A New Plan for 5 Million Acres

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Wildflower Poetry Reading

Wildflower Poetry Reading

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Discover Desert Pronghorn

Discover Desert Pronghorn

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Sage-grouse Mating Dance

Sage-grouse Mating Dance

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  1. As described by the federal governments Code of Federal Regulations (43 CFR 8340.0-5)
  2. Per GIS analysis completed by ONDA
  3. The Wilderness Society, 2016. Achieving Compliance with the Executive Order “Minimization Criteria” for Off-Road Vehicle Use on Federal Public Lands: Background, Case Studies, and Recommendations.

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