USDA Forest Service

Amend the Agreement to Initiate Land Exchange dated December 6, 2017 in the following manner.

This field guide is designed to help identify the invasive plants that threaten our forests and grasslands.

Increased nitrogen (N) or sulfur (S) deposition may result from emissions from new or modified facilities subject to New Source Review (NSR), activities subject to requirements under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and other actions.

The Federal Land Managers’ Air Quality Related Values Work Group (FLAG) formed to develop a more consistent approach for the Federal Land Managers (FLMs) to evaluate air pollution effects on resources.

The Superior Allotment is located adjacent to the Town of Superior and extends on either side of Highway 60.

Fact sheets for 9 invasive plants and weeds including Bull Thistle, Canada Thistle, Japanese Knotwood, Musk Thistle, Russian Olive, Siberian Elm, Spotted Knapweed, Tree-of-Heaven, Tropical Soda Apple, and Yellow Starthistle.

Families and individuals like to come to this site for its natural desert beauty and rock climbing.

The nature and purposes of a national scenic trail defines the ideal trail setting and the context for what types of uses and activities are appropriate for the trail and its corridor. The nature and purposes are critical to the proper protection and management of national scenic trails and can be derived, in part, from Sec. 3(2) of the National Trails System Act.

The Arizona National Scenic Trail (Arizona Trail) stretches over 800 miles from the U.S. border with Mexico to Utah, connecting deserts, mountains, canyons, wilderness, history, communities and people.

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Forest Service Point of Contact

John Scaggs
Tonto National Forest
john.scaggs@usda.gov

Apache Leap Special Management Area
Apache Leap SMA website