2 edition of State Trust Lands in the West found in the catalog.
State Trust Lands in the West
Peter W. Culp
February 28, 2005
by Lincoln Inst of Land Policy
Written in English
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NOTE: In order to reduce the spread of COVID (Coronavirus), the Department of Natural Resources is doing its part through social distancing in the workplace. Many of DNR's employees will work from home. However, DNR and the State Land Board will remain open for business to serve the people of Colorado, and are available through phone and email. The Division of Land Titles and Records (DLTR), and its 18 Land Titles and Records Offices (LTRO), are the official Federal offices-of-record for all documents affecting title to Indian lands, and for the determination, maintenance, and certified reporting of land title ownership and encumbrance on Indian trust and restricted lands.
History of Public Lands Federal ownership of large tracts of land goes back to the founding of the United States. As part of the formation of the nation, the original 13 colonies turned over the lands west of the Appalachian Mountains and east of the Mississippi River to the federal government. 3 The federal government then used that land to form new states and encourage settlement and. The current inventory of State Trust Lands includes million acres representing almost 13% of the State (Figure 2). The ASLD Minerals Section manages the exploration, development, and leasing of mineral products on State Trust Land. We are not a regulatory agency, but a department guided by our fiduciary responsibilities to the Trust.
SECTION 1. (a) There is hereby granted and conveyed in trust to the City of Long Beach in the County of Los Angeles all the right, title, and interest of the State of California in certain trust lands, acquired and held by the state, subject to the common law public trust and the city’s statutory trust, pursuant to the agreement that was approved as Calendar Item of the J 6th Principal Meridian Sections run Townships run 12 North - 57 North Ranges run from 60 West - West Example: Enter 14 into Township and into Range (important do not enter a direction when searching the 6th P.M.).: Wind River Meridian.
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Management of state trust lands in the West, explores the challenges facing trust managers in this changing landscape, and highlights opportunities for improving and adapting trust management while honoring the unique purpose of these lands and their singular fiduciary mandate. As an intern with the Sonoran Institute’s State Trust Lands Project, she conducted research on issues related to the management of state trust lands.
Alison Berry is the energy and economics specialist at the Sonoran Institute, where her work focuses on land use issues in the West. Institute’s State Trust Lands Project, where she conducted research on issues related to the management of state trust lands.
She holds a J.D. State Trust Lands in the West book the University of Arizona and a B.S. in ecology and evolutionary biology from the University of Arizona. Fiduciary Duty in a Changing Landscape State Trust Lands in the West.
Community forest trust lands are different from other state trust lands that DNR manages for the long-term benefit of the trust, where revenue generation is the primary focus.
In contrast, community forests can be managed for other benefits, including watershed protection, recreation, fish and wildlife habitat, grazing, and timber production. The Washington Trust Lands Habitat Conservation Plan is an extensive, multi-year agreement with the federal government that guides DNR’s revenue-producing activities on forested trust lands in western Washington while protecting habitat for at-risk species, such as the northern spotted owl.
In addition to meeting, monitoring and reporting its performance with conservation plan goals, DNR’s. A valuable resource for state trust managers and policy makers, it offers information on how to better monetize conservation activity and satisfy trust goals.
About the Author Susan Culp was the project manager for Western Lands and Communities, a joint program of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the Sonoran Institute.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Culp, Peter W. State trust lands in the West. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, © The Florida Department of Environmental Protections Division of State Lands is Floridas lead agency for environmental management and stewardship, serving as staff to the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund (Governor and Cabinet).
As such, the divisions role goes far beyond just acquiring lands for protection. It provides oversight for the management of. A Recreational Use License is still required for recreational use of state trust lands enrolled in these areas. Overnight use (camping) on leased or licensed state land outside of a designated campground is allowed within feet of a customary access point but is limited to two consecutive days.
(c) “Public trust doctrine” means the common law doctrine, as enunciated by the court in National Audubon Society v. Superior Court () 33 Cal.3d and other relevant judicial decisions, specifying the state’s authority as sovereign to exercise a continuous supervision and control over the navigable waters of the state, the lands underlying those waters, and nonnavigable tributaries.
Get this from a library. State Trust Lands in the West, Updated Edition: Fiduciary Duty in a Changing Landscape. [Peter W Culp; Andy Laurenzi; Cynthia C Tuell] -- This comprehensive report offers state trust land managers the latest strategies andtools for asset management, residential and commercial development, conservation use, and collaborative planning.
Many users of State Trust Lands have been negatively impacted by the COVID virus. Thus, the Board of Land Commissioners has asked the Office of State Lands and Investments (OSLI) to work with its land users to determine if any administrative relief exists on a case by case basis.
The most commonly hunted public lands in Minnesota are state wildlife management areas (WMAs), state forests, national forests and federal waterfowl production areas (WPAs). State lands Wildlife management areas (WMAs): Minnesota's 1, WMAs are wetlands, uplands, or woods owned and managed for wildlife by the Department of Natural Resources.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is a nationally recognized leader in conservation, outdoor recreation and wildlife management. The agency manages 42 state parks, all of Colorado's wildlife, more than state wildlife areas and a host of recreational programs.
CPW issues hunting and fishing licenses, conducts research to improve wildlife management activities, protects high priority wildlife.
Nearlyacres, or at least % of land within Oregon’s boundaries, are held in trust by the federal government or are designated reservation lands. Tribal governments have the authority to decide their own membership qualifications and have a right to exclude individuals from their reservations.
State trust lands are considered private property and are managed by the State Land Board, or the SLB. Approximately 95% of Colorado’s SLB lands are managed as part of the state School Trust, while the rest are distributed across seven other trusts.
West Virginia Code: Search Chapter 37 OR CONVICTS, AND LANDS HELD IN TRUST. § Renewal of lease by or to persons under disability. Where an infant, insane person, or convict is entitled to or bound to renew any lease, any person on behalf of such infant, insane person, or convict, or any person interested, may apply by petition or.
Each western state also received federal "public land" as trust lands designated for specific beneficiaries, which the States are to manage as a condition to acceptance into the union. Those trust lands cannot any longer be considered public lands as allowing any benefits to the "public" would be in breach of loyalty to the specific beneficiaries.
The Public Lands History book series seeks to publish books that deal broadly and expansively with the history of public lands in the United States and elsewhere. The series seeks manuscripts about the diverse array of public lands that illuminate the history of the relationship between humans, their cultures and economies, and non-human nature.
Welcome to the Colorado State Board of Land Commissioners (CSLB) Geographic Information System Web Mapping Application. This application provides access to CSLB land ownership, lease, special management area and right-of-way information.
The various datasets can be used as a resource for understanding more about state trust lands management, such as. State trust lands are owned by public entities, but they aren’t “public” the way federal lands are. Most states don’t have to manage them for multiple uses, so there’s no guarantee of.Te purpose of this report is to compare state and federal land management in the West.
In particular, we examine the revenues and expenditures associated with federal land management and compare them with state trust land management in four western states: Montana, Idaho, New Mexico, and Arizona.Laws on the Lands The concept of state trust lands originated with the General Land Ordinance ofeven before the U.S.
constitution was adopted. State trust lands, at the time, were termed school land policy. After the Virginia land cession inCongress announced two formulas for governing the lands.