REVOLUTIONARY WAR AND WAR OF 1812 BATTLEFIELD PROTECTION ACT; Congressional Record Vol. 155, No. 48
(Senate - March 19, 2009)

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      REVOLUTIONARY WAR AND WAR OF 1812 BATTLEFIELD PROTECTION ACT

  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Under the previous order, the Senate will 
resume consideration of H.R. 146, which the clerk will report by title.
  The legislative clerk read as follows:

       A bill (H.R. 146) to establish a battlefield acquisition 
     grant program for the acquisition and protection of 
     nationally significant battlefields and associated sites of 
     the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, and for other 
     purposes.

  Pending:

       Bingaman amendment No. 684, in the nature of a substitute.
       Coburn amendment No. 682 (to amendment No. 684), to protect 
     scientists and visitors to Federal lands from unfair 
     penalties for collecting insignificant rocks.
       Coburn amendment No. 677 (to amendment No. 684), to require 
     Federal agencies to determine on an annual basis the quantity 
     of land that is owned by each Federal agency and the cost to 
     taxpayers of the ownership of the land.
       Coburn amendment No. 683 (to amendment No. 684), to 
     prohibit funding for congressional earmarks for wasteful and 
     parochial pork projects.

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  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Oregon is recognized.
  Mr. WYDEN. Madam President, I rise today to urge colleagues to 
support Chairman Bingaman on the upcoming amendments and to speak in 
favor of this extraordinarily important public lands package.
  This legislation would designate over 2 million acres of our great 
country as wilderness, surpassing the wilderness acreage designated by 
the last three sessions combined. The wilderness protected in this bill 
spans nine States, including my home State of Oregon. In addition, it 
adds close to 1,100 miles to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System 
in seven States--again including Oregon.
  It is going to allow for much needed upgrades to national trails, 
monuments, national conservation areas, oceans, the National Landscape 
Conservation System, forest landscape restoration, and water resources. 
Most significantly, the bills contained in this legislation would serve 
to protect our public lands from encroachment and preserve them for 
future generations to cherish and enjoy.
  The legislation includes provisions that are very near and dear to 
our country but especially to Oregonians. It includes the Lewis and 
Clark Mount Hood Wilderness Act of 2007, the Copper Salmon Wilderness 
Act, the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Voluntary and Equitable 
Grazing Conflict Resolution Act, the Oregon Badlands Wilderness Act of 
2008, and the Spring Basin Wilderness Act of 2008.
  Today, I also wish to say that it is important to protect these 
special places because it will also be good for our economy to go 
forward with this legislation. This is legislation that is important to 
do whether we are in good times or in bad times--whether the economy is 
weak or strong. Because the nation's public lands of course, have 
enduring benefits, benefits we are going to pass on to our children 
long after these challenging days become a footnote in our country's 
history. So protecting public lands is a smart thing to do, and it is 
especially important given the significant economic benefits you will 
see generated by this legislation. And there are many that know, this 
is also a smart thing to be doing in a recession because our public 
lands--accessible to all for free or for a small fee--are where 
America's families turn for affordable recreation. And that recreation 
in turn, fuels the economy in many communities that rely on our 
nation's public lands.
  Appreciating the outdoors is not just a passion for Oregonians and 
the people of our country, it is also an economic engine, which is more 
urgently needed than ever in these challenging economic times. It is 
certainly an economic engine in my State, where the unemployment rate 
is over 10 percent.
  So passing this legislation isn't just the right thing to do 
morally--it is the right thing to do economically.
  In these times, folks have been losing their jobs. They do not know 
where their next job is going to come from. The fact is, there are 
significant economic benefits through recreation generated by this 
legislation. The Outdoor Industry Association, which closely tracks 
American's use of the outdoors and all the economic engine that 
encourages, has found recently that American's participation in outdoor 
activities increased in 2007 to 50 percent.
  They found that the national active outdoor recreation economy 
contributes $730 billion annually to our Nation's economy; it supports 
nearly 6.5 million jobs; it generates $49 billion in annual national 
tax revenue; and produces almost $300 billion annually in retail sales 
and services across the country. In Oregon, it contributes more than 
$5.8 billion annually to Oregon's economy.
  So outdoor recreation, what this legislation is going to promote, is 
a huge economic bonanza for our Nation. I can tell you, because 
colleagues have asked about Oregon, one of the national treasures this 
bill would protect, Mt. Hood, has had a banner skiing season. The 
Forest Service estimates visitation to the Mt. Hood National Forest is 
more than 2 million visitors a year, making it one of the most popular 
in our country.
  Some other areas that we protect in this bill, the Badlands and 
Spring Basin are near Central Oregon--a region that has a well-earned 
reputation as a hub for diverse outdoor recreation. They are also on 
Bureau of Land Management Lands, ``BLM.'' The BLM estimated that in 
Oregon alone, BLM lands had 8.3 million recreation visits. Those visits 
brought people, jobs and investment to the surrounding towns.
  The same is true in the other two areas this legislation would 
protect--the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument, where we would create 
a new 23,000 acre Soda Mountain Wilderness and Copper Salmon, where 
fishermen from all over the country journey to fish in one of the last 
intact watersheds on the southwestern Oregon Coast.
  A number of Senators have worked hard to make this legislation 
possible. I wish to thank them. And certainly Michele Miranda in our 
office, Mary Gautreaux, and my chief of staff, Josh Kardon, who has 
tried for years and years to bring together community leaders, all 
deserve special credit.
  We have gems in this legislation that are going to make for 
recreational industry meccas. I hope that all colleagues will support 
Chairman Bingaman when the amendments come up and ultimately support 
this legislation. We ought to pass this legislation. It is time to do 
it for millions of Americans and for future generations enjoying these 
great treasures, and we ought to do it because this legislation will 
also help stoke the economic engine for our country.
  I know colleagues are waiting too. I wish to thank Chairman Bingaman 
for this opportunity to speak. I urge all colleagues to support 
Chairman Bingaman with respect to these amendments and get this bill 
passed in the Senate today.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, how much time remains in opposition to 
this first amendment?
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. There is 10 minutes remaining. The Senator 
from New Mexico has 4 minutes and the Senator from Oklahoma has 10 
minutes.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Let me take 2 of the 4 minutes because I know my 
colleague from Alaska was hoping to speak also. If she arrives, I will 
yield that time to her. If she does not, I will reclaim it.
  Mr. MARTINEZ. Madam President, I was under the impression that I 
would be allowed to speak in opposition to amendment No. 683 as well.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. That amendment is not the first amendment to 
be voted on.
  Mr. COBURN. Madam President, since I am controlling the remaining 10 
minutes, I would be happy to yield to the Senator from Florida 2 
minutes of that time.
  Mr. MARTINEZ. I understand it is not the first amendment. Will there 
be an opportunity to speak in opposition to the amendment prior to that 
vote?
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. There will be 4 minutes of debate evenly 
divided.
  Mr. MARTINEZ. If I might suggest, through the chair, that the Senator 
from New Mexico go on and take his time. I will yield time to the 
Senator from Florida.


                           Amendment No. 677

  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, let me go ahead and briefly describe 
my reasons for urging we not support this first amendment. This first 
amendment is an amendment Senator Coburn offered and is very nearly 
identical to an amendment he offered to the Consolidated Natural 
Resources Act of 2008. That was the package of public land bills the 
House sent us that year.
  Most of the Senate voted against the amendment. I hope they will 
again. The amendment required the Director of the Office of Management 
and Budget to post an annual report on the Internet detailing a great 
deal of information about lands owned by the Government: buildings, 
structures on those lands, extensive information on which are used, 
which are not used, the cost of operation of those lands, and those 
structures estimated backlog for maintenance of various structures of 
the agencies.
  The issue the Senator is trying to get at was dealt with in the 
previous administration, when President Bush issued Executive Order 
13327. Therein, he set up the Federal Real Property Council, a Federal 
real property council, that has, as its job, tracking asset management, 
inventory of assets, setting up systems to do that, working

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under the auspices of the General Services Administration; the 
Government Accountability Office or the General Services 
Administration.
  I believe that is a much better thought-through way to proceed with 
this. The cost of this amendment would be fairly extensive. We do not 
have an exact estimate, but we have been told there are 1.2 billion 
pieces of real property or real property assets worldwide, over 636 
million acres of land we are talking about here, that would have to be 
inventoried and reported on in an updated fashion every year. So this 
is an extensive undertaking.
  Madam President, how much time remains on my side?
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from New Mexico has 1 minute 
remaining.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. I withhold my time until the Senator from Alaska can 
have a chance to get her thoughts together.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Oklahoma is recognized.
  Mr. COBURN. Madam President, I yield 3 minutes to the Senator from 
Florida.


