NFMA

AcronymDefinition
NFMANational Forest Management Act of 1976
NFMANational Federation of Municipal Analysts
NFMANeighborhood Farmers Market Alliance (Seattle, WA)
NFMANational Flea Market Association
NFMANorthern Fishery Management Area
NFMANational Facility Management Association (now International Facility Management Association)
NFMANorsk Forening for Medisinsk Akupunktur (Norway)
NFMANew Forest Marathon Association (UK)
NFMANorthumberland Farmers' Markets Association (UK)
NFMANonprofit Fiscal Managers Association
NFMAnon-functional masticatory activity
NFMAnonfunctioning macroadenoma
NFMANorthwest Feed Manufacturers Association (Minnetonka, MN)
NFMANorth Fuji Maneuver Area
NFMANational Financial Management Authority (Sweden)
NFMANational Fan Manufacturers Association
NFMANigeria Federal Ministry of Aviation
NFMANetherlands Facility Management Association
NFMANumber of Foreign Methods Accessed
NFMANevada Facilities Managers Association
NFMANepal Flour Mills Association
NFMANew Finance and Management Accounting
NFMANew Forest Management Act
NFMANational Food Manufacturers Association
NFMANortheast Financial Management Associates (North Haven, CT)
NFMANational Fireplace Manufacturers Association (UK)
NFMANational Furniture Manufacturers Association (Ireland)
NFMANeedleloom Felt Manufacturers Association (UK)
NFMANeuroanatomical Foundational Model of Anatomy
NFMANational French Mondain Association
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284) On the NFMA claims, the Court concluded that the agency had not abused its discretion in concluding that the historic preservation plan was not a significant amendment as it impacted only 1.
The good news is that by complying with NFMA and honoring the promises Congress made to sustain our communities and our industry, we can have viable timber manufacturing businesses for the next thirty years, at which time there will be more young-growth acreage, the existing young-growth stands will have doubled or tripled in volume, and the young-growth trees will be much larger and more valuable for the sawmills than they are now.
Alaska has filed pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act (126) and the Declaratory Judgment Act, (127) alleging violations of ANILCA, the Tongass Timber Reform Act, the Wilderness Act, NFMA, NEPA, MUSYA, the Organic Administration Act, and the Administrative Procedure Act.
153) The district court relied heavily on the Kootenai decision, which found that the Roadless Rule was much more protective of natural resources than the NFMA planning process it replaced, indicating that a return to NFMA would be a substantive as well as a procedural change.
By the early 1990s, federal judges were being called upon to compel the Forest Service to obey the law, especially the wildlife protection provisions of NFMA and its 1982 forest planning rules.
As it did in NFMA, Congress in FLPMA incorporated the principles of multiple use management from the 1960 Multiple-Use Sustained Yield Act (MUSYA) into its management requirements.
NFMA itself simply states that the Forest Service must provide for "public participation in the planning for and management of the National Forest System.
The NFMA was the first law passed by Congress specifically addressing the issue of biological diversity.
Consequently, the Ninth Circuit held that, because Wild Swan failed to show that there was a likelihood of success or even a serious question on the merits of its NFMA claims, the district court did not abuse its discretion by denying a preliminary injunction.