Byline: GUEST VIEWPOINT By Jim Weaver For The Register-Guard It was the greatest timber fight in a generation - the clash over the National Forest Management Act of 1976.
What does NFMA stand for?
NFMA stands for National Forest Management Act of 1976
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- Not for Me (Internet slang)
- Nuclear Force Management
- National Facilities Management and Technology (Conference)
- National Facility Management Association (now International Facility Management Association)
- National Fan Manufacturers Association
- National Federation of Municipal Analysts
- National Financial Management Authority (Sweden)
- National Fireplace Manufacturers Association (UK)
- National Flea Market Association
- National Food Manufacturers Association
- National French Mondain Association
- National Furniture Manufacturers Association (Ireland)
- Needleloom Felt Manufacturers Association (UK)
- Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance (Seattle, WA)
- Nepal Flour Mills Association
- Netherlands Facility Management Association
- Neuroanatomical Foundational Model of Anatomy
- Nevada Facilities Managers Association
- New Finance and Management Accounting
- New Forest Management Act
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The National Forest Management Act of 1976 (NFMA) and the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (FLPMA) provided new statutory foundations for the Forest Service and BLM.
18) However, in the late 1970s the legislature settled on two primary statutes that attempt to accomplish this end: the Federal Land Policy and Management Act (FLPMA) (19) and the National Forest Management Act of 1976 (NFMA).
It is also strong evidence of continuing agency drift away from the land and resource management plans directed by Congress under the National Forest Management Act of 1976.
Prendergast seems not to know those suits were based on the National Forest Management Act of 1976.
Introduction When Congress passed the National Forest Management Act of 1976 (NFMA),(1) thereby amending the Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act of 1974,(2) many were hopeful that management of the nation's natural resources had entered an era of sustainability.
In some ways, ecosystem management repackages rules from the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, which required the agency to study the environmental and human impacts of its actions across a landscape, not just in individual timber stands, and the National Forest Management Act of 1976, which asked it to protect biodiversity, including key species like the spotted owl, and promote the efficient economic use of its land.
Under the National Forest Management Act of 1976, every National Forest must have a land-management plan.