43 CFR Part 4300 - GRAZING ADMINISTRATION; ALASKA; REINDEER; GENERAL
Source:63 FR 55550, Oct. 16, 1998, unless otherwise noted.
- Before You Apply for a Reindeer Grazing Permit
Applying for a Grazing Permit
- § 4300.20 — How do I apply for a permit?
- § 4300.21 — What must I include in my application?
- § 4300.22 — What fees must I pay?
- § 4300.23 — After I file my application, can I use the land before BLM issues my permit?
- § 4300.24 — Does my filed application mean that no one else can file an application?
- § 4300.25 — Does my filed application mean I will automatically receive a permit?
- Protests Against a Grazing Permit Application
Conditions of Your Approved Permit
- § 4300.40 — How long can I graze reindeer with my permit?
- § 4300.41 — What will the permit say about the number of reindeer and where I can graze them?
- § 4300.42 — If I have existing improvements on the land, will these be allowed in the initial permit?
- § 4300.43 — What should I do if I want to construct and maintain improvements on the land?
- § 4300.44 — Are there any major restrictions on my grazing permit that I might otherwise think are allowed?
- § 4300.45 — Must I submit any reports?
Changes That Can Affect Your Permit
Other Uses of the Land
- Changes in the Size of the Permit Area
- Permit Renewals
- Assigning Your Permit to Another Party
- Closing Out Your Permit
- Reindeer Crossing Permits
Title 43 published on 2011-10-01
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