources in a 
given local area: landowners, land management agen- 
cies, users, wildlife groups, wild horse groups, conser- 
vation organizations, etc. 

The CRMP process would not necessarily require 
participation by the formal CRMP committee. The pro- 
cess may be accomplished in a more informal manner, 
initiated by either the BLM or the range user. Regardless 
of the approach, all affected interests will be afforded 
the opportunity to actively participate in the process. 

Prior to initiating grazing adjustments the Bureau, 
within the framework of the Management Framework 
Plan and CRMP, will consider the specific management 
objectives for the allotment and other resource values 
(e.g., riparian zones, water quality, wildlife, recreation, 
wild horses and burros, livestock) to be evaluated to 
determine progress in meeting those objectives. 
Changes in the resource values may warrant a modifi- 
cation of the scheduled adjustments. Other informa- 
tion necessary to set forth actions required to achieve 
the resource management objectives for the allotment 
may also be considered. These objectives will indicate 
the intensity and types of monitoring that will be 
required in each allotment; however, as a minimum, 
studies will include rangeland condition, trend, utiliza- 
tion, actual use and climate data. 

Monitoring of key management species in key 
and/or critical management areas will be based on and 
tailored to the preliminary management objectives for 
the allotments. 

If monitoring and evaluation procedures determine 
that management objectives are not being achieved, 
management modifications will be made that may 
include, but are not necessarily limited to, period of use, 
livestock and/or wild horse and burro numbers, man- 
agement intensity, grazing system, range improve- 
ment, or any combination of revisions in order to attain 
management objectives. 

AREAS OF CONTROVERSY 

In order to determine areas of concern with the pro- 
posed grazing management program in the Sonoma- 



Gerlach Resource Area, various interest groups, local 
and state governments, other federal agencies and 
numerous individuals were contacted. The allocation of 
vegetation emerged as a main area of controversy. Of 
greatest concern was the allocation of vegetation to 
wildlife and wild horses and burros which was pre- 
viously allocated to livestock Another area which drew 
considerable interest was the total elimination of live- 
stock grazing in the three proposed wild horse and 
burro herd management areas. The effects on ranch 
operations resulting from the proposed changes in 
periods-of-use and the implementation of Allotment 
Management Plans (AMPs) also generated consider- 
able interest. 

Many of these issues will be resolved at the MFP III 
stage and/or during the implementation stage at which 
time all interested groups and individuals will be offered 
the opportunity to join with the Bureau in resolving 
these and other issues through Coordinated Resource 
Management and Planning. 

The following summary table (Summary Table 1) 
covers only significant impacts to each resource, 
broken down by proposed action and alternative. 
Summary Table 2 shows the development of tne Pro- 
posed Action through the MFP (planning) process and 
Summary Tables 3, 4, and 5 outline the vegetation 
allocations, management levels, and support facilities, 
respectively, proposed under the various alternatives. 



ALLOCATION OF VEGETATION 
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native. In all cases, AUMs for estimated future 
allocation equal or exceed initial allocations. 
Shaded areas correspond to initial allocations (1982) ; 
white areas correspond to any additional AUMs ex- 
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SUMMARY COMPARISON OF SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS 



WATER RESOURCES 



Short and Long-Ter 



9 streams would exceed turbidity crit 

3 streams would exceed temperature cr 

4 streams would exceed coliform bacte 



Vegetation production projected to increase 82,020 
AUMs 157 percent); however, eliminating land 

treatments within WSAs results in 77,011 AUMs (54 



nd Long-Term Beneficial Impacts : 

ms would not exceed turbidity crit' 

ms would not exceed temperature cr 

ms would not exceed coliform bacte 



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VEGETATION 



proposed action, 
proposed action, 
proposed action. 



Short-Term Beneficial Impacts : 

Vegetation production projected to i 

AUMs (60 percent) ; however, eliminating land 

treatments within WSAs results in 78,332 AUMs <S5 



85,550 



Same as proposed acti' 
Same as proposed acti* 
Same as proposed acti> 



Short-Term Beneficial Impacts : 

Vegetation production projected to increase 82,020 
AUMs (57 percent); however, eliminating land 
treatments within WSAs results in 77,011 (54 



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Loss of regaining ecological climax on 259,956 
acres (6 percent) from rangeland seedings; however 
eliminating rangeland seedings within WSAs results 
in 228,840 acres (5 percent). 



Short-Term Adverse Impacts : 

Loss of regaining ecological climax on 244,864 
acres (6 percent) from rangeland seedings; howe 
eliminating rangeland seedings within WSAs resu 
in 226,358 acres (5 percent). 



Long-Term Beneficial Impacts : Long-Term Beneficial Impacts : 

Ecological condition and trend projected to improve Ecological condition and trend projected to improve 

10 and 63 percent, respectively. Vegetation 10 and 56 percent, respectively. Vegetation 

production projected to increase 122,535 AUMs (85 production projected to increase 39,987 AUMs (28 

percent); however, eliminating land treatments percent). Riparian and aspen communities projected 

within WSAs results in 117,526 AUMs (82 percent). to approach original (climax) plant communities. 
Aspen communities (non-riparian) projected to 
improve, but not significantly. 