                           Amendment No. 683

  Mr. MARTINEZ. I thank the Senator from Oklahoma for yielding.
  I rise in opposition to his very amendment, which shows why I often 
find myself in agreement with the Senator from Oklahoma, because of his 
kind nature to allow me to do this in opposition to his very amendment.
  While I often find myself in agreement with him, in this instance I 
must depart and not concur. The amendment is not well founded. It is 
trying to strike the authorization for the St. Augustine 450th 
Commemoration Commission Act. This is a commemoration of 450 years of 
the first European settlement on the North American Continent, the 
first in the continental United States.
  St. Augustine was founded by the Spanish a full 50 years before 
Jamestown. We created, in the year 2000, a commission to commemorate 
that event, the 400th anniversary of Jamestown. Likewise, this one is 
identically patterned to that. It is the same thing. But here is the 
significance and importance of it. Our Hispanic heritage in this 
country, which necessarily is of more and more importance to many of 
us, is something we ought to recognize and celebrate.
  How many young Hispanic children do not have the heritage or the 
foundational heritage to understand their culture and their proud 
heritage, and how many of them would benefit by understanding that this 
celebration is about them. It is about their heritage and their 
heritage in this very country of ours.
  It is the oldest permanent settlement in the United States, St. 
Augustine, FL. It is the birthplace of Christianity. It is in St. 
Augustine, FL, that the first Christian Catholic mass took place. It is 
the first blending of cultures. It was a place that was at times 
Spanish, it was then English, it was then French. It has Native 
American influence as well as African-American influences as well. The 
first free Black settlement in North American was in St. Augustine.
  Nearly a century before the founding of Jamestown, Spanish explorer 
Juan Ponce de Leon landed on the coast of St. Augustine looking for the 
fabled Fountain of Youth, but instead he founded a colony known as La 
Florida.
  Because of St. Augustine's location along strategic trade routes, 
Spain constructed the Castillo do San Marco in 1672 to protect the 
capital of La Florida from the French and the British interests. That 
castle, which was later rebuilt, still stands today and is a terrific 
tourist attraction.
  Florida is not only going to celebrate this for Florida's sake, but 
this is a national celebration. There are over 70 million visitors to 
our State of Florida every year. Many of them will find their way to 
St. Augustine, and, of course, countless others throughout and around 
our country will celebrate this anniversary by seeing the celebrations 
on television and in other ways.
  It is an important linkage to our Hispanic heritage, and so I urge my 
colleagues to vote in opposition to this amendment and support the 
bill.
  I yield the floor.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Oklahoma.
  Mr. COBURN. Madam President, I wish to rebut some of what the Senator 
from New Mexico said in terms of the real property reform.
  What you heard in his statements is a profound admission that we do 
not have the information right now. We do not have it. We have over 650 
million acres of land, we have over 21,000 empty buildings now that we 
know of. That is just a guess.
  How, in a time when we are going to run a $2.2 trillion deficit this 
year, can we say we do not want the tools to manage the real property 
in this country. The Executive order has not done it. It was basically 
about buildings, Federal buildings.
  I worked with the OMB on that 3 years ago to set that up. Much to the 
avail, we now know we have the 21,000 buildings, but the Senate 
continues to block any real property reform so we cannot get some of 
the $18 billion we are wasting every year on those 21,000 buildings. We 
cannot get any of them sold; we cannot dispose of any of them; we 
cannot even raze any of the ones that need to be razed.
  The very fact that we would oppose having the information we need to 
make real decisions, frugal financial decisions with America's taxpayer 
dollars, at a time when we are in an economic malaise, and have a 
deficit that is going to be $6,000 to $7,000 per every individual in 
this country is amazing to me.
  This requires 1 year of hard work and requires very little work 
anyway after that. So it is not an onerous task. But even if it were an 
onerous task, the thing we ought to be doing is getting the information 
with which to make good management decisions, which we continue to not 
want to have, so it can be an excuse so we can do what we want to do 
without knowing what the facts are.
  Nobody would run any organization without trying to know about their 
assets. Yet we are going to refuse to list out and know what we own, 
where it is, where we are behind, what needs to get fixed, and what 
does not need to get fixed.
  Common sense would dictate that if, in fact, you have a large number 
of assets and a limited budget, and it is going to get more limited as 
the years progress given the tremendous borrowing, the tremendous 
taxing that is getting ready to come about in this country, common 
sense would suggest we know what we are doing and that we have the 
information with which to make good decisions.
  To defeat this amendment says we want to continue to go on blindly; 
we do not want to have the information at our fingertips with which to 
make good, informed decisions about where to put taxpayer dollars. The 
very fact that the GAO now says we have between a $13 and $19 billion 
backlog just on structures in national parks and that the Department of 
the Interior is so far behind and is growing about $400 million every 6 
months in terms of its backlog and for us to not know what is there and 
what should be prioritized to me is the height of foolishness.
  So we can defeat this amendment, and we can continue to go on 
blindly, making poor decisions because we are not making them within 
the perspective of the complete knowledge of what we own, what is 
important, and what should be prioritized. The Senate continues to 
refuse to prioritize its spending. The whole purpose behind this 
amendment is to give us the knowledge with which to make those 
decisions. But our political nature tells us we want an excuse so we do 
not have to make those good decisions. We do not want to have the 
information.
  Consequently, we put the credit card in, we spend money not wisely, 
not fiscally responsibly, and we charge it to our grandkids. At some 
point in time it has to stop. Now, it is probably not going to stop 
with this amendment. But you would not run your personal household this 
way. If you had your own business, you would never run it this way. You 
would never want your city government to not know what it owned and 
what its backlogs were, you would have an accounting.
  States do not do that. But we do that, and we do it at our own 
convenience, which I think is a shame. It belies our responsibility to 
future generations. It also belies the fact that we need the capability 
to make the tough choices. Not having this information means we will 
continue to make

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choices that are politically expedient but are policy poor and policy 
foolish.
  So I understand--actually I do not understand. Let me correct that. I 
do not understand why somebody would not want this information, and 
why--even though it is hard to get the first year, why we would not 
want it.
  Now, 100 percent of the Senators agreed we ought to have the Federal 
Financial and Transparency Act where we put online where we are 
spending the money, 100 percent of us. We thought that was a good deal. 
Here is another step toward transparency we can make that will give us 
information, give the American people the information to judge us.
  If we are going to put X money on a certain project, they ought to be 
able to see it in relationship to everything else we are doing. We are 
going to refuse to do that. I don't understand why. I don't have a clue 
to understand why we would not want factual information with which to 
make priority decisions in terms of the Department of Interior and in 
terms of national parks and forestland. It belies any sense of reality 
and any connection with common sense that we would refuse to do that.
  I retain the remainder of my time.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Alaska is recognized.
  Ms. MURKOWSKI. Madam President, I do not disagree with my colleague 
from Oklahoma that we should, as the Federal Government, know more 
about our assets, know more about our land and buildings, what it costs 
to manage and maintain them, to operate these properties. It is a 
reasonable request. Where he is going with this is something we should 
be working together to develop and perhaps refine the concept of what 
he is asking for through a freestanding bill. My concern with the 
amendment, as it is now, is that we have to make sure as we gain this 
information, we have a way to protect it. Right now it would be the 
Office of Management and Budget that has sole responsibility for making 
decisions in terms of military intelligence, Department of Energy 
facilities, and what gets included within public reports. That concerns 
me and, therefore, I will be objecting to the amendment.


                           Amendment No. 677

  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Under the previous order, there will now be 4 
minutes of debate equally divided prior to a vote on amendment No. 677 
offered by the Senator from Oklahoma, Mr. Coburn.
  The Senator from Oklahoma.
  Mr. COBURN. Let me answer my colleague. There is an exception in this 
bill for anything of national intelligence or confidence, that it 
should not be related to the general public. It is already in there. So 
there is no problem where we would expose things we should not. It has 
been covered in the amendment. If Members truly believe we need to have 
the information, they need to be voting for the amendment. This is a 
wise approach to give us information we need to make cogent decisions.
  I retain the remainder of my time.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Who yields time?
  The Senator from New Mexico.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, I yield myself 1 minute.
  Let me speak on that one issue. I think my colleague from Alaska is 
correct, this does involve a change in current law. It says that the 
decision as to what affects national security will be made by OMB for 
purposes of this inventory and display. It will not be made by agencies 
such as the Department of Defense, CIA, Department of Energy, and 
others that currently make those decisions. That is a mistake. It also 
specifies that items can be left out for national security reasons. The 
Executive order made clear that items could also be left out or should 
be left out if they involved foreign policy issues or safety issues for 
the public.
  The amendment is not consistent with what I believe we ought to be 
doing in this area. I urge colleagues to oppose it.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Alaska.
  Ms. MURKOWSKI. To follow up with the Senator from New Mexico, we do 
recognize there is political sensitivity when we are asking for 
information regarding the military, our intelligence and security 
information. We want to make sure there are protections there. The 
Senator from Oklahoma is correct that there is that provision in the 
bill. But what it does is, it gives the Office of Management and Budget 
the authority to make the determination as to what will be included in 
this public report. I would be far more comfortable if it were the 
Department of Defense that made that determination, not the Office of 
Management and Budget. Again, the Senator from Oklahoma is correct in 
pushing us to look to make sure that we know where our assets are and 
how much it costs to operate and maintain and manage them. We should be 
looking to that in the future.
  I will be opposing the amendment.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Oklahoma.
  Mr. COBURN. Madam President, that argument rings hollow. The two of 
you sitting right there have the power to amend and change this and fix 
it with what your concerns are. It hasn't been offered once. You say 
you are for it. You have the power to change it to meet what you think 
are problems with the amendment. Yet there has been no offer to do 
that. That says one of two things: Either you don't want us to have 
this information or you are claiming a false claim that there is a 
defect with the amendment. You have every ability to change this, offer 
an amendment, modify it with my consent to meet your needs, but it has 
never been offered. The real fact is, we don't want the information. We 
can't manage 650-plus million acres; we can't manage millions of 
facilities without the information. We are going to sit here in the 
dark of night and continue to throw darts, missing the dart board all 
the time with what we do when we don't have this information.
  I yield back the balance of my time and ask for the yeas and nays.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Is there a sufficient second?
  There is not a sufficient second at this time.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. I move to table the amendment and ask for the yeas and 
nays.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Is there a sufficient second?
  There appears to be.
  The clerk will call the roll.
  The assistant legislative clerk called the roll.
  Mr. DURBIN. I announce that the Senator from Massachusetts (Mr. 
Kennedy) and the Senator from Minnesota (Ms. Klobuchar) are necessarily 
absent.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Are there any other Senators in the Chamber 
desiring to vote?
  The result was announced--yeas 58, nays 39, as follows:

                      [Rollcall Vote No. 104 Leg.]

                                YEAS--58

     Akaka
     Alexander
     Baucus
     Bayh
     Begich
     Bennet
     Bingaman
     Boxer
     Brown
     Burris
     Byrd
     Cantwell
     Cardin
     Carper
     Casey
     Conrad
     Dodd
     Dorgan
     Durbin
     Feingold
     Feinstein
     Gillibrand
     Hagan
     Harkin
     Inouye
     Johnson
     Kaufman
     Kerry
     Kohl
     Landrieu
     Lautenberg
     Leahy
     Levin
     Lieberman
     Lincoln
     Martinez
     Menendez
     Merkley
     Mikulski
     Murkowski
     Murray
     Nelson (FL)
     Nelson (NE)
     Pryor
     Reed
     Reid
     Rockefeller
     Sanders
     Schumer
     Shaheen
     Stabenow
     Tester
     Udall (CO)
     Udall (NM)
     Warner
     Webb
     Whitehouse
     Wyden

                                NAYS--39

     Barrasso
     Bennett
     Bond
     Brownback
     Bunning
     Burr
     Chambliss
     Coburn
     Cochran
     Collins
     Corker
     Cornyn
     Crapo
     DeMint
     Ensign
     Enzi
     Graham
     Grassley
     Gregg
     Hatch
     Hutchison
     Inhofe
     Isakson
     Johanns
     Kyl
     Lugar
     McCain
     McCaskill
     McConnell
     Risch
     Roberts
     Sessions
     Shelby
     Snowe
     Specter
     Thune
     Vitter
     Voinovich
     Wicker

                             NOT VOTING--2

     Kennedy
     Klobuchar
  The motion was agreed to.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, I move to reconsider the vote, and I 
move to lay that motion on the table.
  The motion to lay on the table was agreed to.


                           Amendment No. 682

  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Under the previous order, there will now be 4 
minutes of debate equally divided prior to a vote on amendment No. 682 
offered by the Senator from Oklahoma, Mr. Coburn.

