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BLM Wyoming - Pinedale Field Office

BLM Wyoming - Pinedale Field Office
http://www.blm.gov/wy/st/en/field_offices/Pinedale.html

Location
PO Box 768
Pinedale , WY 82941
USA
Parent Organization: BLM Wyoming State Office
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This data represents grazing allotment boundaries managed by the BLM. Allotments are permitted use areas for public grazing of cattle, sheep and horses. Allotments can be a mixture of different surface ownerships, for example a BLM allotment can encompass privately owned land or state land Allotments can also be leased to various types of livestock, cattle, sheep and/or horses.
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The floodplain maps utilized by HUD were digitized by PIC technologies when publishing the Pinedale Anticline Record of Decision. This area only covers the Pinedale Anticline.
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Prairie dog towns were located for the Pinedale BLM Field Office by two different consultants in 1995, 1997 and 1998.
This project increases the level of control to minimize the economic and ecological impacts caused by invasive species. Controlling noxious weeds is a priority for the BLM and this collaborative effort with Sublette, Lincoln, and Teton Counties reinforces this commitment. The weed infested areas cover sage-grouse, snowshoe hare and lynx habitat, crucial winter range and calving range for mule deer, elk and moose. In addition, grazing allotments, oil and gas leases, adjacent lands (USFS, private, State), and prime recreational hunting areas are also greatly impacted. Integrated methods of weed control are applied, including the use of biological and chemical controls along with hand pulling in select areas. This...
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