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Its in 113,052 AUMs (79 percent), 
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significantly. 



Long-Term Beneficial Impacts : Ecological condition 
projected to improve 4 percent, but not 
significantly. Ecological trend projected to 
improve 55 percent. Vegetation production 
projected to increase 122,535 AUMs (85 percent); 
however, eliminating land treatments within WSAs 
results in 117, S26 AUMs (82 percent). Riparian and 
aspen communities projected to improve in herd 
management areas, but not significantly. Also, 
aspen communities (non-riparian) projected to 
improve in allotments managed with AMPs, but not 



Long-Term Adver 



degrade, but 



Long-Term Adverse Impact 
Ecological condition and 
degrade 13 and seven per 
Vegetation produc 
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trend projected to 
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projected to decrease 
(20 percent). Riparian and aspen 
s and projected to degrade in aspect 
and trend and/or lose capabilities t 
ginal (climax) pla 



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degrade, but not Riparian communities projected to degrade where 

livestock grazing continues, but not significantly. 
Aspen communities projected to degrade in 
allotments not managed wit.t AMPs that have 
livestock grazing, but not significantly. 



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ase livestock AUMs 



of 113,705 AUMs would 
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LIVESTOCK GRAZING 



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al Impacts 



restock allocation of 130,196 AUMs would 
se livestock AUMs over the average livestock 
11 allotments. This also represents a 12 



Initial (1982) 



stock allocation of 95,007 AUMs would 
livestock AUMs over the average live 
use in seven allotments. 



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livestock grazing in all allotments. Also, based 
on permittees dependence on the public rangeland, 
40 permittee's livestock operations would be 
adversely impacted. 



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Impacts : 

location would reduce livestoc 
tock licensed use i 
tion of the proposed 
pact livestock grazing 



The livesi 

AUMs from the average 1 

allotments. Implements 

all allotments throughout the sho 



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-Term (1991) Beneficial Impac 



The livestock adjustments 

AUMs would result in an incr 

over the average livestock 1 

allotments. This also represents an 86 pero 

increase in livestock AUMs for the 



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Impacts 



The livestock allocation would reduce livestock 
AUMs from the average livestock licensed use in 
allotments. This also represents an 18 percent 
decrease in livestock AUMs for the resource area 
Implementation of the proposed periods-of-use woi 
impact livestock grazing in all allotments 
throughout the short-term.. 



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The livestock 
AUMs from the average livesto 
allotments. Proposed periods 
in four al lotments being adve 
throughout the long-term. 



Initial Adver 



The livestock adjustment 
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allotments. 



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The livestock adjustments to 
AUMs would result in an incr 
over the average livestock 1 



estimated 228,880 
in livestock AUMs 

sed use in 28 
allotments. This also represents a 95 percent 
increase in livestock AUMs for the resource area. 
Livestock production would benefit from an increase 
in calf and lamb crops weaned of five and seven 
percent, respectively. Livestock production would 
also benefit from an increase in calf weaning 
weights of 13 pounds. 



Long-Term (2024) Beneficial Impacts : 



The liv. 
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allotmen 
increase 

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percent. 






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weights 



d result in an inc 

average livestock licei 

s. This also represents a 

in livestock AUMs for the 
production would benefit from an inc 

nd lamb crops weaned of five and seve 

respectively. Livestock production w 
efit from an increase in calf weaning 
of 13 pounds. 



Long-Term (2024) Beneficial Impact 



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represents a 56 
increase in livestock AUMs for the reso 
Livestock production would benefit from 
in calf and lamb crops weaned of five a 
percent, respectively. Livestock produ 



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Proposed Action 



No Livestock Grazing 



Maximizing Livestock Grazing Use 



Maximizing Wild Horses and Bur 



Long-Term Adverse Inspects : 

The livestock adjustments would reduce livestock 

AUMs from the average livestock licensed use in 



Same as Initial Adverse Impacts 



Long-Term Adverse Impacts : 
Livestock production would decline due to 
loss in calf and lamb crops weaned, and al 
decline in calf and lamb weaning weights. 



Long-Term Adverse Impacts : 

The livestock adjustments would reduce livestock 
AUMs from the average livestock licensed use in 
five allotments. 



Long-Term Adverse Impacts : 

The livestock adjustments would reduce livestock 

AUMs from the average livestock licensed use in 13 

allotments. 



Beneficial Impacts : 

Reasonable number of deer attained or maintained in 

all but three allotments; antelope would attain 

reasonable numbers in all but three allotments. 

Habitat would be provided for 845 sheep. Sage 
grouse would increase 30 percent. Big game habitat 
conditions improve. 



Beneficial Impacts : None 

Reasonable numbers of all big game species attained 
in all allotments/ sage grouse increase 50 percent) 
big game, riparian habitat improve in condition. 



