National Forest Management Act Planning Rule
The regulations in this subpart set forth a process for developing, adopting, and revising land and resource management plans for the National Forest System as required by the Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act of 1974, as amended (hereafter, RPA). These regulations prescribe how land and resource management planning is to be conducted on National Forest System lands. The resulting plans shall provide for multiple use and sustained yield of goods and services from the National Forest System in a way that maximizes long term net public benefits in an environmentally sound manner.
USDA Forest Service. 1982. National Forest Management Act Planning Rule. Available online at: http://www.fs.fed.us/... (Accessed August 4, 2014).
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