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  The Senator from New Mexico is recognized.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, this amendment No. 682 is one I have 
advised the Senator from Oklahoma is acceptable to Senators on this 
side of the aisle.
  Let me briefly describe what it does. It would modify the underlying 
provisions of the substitute amendment dealing with the protection of 
fossil resources on Federal land by making three changes. First, the 
underlying bill says the Secretary of the Interior or the Secretary of 
Agriculture may allow casual collecting of common fossils without a 
permit for personal use. That is consistent with the management 
policies of the Federal land in question. The Coburn amendment says it 
requires that the two Secretaries allow that casual collecting for 
personal use. Secondly, the Coburn amendment would remove a provision 
that would have authorized agencies under some circumstances to acquire 
new lands. Finally, the amendment removes a provision in the underlying 
bill that would have authorized forfeiture of any vehicle or equipment 
used by someone illegally removing fossil resources.
  I think all three of these changes improve the bill and I support the 
amendment. I believe we can act on this with a voice vote, but I will 
leave it to the Senator from Oklahoma to make his statement.
  Mr. COBURN. Madam President, the chairman is correct. I will gladly 
accept a voice vote.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Is there further debate on the amendment?
  If not, the question is on agreeing to the amendment.
  The amendment (No. 682) was agreed to.


                           Amendment No. 683

  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Under the previous order, there will now be 4 
minutes of debate equally divided prior to a vote on amendment No. 683 
offered by the Senator from Oklahoma, Mr. Coburn.
  Who yields time?
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, we yield 2 minutes in opposition to 
this amendment to Senator Feinstein from California.
  Mrs. FEINSTEIN. Madam President, I thank the manager of the bill.
  The Coburn amendment would destroy a court-approved settlement of an 
18-year legal battle involving the release of water from the Friant 
Dam, from which 15,000 farmers get their water over the restoration of 
salmon in the San Joaquin Valley. The agreement is agreed upon by the 
Governor of California, the Department of the Interior, the Bureau of 
Reclamation, the water contractors. It has a broad consensus. The 
reason is because the belief is--and my belief is--that the Federal 
Government has lost the case and, therefore, the judge would order a 
huge release of water from this dam which would provide a lack of 
certainty for the farmers and would not provide for the salmon 
restoration.
  The distinguished Senator from Oklahoma has argued against the 
settlement agreement--court approved--by saying its goal is 500 fish. 
Its goal is not 500 fish; it is 30,000. It is to restore a historic 
salmon fishery.
  Secondly, under the settlement, the State of California relieves the 
Federal Government of a number of payments: $200 million from the 
State, and the water contractors pick up another $200 million, equaling 
$400 million, which the Federal Government would have had to have paid.
  So this is a court settlement. It should stand. It is the right 
thing. I urge a no vote on the Coburn amendment.
  Mr. KYL. Madam President, I rise in support of the Coburn amendment 
because it would eliminate the authorizations for a number of 
questionable projects. Given the exploding Federal budget deficits, we 
ought to forgo the millions of taxpayer dollars for such things as the 
450th birthday celebration for St. Augustine, FL; a study to determine 
whether Alexander Hamilton's boyhood estate in St. Croix, Virgin 
Islands, should be designated as a new part of the National Park 
System; the maintenance of tropical botanical gardens in Hawaii and 
Florida; and a shipwreck exploration program. These authorizations are 
not urgent, have a tenuous Federal nexus, and could divert scarce 
Federal funds from more important safety and health programs.
  Because the amendment eliminates authorizations for such programs, I 
am compelled to support it even though it would also eliminate a 
relatively more credible provision in the bill relating to the San 
Joaquin River Restoration Settlement Act.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Oklahoma.
  Mr. COBURN. Madam President, I won't spend the time to refute all of 
what the distinguished Senator from California said, other than to note 
that in 1924 the salmon were gone from that river; before any of the 
water canals or anything else was built. We are going to spend $30,000 
a fish based on the 300,000 salmon.
  More importantly, this amendment talks about five total different 
earmarks in this bill. My office had a conversation with the mayor of 
St. Augustine, FL, this morning. Here are his words: I am really 
worried about the fiscal nature of this country. I am really worried 
that we are in real trouble, but I still want my money.
  Well, the way a republic dies is when the constituency learns they 
can vote themselves money from the public Treasury regardless of what 
the overall financial situation of the country is. These are the main 
earmarks in this bill. The President has said he doesn't want a bill 
full of earmarks. This strips them all out. We can either do what the 
American people want--we can act fiscally responsibly--or we can 
continue the age-old process of putting our positions ahead of those of 
the constituents we represent.
  With that, I yield the floor and ask for the yeas and nays.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Is there a sufficient second? There appears to 
be.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, I move to table the amendment and ask 
for the yeas and nays.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Is there a sufficient second?
  There appears to be.
  The clerk will call the roll.
  Mr. DURBIN. I announce that the Senator from Massachusetts (Mr. 
Kennedy) and the Senator from Minnesota (Ms. Klobuchar) are necessarily 
absent.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Are there any other Senators in the Chamber 
desiring to vote?
  The result was announced--yeas 70, nays 27, as follows:

                      [Rollcall Vote No. 105 Leg.]

                                YEAS--70

     Akaka
     Alexander
     Baucus
     Begich
     Bennet
     Bennett
     Bingaman
     Bond
     Boxer
     Brown
     Burris
     Byrd
     Cantwell
     Cardin
     Carper
     Casey
     Cochran
     Collins
     Conrad
     Crapo
     Dodd
     Dorgan
     Durbin
     Feinstein
     Gillibrand
     Gregg
     Hagan
     Harkin
     Hatch
     Inouye
     Johnson
     Kaufman
     Kerry
     Kohl
     Landrieu
     Lautenberg
     Leahy
     Levin
     Lieberman
     Lincoln
     Martinez
     McCaskill
     Menendez
     Merkley
     Mikulski
     Murkowski
     Murray
     Nelson (FL)
     Nelson (NE)
     Pryor
     Reed
     Reid
     Risch
     Rockefeller
     Sanders
     Schumer
     Shaheen
     Shelby
     Snowe
     Specter
     Stabenow
     Tester
     Udall (CO)
     Udall (NM)
     Voinovich
     Warner
     Webb
     Whitehouse
     Wicker
     Wyden

                                NAYS--27

     Barrasso
     Bayh
     Brownback
     Bunning
     Burr
     Chambliss
     Coburn
     Corker
     Cornyn
     DeMint
     Ensign
     Enzi
     Feingold
     Graham
     Grassley
     Hutchison
     Inhofe
     Isakson
     Johanns
     Kyl
     Lugar
     McCain
     McConnell
     Roberts
     Sessions
     Thune
     Vitter

                             NOT VOTING--2

     Kennedy
     Klobuchar
  The motion was agreed to.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, I move to reconsider the vote, and I 
move to lay that motion on the table.
  The motion to lay on the table was agreed to.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Under the previous order, there is now 30 
minutes of debate on the bill, equally divided between the Senator from 
New Mexico and the Senator from Alaska.
  The Senator from New Mexico is recognized.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, let me take 5 of the 15 minutes we 
have. If you will advise me when that time is used.
  In just a few minutes, the Senate will vote on final passage of H.R. 
146, the Omnibus Public Lands Act. I believe our actions this week will 
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more likely that the House of Representatives will be able to consider 
and approve the Senate amendments expeditiously.
  Today's vote will culminate many years of work on more than 160 bills 
that are included in this package and represents a major achievement 
for the protection of our Nation's cultural, natural, and historic 
resources. As I have observed before, when you take all of these bills 
together, I believe they represent the most significant conservation 
legislation passed by the Senate, at least in the last 15 years.
  In addition, the bill will finally resolve three very important and 
complex water rights settlements in three different States and 
literally decades of litigation and controversy about that water. The 
wilderness and other conservation areas designated in the bill 
represent years and years of efforts by local citizens, through 
countless public meetings, in an effort to find a way to protect some 
of the most important scenic areas in their States, while balancing 
wilderness designations against other uses. In my opinion, the sponsors 
of these provisions have gone to great lengths to find that balance.
  Some contend that the wilderness, national parks, wild and scenic 
rivers, and other conservation designations will frustrate our Nation's 
ability to develop new domestic energy supplies. I strongly disagree. 
We have gone to great lengths to assess the energy potential of the new 
areas, and in almost all cases the Bureau of Land Management has 
concluded that the wilderness areas do not have significant energy 
development potential.
  The Energy and Natural Resources Committee which I am privileged to 
chair and of which Senator Murkowski is ranking member is assembling a 
comprehensive energy bill. We hope to bring it to the Senate floor for 
consideration soon. That bill will provide an opportunity to promote 
programs to expand the development of domestic energy resources.
  I believe the question of whether we should protect our Nation's 
natural and cultural heritage or instead develop our energy and other 
resources is a false choice. They are mutually exclusive goals. We can 
accomplish them both.
  A former Senator from my State, who also chaired the then-Interior 
Committee in the Senate, once said the following:

       Wilderness is an anchor to windward. Knowing it is there, 
     we can also know that we are still a rich Nation, tending our 
     resources as we should--not a people in despair searching 
     every last nook and cranny of our land for a board of lumber, 
     a barrel of oil, a blade of grass, or a tank of water.