Beneficial Impacts : 

Mule deer attain, maintain reasonable numbers in 23 
allotments, big game habitat improves. Sage grouse 
increase 20 percent. 



Beneficial Impacts : 
Impacts to wildlife 



proposed action. 



Adverse Impa. 



hie numbers of deer 



Adverse Impacts : 
No big game species attaii 
reasonable numbers in any 
grouse decline 50 percent 
in condition. Significantly 
mule deer reduced by 1,540. 



or maintains 

11 habitats decli 
dverse impact t. 



Adverse Impacts : 

Mule deer fail to attain, maintain reasonable 
numbers in 13 allotments, antelope fail to attain 
reasonable numbers in any allotment, bighorn sheep 
fail bo attain reasonable numbers in Buffalo Hills 
Allotment, other reintroductions cancelled. 
Riparian habitat declines in condition. 



Same as proposed 



AQUATIC HABITAT 



Adverse Impacts : 

Nine streams would remain in fair or poo 



Adverse Impacts : 



Adverse Impacts : 
Same as proposed 



Adverse Impacts : 
Same as proposed 



Adverse Impacts ; 
Eight streams wou 
conditon. 



Beneficial Impa< 



Beneficial Impacts : 
Ten streams would impr< 
excellent condition. 



Beneficial Impacts : 
Same as proposed action. 



eflclal Impacts : 

e as proposed action. 



Beneficial Impa< 



WILD HORSE AND BURRO 



Beneficial Imp 
Improved healt 
Improved healt 



Beneficial Impacts : 

Wild horse and burro removals le 

percent of present population. 



Denef icial Impacts ; 

Improved health and condition of 



Beneficial Impacts ? 
Improved health and condi 

in the long term. 



of removed and 



Reduction of ani 


mals greater than 50 percent of 


present numbers. 


Reduction in Herd Use Areas f 


present. Death 


loss due to capture operations 


eight percent. 





Same as proposed acti 



Impa. 



Reduced health and 
animals. Death los 
of eight percent. 



capture operati 



Total rem. 
eliminate 
to oapturi 



al of wild horses and burros and 

of all Herd Use Areas. Death loss due 
operations of eight percent. 



Adverse Impacts : 

Reduction greater than 50 percent in the initial 
allocation. Reduction of Herd Use Areas below 
present numbers. Death loss of eight percent due 
to capture operations. 



Adverse Impacts : 

Potential impacts from land tr 

Acres of VRM Class II and 16,0 

III. 



on 15,490 
of VRM Class 



VISUAL RESOURCES 



potential impacts from land treatments on 560 acr 
of VIW Class II and 1,910 acres of VRM Class III. 



Same as proposed action. 



Adverse Impacts : Adverse Impacts : 

Trampling damage from livestock, wild horses and Wild horse and burro trampling damage which wou 

burros which would result in breakage, result in breakage, displacement, rubbing, and 

displacement, rubbing and mixing of cultural mixing of cultural strata. 



CULTURAL RESOURCES 



Same as proposed action. 



Same as proposed act 



Same as proposed 



Construction of livestock support faciliti 
adversely affect 97 known cultural resourc 



Construction of livestock support facilities would Construction of livestock support faciliti. 

adversely affect 105 known cultural resource sites. adversely affect 125 known Cultural resour 



Gra zing-related 



Grazing-related erosion would 



Grazing-related 



Grazing-related 



Grazing-related 



Beneficial Impacts : 

Elimination of livestock trampling. 



Wildlife number, 
hunting demand. 



Stream fishing availability 



meet demand. 



Same as proposed action. 



Adverse Impacts : 
Wildlife numbers would deer- 
meet hunting demand. 

Same as proposed action. 



ase and would not 



Same as proposed action. 



Same as proposed action. 



SUMMARY TABLE 1 - Continued 
SUMMARY COMPARISON OF SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS 



Proposed Acti 



No Livestock Grazing 



Maximizing Livestock Grazing Use 



Maximizing Wild Horses and Bur 



SOCIAL CONDITIONS 



:anchinq Community 




initial Adverse Impacts 


Initial Adverse Impacts 


UJH reductions and changes in periods-of-use may 


Similar to proposed action 


rause many ranchers to go out of business . 


be likely to go out of bus 


relocate, become employees of agribusinesses or 




take non-agricultural jobs- Non-monetary values 




associated with ranching may be lost, quality of 




life reduced, and anxieties about future increased. 




Those who stay in ranching could experience 




decreased property values, increased difficulties 




in obtaining loans, reduced income, and decreased 




quality of life. Acceleration of ranch 




consolidation could occur threatening traditional 





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problems with wild hor 
livestock production 1 
in adverse social impa 
impact b of proposed ac 
more gradual rate. 



gh Long-Term Adverse Impacts 
range improvement , and continuing 



Initial Adver 



Initial Adver; 



Similar to proposed action though 
adverse - 



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Some ranchers .or ranch hei 
class) who stay in busines 
slightly improved quality 



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asses who stay in business 
xper ience improved herd condition , economic 
enhanced quality of life, improved property 
and improved loan eligibility. 



quality of life i: 
Increased antagon 






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ncher busi 



Short-Term Beneficial Impacts 
Similar to proposed action. 



