Portal Frame Hot galvanized Steel Structure Horse Stables with Bamboo wood
The National Environmental Policy Act requires the disclosure of environmental effects of proposed federal actions, and of any adverse environmental effects that cannot be avoided should the preferred alternative be implemented. The Environmental Consequences chapter analyzes both beneficial and adverse impacts that would result from implementing any of the four alternatives described in this Marin Equestrian Stables Plan Environmental Assessment. In addition, this chapter includes a summary of laws and policies relevant to each impact topic, definitions of impact ―thresholds‖ (negligible, minor, moderate, major), explanations of methods used to analyze impacts, and the analysis methods used for determining cumulative effects. The most detailed information is presented under Alternative B with the subsequent analyses in Alternatives C and D referring back to Alternative B for more detailed descriptions. As required by the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) regulations implementing NEPA, a summary of the environmental consequences for each alternative is provided in Table 2-11. The resource topics presented in this chapter, and the organization of the topics, correspond to those presented in Chapter 3, Affected Environment.
Three overarching environmental protection laws and policies guide the actions of NPS in the management of the parks and their resources; the NPS Organic Act; NEPA and its implementing regulations; and the National Parks Omnibus Management Act. For additional information on relevant laws and regulations, please refer back to the Summary of Laws, Regulations, and Policies in Chapter 1, Purpose and Need. The NPS Organic Act of 1916 (16 U.S.C. 1) commits NPS to making informed decisions that perpetuate the conservation and protection of Park resources unimpaired for the benefit and enjoyment of future generations. NEPA, passed in 1969, is implemented through regulations of CEQ (40 CFR 1500–1508). NPS has, in turn, adopted procedures to comply with NEPA and CEQ regulations as found in Director’s Order 12: Conservation Planning, Environmental Impact Analysis, and Decisionmaking (NPS 2001), and its accompanying handbook. The National Parks Omnibus Management Act (Omnibus Act, 16 USC 5901 et seq.) underscores NEPA in that both are fundamental to Park management decisions. Both acts provide direction for connecting resource management decisions to the analysis of impacts, and for communicating the impacts of these decisions to the public through the use of appropriate technical and scientific information. Collectively, these guiding regulations provide a framework and process for evaluating the impacts of the proposed alternatives for improvement/expansion actions within the Marin Equestrian Stables Plan and GGNRA.
Dairy ranching had begun insignificantly in Marin County during the mission and early rancho period, when cattle raising was intended for the hide and tallow industry. The Gold Rush of 1849, however, created an immediate market for dairy products in the boomtown San Francisco. Marin County, with its cool moist climate, sufficient fresh water, and long growing season, came to be acknowledged in that period as the premier dairy region for California. Ranches developed along Point Reyes and in Olema Valley in the 1850s and 1860s are credited with being instrumental in the development of California‘s dairy industry.
The product details:
|Name||Portal Frame Hot galvanized Steel Structure Horse Stables with Bamboo wood|
|Front Type||Swing, Sliding, Fancy, European, or customized|
Length: 8ft, 10ft, 12ft, 14ft (2.5m - 4.0m)
Height: 1.5m, 2.0m, 2.2m.
Or, any other sizes you like
Frame tube 50*50mm RHS, and 102/114mm Round Post in middle door
heavery duty U channel to take T&G boards
Top grill tube in OD25mm round tube
|Finish||Powder Coated Finish or Hot Dip Galvanized Finish|
in bamboo wood, 20mm, 25mm, 28mm, 32mm, 38mm.
very strong, durable click, no cracking by water
(a.) brass lock latch
(b.) heavy duty stainless steel hinge, no rusting warranty.
(c.) golden top ball or flat cap by your choice.
(d.) swivel feeder system (optional)
(e.) swing feeder window (optional)
(1.) Full welds will make sure the stalls are strong and durable.
(2.) No sharp edges promise the people and horse safe.
(3.) Yoke door allows horses place his head outside.
(4.) Powder Coated Finish: We can PC any color you like. Say, Black Color, Blue Color, Hunter Green color, etc.
(5.) Assembly easily: use heavy duty bolts or different way connector to connect together.
(6.) More style stable are available, sliding front, and swing door, open door etc...
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