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|Product Name:||High Quality Galvanized Temporary Vinyl Sewn Panel Horse Stables||Material:||Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel|
|Model Number:||Horse Stable Galvanized 011||Application:||Horse Stable|
|Size:||3.5*2.2m, 4*2.2m Or Any Other Size You Required||Surface Treatment:||In Black Coated|
High quality galvanized temporary vinyl sewn panel horse stables
The NPS established the Area of Potential Effect (APE) in order to define the area of analysis for the assessment of direct and indirect effects to historic properties. In this case there are six discontiguous APEs. In accordance with the 36 CFR 800.16(d), the APE is defined as the geographic area within which an undertaking may directly or indirectly cause alteration in the character or use of historic properties. For analysis of effects to cultural resources for the Marin Equestrian Stables Plan, the APE is comprised of geographical boundaries of analysis which vary depending on the associated resource and source of effect(s). The APEs for the Golden Date Dairy stables (Ranch M/Golden Gate Dairy), Tennessee Valley stables (Ranch A/B), Rodeo Valley stables (Fort Barry Balloon Hangar and Motor Vehicle Sheds) are defined in relation to the central core areas of these National Register listed or eligible properties containing all of the contributing features that could be directly affected by project activities, and a buffer area that allows for the analysis of broader visual impacts. The combined acreage of the six APEs is 182.90. The Lower Tennessee Valley and Lower Redwood Creek sites have been determined ineligible for the National Register, and thus the APE includes the area in which there is the potential for impacts to archeological resources, since they are still considered sensitive for the presence of subsurface archeological resources. The APE for the Marincello site, which has not yet been evaluated for its potential eligibility for listing in the NRHP, encompasses the area that contains cultural landscape features and archeological resources that could be directly impacted by one or more of the alternatives.
Golden Gate Dairy stables was historically known as Ranch M and is located along California State Highway 1 in the southern Marin County town of Muir Beach, adjacent to Redwood Creek and the entrance to the Dias Ridge Trail. The Golden Gate Dairy Stables (Ranch M) cultural landscape is a small-scale, family-owned dairy that was operated between 1898 and 1953 by a series of Azorean Portuguese companies and families. The 32.97 acre APE consists of a cluster of human dwellings and livestock-related buildings and structures arranged around a core central open area, as well as pasture lands for grazing in the rear of the property, trails used to move cows within the ranch and to pasture lands, small-scale features such as fences, and historic vegetation important to the cultural landscape. Ranch M is eligible for the NRHP under criterion A as an historic cultural landscape and at the local level as a rare surviving Azorean Portuguese dairy in Marin County (SHPO 2008b). Its period of significance is 1898 to 1953, and it is one of only two such resources within the Park.
The existing Golden Gate Dairy facility and proposed Lower Redwood Creek sites are located approximately 0.6 miles from each other, both situated on Redwood Creek. Each one consists of an area of relatively flat lowlands associated with the creek and its tributaries, bounded by steeper topography above. Soil types as classified by the NRCS are the same for each site and thus will be combined in the discussion that follows.
|1.Fully hot dip galvanized finish or powder coated surface.|
|2.A full range of design and style options.|
|3.Swing window & swivel feeder are optional as accessories.|
|4.Wood, wire mesh, round pipe are optional as infill material.|
|5.Auto- lock and sliding systems give you a good experience|
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