  Let me also indicate that there are many provisions in this bill that 
are of particular importance to my State: the Navajo Nation Indian 
Water Rights Settlement; the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water Project; 
the Rio Grande Pueblo Irrigation Infrastructure legislation; the SECURE 
Water Act, which has national implications but is important to my State 
as well; Prehistoric Trackways National Monument; Fort Stanton-Snowy 
River Cave National Conservation Area; Sabinoso Wilderness, which 
Senator Udall has spearheaded; Rio Puerco Watershed Act; and also the 
Forest Landscape Restoration Act.
  This bill will have a far-reaching and positive impact on New 
Mexico's precious and scarce water resources. The most significant 
provision is the settlement of the Navajo Nation's water rights claims 
in the San Juan River basin.
  This settlement will avoid conflicts, risks, and costs that would be 
borne by the Navajo Nation, individual water users, municipalities, the 
State of New Mexico, and the Federal Government if the Navajo claims 
were litigated in-full. Instead, defining the Navajo Nation's water 
rights by agreement will improve water management in the basin and 
ensure that future water demands can be addressed through an efficient 
administrative process.
  Most important, however, is that the settlement will provide a 
sustainable water supply to Navajo communities in the eastern portion 
of the Navajo Reservation. Currently, 40 percent of the population on 
the reservation--approximately 70,000 people--must haul water for use 
in their homes. This situation has resulted in serious health, 
education, and economic consequences for the Navajo people. This 
legislation will begin to address these issues, as well as the United 
States' obligations to the Navajo Nation.
  On the opposite side of the State, several communities are facing an 
uncertain water future due to falling levels of groundwater in the 
Ogallala aquifer. To address this problem, the bill authorizes the 
Bureau of Reclamation to help develop the Eastern New Mexico Rural 
Water System. This project will use an available water supply in Ute 
Reservoir to provide communities in eastern New Mexico with a renewable 
water supply and the long-term security that is critical to the 
region's future. As a measure of its importance, the State of New 
Mexico already has provided about $8 million to develop the project. 
Enacting this legislation will help communities in Curry and Roosevelt 
Counties secure the water needed to sustain current economic activity 
and support future development in the region.
  In the heart of New Mexico is the Rio Grande. Over the past decade, 
there have been many conflicts over this magnificent, but limited 
resource. Conserving water and improving inefficient infrastructure has 
been a key factor in minimizing these conflicts. Unfortunately, Native 
Americans residing in the Rio Grande basin have not benefited greatly 
from these improvements. This bill will change that situation by 
directing the Bureau of Reclamation to work with the Rio Grande Pueblos 
to assess irrigation infrastructure and initiate projects to 
rehabilitate and repair such infrastructure on Pueblo lands.
  By focusing Federal resources and expertise on this problem now, the 
Federal Government, as part of its trust responsibility, will help 
prevent further deterioration of Pueblo irrigation systems and avoid 
additional rehabilitation costs in the future. The Pueblos will benefit 
markedly from increased agricultural productivity, increased water 
conservation, and safer facilities. More importantly, however, these 
improvements will help the Pueblos to sustain their historical way of 
life, both economically and culturally. Finally, the overall health of 
the Rio Grande basin will likely benefit through increased efficiency 
in water use.
  The final water provision I want to mention is one that will benefit 
New Mexico and many other States. The SECURE Water Act is based on the 
view that effectively addressing water issues requires a better 
understanding of the resource, and increasing the efficiency of its 
use. For that reason, the bill seeks to strengthen the national 
streamflow program, improve ground water monitoring efforts, enhance 
our understanding of water uses and availability, and provide grants to 
implement water conservation and efficiency projects.
  It also will improve our understanding of the impacts of climate 
change on water and ensure that adaptation strategies are formulated 
and implemented. This is particularly important in New Mexico, where 
one recent study by researchers at the University of New Mexico and New 
Mexico State predicts that surface water in the Rio Grande basin could 
decline by as much as 12 percent by 2030 and 33 percent by 2080.
  New Mexico will also benefit from a number of important public land 
provisions, including the designation of a new national monument.
  The Prehistoric Trackways National Monument in Dona Ana County, New 
Mexico, will protect a remarkable ``megatracksite'' of 290 million-
year-old fossils. This site of worldwide scientific significance has 
preserved the trackways of some of the earliest creatures to make their 
way out of the ocean, which will help fill in the gaps left from 
studying only their fossilized bones.
  Las Cruces resident Jerry MacDonald first brought the find to light 
in 1988, and thanks to a more recent discovery by MacDonald, we now 
know that the National Monument also will protect a well-preserved 290 
million-year-old petrified forest where three new species of trees 
already have been discovered. The local curation of these specimens 
should provide unique scientific and educational opportunities for the 
surrounding community and visitors to the region.
  The Fort Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area in 
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County, NM, will permanently protect the cave system, including a 
passageway containing a more than 4-mile-long continuous calcite-
crystal river bed, a unique formation that is believed to be the 
longest one of its kind in the world.
  While exploration of this cave began centuries ago, it was not until 
2001 that volunteers with the Fort Stanton Cave Study Group discovered 
the Snowy River passageway, which defied their wildest expectations. 
This discovery already has yielded valuable scientific research in 
hydrology, geology, and microbiology, the last of which may even have 
applications in interplanetary exploration. We will be proud to include 
the Fort Stanton-Snowy River Cave on New Mexico's prestigious list of 
world-class sites.
  The bill also includes legislation spearheaded by Senator Tom Udall--
the designation of the 16,000 acre Sabinoso Wilderness in San Miguel 
County, NM. The Sabinoso Wilderness will protect a rugged and beautiful 
landscape that provides important wildlife habitat and represents an 
important watershed to our State.
  New Mexico is the home of the first congressionally designated 
wilderness area, and the Sabinoso Wilderness represents a well-deserved 
addition to the National Wilderness Preservation System. I hope our 
efforts to permanently protect this area will ensure that future 
generations can enjoy this outstanding public resource.
  This bill also will reauthorize the Rio Puerco Watershed Act, which 
formalized the Rio Puerco Management Committee in New Mexico. The 
committee has become one of the most effective collaborative land 
management efforts in the Southwest. And for more than 10 years, it has 
helped facilitate the restoration of the highly degraded Rio Puerco 
Watershed, the largest tributary to the Rio Grande. There is much more 
work to be done to restore this watershed, and this legislation will 
assist the committee in that effort.
  Title IV of the bill--the Forest Landscape Restoration Act--holds 
great promise for our fire-dependant forests and communities in New 
Mexico and across the country. Wildfire activity and suppression costs 
have grown dramatically in recent years. The affects of global warming 
are increasingly impacting forest and watershed health. And communities 
across the country are struggling economically.
  This legislation will establish a program to select and fund 
collaborative landscape-scale forest restoration projects that will 
improve forest health, reduce wildfire management costs, and benefit 
local economies. The positive response that we have seen from Members 
of Congress, State and local officials, and communities across the 
country speaks to the importance of these issues and the promise of 
this approach. I hope we can quickly provide funding to implement the 
legislation, as we cannot afford to wait to begin this critical work.
  It is past time for us to enact these measures to provide water to 
our communities, to protect our natural wonders, and to restore our 
natural resources. Many New Mexicans have worked for years to see these 
provisions enacted into law, and I am pleased the Senate is taking the 
important steps toward achieving that goal.
  I yield the remainder of my time to the Senator from Alaska.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Alaska is recognized.
  Ms. MURKOWSKI. Madam President, as we conclude the debate on this 
public lands package, I think it is important to remind colleagues of 
perhaps a few facts--a little bit of the history as to how we got here.
  As the chairman of the Energy Committee indicated, this omnibus 
public lands package consists of 160 bills and what they represent in 
terms of the legislation and efforts of communities, of individuals, of 
groups, of legislators, to come to a point where they may finally be 
seeing a resolution on the issues they have been working on, and I 
think it is important to put this into context.
  One of the measures in this public lands package that relates to my 
State is an issue we have been working on--a land exchange--for almost 
two decades now in an effort to try to resolve it. Through a great deal 
of compromise with agencies, with public interest groups, and with 
policymakers, we have legislation that we believe works.
  My colleague from Utah, Senator Bennett, has been working on a 
provision that he, too, acknowledges has been over 10 years in the 
making. My colleague, Senator Crapo, from Idaho, has been working on 
legislation that has been 8 years in the process. We on the Energy 
Committee have been working with Members to try to advance good 
projects and legislation that work in their respective States.
  Our public lands States are a little different from what we see on 
the East Coast. When you have 60 percent of the land in your State 
owned by the Federal Government, oftentimes just getting a transaction 
approved requires an act of Congress. So what we have today in this 
package, big as it is, is a culmination of countless years of work by 
lawmakers in this body. It is time that we advance many of these very 
important measures.
  This bill is a very bipartisan measure. It is, as I say, 160 bills, 
but there are both Republican sponsors and Democratic sponsors. It is 
the work of a lot of compromise on both sides. All but a handful of 
these bills within the Energy Committee's jurisdiction were ordered 
reported by the committee on a unanimous voice vote.
  We need to recognize that this is not the work of the 111th Congress. 
It is not even the work of the 110th. It was before that. This is 
carryover work in an attempt to take care of a lot of unfinished 
business.
  I am optimistic that this bill will pass both this body and the other 
body and be finally signed into law. I am also optimistic that the 
111th Congress can then make a fresh start with public lands 
legislation and perhaps find a better way to reach consensus on these 
types of bills. I hope the process for consideration of this package 
today is a harbinger of the future.

