Conservation Plans and Agreements




Habitat Conservation Plan

Data Definitions

Title
International Paper (RHS), Reduction in Acreage
USFWS Region(s)
4
USFWS Field Office(s)
Daphne Ecological Services Field Office
Permits
PRT-780914-1
Status
I
The remaining 1,107 acres were transferred to Resource Management Service on July 22, 2010, thereby rendering the permit expired.
NEPA Process
categorical exclusion
Involved Agency
USFWS
  • Date Information
  • Date Assistance Initiated
    05/31/2003
    Date Application Received
    No info
    Date of Notice of Intent to Prepare an EIS
    ---
    Date Noticed in Federal Register
    No info
    Date Permit Issued
    08/20/2004
    Date Application Withdrawn
    ---
    Date Permit Expired
    07/22/2010
    Date Permit Denied
    ---
    Date Permit Suspended
    ---
    Date Permit Revoked
    ---
  • Area Description Information
  • Location
    1107 acres in Monroe, Covington, and Conecuh Counties
    Listed Species
  • Salamander, Red Hills - (Phaeognathus hubrichti) Entire T
  • Non-Listed Species
    No non-listed species
    Habitat
    Mixed hardwood/pine forest on steep slopes and ravines within the Tallahatta and Hatchetigbee geologic formations.
    States
  • Alabama
  • Size (Total Area Covered, by State)
  • 1107 acres (Alabama)
  • Enrolled Size (Total Area Enrolled, by State)
    Data not available
    Encompassed Planning Area? (by state)
  • No
  • Acreage Protected
    1107 acres
    Acreage Created/Enhanced/Restored
    No info
    Acreage Adversely Affected
    No info
  • Other Information
  • Applicant Type
    corporation
    Land Use
    forest management activities
    Duration
    20 years, 0 months
    Reporting Frequency
    A standard report is required every two years and a comprehensive report is required every 10 years.
    Report Received Date(s)
    05/14/2009
    Monitoring Notes
    12/21/2005: a total of 1,246 acres were cut.
    Additional Notes
    Modification 1 (2004) transferred 5,293 acres of RHS habitat under this permit to Hancock Natural Resources Group, thereby reducing the permit to 1,107 acres. The remaining 1,107 acres were transferred to Resource Management Service on July 22, 2010, thereby rendering the permit expired.
    Plan/Agreement Documents
    No info
    Federal Register Documents
    No info

    Report generated on: February 13, 2016
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