Long-Term Beneficial Impacts 



but benefits greater. 



Initial Through Short-Term Adverse Impacts 
Similar to proposed action. 



Beneficial Impacts 



proposed action. 



Short-Term Beneficial Impact 
Similar to proposed action. 



Beneficial Impacts 
o proposed action. 



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Long-Term Beneficial Impacts 
Similar to proposed action. 



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Long-Term Adverse Impacts 

Social and cultural losses and impacts to ca 
context and cohesion would persist if there 
continued absence of family-run ranches from 



State and Nat 



Wild Horse Protec 



Long-Term Adverse Impacts 

Impacts similar to proposed action initial 
through short term impacts may occur but at 
more gradual rate. 



Long-Term Adverse Impacts 
Same as proposed action 



Beneficial Impacts 



Perceptual benefits from fence removals, water Perceptual impac 

developments and priority removal from checkerboard 
lands, and improved health of animals. 



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Beneficial Impacts 
Perceptual impacts fr 



Beneficial Impacts 



Beneficial Impacts 
Same as proposed action exc> 
remain in natural environme: 
would increase in long term 
alternative to group member! 



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animal numbers 
acceptable 



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percept 


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Adverse 


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Decreased quality of perceptual, recreational, 
educational experiences on public lands due to 
deterioration of water quality and riparian zo 
and slight decreases in mule deer numbers as w 
as deteriorated condition of aquatic habitat. 



Adverse Impacts 

Perceptual impacts due to reductions 

considered excessive by group member 



Beneficial Impacts 

Improved quality of perceptual, recreational, and 
educational opportunities due improvements in range 
condition, big game, riparian, and aquatic 
habitats, water quality, and increases in sage 
grouse and big game numbers. 



Perceptual impact 
health and vigor 



al Impa 



Decrease quality of experiences on public lands 
due to deteriorated range condition, aquatic 
and wildlife habitats, and wildlife numbers. 



Adverse Impacts 

Perceptual impacts from complete removal of wild 
horses and burros. Loss of viewing opportunities 
and what members feel to be important part of 
national heritage. 



Beneficial Impacts 

Similar to proposed action except for decreas' 

antelope and bighorn sheep. 



Adverse Impacts 

Decreased quality of experiences on public lands 
due to deterioration of water quality, decreases 
mule deer, antelope and bighorn sheep and 
deterioration of riparian and aquatic habitat. 



Beneficial Impacts 
Similar to proposed 



Adverse Impacts 
Similar to proposed 



SUMMARY TABLE 1 - Continued 

SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ECONOMIC IMPACTS \J 
SONOMA-CERLACH RESOURCE AREA 



INITIAL IMPACTS 



Individual Level 



Sectoral Level 



Employment 2/ 



Employment 



Areawide Level 



Income Employme 



Individual Level 



SHORT TERM IMPACTS 



Sectoral Level 



LONG TERM IMPACTS 



Employment Income 



Employment 



Areawide Level 



Income Employment 



Individual Level 



Income Employment 



Sectoral Level 



Income Employment 



Areawide Level 



Income Employment 



PROPOSED ACTION 



Ranch Sector 


-1,127,000 


- 


32 


-1,127,000 


Construction Sector 


+ 118,000 


+ 


8 




Government Sector 


+ 105,000 


+ 


7 




Trade and Service Sector 










Rancher Wealth 3/ 


-1,937,000 








EIS Area Economy 4/ 


-2,083,000 


" 


38 


-2,083,000 


NO LIVESTOCK CRAZING 5/ 










Ranch Sector 


-2,206,000 


- 


85 


-2,206,000 


Construction Sector 


+ IB, 000 


+ 







Government Sector 


90,000 


- 


6 




Trade and Services Sector 










Rancher Wealth 3/ 


-7,622,000 








EIS Area Tax Revenue 


40,000 


- 


1 




EIS Area Economy 


-4,750,000 


-164 


-4,750,000 



-164 



-1,127,000 



-2,083,000 



-4,750,000 



-164 



NO ACTION 

Trade and Services Sector 



MAXIMIZE LIVESTOCK 
Ranch Sector 
Construction Sector 
Government Sector 
Trade and Services 
Rancher Wealth V 
EIS Area Economy 

MAXIMIZE WILD HORSES & BURROS 
Ranch Sector 
Construction Sector 
Government Sector 
Trades and Services Sector 
Rancher Wealth 3/ 
EIS Area Economy 



