The Public Lands During the Remainder of the 20th Century: Planning, Law, and Policy in the Federal Land Agencies (Summer Conference, June 8-10)
BLM Land Planning and Consistency Obligations to Provide for Protection of Natural Values on Adjacent Protected Lands
Summer Conference (8th: 1987: Boulder, Colo.)
Lockhart, William J., "BLM Land Planning and Consistency Obligations to Provide for Protection of Natural Values on Adjacent Protected Lands" (1987). The Public Lands During the Remainder of the 20th Century: Planning, Law, and Policy in the Federal Land Agencies (Summer Conference, June 8-10).
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Public land management has undergone major changes in recent years in response to the greatly increased planning responsibilities mandated by Congress.
“Public Lands During the Remainder of the 20th Century: Planning Law and Policy in the Federal Land Agencies” looks at management and planning issues related to seven major resources in the public lands: timber, rangeland, minerals, wildlife, water, recreation, and preservation values. Charles F. Wilkinson, Professor of Law, University of Colorado, presents a talk on "Public Land Planning: Will the Current System Endure?"