Customized Metal Bracket Horse Stable Horse Stall with Required Wood
NPS identifies the environmentally preferred alternative in its NEPA documents for public review and comment. The environmentally preferred alternative is defined by CEQ NEPA regulations as the alternative that ―causes the least damage to the biological and physical environment; it also means the alternative which best protects, preserves and enhances historic, cultural and natural resources‖ (40 CFR 1500–1508). The CEQ NEPA regulations also indicate that the environmentally preferred alternative is the one that ―would promote the national environmental policy as expressed in NEPA’s Section 101‖ (Forty Most Asked Questions Concerning CEQ’s National Environmental Policy Act Regulations 40 CFR 1500 – 1508; Question 6a). Using both the CEQ’s interpretations of the Section 101 purpose statements and the comparison of environmental effects to natural and cultural resources expected under each alternative, Alternative C was identified as the environmentally preferred alternative. Taking all impacts together, the differences between the various alternatives are not great, but Alternative C is anticipated to have slightly reduced adverse impacts overall for the primary reason that it has only two stables sites. With two sites being stables in Alternative C as opposed to three (Alternative B, Option 2), four (Alternative B, Option 1) or five sites (Alternative D), the impacts associated with horse operations would be geographically confined to only two areas, Tennessee Valley and Rodeo Valley, and would not occur in the Redwood Creek drainage (Golden Gate Dairy and Lower Redwood Creek sites), Marincello Road area, or Lower Tennessee Valley. This reduces adverse impacts overall. Alternative C provides the most advantages with regard to the evaluation factors of natural resource protection when compared to the other action alternatives. One of the project objectives is to improve water quality and reduce soil erosion at the facilities. Alternative C would provide for the best protection of natural resources by reducing drainage problems and potentially contaminated water leeching into nearby drainages compared to the other alternatives. For these reasons, Alternative C was selected as the environmentally preferable alternative.
Alternative C would reduce the number of stables in southern Marin GGNRA by consolidating existing equestrian stables from four to two of the stable sites – Tennessee Valley and Rodeo Valley. The Park Horse Patrol would relocate from Lower Tennessee Valley to Tennessee Valley. Equestrian stables and associated programs at Golden Gate Dairy would be eliminated, (requires amendment of the 1980 GMP) reducing the overall number of horses in stalls within the GGNRA from 76 in Alternative A to 72 in Alternative C. Alternative C would include the components common to all alternatives, as described above in Section 2.3.2, with changes specific to this alternative as described below. The following paragraphs provide narrative descriptions of the critical site modifications proposed as part of Alternative C as well as the reasoning behind the proposed changes. Table 2-8 summarizes the Alternative C changes to each facility beyond those changes that are common to all alternatives. Figures 2-14 through 2-17 display conceptually how the existing sites would be modified under Alternative C.
The product details :
|1. Length||3000mm, 3600mm, 3800mm, 4000mm|
|2. Height||1800mm, 2200mm, 2400mm|
|3. Standing Post||OD115mm|
|4. Frame and middle brack||SHS 50x50mm|
|5. surface treatment||Hot-dipped galvanized/ (black, green, red etc) powder coatding|
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