1 edition of The Cooperative conservation based strategic plan for the Abandoned Mine Lands Program found in the catalog.
by U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management in Washington, D.C
Written in English
The AML program strategic plan establishes the context whereby the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) mitigates and remediates hardrock AML sites on or affecting public lands, and correlates field activities with program goals, objectives and priorities. The plan provides field managers and staff with a policy framework for setting local or state priorities and provides senior management and budget personnel with explanations of program values.
|Other titles||Strategic plan for the Abandoned Mine Lands Program, Abandoned Mine Lands Program : cooperative conservation based strategic plan, AML Program strategic plan|
|Statement||Bureau of Land Management|
|Series||Instruction memorandum WO 2006-145 attachment -- 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 pages :|
|Number of Pages||22|
The Rural Abandoned Mine Program (RAMP) is authorized by Section of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) of as amended by the"Abandoned Mine Reclamation . abandoned mine land program eligibility guidelines page 3 “ask before you build” resources page 17 abandoned mine land types and development problems illustrations by hal miller mine gas pages 14 portals and vertical mine openings page 15 dangerous highwall pages 4–5 mine spoil pages 6–7 mine subsidence pages 8–9 mine File Size: 2MB.
Jurisdiction: Abandoned Mine Lands The Public Service Commission administers the Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) Program on behalf of the State of North Dakota. The State AML Program was . A Plan called for the Programmatic Agreement among the USDA Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Montana State Historic Preservation Officer, and the Advisory Council on Historic .
The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of provides for the restoration of mine lands, abandoned or left inadequately restored before August 3, Production fees of 35 cents per ton . ABANDONED MINE LANDS RECLAMATION PROGRAM CHAPTER (Rule , continued) July, 4 (b) Lands and water which were mined or affected by mining for minerals and materials other than coal shall be eligible for reclamation activities under a State Reclamation Program .
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The Cooperative Conservation Based Strategic Plan for the Abandoned Mine Lands Program 1. Introduction The Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) Program Strategic Plan establishes the context whereby the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) mitigates and remediates hardrock AML sites on or affecting public lands.
The plan supports the Department of the Interior’s (DOI) strategic plan. The AML program strategic plan establishes the context whereby the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) mitigates and remediates hardrock AML sites on or affecting public lands, and correlates field activities with program.
Abstract: This case study is about strategic planning for an abandoned mine lands (AML) program administered and implemented by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
This paper highlights the BLM’s transition from an initial pilot effort to a mature program Author: GM Stone. One of the primary mechanisms used by OSMRE’s AML Program to restore abandoned mine lands and polluted waters is to provide grants to States and Tribes so that they may oversee.
Abandoned Mine Lands Program Background. The Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) Program is focused on mitigating potential human health and ecological concerns associated with contamination from legacy heavy metal mining operations (inactive or abandoned mine lands.
The BLM’s Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) program enhances public safety and improves water, soil, and air quality by reducing or eliminating the effects of past hardrock (such as gold, silver, lead, and uranium. Abandoned mine land fee Toggle for Abandoned mine land fee.
A fee for current day coal production that funds reclamation of mines abandoned before Accounting year Toggle for. This page contains EPA policy and guidance documents that have direct applications to the assessment and remediation of abandoned mine lands.
These policies and guidance documents must be taken in the context of the National Contingency Plan Overview (NCP), which is the overarching planning document governing Superfund.
Renewable Energy. EPA has placed national priority on showcasing opportunities for the development of clean and renewable energy projects on contaminated lands. As part of this effort, EPA is working to leverage these opportunities into actual renewable energy projects for communities across the country.
EPA’s Abandoned Mine Lands Team. The Abandoned Mine Land program is authorized in Title IV of the Surface Mining Law. States with an approved program, or specific Indian tribes, are eligible for Abandoned Mine Land grants. The funds come from fees paid by active coal mine operators on each ton of coal mined.
The Abandoned Mine Land Inventory System is a computer system used to store, manage, and report on the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement's Inventory of Abandoned Mine Land Problems. This includes both problems in need of reclamation and those that have been reclaimed.
AML Reclamation Economic Development Pilot Program. h abandoned mine land program policy handbook (public) This program Policy Handbook does not create any right or benefit, or trust responsibility, substantive or procedural, enforceable at.
characteristics of a useful strategic plan 5. A unit, not a menu. A useful plan is not a wish book. Everything in the plan needs to be accomplished. The means to an end, not an end in itself. The plan is the process by which it reaches its destination; 7.
Based. Inthe BLM and the U.S. Forest Service embarked on mutual efforts to address the impacts of hardrock abandoned mine lands (AML). The purposes of this report are threefold: 1) to shed light on abandoned mining sites and their impacts on public lands. Information about the Bureau of Land Management environmental quality and protection programs can be found atincluding: the Cooperative Conservation Based Strategic Plan for the Abandoned Mine Lands Programs, Abandoned Mine Land Program.
The Cooperative conservation based strategic plan for the Abandoned Mine Lands Program. Strategic plan for the Abandoned Mine Lands Program | Abandoned Mine Lands Program strategic plan The Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) Program Strategic Plan establishes the context whereby the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) mitigates and remediates hardrock AML sites on or affecting public lands.
Illinois Abandoned Mine Land (AML) Site Locations. The AML Division assesses abandoned mine lands for reclamation throughout the state. When an abandoned mine features a problem that. Phase 1. Fiscal_Year (FY) Analyze data by comparing against the AML Strategic Plan issued under IMCooperative Conservation Based Strategic Plan for the Abandoned Mine Lands Program.
The mission of the Abandoned Mine Land (AML) Reclamation Program is to protect the public from hazards left as a result of past coal mining practices.
The primary objective of the AML Program is to reclaim surface and underground coal mine sites abandoned. A state-funded abandoned mine land reclamation program for Ohio was realized with the establishment of the Unreclaimed Lands Fund in The fund is utilized to complete reclamation projects on public and private lands.
The Cooperative conservation based strategic plan for the Abandoned Mine Lands Program. Strategic plan for the Abandoned Mine Lands Program | Abandoned Mine Lands Program strategic plan The .About Abandoned Mines. The purpose of the Abandoned Mine Lands Program is to alleviate the safety, health and environmental hazards of past coal mining practices while improving land productivity and enhancing the landscape.
The program .implemented through core programs such as: the Abandoned Mine Land program which addresses physical safety hazards and water quality through restoration of abandoned hardrock mines; the .