General Management Plan, Final Environmental Impact Statement, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas, 38072 [2013-14234]

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ADDRESSES: Information will be available for public inspection online at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/gumo, in the office of the Superintendent, Dennis ´ A. Vasquez, at the Park Headquarters/ Pine Springs Visitor Center: 400 Pine Canyon Drive, Salt Flat, TX 79847– 4755; telephone (915) 828–3251 ext. 2100. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: ´ Dennis A. Vasquez, Superintendent, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, HC 60, Box 400, Salt Flat, TX 79847– 9400; email address GUMO_Superintendent@nps.gov; telephone (915) 828–3251 ext. 2100. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The document describes four management alternatives including a no-action alternative and the NPS preferred alternative. The anticipated environmental impacts of those alternatives are analyzed. The final document also includes responses to substantive comments from the public, from traditionally associated American Indian tribes, and from government agencies. The no-action alternative would extend existing conditions and management trends into the future. This alternative serves as a basis of comparison for evaluating the action alternatives. The preferred alternative would emphasize wilderness values and the restoration of ecosystem processes while expanding some opportunities for visitors to enjoy easier access to park settings than currently exist. Enhanced interpretation would include expansion of visitor facilities and services in the Pine Springs visitor center. New administration facilities and a campground would be constructed, and improved facilities and activities would be provided at other sites throughout the park. Alternative B would promote wilderness values and restoration of natural ecosystem processes. Campsites and horse corrals would be closed and their sites revegetated. The limited amount of new construction would primarily support resource protection. 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[Federal Register Volume 78, Number 122 (Tuesday, June 25, 2013)]
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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

National Park Service

[NPS-IMR-GUMO-11509; PX.P0166755C.00.1]


General Management Plan, Final Environmental Impact Statement, 
Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas

AGENCY: National Park Service, Interior.

ACTION: Notice of availability.

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SUMMARY: Pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, 42 
U.S.C. 4332(2)(C), the National Park Service (NPS) announces the 
availability of a Final Environmental Impact Statement for the General 
Management Plan, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas.

DATES: The NPS will execute a Record of Decision no sooner than 30 days 
following publication in the Federal Register by the Environmental 
Protection Agency of the Notice of Availability of the Final 
Environmental Impact Statement.

ADDRESSES: Information will be available for public inspection online 
at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/gumo, in the office of the 
Superintendent, Dennis A. V[aacute]squez, at the Park Headquarters/Pine 
Springs Visitor Center: 400 Pine Canyon Drive, Salt Flat, TX 79847-
4755; telephone (915) 828-3251 ext. 2100.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Dennis A. V[aacute]squez, 
Superintendent, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, HC 60, Box 400, Salt 
Flat, TX 79847-9400; email address GUMO_Superintendent@nps.gov; 
telephone (915) 828-3251 ext. 2100.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The document describes four management 
alternatives including a no-action alternative and the NPS preferred 
alternative. The anticipated environmental impacts of those 
alternatives are analyzed. The final document also includes responses 
to substantive comments from the public, from traditionally associated 
American Indian tribes, and from government agencies.
    The no-action alternative would extend existing conditions and 
management trends into the future. This alternative serves as a basis 
of comparison for evaluating the action alternatives. The preferred 
alternative would emphasize wilderness values and the restoration of 
ecosystem processes while expanding some opportunities for visitors to 
enjoy easier access to park settings than currently exist. Enhanced 
interpretation would include expansion of visitor facilities and 
services in the Pine Springs visitor center. New administration 
facilities and a campground would be constructed, and improved 
facilities and activities would be provided at other sites throughout 
the park. Alternative B would promote wilderness values and restoration 
of natural ecosystem processes. Campsites and horse corrals would be 
closed and their sites revegetated. The limited amount of new 
construction would primarily support resource protection. Improvements 
in interpretation would be less extensive than in the preferred 
alternative. Alternative C would expand opportunities for visitors to 
enjoy a wider range of park settings. New park access and facility 
improvements would provide activities, interpretation, and visitor 
gateways to the interior of the park from the south and west, 
recreation opportunities for more diverse visitor groups, and improved 
administrative facilities.

    Dated: October 30, 2012.
John Wessels,
Regional Director, Intermountain Region, National Park Service.

    Editorial Note: This document was received at the Office of the 
Federal Register on June 11, 2013.

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