Master Stewardship Agreement

Posted by Admin on Apr 10, 2021 in Uncategorized |

Different types of approaches or agreements are available to facilitate the disposal of biomass in forests. In the past, the disposal of waste for the disposal of these biomass materials. Placer County will work with agencies and landowners to implement agreements that allow for economic distance and also have significant environmental benefits. Section 604 (16 USC 6591c) of Public Law 108-148, as amended by Section 8205 of Public Act 113-79, the Agricultural Act of 2014 – gives forest services and the Land Management Office permanent authority to enter into administrative contracts or agreements to achieve land management objectives for national forests or public spaces that meet the needs of local and rural communities. Section 8205 replaces the temporary power of attorney granted to the forest service in Section 347 of Public Act 105-277, Omnibus Consolidated and Emergency Appropriations Act, 1999. The trust contract is a partnership approach that can lead to greater efficiency and synergy for partners. Launched in 2003, Public Law 108-7 gives the Bureau of Land Management and the United States Forest Service the power to enter into contracts or administrative agreements to achieve the objectives of soil management agencies and meet the needs of the Community. One of the main tasks of a trust contract is to carry out projects that improve, preserve or restore the health of forests. Standard trust contracts are implemented as part of an offer process. One of the features of the licensing rules is to allow Forest Service and the BLM to apply the value of wood or other forest products withdrawn in compensation for the costs of the services received, applying surplus project revenues to other approved administrative projects, selecting contracts and agreements based on “best value” and awarding a contract or agreement of up to 10 years that can stimulate long-term investment in the local community. Trust contracts can be used for treatments to improve, preserve or restore the health of forests or land; Restoring or maintaining water quality Improving the habitat of fish and wildlife; and reduce hazardous fuels that pose risks to communities and ecosystem values. The USDA Forest Service and the Office of Land Management (BLM) of the Department of the Interior have been granted new authority to implement trust and agreement contracts in Section 8205 of Act 113-79, the Agricultural Act of 2014 (PDF, 75 KB).

The Agriculture Act 2014 provides the Forestry Service and the Bureau of Land Management Authority to entrust co-construction projects for up to ten years to individuals or public or private organizations, in order to provide, on mandate or in reissue, services to achieve land management objectives for forests or national public spaces that meet the needs of local and rural municipalities.

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