Professional manufacturer customized wooden bamboo material horse stable
Written into the existing permits are practices intended to lessen or deter impacts on the natural and cultural resources found near the equestrian facilities. These practices address issues such as horse location, site maintenance, and water quality protection (e.g., animal waste management). To insure compliance, all permittees have agreed to periodic monitoring for environmental impacts, and to cooperation with corrective measures. The existing resource protection measures described in the permits address both requirements shared by all facilities and requirements specific to each site. The permits provide general guidelines as to where horses can be stabled, washed and treated at the facility. Site specific guidelines are dictated by the natural resources found at the location (such as waterways and pastureland) and by historic features found at the location as described below. Natural Resources. Protection of natural resources at the stable sites includes corrective measures required by the Superintendent of GGNRA to remedy environmental impacts identified during periodic monitoring. Protection also includes cooperative measures undertaken by the permittee and NPS Natural Resources Management staff (and other parties) to mitigate water quality and other natural resource impacts. All stable facilities are expected to collect manure from paddocks and stalls on a daily basis to prevent water contamination and NPS approval is required prior to vegetation management.
In practice, one stable does not have covered manure storage, and with the exception of Golden Gate Dairy (Green Gulch Tributary, Field 7), there has been no recent water quality measurement downstream of any of the existing stables sites. Additionally, NPS typically provides an annual safety inspection of the facilities. However, there is no NPS inspection personnel assigned to the task of inspecting or monitoring the stables for permit compliance on a frequent or regular basis. Cultural Resources. Protection of cultural resources at the stable sites includes corrective measures required by the Superintendent and/or the business agreements to remedy impacts identified during periodic monitoring by NPS Maintenance or Cultural Resources staff or other parties. These measures are designed to mitigate cultural resource impacts and stabilize historic structures and landscape features. The NPS would continue to provide oversight and advice regarding the management, maintenance, and repair of historic sites. As above, there is no NPS inspection personnel assigned to the task of inspecting or monitoring the stables’ cultural resources for permit compliance on a frequent or regular basis. NPS must adhere to protection measures required under the National Historic Preservation Act.
Under the No Action Alternative the areas identified as potential equestrian sites would remain in the current condition. Lower Redwood Creek is a prior flower farm now serving as a residential site. Many of the farm buildings and facilities are present. The Marincello site is an approximately 2-acre open space on Marincello Trail about 0.2 miles north of the Tennessee Valley Trailhead Parking lot.
The operation of the existing stables, with the exception of the Lower Tennessee Valley stable currently housing the Park Horse Patrol, is consistent with the GMP. In particular, the 1980 GMP found: ―These facilities [Golden Gate Dairy, Tennessee Valley, and Rodeo Valley stables] will continue to operate in their present general locations; but whereas they were conceived and operated to only offer boarding services to members, they will now be modified to provide such services to the general public as horse rental, overnight boarding, and trailer parking.
The product details:
|Professional manufacturer customized wooden bamboo material horse stable
|Euro Front/Custom V-Front /Custom Arc Front/Classic horse stall front
length 10ft 12ft 14ft(3m-4.2m)
|hot dip galvanized /powder coating
bamboo :20mm 28mm 32mm 38mm
Southern yellow pine : 30mm 40mm
|swing door/sliding door
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