2 edition of Public land policy in Hawaii: the multiple-use approach found in the catalog.
Public land policy in Hawaii: the multiple-use approach
William V. Frame
by Legislative Reference Bureau, University of Hawaii in Honolulu
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 65-88.
|Statement||[by] William V. Frame [and] Robert H. Horwitz.|
|Series||Report (University of Hawaii (Honolulu). Legislative Reference Bureau),, 1965, no. 1|
|Contributions||Horwitz, Robert H., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||KFH20 .H38 1965, no. 1, HD243.H3 .H38 1965, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 88 p.|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||66063964|
But ultimately a new public-land paradigm, not a recycled one, will probably be required to cut the Gordian knot. Over the years, our public-land policies have followed broader trends. In the 19th century, federal-land disposal via the Homestead Acts reflected the dominant classical-liberal ideas of the time and a belief in small government. Land-Use Policy One of the inputs to Federal level discussion of land use policy is the Public Land Law Review Commission that was instituted by law in A series of legislative proposals for national land use policy have resulted.
Over the last years, the Federal Government retained land to hold in trust for the people. The principle guiding public land policy was multiple use and sustainable yield. Public land was a resource to be used in maintaining our national health, environment, and wealth. Some time ago, we lost that vision and today we are paying the price. The disaster knowledge of diverse disciplines and professions is brought together in this book, with authors from social work, public health, community organizing, sociology, political science.
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FLPMA formalized the federal policy of retaining public lands in federal ownership, while providing for public land sales, exchanges and withdrawals. The Act requires management of public lands for multiple use and sustained yield, but it also requires management to protect certain values, including environmental and ecological values, and.
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Multiple use must be over a period long enough to experience the cycle of the seasons, that is, a year or more. There is federal law regarding this situation and the landowner could be sentenced to up to one year in jail and $1, fine. Under the Unlawful Inclosures Act 43 USC sectionIf the citizen blocked from trying to use the public lands feels compelled, they can file a citizen affidavit with the US Attorney’s Office in the proper district, and the United States is required by law to.
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