  The package we have contains language that the House had sought to 
add to clarify that access to recreation, including hunting, fishing, 
and trapping, would not be limited by land designations in this bill. 
This language was bipartisan and bicameral, and the support truly is 
there.
  The amendments Senator Coburn brought before this body--six serious, 
relevant amendments--while I have not agreed with the specifics of some 
of those amendments we have considered, I do take the issues and the 
concerns raised by them very seriously. I always have and will continue 
to commit to continue to do so in the Committee on Energy and Natural 
Resources; as we look to legislation in the future, whether it is the 
issue of prioritization or acknowledging an inventory of what we own, 
what we are required to operate and maintain is something that is 
worthwhile to pursue.
  Some of the issues that were raised--for instance, that of eminent 
domain, locking up our Nation's energy resources--these are issues that 
are clearly legitimate. But I suggest a broad-brush or one-size-fits-
all prohibition does not work in the real world.
  The bills in this package were carefully evaluated for these and so 
very many concerns as they went through the committee. The Energy 
Committee is very concerned. Our focus is on access to our Nation's 
energy resources. There was that consideration made bill by bill.
  The last comment I wish to make is, it has been suggested that 
somehow or another this lands package is a Federal land grab. In fact, 
the bill actually transfers over 23,000 acres of Federal land into the 
private or State sectors through conveyance, exchange or sale. In most 
instances, the Federal Government is giving more land into private 
hands than they are getting or the exchanges are of equal acres or 
equal value.
  Again, I will not suggest the process we have gone through has been 
the easiest. It is difficult when you have the number of bills we have 
and issues that are contentious and that require a great deal of effort 
and compromise. But the product before this body today is one where I 
would agree with our chairman of the Energy Committee, it does help to 
protect our country's great assets, it does allow for better 
enhancements of our public lands, and I think it is worthy of 
consideration by this full body. I encourage its support.
  I yield the floor.
  Mr. LEVIN. Madam President, today's vote will mark the second time in 
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Act. On January 15, the Senate passed a similar bill, which encompasses 
over 150 bills related to our Nation's natural, historic, and 
recreational resources. While I am pleased the Senate will again pass 
this legislation, I am disappointed this widely supported bill has 
required nearly 2 weeks of Senate floor time during a time of severe 
economic crisis.
  The omnibus public land bill includes four provisions I authored that 
will directly benefit Michigan by preserving precious natural resources 
and improving our parks and trails.
  First, the bill would authorize the Federal Government to purchase 
land from willing sellers for the North Country National Scenic Trail, 
the nation's longest hiking trail, 1,000 miles of which traverse 
through Michigan. This trail also runs through New York, Pennsylvania, 
Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and New York, with a total length of 4,650 
miles. For the majority of the other national scenic and historic 
trails, the Federal Government has land acquisition authority, but for 
no good reason this authority has not been available for the North 
Country Trail. Willing sellers, in many cases public-spirited citizens, 
should have the right to sell easements or even portions of their land 
to the Federal Government should they choose to do so and if it is in 
the national interest. In addition to important trail linkages, with 
willing seller authority, sections of the current trail could be moved 
from roads where hikers and other trail users are unsafe. I have been 
working on this willing seller legislation for nearly 10 years, and I 
am pleased that it is going to be approved by the Senate again today.
  Second, the omnibus public lands bill also includes legislation I 
sponsored last Congress to improve the Keweenaw National Historical 
Park, located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Established in 1992, this 
unique park, with nearly 20 independently operated heritage sites, 
preserves and interprets the incredible story of copper mining and 
production in Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula that powered the Industrial 
Revolution. This legislation would enable the park to better carry out 
its statutory mission to preserve and bring to life the vibrant history 
of Michigan's ``copper country.'' Specifically, the legislation would 
change the onerous matching requirement for federal funds from a 4:1 
ratio to a 1:1 ratio, which is typical for most other Park System units 
that require a non-federal funding match. The legislation would also 
increase the authorized level of funds to be appropriated for the park 
to enable the preservation, restoration, and interpretation of the 
numerous historical properties within the park boundaries. Finally, the 
legislation would eliminate an overly restrictive prohibition on the 
Department of the Interior from acquiring certain lands. Making these 
changes would improve the visitors' experience, preserve important 
historic resources, and help with economic revitalization of the 
Keweenaw Peninsula.
  Third, the bill provides important protections for about 16 percent 
of the land--or 12,000 acres--within the Pictured Rocks National 
Lakeshore, located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula along the south shore 
of majestic Lake Superior. This wilderness legislation, which I 
introduced during the last Congress, provides natural resource 
protection while also ensuring that recreational opportunities and 
access are maintained. The wilderness designation was proposed by the 
Park Service after 5 years of careful planning and extensive public 
consultation. As a result of that open process, the final wilderness 
designation was changed from the initial proposal to respond to many of 
the concerns expressed by citizens. For example, the access roads to 
the lakes and campground are not included in the wilderness 
designation, so vehicles would still have access to this popular 
recreation area. Also, motor boats would still be able to access the 
Lake Superior shoreline, as the wilderness area does not include the 
Lake Superior surface water. In addition, boats using electric motors 
would still be allowed on Little Beaver and Beaver Lakes within the 
wilderness area. Since 1981, the Beaver Basin area has been managed as 
a backcountry and wilderness area, and this wilderness designation 
would ensure that the valuable habitat and pristine natural features of 
the region remain the treasure and peaceful sanctuary they are today.
  Finally, the omnibus lands legislation contains a bill that I 
sponsored in the Senate last year as a companion to Representative John 
Dingell's legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives that would 
designate land on which the battles of the River Raisin were fought, 
during the War of 1812, as a unit of the National Park System. This 
land, in Monroe County and Wayne County, MI, includes sites related to 
a significant set of battles in an area that was once considered part 
of the ``Northwest,'' a key strategic front in the War of 1812. By 
designating this land as a unit of the National Park System, the public 
will have an opportunity to learn about these battlefield sites. While 
horrific actions took place at the River Raisin, these events prompted 
a rallying cry that became a turning point in the War of 1812, which is 
often called America's ``Second War of Independence.'' I look forward 
to this legislation becoming law in time for the national celebration 
that will take place on the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812.
  I am hopeful the House will also pass this legislation and the 
President will sign it into law so that we can wrap up one of the major 
pieces of unfinished business from the last Congress, which will 
benefit Michigan and the Nation by improving the preservation of and 
access to important natural, historic, and recreational resources.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mrs. Hagan). The Senator from New Mexico.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, before the Senator from Oklahoma has 
the final say, which he certainly should, let me say there are a great 
many people, excellent staff working for the Democratic side of the 
Energy and Natural Resources Committee and staff working for Senator 
Murkowski on the Republican side of the committee who deserve great 
credit. We enumerated those staff when we dealt with this legislation 2 
months ago, and we will do so again in the Record. Let me particularly 
indicate David Brooks here with me and Kara Finkler as the two who have 
done the most to make this possible. Without their good work, this 
would not be legislation coming up for final consideration.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Alaska.
  Ms. MURKOWSKI. Madam President, just to add to the comments of 
Senator Bingaman, it is appropriate that we acknowledge our staff. I 
appreciate him doing so. I thank those who worked on the Republican 
side as well. But I also wish to acknowledge some of the Members on our 
side who have been very dogged in an effort to reach final compromise 
on this legislation.
  Senator Crapo from Idaho has been diligent in his efforts, working 
alongside Senator Bennett from Utah and Senator Kyl. I appreciate their 
efforts in getting us to where we are today.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, let me add two additional individuals 
to the list of folks I particularly mentioned by name. Mike Connor, who 
is responsible for all the water rights legislation contained in the 
legislation in the Secure Water Act, I note for my colleagues that he 
has been named just today as the President's choice to be head of the 
Bureau of Reclamation, which I think is a great thing for the country; 
and Scott Miller, who worked very hard on the forest issues involved 
with this legislation.
  I yield the floor.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Oklahoma.
  Mr. COBURN. Madam President, I have just a few observations before we 
start the vote. This has been a long process on this bill. I appreciate 
the pain and patience of the chairman of the committee. He has been a 
gentleman to work with all the time in our discussions.
  I also note for the Senate that over 70 of these bills could have 
gone by unanimous consent, but because we chose to have a procedure 
where up until now, over the last 2 years, no amendments were ever 
allowed to be offered on any of these bills--none; it was never an 
option--we have taken approximately 7 weeks on something we could have 
done in 2 weeks if we had an open amendment process like the Senate is 
supposed to. We find ourselves ping-ponging between the House and the 
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are here, which is open debate and amendment.
  It should be a lesson to us. The American people win when there is a 
debate. They lose when we use unanimous consent to pass something that 
is controversial. To say it is not, the average we got on our 
amendments was 31 votes. That is almost a third of the Senate. So to 
say we should pass legislation by unanimous consent when a third of the 
Senate does not agree, I would say there is a great lesson for us and 
that is, let's open up, let's have a debate, let's put a short period 
of time on it, and let's not have to use procedures to try to, in fact, 
get a debate for the American people.
  I will also say, in looking at this bill, what have we done? There 
are a lot of good provisions in this bill. I am not opposed to half of 
this bill. Half of this bill I am adamantly opposed to.
  I was thinking, as we recognize the Republican and Democratic staff, 
who is representing truly the American people rather than parochial 
interests and what staff worked on that? We went through this. We 
rejected transparency for the American people. We rejected the ability 
to know what we have and how to deal with it and how to manage it. We 
have said no by a vote of this body that we are not going to do that; 
we like the darkness, the lack of accountability, the lack of 
transparency that goes to the American people. We rejected eliminating 
earmarks. Every appropriator voted against that amendment, even though 
the President says and the American people say that is not the way they 
want to do business. But we rejected it.
  We have rejected significant amounts of potential renewable energy. 
Ninety percent of all geothermal, potential renewable clean energy, is 
put at risk by what we are doing. I know that is disputable, but our 
own Secretary of the Interior this week said we should not put the cart 
before the horse. We should have good planning on where we are going 
with transmission lines, the grids, and everything else, so we can take 
advantage of solar, wind, and geothermal. But yet we have rejected 
that.
  We have rejected prioritizing the needs of our national parks. That 
is what the Senate has done this week. We said: No, we are not going to 
do that, if we want to do something new, even though we have between 
$12 billion and $19 billion worth of backlogs, as the Government 
Accountability Office said we have significant health and safety risks 
for our employees and the American public who visit our parks--we 
rejected that. We said: No, we should not take care of what we have now 
before we start something new. We have done exactly the opposite of 
what the average American would be doing with their own assets.
  The other thing we have done is we have taken a large amount of oil 
and natural gas and said you can never touch it again. Let me emphasize 
why. Of the 80 wilderness bills my colleagues put in this legislation, 
35 of them, under the Wilderness Study Area they said they never should 
be put into the wilderness, and my colleagues put them in the 
wilderness anyway.
  The whole project of having the Wilderness Study Area is to use the 
study to determine if an area should be wilderness. Not counting 
Colorado and Utah, my colleagues put 448,000 acres into wilderness that 
the study says should never go into wilderness area because they have 
significant oil and gas and other energy.
  We rejected the process by which we do it because parochial interests 
have trumped the national energy needs of this country, and that does 
not count Colorado and Utah. Utah has a significant area. So probably 
well over 35 percent of all the land my colleagues have taken away and 
said forever we are never going to touch, we are never going to utilize 
the natural resources that this country could utilize when we are 
sending $400 billion a year overseas for carbon-based energy which we 
are going to do for the next 20 years no matter what, you have taken it 
away. You said never.
  As I said earlier, you have taken clean renewables. We don't know 
what the percentage is but a significant percentage of geothermal for 
sure. A bill is going to be introduced that is going to take several 
hundred thousand acres out of the California desert by the Senator from 
California which is prime land for solar. It is getting ready to be 
introduced so that can never be touched.
  We have to have energy, and we are ignoring assets that we have. We 
are putting into wilderness area assets that have significant energy. 
We are ignoring the process under which we said we would make those 
determinations. When well over 35 of the 80 were recommended they not 
be put into wilderness area, what are the American people to think? 
Where is the common sense to say maybe we ought to plan for the future? 
Maybe we ought to look and say: If we are going to go to a renewable 
portfolio totally of energy in this country, how long is it going to 
take us to get there and what do we need in between now and then to do 
that?
  We are not making good long-term decisions with this bill. We are 
handicapping ourselves, and we are telling the Middle East: Go ahead 
and jack it up because we are going to limit our options with which we 
can balance energy needs in this country by what we are doing in this 
bill.
  Finally, we have said in this bill eminent domain is going to be 
utilized. We say we are not going to do it, but we certainly said: 
American landowner, if we are there and if we decide we want to do 
something, we are going to keep it.
  The fact is, one of the most painful things that occurs to an 
American citizen in this country is your land, without your permission, 
even though you are paid an equitable price for it, is taken from you. 
We said that is fine. We rejected that. Thirty-five Senators voted to 
not reject it but 60-some voted to reject it.
  Let me summarize. We like our earmarks. We don't want to think long 
term on energy. We reject policies that say we should not put land into 
the wilderness area, but we do it anyway. We have taken away our 
ability to handle the next energy crisis, which is coming. We have told 
the American people we are going to keep eminent domain and, by the 
way, it doesn't matter if you own property, we will take it if we need 
it.
  Besides all that, we have now more land area in wilderness in this 
country than we have developed land. There is 108 million acres now in 
wilderness in this country and only 106 million acres of developed 
land. When do we have enough? When do we stop tying our arm behind our 
back in terms of energy, whether it is renewable or carbon based? When 
do we do that? Is it wise and prudent to say we should not leave all 
options on the table for our energy needs for the future, whether it is 
green energy or traditional energy? Why would we send that signal to 
the rest of the world? And why would we do that to the American 
taxpayers?
  What is going to happen on energy prices in this country is natural 
gas is going to double in the next 2 years, and it is going to double 
for a couple of reasons. One is because they cannot afford to drill for 
it right now at $4. No. 2, we are taking a large swath, 13 million 
cubic feet, one area you have isolated, enough to run this country for 
2\1/2\ years. It is proven, we know it is there, it is easy to get out, 
we don't have to do a whole lot more drilling, but you can't have it. 
We have taken 300 million barrels of oil in that same area and said: 
America, you can't have it. We know its there, its not hard to get out, 
but you can't have it. And that is just in one of the ranges we are 
setting off to the side and not making available to the American public 
to lower their energy costs, to balance the supply-and-demand imbalance 
we will see in the future.