NO OTHER SIGNIFICANT ECONOMIC IMPACTS WOULD BE EXPECTED FROM THIS ALTERNATIVE 
-1,112,000 - 31 -1,112,000 - 31 



-1,112,000 - 31 

+ 126,000 + 7 

+ 105,000 + 7 

-1,113,000 
-2,038,000 



-1,147,000 
+ 68,000 
+ 105,000 

-2,872,000 
-2,183,000 



NOT SIGNIFICANT 
-2,038,000 - 35 



-2,183,000 



-2,038,000 



-2,183,000 



-1,031,000 
t- 118,000 
+ 105,000 
f 5,000 

+1,990,000 
-1,875,000 



-2,206,000 
+ 18,000 

90,000 
+ 9,000 

-7,622,000 

40,000 
-4,741,000 



-1,011,000 
+ 126,000 
+ 105,000 

4-3,215,000 
-1,825,000 



21 -1,031,000 

8 

7 



-1,875,000 



-1,875,000 



-4,741,000 



-1,011,000 



-1,825,000 



+ 425,000 


+ 31 


+ 5,000 


+ 1 


+3,822,000 




+ 899,000 


+ 57 


-2,206,000 


- 85 


+ 9,000 


+ 1 


-7,622,000 




40,000 


- 1 


-4,628,000 


-164 



18,000 



408,000 



+4,951,000 

+ 859,000 + 57 



+ 316,000 



+ 5,000 + 1 

+1,482,000 

+ 670,000 + 39 



+ 425,000 + 31 



+ 899,000 + 57 



-2,206,000 - 85 



-4,628,000 -164 



+ 408,000 + 32 



+ 859,000 + 57 



+ 316,000 + 21 



+ 670,000 + 39 



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2/ Employment was calculated on the basis of Full Time Equivalent, with a 2,000 hour work year constituting one FTE. 

V The Impact to Rancher Wealth should not be interpreted as an actual income impact. 

V Pershing and Humboldt county data was summed in order to accurately portray the EIS area economy, 
T/ Short and. long term Impacts of the No Grazing alternative are similar to the initial Impacts, 

Source: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Winnemucca District, Sonoma-Gerlach EIS Team, 1980. 



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SUMMARY TABLE 2 
DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROPOSED ACTION THROUGH THE 
MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN (MFP) 



MFP STEP I RECOMMENDATIONS 



CONFLICTS 



MFP STEP II RECOMMENDATIONS 



RATIONALE 



TRADE OFFS 



Allocate all suitable 
livestock forage within the 
resource area to 1 ivestock. 



Lands Retain publ ic lands 
around Gerlach and Empire 
for future municipal 
expansion. 



Accept the recommendation 
for Gerlach and Empire. 



The lands near Gerlach and 
Empire are the most logical 
in which to assume that 
future community expansion 
would occur. 



26 AUMs would not be 
available for livestock. 



Forestry i. Wildlife Consider 
aspen and mahogany as 
"critical" management 
species and designate as 
Areas of Critical 
Environmental Concern (ACEC) 



Wild Horse t* Burro Designate 
4 herd management areas and 
11 herd use areas for 
management of wild horses. 



Modify recommendation as 
follows: in design, 
implementation, or revision 
of grazing management 
systems, horse management 
areas, or horse use areas, 
consider aspen and mahogany 
as "critical" management 
species. 

Modify recommendation as 
follows: designate 3 herd 
management areas. 



Coordinated planning efforts 
on an area should develop 
real 1st ic objectives for 
these critical management 
species . 



Restriction of wild horses fc 
burros to HMA would permit 
effective, Intensive 
livestock management on 

non-HMAs. 



Insignificant . 



4,445 horses (53,340 AUMs) 
would be removed from the 
resource area. 



Wildlife Provide forage for 
reasonable number of big 
game by adjusting livestock 
allocation. 

Wildlife Reserve a majority 
of available forage in 
Granite Range for a wildlife 
management area (WMA) or as 
Area of Critical 
Environmental 
Concern ( ACEC) . 



Accept. 



Accept as ACEC. 



Balancing available forage 
among all grazing animals 
would help reverse the 
unsatisfactory ecological 
range condition. 

This area is the most 
important wildlife habitat 
in the resource area . 



13, 140 AUMs would be 
allocated to big game out of 
a total 140,260 AUMs. 



Insignificant. 



Wildlife (Aquatic) Designate 
following areas as ACECs - 
Mahogany Creek fc its water- 
shed, 6 Soldier Meadows Warm 
Springs. 



Accept. 



These areas should be 
afforded the special 
management attention that 
ACEC classification/ 
designation would require. 



Insignificant. 



Establish per iods-of -use for 
each allotment L base 
management on the physio- 
logical requirements of key 
species. 



Watershed Protect the plants Accept, 
from surface disturbance or 
adverse management actions. 

Same as above for Wild Horse Accept. 
& Burro & Wildlife (Aquatic) 



It is Bureau policy to 
protect , conserve , t. manage 
Federal & State T/E plants. 

The establishment of a 
per iod-of-use based upon the 
physiological requirements 
of key management species 
would help to reverse the 
declining range conditions & 
would lead to a sustained 
yield vegetation resource. 



Trade off insignificant. 



