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Title 36Chapter IIPart 222


TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER II—FOREST SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

PART 222—RANGE MANAGEMENT

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Subpart A—GRAZING AND LIVESTOCK USE ON THE NATIONAL FOREST SYSTEM

§222.1
Authority and definitions.
§222.2
Management of the range environment.
§222.3
Issuance of grazing and livestock use permits.
§222.4
Changes in grazing permits.
§222.6
Compensation for permittees' interest in authorized permanent improvements.
§222.7
Cooperation in management.
§222.8
Cooperation in control of estray or unbranded livestock, animal diseases, noxious farm weeds, and use of pesticides.
§222.9
Range improvements.
§222.10
Range betterment fund.
§222.11
Grazing advisory boards.
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Subpart B—MEDIATION OF TERM GRAZING PERMIT DISPUTES

§222.20
Decisions subject to mediation.
§222.21
Parties.
§222.22
Stay of appeal.
§222.23
Confidentiality.
§222.24
Records.
§222.25
Costs.
§222.26
Ex parte communications.
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Subpart C—GRAZING FEES

§222.50
General procedures.
§222.51
National Forests in 16 Western States.
§222.52
National Grasslands.
§222.53
Grazing fees in the East—noncompetitive procedures.
§222.54
Grazing fees in the East—competitive bidding.
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Subpart D—MANAGEMENT OF WILD FREE-ROAMING HORSES AND BURROS

§222.60
Authority and definitions.
§222.61
Administration of wild free-roaming horses and burros and their environment.
§222.62
Ownership claims.
§222.63
Removal of other horses and burros.
§222.64
Use of helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft and motor vehicles.
§222.65
Protection of wild free-roaming horses and burros when they are upon other than the National Forest System or public lands.
§222.66
Removal of wild free-roaming horses and burros from private lands.
§222.67
Maintenance of wild free-roaming horses and burros on privately-owned lands.
§222.68
Agreements.
§222.69
Relocation and disposal of animals.
§222.70
Disposal of carcasses.
§222.71
Loss of status.
§222.72
Use of non-Forest Service personnel.
§222.73
Management coordination.
§222.74
National Advisory Board.
§222.75
Studies.
§222.76
Arrest.


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