[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The current Tongass Land Management Plan allows timber harvest on only 4 percent of the Tongass--not enough to support a viable manufacturing industry, according to Graham.
What does TLMP stand for?
TLMP stands for Tongass Land Management Plan (Alaska)
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5 million acres in the Tongass), the number of timber-dependent jobs in the region, and the laborious nature of writing the Tongass Land Management Plan (TLMP).
Key provisions of the Tongass land management plan include: * Harvesting 475,000 acres of old-growth forest over the next 100 years, while increasing the amount of protected acreage.
The current Tongass Land Management Plan (TLMP) shows that of the 9.
It then becomes clear that under Section 810, Congress directed the Forest Service to determine that timber sales are "necessary" to achieve the objectives of a Tongass Land Management Plan (TLMP) which considered equally all forest resources.
Forest Service attorneys have reviewed this section and they have concluded that they can still study Forest Service lands for set-asides if the study is part of their normal review of forest management plans as in the Tongass Land Management Plan completed a couple years ago and the Chugach Land Management Plan that is now in progress.
111) The Forest Service continues to dismiss evidence of adverse effects of timber harvesting on other resources, and Representative Miller's statement criticizing the pre-TTRA draft of Tongass Land Management Plan Revision as a perpetuation of Forest Service fantasy(112) seems fully applicable to the Forest Service's post-TTRA supplement to the draft revision.
Nor does the revised statute apply to federal forestland that, in Southeast at least, is governed by the Tongass Land Management Plan.