Elimination of year-round 



Source: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Winnemucca District, Sonoma-Gerlach Management Framework Plan 1980. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



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Chapter 1 -»- 1 

Chapter 2 ~\ 1 

Chapter 3 • 1 

Bibliography 1 

CHAPTER 5 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 3 



Consultation and Coordination 3 

Scoping 3 

Interagency Contacts 3 

Agencies, Organizations, and Persons to Whom Copies of the 

Draft and Final Were Sent 3 

Locations Where Final EIS is Available 4 

Public Review and Hearing 5 

Consultation and Coordination in Reviews of the EIS 5 

Availability of the Final EIS 5 

Introduction to Responses 6 

LIST OF FIGURES 



2-3 Average Phenology of Management Species on the Winnemucca 

District 2 



ERRATA 



ERRATA 



Chapter 1 



In Table 1-6, DEIS page 1-12, add the following two 
footnotes: 

d.Soldier Meadow-Paiute was arbitrarily given first 
priority because of the presence of a threatened spe- 
cies. Buffalo Hills-Calico was given second priority 
because of the presence of a large Area of Critical 
Environmental Concern (ACEC) and because of the 
wildlife values present. The other allotments in this 
group were assigned priority based on severity of 
reductions, potential for increasing carrying capacity 
through management, and condition of the soil and 
vegetation resources and the degree of deterioration. 
Priority may change because of management need or 
other reasons. 

e. Allotments in this group were prioritized based on 
potential for increasing carrying capacity through 
management. 



Chapter 3 

The first sentence under the heading "Impacts on Sen- 
sitive Plants," DEIS page 3-22 should read three plants 
recommended for threatened status, etc. 

Bibliography 

The fifth entry on the right hand column under Wilson 
etc., DEIS page 6-101, add 1978. 



Chapter 2 

In the fifth sentence under "Sensitive Plants", on DEIS 
page 2-7, remove the word "Proposed" from the title. 
Also change the comment following the title to: pro- 
vides additional information on status, recommenda- 
tions, and habitats for Nevada Sensitive Plants. 

Following the fifth sentence under "Sensitive Plants", 
on DEIS page 2-7, add the following sentence: A 
revised "Notice of Review" was published by the G.S. 
Fish and Wildlife Service on December 1 5, 1980 in the 
Federal Register listing those plants recommended 
for federal listing. A draft of this list was consulted at the 
November 20-21, 1980 Nevada Threatened and 
Endangered Plant Workshop in Reno, Nevada. The 
results of this workshop, therefore, provide the most 
current recommendations for Nevada sensitive plants. 

Several items were omitted on Figure 2-3 (Average 
Phenology of Management Species on the Winne- 
mucca District) on page 2-8 of the DEIS. See additions 
to Figure 2-3— FEIS. 

In Table 2-2, DEIS page 2-9, Lomatium ravenii is 
deleted from the list and change Phacelia glaber- 
rims from T to S status. Change second line of foot- 
note 'a' to read November 20-21 , 1 980. Under source, 
change date of workshop to November 20-21, 1980. 
Also, under source, fourth line, delete "Proposed" from 
the title. 

In Table 2-8, DEIS page 2-22, under Current Conflicts, 
third line down should list Livestock. 



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CHAPTER 5 
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 

CONSULTATION AND COORDINATION 
IN DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROPOSAL 
AND ALTERNATIVES 

Consultation and coordination with all interested par- 
ties have been important components in the develop- 
ment of the Sonoma-Gerlach planning/MFP/EIS pro- 
cess, and will continue to play a vital role as the process 
moves into the final EIS, MFP Step III, decision docu- 
ment, and implementation stages. Each of these stages 
contains provisions for consultation and coordination 
through such means as comment periods, informa- 
tional meetings, news releases, and Coordinated 
Resource Management and Planning. 

In October 1978, a state-wide news release 
announced the due dates for several EISs, including the 
Sonoma-Gerlach, and explained why the EISs were 
being prepared. A public meeting was held in February 
1 979 to explain the planning process and to discuss the 
need for and the avenues for public participation during 
each step of the planning and EIS process. 

In June and July, 1 980, notice of intent to prepare the 
Sonoma-Gerlach EIS was published in the Federal 
Register and through news releases to the local and 
regional media. The notices, as well as individual letters, 
invited interested parties to take part in the EIS process. 
In July, briefings were held for the Washoe, Humboldt, 
and Pershing county commissioners and a formal 
meeting was held with the Nevada State Clearinghouse. 

SCOPING 

During late July, public scoping meetings for the EIS 
were held in Gerlach, Lovelock, and Winnemucca. 
Also, during June through October, consultations were 
scheduled by appointment with interested individuals 
and agencies, including livestock permittees in the 
resource area. Letters of appreciation were sent to per- 
sons who responded with information, and all informa- 
tion gathered during the scoping process was consid- 
ered in developing the alternatives in the EIS. 

INTERAGENCY CONTACTS 

Professional contacts have been made with the 
Nevada Department of Wildlife, the G. S. Fish and 
Wildlife Service, and the GSDA Soil Conservation Ser- 
vice. 

Coordination will be initiated with the Nevada 



Department of Highways should fencing of pasture and 
allotment boundaries occur along highway rights-of- 
way. Also applications for water rights will be filed with 
the Nevada State Water Engineer for water projects. 

