Withdrawal of Decision to Implement Conservation Efforts for Arctic Grayling

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Withdrawal of Decision to Implement Conservation Efforts for Arctic Grayling

Withdrawal of Finding of No Significant Impact, Withdrawal of Environmental Action Statement, Withdrawal of Endangered Species Act Section 7 Section 7
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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Consultation, Withdrawal of Wilderness Act Minimum Requirements Analysis Determinations, Withdrawal of Findings Related to National Historic Preservation Act Compliance and Withdrawal of Decision to Implement Conservation Efforts for Arctic Grayling

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