[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] One Step at a Time The first step in the EBIPM process was to assess each site using the Rangeland Health Assessment protocol, a system already used by many federal land managers for evaluating rangeland conditions, and identify the ecological processes that needed to be repaired.
What does FLM stand for?
FLM stands for Federal Land Manager
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- First Line Leader Training
- Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (book)
- Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture (Scottsdale, AZ)
- Facility List Message (digital equipment)
- Faculté Libre de Médecine (French: Free School of Medicine)
- Faleminderit (Albanian: thank you)
- Family Life Movement
- Fecky Little Men (gaming)
- Federación Luterana Mundial (Spanish)
- Federal Land Management
- Fédération Luthérienne Mondiale (French)
- Fédération Luxembourgeoise de Motorhomes (French: Luxembourg Federation of Motorhomes; Luxembourg)
- Female-Led Marriage (relationship type)
- Fetal Lung Maturity
- Fiber Loop Multiplexer
- Field Level Maintenance
- Field Logistics Manager
- Fight Like Matt
- File Level Metadata
- Finished Lens Molding
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In an effort to appease environmentalists, Salazar said he would direct Interior Department officials to have discussions with congressional leaders, local politicians and federal land managers about lands with wilderness potential and to keep inventories of various parcels of lands and how they might be used.
Despite the limited resources available, and with a lot of help from our friends and partners, such as state wildlife agencies, federal land managers, ranchers and other private landowners, Turner Enterprises, Phelps Dodge Corporation, the Phoenix Zoo, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, the Fort Worth Zoo, Nature Conservancy, Sky Island Alliance, and universities, we have put together a recovery program for the threatened Chiricahua leopard frog (Lithobates chiricahuensis).
In the West, where most forest ecosystems have evolved with natural fire as an essential ingredient, federal land managers are finding it more and more difficult to introduce fire and allow natural fires to burn under their supervision.
A report by the General Accounting Office in late 2006 called for federal land managers to shift more of the firefighting costs to state and local governments, which the feds argue are responsible for controlling the expansion of the wildland--urban interface----one of the identified factors behind the increased costs in fire suppression.