Informal consultation on the possible existence of 
threatened or endangered plants is scheduled with the 
(IS. Fish and Wildlife Service. The State Historic Pres- 
ervation Officer was consulted on possible impacts to 
cultural resources. 

The Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service 
(ESCS), CI.S. Department of Agriculture, provided eco- 
nomic data for use in the EIS. These data were based 
on meetings with area ranchers and budget informa- 
tion gathered by the ESCS as part of a nation-wide 
study. 

AGENCIES, ORGANIZATIONS, AND 
PERSONS TO WHOM COPIES OF THE 
DRAFT AND FINAL EISs WERE SENT: 

An asterisk indicates those who commented on the 
draft EIS. 

CONGRESSIONAL 

Senator Howard Cannon 
Senator Paul Laxalt 
Congressman James Santini 

FEDERAL AGENCIES 

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 
Department of Agriculture 

Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service 

Farmers Home Administration 

Forest Service 

Soil Conservation Service 
Department of Defense 

Department of the Air Force 
Department of Energy* 
Department of the Interior 

Bureau of Indian Affairs 

Bureau of Mines* 

Water and Power Resources Service (now Bureau of 
Reclamation) 

G. S. Geological Survey* 

Fish and Wildlife Service 

Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service 
Environmental Protection Agency* 

STATE AGENCIES 

Office of the Governor, Nevada* 
Nevada State Planning Coordinator 
Nevada State Clearinghouse*— 25 copies- 
distributes copies to State Agencies 
Nevada Department of Wildlife 
Legislative Counsel Bureau 



STATEWIDE COMMITTEES AMD GROUPS 

Grazing Board 

League of Cities 

Multiple Use Advisory Council on Federal Lands for the 

Governor 
Predatory Animals and Rodent Control 
Sheep Commission 

LOCAL AGEMCIES 

Mayor of Winnemucca 
Mayor of Lovelock 
Humboldt County Commissioners 
Humboldt Planning Commission 
Pershing County Commissioners 
Churchill County Commissioners 
Lyon County Commissioners 
Washoe County Commissioners 
Big Meadow Conservation District 
Sonoma Conservation District 

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA 

Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture 

Division of Agricultural and Resource Economics 

Division of Animal Science 

Division of Renewable Natural Resources 

Desert Research Institute, Las Vegas and Reno 

Mackay School of Mines 

EXTENSION AGENTS 

Humboldt County 
Pershing County 
Churchill County 
Lyon County 
Washoe County 

NEVADA STATE LEGISLATORS 

Assemblyman R. Douglas Bremner 
Assemblyman John Marvel 
Assemblyman Thomas J. Hickey 
Senator Carl F. Dodge 
Senator Eugene V. Echols 
Senator Thomas R. Wilson 
Senator Norman D. Glaser 

OTHERS 

Ada County Fish and Game League, Idaho 

American Fisheries Society 

American Horse Protection Association, Inc. 

American Humane Association 

Animal Protection Institute 

Audubon Society, Lahontan Chapter 

Department of Biological Sciences, Northern Illinois 

University 
Desert Bighorn Council 
Enviro Technics, Inc. 
Exploration Geologists of Nevada 



Foresta Institute 

Friends of Nevada Wilderness 

Friends of the Earth 

Grazing permit holders within Sonoma-Gerlach 

Resource Area 
National Council of Public Land Users, Colorado* 
National Rifle Association 
Nationwide Forest Planning Clearinghouse 
Natural Resources Defense Council 
Nevada Cattlemen's Association* 
Nevada Outdoor Recreation Association/National 

Public Lands Task Force 
Nevada Woolgrower's Association 
Northern Nevada Native Plant Society 
Oregon Environmental Council 
Pacific Legal Foundation 
Pennsylvania Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit 
Private citizens who have requested a copy of the DEIS 
Public Lands Council 

Sage County Alliance for a Good Environment 
Society for Range Management 
Sierra Club 

Stems-Roger Engineering 
Toiyabe Chapter of the Sierra Club* 
Wilderness Society 
Wild Horse Organized Assistance* 
Wildlife Management Institute* 

OTHERS WHO RESPONDED ARE: 

Pershing County Sportmens' Association 
International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and 

Burros 
Wildlife Society 
Eisenhower, Carlson, Newlands, Reha, Henriot and 

Quinn Law Offices 

PERMITTEES WHO RESPONDED ARE: 

Tony Tipton 
C-Punch Corporation 
Bill Ceresola 
Robert Belzareia 
Robert Vesco 
Marvel Brothers 

LOCATIONS WHERE FINAL EIS IS 
AVAILABLE 

The Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) 
and the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) 
were sent to everyone who requested copies. Others 
were sent letters of notification regarding availability of 
the EISs. 

Copies of the DEIS and FEIS will be available for 
review at all BLM District and State Offices including the 
following locations: (indicates address to write for 
copies of the EtS). 



BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT OFFICES 

Office of Public Affairs, BLM 
18th and C Streets 
Washington, D.C. 20240 

Nevada State Office 
300 Booth Street 
P.O. Box 12000 
Reno, Nevada 89520 

Battle Mountain District Office 
North 2nd and South Scott Streets 
Battle Mountain, Nevada 89820 

Carson City District Office 
1 050 E. Williams Street 
Carson City, Nevada 89701 

Elko District Office 
2002 Idaho Street 
Elko, Nevada 89801 

Ely District Office 
Star Route 5, Box 1 
Ely, Nevada 89301 

Las Vegas District Office 
4765 West Vegas Drive 
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102 

Winnemucca District Office* 
705 East 4th Street 
Winnemucca, Nevada 89445 

PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

Churchill Public Library 
553 South Main Street 
Fallon, Nevada 89406 

Humboldt County Library 
85 East 5th Street 
Winnemucca, Nevada 89445 

Lander County Library 
Battle Mountain, Nevada 89820 

Nevada State Library 
Library Building 
Carson City, Nevada 89710 

Pershing County Library 
1 1 25 Central Avenue 
Lovelock, Nevada 89419 

University of Nevada, Las Vegas 
James R. Dickinson Library 
4505 Maryland Parkway 
Las Vegas, Nevada 891 54 

University of Nevada, Reno 
Getchall Library 
Reno, Nevada 89507 



Washoe County Library 
301 S. Center Street 
Reno, Nevada 89505 



PUBLIC REVIEW AND HEARINGS 

About 300 copies of the Draft Environmental Impact 
Statement were sent out during the first week in April 
with accompanying letters noting the date, place and 
time of the public meetings and the procedure for the 
public to submit comments. Also, about 300 letters 
with information about comments and public hearings 
were sent to interested parties. About 30 more EISs 
were distributed later in response to requests. The final 
date for comments to be received in order to be incor- 
porated into the final E1S was May 22. A Federal 
Register notice of the release of the DEIS and all 
pertinent information about hearings and comments 
was printed on April 2, 1 981 and a news release with the 
same information was sent to area newspapers. 

The first public hearing was in Lovelock on April 28 
and was attended by five persons. One person testified 
and no written responses were turned in. The next 
meeting in Winnemucca on April 29 had six people 
attending with one person testifying and no written 
responses. The last hearing was on April 30 in Reno. 
Nine people attended, two testified and one written 
response was submitted. 

Transcripts of these public meetings are available for 
inspection at the BLM District Office, 705 E. 4th Street 
in Winnemucca; at the BLM Nevada State Office, 300 
Booth Street in Reno; and at the BLM Office of Public 
Affairs, 1 8th and C Streets in Washington, D.C. Also, 
transcripts may be purchased from Bonanza Report- 
ing, 1111 Forest, Reno, NV 89509. 



CONSULTATION AND COORDINATION 
IN REVIEWS OF THE EIS 

Public comments continue to be vital to the planning 
and EIS processes, and will be welcomed before and 
after the final decisions are made in 1982. All com- 
ments received will be considered, even if letters are 
received after the EIS is published. 

AVAILABILITY OF THE FINAL EIS 

The final EIS was sent to all those who received the 
draft EIS and all who commented on the draft. Anyone 
else requesting a copy may receive one. A Federal 
Register notice and an area news release were also 
used to inform the public about the final EIS availability. 



INTRODUCTION TO RESPONSES 

All written and oral comments have been read and 
evaluated by Winnemucca District and Nevada State 
Office resource specialists and planning personnel. 
Additions to or changes in the DEIS are noted in the 
ERRATA section of this document. Responses to ques- 
tions and substantive comments were written by the 
various specialists and then reviewed by an interdisci- 
plinary team for consistency and accuracy of the 
responses. A list of respondents to the DEIS follows at 
the end of this chapter, prior to the printing of the 
comments and responses. 



LIST OF SONOMA-GERLACH DRAFT 
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT COMMENTS 



INDEX NO. AND LETTER 



1 DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, LAS VEGAS 

2 NATIONAL COUNCIL OF PUBLIC LAND USERS 

3 UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 

4 PERSHING COUNTY SPORTSMEN'S ASSOCIATION 

5 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 

6 TIPTON RANCHES 

7 C-PUNCH CORPORATION 

8 WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE 

9 BILL CERESOLA 

10 ROBERT BELZARENA 

11 INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF 

MUSTANGS AND BURROS 

12 NEVADA STATE PLANNING COORDINATOR 

13 NEVADA CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION - ELKO 

14 MARVEL BROTHERS RANCHING COMPANY 

15 WILDLIFE SOCIETY - NEVADA CHAPTER 

16 ROBERT VESCO 

17 SIERRA CLUB 

18 EISENHOWER, CARLSON, NEWLANDS, REHA, HENRIOT 

AND QUINN 

19 WILD HORSE ORGANIZED ASSISTANCE - WHOA 

20 ROBERT LIST - GOVERNOR OF NEVADA 

21 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

BUREAU OF MINES 

2 2 RESOURCE CONCEPTS, INC. (Public Hearing in 

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