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|Product Name:||Bamboo Wood Wpc Board Horse Stables Horse Front Stall Panel Divider Customized||Brand Name:||JH Horse Stable|
|Material:||Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel||Surface:||Power Coated|
|Application:||Horse Stable||Door Type:||Sliding Door|
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As described in Common to All section 2.3.2, all of the action alternatives share a common approach to improved best management practices and enhanced public outreach and programs which is also outlined in Chapter 1, section 1.1.1 introduction; ―Future Leasing Program‖. As part of the preliminary planning effort, NPS collected supplemental data about Park natural and cultural resources that could be affected by actions under the proposed alternatives. In 2006 and again in February 2010, public scoping, open houses, and solicitation of public comments (see Chapter 5) provided valuable input to the alternatives. The NPS natural resource analyses involved the use of new and existing studies and surveys. These resources included soils, hydrology (streams, wetlands, and water quality), wildlife, threatened and endangered species, and other studies particular to areas potentially affected by the Marin Equestrian Stables Plan. To address protection of cultural resources, the NPS utilized existing studies such as historic structures reports and then prepared a ―Determination of Eligibility‖ for the four prior ranch sites – Lower Redwood Creek, Golden Gate Dairy, Tennessee Valley and Lower Tennessee Valley. The descriptions of these analyses of these historic sites are included in Chapter 4. NPS staff identified potential uses of historic structures and buildings within each equestrian site that would meet equestrian program needs and fit in with the project objectives identified earlier in the process. Criteria used to evaluate structures included size, layout and potential for rehabilitation. All action alternatives incorporate measures to protect and maintain the historic features of the sites and to improve cultural resources stewardship. In addition to the No Action alternative, as a result of the alternatives formulation process, three action alternatives representing a reasonable range of alternatives were carried forward for analysis in this EA. Table 2-2 summarizes each of the four alternatives. An overview of the equestrian facility configurations for each alternative is presented in Section 2.3 below. See Figure 1.1 for locations.
During the CBA Workshop, Alternative B was recommended by NPS staff as the preferred alternative. Alternative B, ―Option 2‖ or ―B2‖ was further developed and identified as having the best combination of a balanced financial investment, long-term benefits for achieving project objectives, and a high level of resource protection and enhancement. Option B2 differs from the original Alternative B (now Alternative B, ―Option 1‖ or ―B1‖) by its removal of stable facilities at Lower Tennessee Valley and the relocation of the Park Horse Patrol program to Tennessee Valley stables. The preferred alternative for the Plan implementation is Alternative B, Option 2. The action alternatives have many elements in common; however, Alternative B, Option 2 provides the most advantages with regard to the evaluation factors of public benefit, public access, and cultural and historic resource protection when compared to the other action alternatives. Three historic sites, Golden Gate Dairy, Tennessee Valley and Rodeo Valley, remain as stables, an appropriate use that will help preserve these resources for future generations. The goal of natural resource preservation will be achieved by site improvements and environmental Best Management Practices.
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|1.Fully hot dip galvanized finish or powder coated surface.|
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|3.Swing window & swivel feeder are optional as accessories.|
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