  It is important that this bill was put together by combining what 
individuals wanted for their States. I know some of these land and 
water rights issues are complicated. I know the exchanges are hard, and 
I know protecting things in the right way is important. I know it is to 
the Senator from Idaho, the Senator from Alaska, and the Senator from 
New Mexico. But when does the overall best benefit for the American 
people start trumping things around here instead of what we want 
parochially?
  I think we have two diseases. I think we have attention deficit 
disorder in the Senate to what the real problems are, so I think we 
need to be in a 12-step program to correct that. Then I think we have 
hyperparochialism in the sense that what is most important

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is what is important in my State; be danged what happens to the rest of 
the country.
  Our country is failing in a lot of areas now, and most of it is our 
fault. But what we will ultimately fail on is when we start thinking 
more about individual States than the best long-term benefit for the 
country. This bill is a classic example where we put parochial 
interests ahead of the long-term interests of the country.
  I worry about the grandchildren of this country. This is an $11 
billion bill with $900 million in mandatory spending. When we have all 
these things we need to do that are a much higher priority, we are 
going to do this now. I am disappointed in us because we don't think 
long term, that we think short term. It is beneath the oath we take 
when we continue to do this. I want to be proud of what we do, and I 
want us to be above the influence of any short-term, any parochial, or 
any political decision.
  The people in this body know me, that I go after Republican projects 
as much as Democrats. I go on the basis of what I think is in the best 
long-term interest. That is not to say my colleagues don't too, but as 
a collective body we have not been doing that. And we are not going to 
fix the real problem in our country, which is the economy. It is 
amazing to me that we are spending time on this bill instead of fixing 
the economic problems of this country; that we are sitting here and we 
have spent a total of 7 weeks in the last 3 or 4 months on this bill 
rather than working on the real problems and the real needs of this 
country.
  The long-term future of our country is at great risk today, and I am 
not just talking economically. When we choose to protect home--i.e. 
State or city or earmark--at the expense of the long-term interest of 
our country, we won't last. What has made this country great throughout 
its years is we have had leaders who have said: The heck with my 
position. What is best for the country should come first.
  The irony of that--and it is really paradoxical--is, when people see 
that, we restore confidence. When they see the opposite of that, they 
lose confidence in us. And we ought to be about restoring the American 
people's confidence. They are rattled today. They are rattled over the 
economy. They are rattled over their confidence in us, and we ought to 
be about restoring that. I don't think this bill does that.
  I appreciate the patience of my colleagues. I have great respect for 
you. I know your sincere desires. But I truly think we need some 
coaxing to get our eye back on the ball.
  Madam President, I yield the floor--I understand we will not vote 
until 12:20--and I suggest the absence of a quorum.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The clerk will call the roll.
  The legislative clerk proceeded to call the roll.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, I ask unanimous consent that the order 
for the quorum call be rescinded.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Without objection, it is so ordered.
  Mr. BINGAMAN. Madam President, I am informed the time to vote has 
arrived, and I yield back any time that remains on our side.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Without objection, it is so ordered.
  Under the previous order, all time having expired, the substitute 
amendment, as amended, is agreed to.
  The question is on the engrossment of the amendment, as amended, and 
third reading of the bill.
  The amendment, as amended, was ordered to be engrossed and the bill 
to be read a third time.
  The bill was read a third time.
  Mr. THUNE. Madam President, I ask for the yeas and nays.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Is there a sufficient second? There appears to 
be.
  The bill having been read the third time, the question is, Shall it 
pass? The clerk will call the roll.
  The legislative clerk called the roll.
  Mr. DURBIN. I announce that the Senator from Massachusetts (Mr. 
Kennedy) and the Senator from Minnesota (Ms. Klobuchar) are necessarily 
absent.
  The PRESIDING OFFICER. Are there any other Senators in the Chamber 
desiring to vote?
  The result was announced--yeas 77, nays 20, as follows:

                      [Rollcall Vote No. 106 Leg.]

                                YEAS--77

     Akaka
     Alexander
     Barrasso
     Baucus
     Bayh
     Begich
     Bennet
     Bennett
     Bingaman
     Bond
     Boxer
     Brown
     Burris
     Byrd
     Cantwell
     Cardin
     Carper
     Casey
     Cochran
     Collins
     Conrad
     Corker
     Crapo
     Dodd
     Dorgan
     Durbin
     Enzi
     Feingold
     Feinstein
     Gillibrand
     Gregg
     Hagan
     Harkin
     Hatch
     Inouye
     Johnson
     Kaufman
     Kerry
     Kohl
     Landrieu
     Lautenberg
     Leahy
     Levin
     Lieberman
     Lincoln
     Lugar
     Martinez
     McCaskill
     Menendez
     Merkley
     Mikulski
     Murkowski
     Murray
     Nelson (FL)
     Nelson (NE)
     Pryor
     Reed
     Reid
     Risch
     Roberts
     Rockefeller
     Sanders
     Schumer
     Shaheen
     Shelby
     Snowe
     Specter
     Stabenow
     Tester
     Udall (CO)
     Udall (NM)
     Voinovich
     Warner
     Webb
     Whitehouse
     Wicker
     Wyden

                                NAYS--20

     Brownback
     Bunning
     Burr
     Chambliss
     Coburn
     Cornyn
     DeMint
     Ensign
     Graham
     Grassley
     Hutchison
     Inhofe
     Isakson
     Johanns
     Kyl
     McCain
     McConnell
     Sessions
     Thune
     Vitter

                             NOT VOTING--2

     Kennedy
     Klobuchar
       
  The bill (H.R. 146), as amended, was passed, as follows:

                                H.R. 146

       Resolved, That the bill from the House of Representatives 
     (H.R. 146) entitled ``An Act to establish a battlefield 
     acquisition grant program for the acquisition and protection 
     of nationally significant battlefields and associated sites 
     of the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, and for other 
     purposes.'', do pass with the following amendments:
       Strike all after the enacting clause and insert the 
     following:

     SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.

       (a) Short Title.--This Act may be cited as the ``Omnibus 
     Public Land Management Act of 2009''.
       (b) Table of Contents.--The table of contents of this Act 
     is as follows:

Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents.

   TITLE I--ADDITIONS TO THE NATIONAL WILDERNESS PRESERVATION SYSTEM

                Subtitle A--Wild Monongahela Wilderness

Sec. 1001. Designation of wilderness, Monongahela National Forest, West 
              Virginia.
Sec. 1002. Boundary adjustment, Laurel Fork South Wilderness, 
              Monongahela National Forest.
Sec. 1003. Monongahela National Forest boundary confirmation.
Sec. 1004. Enhanced Trail Opportunities.

            Subtitle B--Virginia Ridge and Valley Wilderness

Sec. 1101. Definitions.
Sec. 1102. Designation of additional National Forest System land in 
              Jefferson National Forest as wilderness or a wilderness 
              study area.
Sec. 1103. Designation of Kimberling Creek Potential Wilderness Area, 
              Jefferson National Forest, Virginia.
Sec. 1104. Seng Mountain and Bear Creek Scenic Areas, Jefferson 
              National Forest, Virginia.
Sec. 1105. Trail plan and development.
Sec. 1106. Maps and boundary descriptions.
Sec. 1107. Effective date.

                Subtitle C--Mt. Hood Wilderness, Oregon

Sec. 1201. Definitions.
Sec. 1202. Designation of wilderness areas.
Sec. 1203. Designation of streams for wild and scenic river protection 
              in the Mount Hood area.
Sec. 1204. Mount Hood National Recreation Area.
Sec. 1205. Protections for Crystal Springs, Upper Big Bottom, and 
              Cultus Creek.
Sec. 1206. Land exchanges.
Sec. 1207. Tribal provisions; planning and studies.

              Subtitle D--Copper Salmon Wilderness, Oregon

Sec. 1301. Designation of the Copper Salmon Wilderness.
Sec. 1302. Wild and Scenic River Designations, Elk River, Oregon.
Sec. 1303. Protection of tribal rights.

         Subtitle E--Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, Oregon

Sec. 1401. Definitions.
Sec. 1402. Voluntary grazing lease donation program.
Sec. 1403. Box R Ranch land exchange.
Sec. 1404. Deerfield land exchange.
Sec. 1405. Soda Mountain Wilderness.
Sec. 1406. Effect.

               Subtitle F--Owyhee Public Land Management

Sec. 1501. Definitions.
Sec. 1502. Owyhee Science Review and Conservation Center.
Sec. 1503. Wilderness areas.
Sec. 1504. Designation of wild and scenic rivers.
Sec. 1505. Land identified for disposal.
Sec. 1506. Tribal cultural resources.
Sec. 1507. Recreational travel management plans.
Sec. 1508. Authorization of appropriations.

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              Subtitle G--Sabinoso Wilderness, New Mexico

Sec. 1601. Definitions.
Sec. 1602. Designation of the Sabinoso Wilderness.

        Subtitle H--Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Wilderness

Sec. 1651. Definitions.
Sec. 1652. Designation of Beaver Basin Wilderness.
Sec. 1653. Administration.
Sec. 1654. Effect.

                 Subtitle I--Oregon Badlands Wilderness

Sec. 1701. Definitions.
Sec. 1702. Oregon Badlands Wilderness.
Sec. 1703. Release.
Sec. 1704. Land exchanges.
Sec. 1705. Protection of tribal treaty rights.

              Subtitle J--Spring Basin Wilderness, Oregon

Sec. 1751. Definitions.
Sec. 1752. Spring Basin Wilderness.
Sec. 1753. Release.
Sec. 1754. Land exchanges.
Sec. 1755. Protection of tribal treaty rights.

    Subtitle K--Eastern Sierra and Northern San Gabriel Wilderness, 
                               California

Sec. 1801. Definitions.
Sec. 1802. Designation of wilderness areas.
Sec. 1803. Administration of wilderness areas.
Sec. 1804. Release of wilderness study areas.
Sec. 1805. Designation of wild and scenic rivers.
Sec. 1806. Bridgeport Winter Recreation Area.
Sec. 1807. Management of area within Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.
Sec. 1808. Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest.

