25 CFR Part 166, Subpart D - Land and Operations Management
- § 166.300 — How is Indian agricultural land managed?
- § 166.301 — How is Indian land for grazing purposes described?
- § 166.302 — How is a range unit created?
- § 166.303 — Can more than one parcel of Indian land be combined into one permit?
- § 166.304 — Can there be more than one permit for each range unit?
- § 166.305 — When is grazing capacity determined?
- § 166.306 — Can the BIA adjust the grazing capacity?
- § 166.307 — Will the grazing capacity be increased if I graze adjacent trust or non-trust rangelands not covered by the permit?
- § 166.308 — Can the number of animals and/or season of use be modified on the permitted land if I graze adjacent trust or non-trust rangelands under an on-and-off grazing permit?
- § 166.309 — Who determines livestock class and livestock ownership requirements on permitted Indian land?
- § 166.310 — What must a permittee do to protect livestock from exposure to disease?
- Management Plans and Environmental Compliance
Conservation Practices and Improvements
- § 166.314 — Can a permittee apply a conservation practice on permitted Indian land?
- § 166.315 — Who is responsible for the completion and maintenance of a conservation practice if the permit expires or is canceled before the completion of the conservation practice?
- § 166.316 — Can a permittee construct improvements on permitted Indian land?
- § 166.317 — What happens to improvements constructed on Indian lands when the permit has been terminated?
Title 25 published on 2014-04-01
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