The decision left these magnificent predators subject to state management plans that were crafted to satisfy hunters and ranchers rather than to protect wolves.
What does SMP stand for?
SMP stands for State Management Plan
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Samples in periodicals archive:
if Montana and Idaho had been allowed to go on with their state management plans, the law would have allowed them to reduce the wolf population to 300," she said.
Delisting paves the way for almost one thousand wolves to be killed under deadly state management plans in Idaho and Montana.
Other state and federal listings differed because of state management plans and management areas.
Bison that stray from Yellowstone onto public lands can be killed under a state management plan designed to slow the spread of brucellosis, a disease some bison carry that officials say can be passed to livestock--an occurrence that has never been documented in the wild.
Small Systems The Baucus proposal also sets up a special program for small water supply systems, those serving 3,300 or fewer people by establishing a state management plan and a small system compliance program.
A previous effort failed last year after a federal judge blocked the move, saying state management plans would have put the wolves in jeopardy.
Each of the states with core wolf populations should have a state management plan that monitors the population, health, and location of the wolves before Fish and Wildlife Service will delist them.