          Subtitle L--Riverside County Wilderness, California

Sec. 1851. Wilderness designation.
Sec. 1852. Wild and scenic river designations, Riverside County, 
              California.
Sec. 1853. Additions and technical corrections to Santa Rosa and San 
              Jacinto Mountains National Monument.

    Subtitle M--Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Wilderness, 
                               California

Sec. 1901. Definitions.
Sec. 1902. Designation of wilderness areas.
Sec. 1903. Administration of wilderness areas.
Sec. 1904. Authorization of appropriations.

     Subtitle N--Rocky Mountain National Park Wilderness, Colorado

Sec. 1951. Definitions.
Sec. 1952. Rocky Mountain National Park Wilderness, Colorado.
Sec. 1953. Grand River Ditch and Colorado-Big Thompson projects.
Sec. 1954. East Shore Trail Area.
Sec. 1955. National forest area boundary adjustments.
Sec. 1956. Authority to lease Leiffer tract.

                  Subtitle O--Washington County, Utah

Sec. 1971. Definitions.
Sec. 1972. Wilderness areas.
Sec. 1973. Zion National Park wilderness.
Sec. 1974. Red Cliffs National Conservation Area.
Sec. 1975. Beaver Dam Wash National Conservation Area.
Sec. 1976. Zion National Park wild and scenic river designation.
Sec. 1977. Washington County comprehensive travel and transportation 
              management plan.
Sec. 1978. Land disposal and acquisition.
Sec. 1979. Management of priority biological areas.
Sec. 1980. Public purpose conveyances.
Sec. 1981. Conveyance of Dixie National Forest land.
Sec. 1982. Transfer of land into trust for Shivwits Band of Paiute 
              Indians.
Sec. 1983. Authorization of appropriations.

           TITLE II--BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT AUTHORIZATIONS

           Subtitle A--National Landscape Conservation System

Sec. 2001. Definitions.
Sec. 2002. Establishment of the National Landscape Conservation System.
Sec. 2003. Authorization of appropriations.

          Subtitle B--Prehistoric Trackways National Monument

Sec. 2101. Findings.
Sec. 2102. Definitions.
Sec. 2103. Establishment.
Sec. 2104. Administration.
Sec. 2105. Authorization of appropriations.

  Subtitle C--Fort Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area

Sec. 2201. Definitions.
Sec. 2202. Establishment of the Fort Stanton-Snowy River Cave National 
              Conservation Area.
Sec. 2203. Management of the Conservation Area.
Sec. 2204. Authorization of appropriations.

    Subtitle D--Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area

Sec. 2301. Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area.

       Subtitle E--Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area

Sec. 2401. Definitions.
Sec. 2402. Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area.
Sec. 2403. Dominguez Canyon Wilderness Area.
Sec. 2404. Maps and legal descriptions.
Sec. 2405. Management of Conservation Area and Wilderness.
Sec. 2406. Management plan.
Sec. 2407. Advisory council.
Sec. 2408. Authorization of appropriations.

          Subtitle F--Rio Puerco Watershed Management Program

Sec. 2501. Rio Puerco Watershed Management Program.

               Subtitle G--Land Conveyances and Exchanges

Sec. 2601. Carson City, Nevada, land conveyances.
Sec. 2602. Southern Nevada limited transition area conveyance.
Sec. 2603. Nevada Cancer Institute land conveyance.
Sec. 2604. Turnabout Ranch land conveyance, Utah.
Sec. 2605. Boy Scouts land exchange, Utah.
Sec. 2606. Douglas County, Washington, land conveyance.
Sec. 2607. Twin Falls, Idaho, land conveyance.
Sec. 2608. Sunrise Mountain Instant Study Area release, Nevada.
Sec. 2609. Park City, Utah, land conveyance.
Sec. 2610. Release of reversionary interest in certain lands in Reno, 
              Nevada.
Sec. 2611. Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians of the Tuolumne Rancheria.

                TITLE III--FOREST SERVICE AUTHORIZATIONS

           Subtitle A--Watershed Restoration and Enhancement

Sec. 3001. Watershed restoration and enhancement agreements.

                Subtitle B--Wildland Firefighter Safety

Sec. 3101. Wildland firefighter safety.

                       Subtitle C--Wyoming Range

Sec. 3201. Definitions.
Sec. 3202. Withdrawal of certain land in the Wyoming range.
Sec. 3203. Acceptance of the donation of valid existing mining or 
              leasing rights in the Wyoming range.

               Subtitle D--Land Conveyances and Exchanges

Sec. 3301. Land conveyance to City of Coffman Cove, Alaska.
Sec. 3302. Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest land conveyance, 
              Montana.
Sec. 3303. Santa Fe National Forest; Pecos National Historical Park 
              Land Exchange.
Sec. 3304. Santa Fe National Forest Land Conveyance, New Mexico.
Sec. 3305. Kittitas County, Washington, land conveyance.
Sec. 3306. Mammoth Community Water District use restrictions.
Sec. 3307. Land exchange, Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah.
Sec. 3308. Boundary adjustment, Frank Church River of No Return 
              Wilderness.
Sec. 3309. Sandia pueblo land exchange technical amendment.

            Subtitle E--Colorado Northern Front Range Study

Sec. 3401. Purpose.
Sec. 3402. Definitions.
Sec. 3403. Colorado Northern Front Range Mountain Backdrop Study.

                 TITLE IV--FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION

Sec. 4001. Purpose.
Sec. 4002. Definitions.
Sec. 4003. Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program.
Sec. 4004. Authorization of appropriations.

                       TITLE V--RIVERS AND TRAILS

  Subtitle A--Additions to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System

Sec. 5001. Fossil Creek, Arizona.
Sec. 5002. Snake River Headwaters, Wyoming.
Sec. 5003. Taunton River, Massachusetts.

               Subtitle B--Wild and Scenic Rivers Studies

Sec. 5101. Missisquoi and Trout Rivers Study.

          Subtitle C--Additions to the National Trails System

Sec. 5201. Arizona National Scenic Trail.
Sec. 5202. New England National Scenic Trail.
Sec. 5203. Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail.
Sec. 5204. Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic 
              Trail.
Sec. 5205. Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail.
Sec. 5206. Trail of Tears National Historic Trail.

              Subtitle D--National Trail System Amendments

Sec. 5301. National Trails System willing seller authority.
Sec. 5302. Revision of feasibility and suitability studies of existing 
              national historic trails.
Sec. 5303. Chisholm Trail and Great Western Trails Studies.

                      Subtitle E--Effect of Title

Sec. 5401. Effect.

          TITLE VI--DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AUTHORIZATIONS

          Subtitle A--Cooperative Watershed Management Program

Sec. 6001. Definitions.
Sec. 6002. Program.
Sec. 6003. Effect of subtitle.

     Subtitle B--Competitive Status for Federal Employees in Alaska

Sec. 6101. Competitive status for certain Federal employees in the 
              State of Alaska.

         Subtitle C--Wolf Livestock Loss Demonstration Project

Sec. 6201. Definitions.
Sec. 6202. Wolf compensation and prevention program.
Sec. 6203. Authorization of appropriations.

           Subtitle D--Paleontological Resources Preservation

Sec. 6301. Definitions.
Sec. 6302. Management.
Sec. 6303. Public awareness and education program.
Sec. 6304. Collection of paleontological resources.
Sec. 6305. Curation of resources.

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Sec. 6306. Prohibited acts; criminal penalties.
Sec. 6307. Civil penalties.
Sec. 6308. Rewards and forfeiture.
Sec. 6309. Confidentiality.
Sec. 6310. Regulations.
Sec. 6311. Savings provisions.
Sec. 6312. Authorization of appropriations.

       Subtitle E--Izembek National Wildlife Refuge Land Exchange

Sec. 6401. Definitions.
Sec. 6402. Land exchange.
Sec. 6403. King Cove Road.
Sec. 6404. Administration of conveyed lands.
Sec. 6405. Failure to begin road construction.
Sec. 6406. Expiration of legislative authority.

            TITLE VII--NATIONAL PARK SERVICE AUTHORIZATIONS

           Subtitle A--Additions to the National Park System

Sec. 7001. Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park, New Jersey.
Sec. 7002. William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic 
              Site.
Sec. 7003. River Raisin National Battlefield Park.

  Subtitle B--Amendments to Existing Units of the National Park System

Sec. 7101. Funding for Keweenaw National Historical Park.
Sec. 7102. Location of visitor and administrative facilities for Weir 
              Farm National Historic Site.
Sec. 7103. Little River Canyon National Preserve boundary expansion.
Sec. 7104. Hopewell Culture National Historical Park boundary 
              expansion.
Sec. 7105. Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve boundary 
              adjustment.
Sec. 7106. Minute Man National Historical Park.
Sec. 7107. Everglades National Park.
Sec. 7108. Kalaupapa National Historical Park.
Sec. 7109. Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area.
Sec. 7110. Thomas Edison National Historical Park, New Jersey.
Sec. 7111. Women's Rights National Historical Park.
Sec. 7112. Martin Van Buren National Historic Site.
Sec. 7113. Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park.
Sec. 7114. Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park.
Sec. 7115. New River Gorge National River.
Sec. 7116. Technical corrections.
Sec. 7117. Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, Ohio.
Sec. 7118. Fort Davis National Historic Site.

                  Subtitle C--Special Resource Studies

Sec. 7201. Walnut Canyon study.
Sec. 7202. Tule Lake Segregation Center, California.
Sec. 7203. Estate Grange, St. Croix.
Sec. 7204. Harriet Beecher Stowe House, Maine.
Sec. 7205. Shepherdstown battlefield, West Virginia.
Sec. 7206. Green McAdoo School, Tennessee.
Sec. 7207. Harry S Truman Birthplace, Missouri.
Sec. 7208. Battle of Matewan special resource study.
Sec. 7209. Butterfield Overland Trail.
Sec. 7210. Cold War sites theme study.
Sec. 7211. Battle of Camden, South Carolina.
Sec. 7212. Fort San Geronimo, Puerto Rico.

                   Subtitle D--Program Authorizations

Sec. 7301. American Battlefield Protection Program.
Sec. 7302. Preserve America Program.
Sec. 7303. Save America's Treasures Program.
Sec. 7304. Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program.
Sec. 7305. National Cave and Karst Research Institute.

                    Subtitle E--Advisory Commissions

Sec. 7401. Na Hoa Pili O Kaloko-Honokohau Advisory Commission.
Sec. 7402. Cape Cod National Seashore Advisory Commission.
Sec. 7403. Concessions Management Advisory Board.
Sec. 7404. St. Augustine 450th Commemoration Commission.

