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"It's at our doorstep," said Fred ...
www.theworldlink.com, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
"It's at our doorstep," said Fred O'Ferrall, state chief for lands and minerals resources for the Bureau of Land Management, the federal steward for a quarter of all the land in Oregon.
The Salt Lake Tribune -- Utah's Statewide Newspaper
www.sltribune.com, 20 Mar 2004 [cached]
Fred O'Ferrall, associate manager for the BLM's Price office, said the project will cause minimal environmental harm, mainly because his agency will require Bill Barrett to perform a variety of measures designed to mitigate damage.
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O'Ferrall said less than one-third of one acre of land will be disturbed within the two proposed wilderness areas.
Walter Kessinger: Broken Links
walter.kessinger.com [cached]
Fred O'Ferrall, Associate Field Manager of the BLM: Seismic project strikes the right balance.
The Sun Advocate - Front Page News
www.sunad.com, 2 Nov 2004 [cached]
According to Fred O'Ferrall, associate field manager for the Price BLM, notice that the corporation was to be off the site by the winter closure date of Nov. 1 was clearly stated in the environmental assessment and decision record issued prior to the beginning of operations.
O'Ferrall said that groups can petition for an exception to closure and should do so at least 10 to 14 days prior to the closure date.
The request from BBC for exception was received on Oct. 28, two working days before the winter closure date, pointed out O'Ferrall.
A number of reasons led to the BLM's decision to deny BBC's request for exception, O'Ferrall indicated.He cited the early onset of wet winter weather and wildlife concerns as key to the BLM's denial.
O'Ferrall said two separate incidences of slide-offs from the Nine Mile Road showed that winter weather posed a public safety threat.
"Their own operations have clarified that this is a safety issue," he commented.
The location of the drilling is also considered to be a high value winter range for mule deer, stated O'Ferrall.Without access to the winter range, the mule deer would be forced to move into the critical area early and consume forage that was meant to last them through the late winter months.
O'Ferrall said feedback from the Division of Wildlife Resources regarding the area wildlife was also taken into account when the exception was reviewed.O'Ferrall said that BBC was given a 10-day extension to conclude operations after denial of the exception.
The BLM has also hired an ...
www.ecprogress.com, 24 April 2007 [cached]
The BLM has also hired an assistant field manager, Fred O'Ferrell, who comes from the Montana office.
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