NJ LMP Table of Contents

  1. Introduction 
  2. Background
    • History
    • Route of the Appalachian Trail
    • Land Ownership
    • Inventories
  3. Partnership and the Planning Process 
    • ORATMC Roles and Responsibilities
    • ATC Roles and Responsibilities
    • Agency Partners Roles and Responsibilities
    • Roles and Responsibilities of Other Parties 
  4. Issues and Policies - Physical Trail 
    • Trail Maintenance
    • Relocations 
    • Signs and Bulletin Boards
    • Exterior Corridor Boundary Surveying
    • Bridges and Stream Crossings 
    • Access Points, Trailheads and Parking 
    • Connecting and Side Trails 
    • Overnight Use - Shelters, Campsites and Privies
    • Drinking Water Supplies 
    • Measurement of Trail Use 
  5. Issues and Policies - Public Use, Information and Emergency Response
    • Emergency Planning and Coordination 
    • Special Events and Large Group Use 
    • Public Information and Education Programs 
    • Caretaker and Ridgerunner Programs 
  6. Issues and Policies - Conflicting Uses and Competing Uses 
    • Motorized and Mechanized Uses - ORVs, ATVs, 4WDs, Bicycles, Snowmobiles
    • Litter and Graffiti 
    • Hunting 
    • Horses and Pack Animals
    • Roads
    • Road Closures and Access Control 
    • Special/Multiple Uses
    • Utilities and Communications Facilities
    • Adjacent Land Use
    • Structures and Dams
    • Monitoring 
  7. Issues and Policies - Resource Management 
    • Open Areas and Vistas 
    • Timber Management
    • Pest Management 
    • Threatened and Endangered Species 
    • Wildlife 
    • Vegetation Management and Reclamation 
    • Cultural Resources 
    • Wilderness 
    • Special and Unique Areas 
    • Wetlands 
    • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Compliance 
  8. Annual and Long Range Plans 
  9. Appendices 
    • Glossary 
    • References 
    • Supplemental Documents
    • Cooperative Agreements and Memoranda of Understanding
    • Planning Cycle and Calendar
    • Current Contact List
    • Inventories
    • Maps 

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