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Recreation Fee Demonstration Program--

Recreation Fee Demonstration Program--

your fees at work on the Lincoln National Forest

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in [Albuquerque, N.M.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National parks and reserves -- Fees -- United States,
  • Public lands -- Recreational use -- United States -- Costs,
  • Lincoln National Forest (N.M.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesYour fees at work on the Lincoln National Forest.
    Statementprepared by Forest Service, Southwestern Region.
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folded sheet (6 p.) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17837022M
    OCLC/WorldCa39922851

    The federal lands Recreation Fee Demonstration program was initially presented as a supplementary source of income for land managers to address the backlog of deferred maintenance. Twenty (20) distinct concerns regarding recreation fees were identified. Material on implementation of the Recreation Fee Demonstration Program was collected from each of the four administering agencies and examined to identify agency objectives or actions related to any of the identified public concerns or any of the guiding by:

    We're here to help you dream up your next trip, figure out the details, and reserve experiences at over 3, facilities and , individual sites across the country. There's something for everyone on , so get out there, experience America, and bring home a story! Access tools and. Among the report's major findings, aggregate visitation to Department of the Interior recreation sites in the Fee Demo program continues to be unaffected in any significant way by fees. Total visitation to Interior fee and non-fee sites has remained relatively constant at about million.

    News releases - Here you can view all National Park Service news releases, search by topic, or filter by park or office. DOI news releases - Our parent agency, the U.S. Department of the Interior, publishes news releases relating to national parks and other natural and cultural resource topics. Recreation Cost Recovery and Pricing Plan Each recreation activity area is assigned to one of 5 program groups based upon an assessment of its service and cost recover y values, Group 1 being comprised of the activities that tend more strongly toward servi ce values being of primary consideration, and Group 5 being composed ofFile Size: 51KB.


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RECREATION FEE DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM [United States Congress Senate Committee] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the implementation of the recreational fee demonstration program by the National Park Service (NPS), the Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), focusing on the: (1) implementation of the program and the fee revenues generated; (2) program's expenditures; (3) extent to which the.

purpose of both Fee-Demo and FLREA was the repeal of the 16USC l(6a) provi-sions, or so this author would contend.

Repeal of this provision would not only per-mit land managers to collect fees for a wider Privatization: An Overview 68 The George Wright Forum The Recreation Fee Demonstration Program and Beyond Scott SilverFile Size: 92KB.

PDF | Analyzes trends in favorable and unfavorable attitudes toward the Recreational Fee Demonstration Program (RFDP) on the national forests, updating | Find, read. THE PUBLIC DEBATE OVER THE RECREATION FEE DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM ON THE U.S.

NATIONAL FORESTS Abstract The Recreational Fee Demonstration Program (RFDP) is a pilot program authorized by Congress in The RFDP allows the USDA Forest Service, andthe USDI Park Service, Bureau of LandManagement, and Fish andWildlife Service to experiment with.

House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior and Related Agencies. Hearing Type: Oversight. The Recreation Fee Demonstration program actually helps ensure that federal agencies remain the managers of public lands. Under the program, fees are retained in the place in which they are collected to be used for improvements and maintenance of the land, facilities, and services.

(C) the expansion or limitation of the recreation fee program. (3) MEETINGSA Recreation Resource Advisory Committee shall meet at least annually, but may, at the discretion of the Secretary, meet as often as needed to deal with citizen concerns about the recreation fee program in a timely g: book.

Recreation Fee Demonstration Program authorized by Congress in to increase revenue and support site-specific projects within the USFS, BLM, FWS, and the NPS. The Recreation Fee Demonstration Program (RFDP) is a pilot program authorized by Congress in The RFDP allows the U.S.

Department of Agriculture Forest Service, and the United States Department of the Interior Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Fish and Wildlife Service to experiment with new or increased fees at up to This paper presents an updated analysis on the trends in favourable and unfavourable attitudes toward the Recreational Fee Demonstration Program (RFDP) on the national forests, updating an earlier study using computer content analysis of the public debate.

Approximately 65% of the attitudes toward the RFDP were favourable, comparable to the findings of survey by: 3. the Omnibus Appropriations bill for FY The Recreation Fee Program, created by the FLREA, replaces the Recreation Fee Demonstration Program.

All but one of the Fish and Wildlife Service sites that participated in the Recreation Fee Demonstration Program have transitioned into the new program and continue to collect entrance fees and other receipts.

All receipts are deposited into a. Get this from a library. Recreation fee pilot project: your fees at work: recreation fee demonstration program. [United States. Forest Service.;]. Recreational Fee Demonstration Program National Park Service - Bureau of Land Management Congress authorized the Recreational Fee Demonstration (Fee Demo) Program in to evaluate the feasibility of charging new or increased fees at recreation areas to enhance visitor enjoyment and protect area resources.

Four Federal land management agencies. Page 2 GAO Recreation Fees As the Recreational Fee Demonstration Program enters its seventh year, the fees continue to be controversial at some sites, and critics question the.

InCongress authorized the Recreation Fee Demonstration program (Fee Demo) through Public Law (as amended: 16 United States Code a), for the Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, and U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service. The. The recreation fee program is not new. All of the agencies with the exception of BOR had broad recreation fee authority under the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) Act of as well as under the Recreation Fee Demonstration Program (Fee Demo) launched in Some important distinctions distinguish FLREA from these earlier authorities.

Contact the Recreation Assistance Program and we will update your file. This is a requirement of the program. What is an Affiliated Minor Sport. Sports organizations that rent space (fields, arenas, and diamonds) from The City of Hamilton have the option to be affiliated with the City’s sport department.

Congress responded with legislation which authorized the Recreation Fee Demonstration Project. This legislation directed three other federal agencies (USDA Forest Service, BLM, and US Fish and Wildlife Service) to join the Park Service to "test the collection, retention, and reinvestment of new admission and user fees" at up to 50 selected.The Fee Demonstration Program is an experiment that is scheduled to end in Fretwell recommends that it be continued and expanded.

The current system of financing recreation on public lands, through taxes, has had a “detrimental impact on public lands,” says Fretwell. Testimony issued by the General Accounting Office with an abstract that begins "Sincefederal land management agencies have collected over $ million in recreation fees from the public under an experimental initiative called the Recreational Fee Demonstration Program.

The Forest Service's part was about $ million. The authority to collect these fees expires at the end of fiscal .