Brush Disposal Funded Activities (Feature Layer)

Metadata Updated: January 6, 2021

Depicts the area of activities funded through BDBD and PPPP budget line item and reported through the FACTS database. The objective of the BD Program is to dispose of unwanted slash or other debris created by timber purchaser operations on timber sale contracts, stewardship contracts and permits, not disposed of by the purchaser. Activities are self-reported by Forest Service Units. The Brush Disposal Program (BD) objective of the BD Program was established in 1916. It requires all purchasers of National Forest timber make deposits to the United States for the estimated cost of disposing of brush and other debris resulting from its cutting operations. Brush disposal activities must be consistent with direction established in forest land and resource management plans, identified in environmental documents developed in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA). Metadata

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Metadata Created Date December 3, 2020
Metadata Updated Date January 6, 2021

Metadata Source

Harvested from USDA JSON

Additional Metadata

Resource Type Dataset
Metadata Created Date December 3, 2020
Metadata Updated Date January 6, 2021
Publisher U.S. Forest Service
Unique Identifier Unknown
Data First Published 2017-05-03
Data Last Modified 2019-05-22
Category geospatial
Public Access Level public
Bureau Code 005:96
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Harvest Source Id d3fafa34-0cb9-48f1-ab1d-5b5fdc783806
Harvest Source Title USDA JSON
Homepage URL
Metadata Type geospatial
Old Spatial -124.4161,32.6392,-72.8944,49.0011
Program Code 005:059
Source Datajson Identifier True
Source Hash bb36e480d342d65b8494b0b62aac25d3c6bcfde9
Source Schema Version 1.1
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