H.R. 4109 (112th): Los Padres Conservation and Recreation Act of 2012

Introduced:
Feb 29, 2012 (112th Congress, 2011–2013)
Status:
Died (Referred to Committee)
Sponsor
Elton Gallegly
Representative for California's 24th congressional district
Party
Republican
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Last Updated
Feb 29, 2012
Length
34 pages
 
Status

This bill was introduced on February 29, 2012, in a previous session of Congress, but was not enacted.

Progress
Introduced Feb 29, 2012
Referred to Committee Feb 29, 2012
 
Full Title

To designate additional National Forest System land in the Los Padres National Forest in the State of California as wilderness, to make certain wild and scenic river designations in that National Forest, to designate the Condor Ridge Scenic Area, to address off highway vehicle use in that National Forest, to facilitate a land exchange with the United Water Conservation District of California, and for other purposes.

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House Natural Resources

Public Lands and Environmental Regulation

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2/29/2012--Introduced.
Los Padres Conservation and Recreation Act of 2012 - Designates specified National Forest System lands in California that are administered as part of the Los Padres National Forest as wilderness and as additions to existing components of the National Wilderness Preservation System.
Amends the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act to designate specified creek segments in California as wild, scenic, or recreational rivers.
Establishes the Condor Ridge Scenic Area within the National Forest. Requires the Secretary of Agriculture (USDA) to develop a comprehensive management plan for such area.
Designates within the National Forest: (1) specified roads and trails for certain off-highway vehicle use, and (2) specified areas as off-highway vehicle areas.
Directs the Secretary to study and report on the feasibility of and the public interest in the construction of specified new trails respecting the National Forest.
Los Padres National Forest Land Exchange Act - Directs the Secretary to convey specified National Forest System lands to the United Water Conservation District of California in exchange for the conveyance of specified non-federal lands to the Secretary.
Requires the Secretary to reserve easements for all trails and roads considered necessary for administrative purposes and to ensure public access.

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