Programmatic Informal Consultation With The Federal Highway Admin.pdf

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Programmatic Informal Consultation With The Federal Highway Admin.pdf

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Section 7 Consultation The Endangered Species Act (ESA) directs all Federal agencies to work to conserve endangered and threatened species and to use their authorities to further the purposes of the Act. Section 7 of the Act, called "Interagency Cooperation," is the mechanism by which Federal agencies ensure the actions they take, including those they fund or authorize, do not jeopardize the existence of any listed species.

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of the Endangered Species Act of 1973, this programmatic informal consultation documents  the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s assessment of regularly conducted Federal Highways Administration actions as part of either  preservation, construction or reconstruction, or maintenance programs. All work will be conducted within the existing roadways, within the shoulder, or adjacent to the paved portion within the right of way within the State of Hawaiʻi.

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