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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
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NFMANorthwest Feed Manufacturers Association (Minnetonka, MN)
NFMANumber of Foreign Methods Accessed
NFMANigeria Federal Ministry of Aviation
NFMANetherlands Facility Management Association
NFMANorth Fuji Maneuver Area
NFMANational Financial Management Authority (Sweden)
NFMANevada Facilities Managers Association
NFMANational Fan Manufacturers Association
NFMANew Finance and Management Accounting
NFMANational Food Manufacturers Association
NFMANew Forest Management Act
NFMANepal Flour Mills Association
NFMANortheast Financial Management Associates (North Haven, CT)
NFMANational Fireplace Manufacturers Association (UK)
NFMANational Furniture Manufacturers Association (Ireland)
NFMANeedleloom Felt Manufacturers Association (UK)
NFMANational French Mondain Association
NFMANeuroanatomical Foundational Model of Anatomy
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(71) Under the NFMA, Congress "delegates substantial autonomy to the [Forest Service] in many of its important responsibilities....
The Court assumed that NFMA and FLPMA would preempt state statutes determining the land use for a particular area of federal land; it held nonetheless that state laws that impose reasonable environmental regulations are not preempted by those federal laws, because Congress did not enact the Mining Law with the expectation that it would prevent state and local regulation of mining practices.
NFMA prohibits the harvest of national forest timber prior to the timber reaching 95 percent of its maximum growth potential (about ninety to one hundred years on the Tongass).
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.
Congress, in turn, has established certain avenues for participatory democracy in the public lands arena, including statutes like the NEPA, the NFMA and the FLPMA.
Accordingly, IRA policy could be set by a new Forest Service directive, congressional action to direct management, or reversion to the pre-2001 planning requirements from NFMA. Section II.D argues that congressional action is unlikely due to current priorities and localized opposition to strict conservation measures, and that NFMA alone will leave roadless areas vulnerable to encroachment and development.
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." (96) Before Lyng, agency regulations required that Indian tribes be notified when tribal lands or treaty rights were expected to be impacted by Forest Service decisions, and the regulations stated that the agency was to "coordinate regional and forest planning with the equivalent and related planning efforts of ...
Like other environmental laws of the 1970s, RPA and NFMA sought to ground the management of the national forests -- covering almost 10 percent of the land area of the United States -- in a rational, scientific process.
NFMA identifies the forest planning process as the tool to allocate different lands to different management prescriptions.