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Title 43Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter FPart 6300


TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER F—PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION (6000)

PART 6300—MANAGEMENT OF DESIGNATED WILDERNESS AREAS

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Subpart 6301—INTRODUCTION

§6301.1
Purpose.
§6301.3
What is a BLM wilderness area?
§6301.5
Definitions.
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Subpart 6302—USE OF WILDERNESS AREAS, PROHIBITED ACTS, AND PENALTIES

Use of Wilderness Areas

§6302.10
Use of wilderness areas.
§6302.11
How may I use wilderness areas?
§6302.12
When do I need an authorization and to pay a fee to use a wilderness area?
§6302.13
Where do I obtain an authorization to use a wilderness area?
§6302.14
What authorization do I need to climb in BLM wilderness?
§6302.15
When and how may I collect or disturb natural resources such as rocks and plants in wilderness areas?
§6302.16
When and how may I gather scientific information about resources in BLM wilderness?
§6302.17
When may I use a wheelchair in BLM wilderness?
§6302.18
How may American Indians use wilderness areas for traditional religious purposes?
§6302.19
When may BLM close or restrict use of wilderness areas?

Prohibited Acts

§6302.20
What is prohibited in wilderness?

Penalties

§6302.30
What penalties apply if I commit one or more of the prohibited acts?
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Subpart 6303—ADMINISTRATIVE AND EMERGENCY FUNCTIONS

§6303.1
How does BLM carry out administrative and emergency functions?
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Subpart 6304—USES ADDRESSED IN SPECIAL PROVISIONS OF THE WILDERNESS ACT

Mining Under the General Mining Laws

§6304.10
Mining law administration.
§6304.11
What special provisions apply to operations under the mining laws?
§6304.12
How will BLM determine the validity of unpatented mining claims or sites?

Other Uses Specifically Addressed by the Wilderness Act

§6304.20
Other uses addressed in special provisions of the Wilderness Act.
§6304.21
What special provisions cover aircraft and motorboat use?
§6304.22
What special provisions apply to control of fire, insects, and diseases?
§6304.23
What special provisions apply to mineral leasing and material sales?
§6304.24
What special provisions apply to water and power resources?
§6304.25
What special provisions apply to livestock grazing?
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Subpart 6305—ACCESS TO STATE AND PRIVATE LANDS OR VALID OCCUPANCIES WITHIN WILDERNESS AREAS

Access to Non-Federal Inholdings

§6305.10
How will BLM allow access to State and private land within wilderness areas?
§6305.11
What alternatives to granting access will BLM consider in cases of State and private inholdings?

Access to Other Valid Occupancies

§6305.20
How will BLM allow access to valid mining claims or other valid occupancies within wilderness areas?

Access Procedures for Valid Occupancies

§6305.30
What are the steps BLM must take in issuing an access authorization to valid occupancies?


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