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Title 36Chapter IIPart 219


TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER II—FOREST SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

PART 219—PLANNING

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Subpart A—NATIONAL FOREST SYSTEM LAND MANAGEMENT PLANNING

§219.1
Purpose and applicability.
§219.2
Levels of planning and responsible officials.
§219.3
Role of science in planning.
§219.4
Requirements for public participation.
§219.5
Planning framework.
§219.6
Assessment.
§219.7
New plan development or plan revision.
§219.8
Sustainability.
§219.9
Diversity of plant and animal communities.
§219.10
Multiple use.
§219.11
Timber requirements based on the NFMA.
§219.12
Monitoring.
§219.13
Plan amendment and administrative changes.
§219.14
Decision document and planning records.
§219.15
Project and activity consistency with the plan.
§219.16
Public notifications.
§219.17
Effective dates and transition.
§219.18
Severability.
§219.19
Definitions.
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Subpart B—PRE-DECISIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW PROCESS

§219.50
Purpose and scope.
§219.51
Plans, plan amendments, or plan revisions not subject to objection.
§219.52
Giving notice of a plan, plan amendment, or plan revision subject to objection before approval.
§219.53
Who may file an objection.
§219.54
Filing an objection.
§219.55
Objections set aside from review.
§219.56
Objection time periods and process.
§219.57
Resolution of objections.
§219.58
Timing of a plan, plan amendment, or plan revision decision.
§219.59
Use of other administrative review processes.
§219.60
Secretary's authority.
§219.61
Information collection requirements.
§219.62
Definitions.

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