Range Use Plan Guidebook

Table of Contents

Appendix 2

A template of information provided by the
district manager to the agreement holder

Note: This information is not part of the plan but should be kept on file
__________________ AGREEMENT AREA
1. Map
2. Plant communities and key areas

These are plant communities that have been, or may be, significantly affected by livestock use. Key areas are portions of a range agreement area selected because of their value as a monitoring site for grazing use.

Pasture name

Current plant community

Desired plant community

Key areas

Range readiness criteria

Average stubble height at end of period

Browse use levels

note any unfenced private land grazed in common with Crown range

3. Resource features (including streams, wetlands or lakes), sensitive areas and riparian areas that may be negatively affected by livestock use including:
  1. Riparian areas and features that are non-functional or at risk.
  2. Wildlife habitat features
  3. Other
4. District manager–supplied objectives and strategies




A viable wild ungulate population

Ungulate winter range

A healthy, natural ecosystem

Biological diversity

A healthy, natural ecosystem

Resource features and sensitive areas

A healthy functioning watershed with intact riparian plant communities

Properly functioning condition in riparian areas

A healthy natural ecosystem

Desired plant communities

Clean drinking water

Water quality objectives

A viable forest industry

Free growing conditions on newly planted cutblocks

Prevention of wildlife extirpation

Wildlife habitat areas or general measures



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