                  TITLE VIII--NATIONAL HERITAGE AREAS

           Subtitle A--Designation of National Heritage Areas

Sec. 8001. Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area, Colorado.
Sec. 8002. Cache La Poudre River National Heritage Area, Colorado.
Sec. 8003. South Park National Heritage Area, Colorado.
Sec. 8004. Northern Plains National Heritage Area, North Dakota.
Sec. 8005. Baltimore National Heritage Area, Maryland.
Sec. 8006. Freedom's Way National Heritage Area, Massachusetts and New 
              Hampshire.
Sec. 8007. Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area.
Sec. 8008. Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area.
Sec. 8009. Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area, Alabama.
Sec. 8010. Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area, 
              Alaska.

                          Subtitle B--Studies

Sec. 8101. Chattahoochee Trace, Alabama and Georgia.
Sec. 8102. Northern Neck, Virginia.

     Subtitle C--Amendments Relating to National Heritage Corridors

Sec. 8201. Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley National Heritage 
              Corridor.
Sec. 8202. Delaware And Lehigh National Heritage Corridor.
Sec. 8203. Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor.
Sec. 8204. John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage 
              Corridor.

                      Subtitle D--Effect of Title

Sec. 8301. Effect on access for recreational activities.

             TITLE IX--BUREAU OF RECLAMATION AUTHORIZATIONS

                    Subtitle A--Feasibility Studies

Sec. 9001. Snake, Boise, and Payette River systems, Idaho.
Sec. 9002. Sierra Vista Subwatershed, Arizona.
Sec. 9003. San Diego Intertie, California.

                   Subtitle B--Project Authorizations

Sec. 9101. Tumalo Irrigation District Water Conservation Project, 
              Oregon.
Sec. 9102. Madera Water Supply Enhancement Project, California.
Sec. 9103. Eastern New Mexico Rural Water System project, New Mexico.
Sec. 9104. Rancho California Water District project, California.
Sec. 9105. Jackson Gulch Rehabilitation Project, Colorado.
Sec. 9106. Rio Grande Pueblos, New Mexico.
Sec. 9107. Upper Colorado River endangered fish programs.
Sec. 9108. Santa Margarita River, California.
Sec. 9109. Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District.
Sec. 9110. North Bay Water Reuse Authority.
Sec. 9111. Prado Basin Natural Treatment System Project, California.
Sec. 9112. Bunker Hill Groundwater Basin, California.
Sec. 9113. GREAT Project, California.
Sec. 9114. Yucaipa Valley Water District, California.
Sec. 9115. Arkansas Valley Conduit, Colorado.

             Subtitle C--Title Transfers and Clarifications

Sec. 9201. Transfer of McGee Creek pipeline and facilities.
Sec. 9202. Albuquerque Biological Park, New Mexico, title 
              clarification.
Sec. 9203. Goleta Water District Water Distribution System, California.

             Subtitle D--San Gabriel Basin Restoration Fund

Sec. 9301. Restoration Fund.

  Subtitle E--Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program

Sec. 9401. Definitions.
Sec. 9402. Implementation and water accounting.
Sec. 9403. Enforceability of program documents.
Sec. 9404. Authorization of appropriations.

                        Subtitle F--Secure Water

Sec. 9501. Findings.
Sec. 9502. Definitions.
Sec. 9503. Reclamation climate change and water program.
Sec. 9504. Water management improvement.
Sec. 9505. Hydroelectric power assessment.
Sec. 9506. Climate change and water intragovernmental panel.
Sec. 9507. Water data enhancement by United States Geological Survey.
Sec. 9508. National water availability and use assessment program.
Sec. 9509. Research agreement authority.
Sec. 9510. Effect.

                    Subtitle G--Aging Infrastructure

Sec. 9601 Definitions.
Sec. 9602. Guidelines and inspection of project facilities and 
              technical assistance to transferred works operating 
              entities.
Sec. 9603. Extraordinary operation and maintenance work performed by 
              the Secretary.
Sec. 9604. Relationship to Twenty-First Century Water Works Act.
Sec. 9605. Authorization of appropriations.

                       TITLE X--WATER SETTLEMENTS

          Subtitle A--San Joaquin River Restoration Settlement

          PART I--San Joaquin River Restoration Settlement Act

Sec. 10001. Short title.
Sec. 10002. Purpose.
Sec. 10003. Definitions.
Sec. 10004. Implementation of settlement.
Sec. 10005. Acquisition and disposal of property; title to facilities.
Sec. 10006. Compliance with applicable law.
Sec. 10007. Compliance with Central Valley Project Improvement Act.
Sec. 10008. No private right of action.
Sec. 10009. Appropriations; Settlement Fund.
Sec. 10010. Repayment contracts and acceleration of repayment of 
              construction costs.
Sec. 10011. California Central Valley Spring Run Chinook salmon.

              PART II--Study To Develop Water Plan; Report

Sec. 10101. Study to develop water plan; report.

                 PART III--Friant Division Improvements

Sec. 10201. Federal facility improvements.
Sec. 10202. Financial assistance for local projects.
Sec. 10203. Authorization of appropriations.

        Subtitle B--Northwestern New Mexico Rural Water Projects

Sec. 10301. Short title.
Sec. 10302. Definitions.
Sec. 10303. Compliance with environmental laws.
Sec. 10304. No reallocation of costs.
Sec. 10305. Interest rate.

PART I--Amendments to the Colorado River Storage Project Act and Public 
                               Law 87-483

Sec. 10401. Amendments to the Colorado River Storage Project Act.

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Sec. 10402. Amendments to Public Law 87-483.
Sec. 10403. Effect on Federal water law.

              PART II--Reclamation Water Settlements Fund

Sec. 10501. Reclamation Water Settlements Fund.

              PART III--Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project

Sec. 10601. Purposes.
Sec. 10602. Authorization of Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project.
Sec. 10603. Delivery and use of Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project 
              water.
Sec. 10604. Project contracts.
Sec. 10605. Navajo Nation Municipal Pipeline.
Sec. 10606. Authorization of conjunctive use wells.
Sec. 10607. San Juan River Navajo Irrigation Projects.
Sec. 10608. Other irrigation projects.
Sec. 10609. Authorization of appropriations.

                  PART IV--Navajo Nation Water Rights

Sec. 10701. Agreement.
Sec. 10702. Trust Fund.
Sec. 10703. Waivers and releases.
Sec. 10704. Water rights held in trust.

Subtitle C--Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Reservation Water 
                           Rights Settlement

Sec. 10801. Findings.
Sec. 10802. Purposes.
Sec. 10803. Definitions.
Sec. 10804. Approval, ratification, and confirmation of agreement; 
              authorization.
Sec. 10805. Tribal water rights.
Sec. 10806. Duck Valley Indian Irrigation Project.
Sec. 10807. Development and Maintenance Funds.
Sec. 10808. Tribal waiver and release of claims.
Sec. 10809. Miscellaneous.

        TITLE XI--UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY AUTHORIZATIONS

Sec. 11001. Reauthorization of the National Geologic Mapping Act of 
              1992.
Sec. 11002. New Mexico water resources study.

                           TITLE XII--OCEANS

                     Subtitle A--Ocean Exploration

                          PART I--Exploration

Sec. 12001. Purpose.
Sec. 12002. Program established.
Sec. 12003. Powers and duties of the Administrator.
Sec. 12004. Ocean exploration and undersea research technology and 
              infrastructure task force.
Sec. 12005. Ocean Exploration Advisory Board.
Sec. 12006. Authorization of appropriations.

          PART II--NOAA Undersea Research Program Act of 2009

Sec. 12101. Short title.
Sec. 12102. Program established.
Sec. 12103. Powers of program director.
Sec. 12104. Administrative structure.
Sec. 12105. Research, exploration, education, and technology programs.
Sec. 12106. Competitiveness.
Sec. 12107. Authorization of appropriations.

         Subtitle B--Ocean and Coastal Mapping Integration Act

Sec. 12201. Short title.
Sec. 12202. Establishment of program.
Sec. 12203. Interagency committee on ocean and coastal mapping.
Sec. 12204. Biannual reports.
Sec. 12205. Plan.
Sec. 12206. Effect on other laws.
Sec. 12207. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 12208. Definitions.

Subtitle C--Integrated Coastal and Ocean Observation System Act of 2009

Sec. 12301. Short title.
Sec. 12302. Purposes.
Sec. 12303. Definitions.
Sec. 12304. Integrated coastal and ocean observing system.
Sec. 12305. Interagency financing and agreements.
Sec. 12306. Application with other laws.
Sec. 12307. Report to Congress.
Sec. 12308. Public-private use policy.
Sec. 12309. Independent cost estimate.
Sec. 12310. Intent of Congress.
Sec. 12311. Authorization of appropriations.

Subtitle D--Federal Ocean Acidification Research and Monitoring Act of 
                                  2009

Sec. 12401. Short title.
Sec. 12402. Purposes.
Sec. 12403. Definitions.
Sec. 12404. Interagency subcommittee.
Sec. 12405. Strategic research plan.
Sec. 12406. NOAA ocean acidification activities.
Sec. 12407. NSF ocean acidification activities.
Sec. 12408. NASA ocean acidification activities.
Sec. 12409. Authorization of appropriations.

      Subtitle E--Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation Program

Sec. 12501. Short title.
Sec. 12502. Authorization of Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation 
              Program.

                       TITLE XIII--MISCELLANEOUS

Sec. 13001. Management and distribution of North Dakota trust funds.
Sec. 13002. Amendments to the Fisheries Restoration and Irrigation 
              Mitigation Act of 2000.
Sec. 13003. Amendments to the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline Act.
Sec. 13004. Additional Assistant Secretary for Department of Energy.
Sec. 13005. Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute.
Sec. 13006. Authorization of appropriations for National Tropical 
              Botanical Garden.

          TITLE XIV--CHRISTOPHER AND DANA REEVE PARALYSIS ACT

Sec. 14001. Short title.

                     Subtitle A--Paralysis Research

Sec. 14101. Activities of the National Institutes of Health with 
              respect to research on paralysis.

         Subtitle B--Paralysis Rehabilitation Research and Care

Sec. 14201. Activities of the National Institutes of Health with 
              respect to research with implications for enhancing daily 
              function for persons with paralysis.

 Subtitle C--Improving Quality of Life for Persons With Paralysis and 
                      Other Physical Disabilities

Sec. 14301. Programs to improve quality of life for persons with 
              paralysis and other physical disabilities.

       TITLE XV--SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION FACILITIES AUTHORIZATION

Sec. 15101. Laboratory and support space, Edgewater, Maryland.
Sec. 15102. Laboratory space, Gamboa, Panama.
Sec. 15103. Construction of greenhouse facility.

   TITLE I--ADDITIONS TO THE NATIONAL WILDERNESS PRESERVATION SYSTEM

                Subtitle A--Wild Monongahela Wilderness

     SEC. 1001. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS, MONONGAHELA NATIONAL 
                   FOREST, WEST VIRGINIA.

       (a) Designation.--In furtherance of the purposes of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the following 
     Federal lands within the Monongahela National Forest in the 
     State of West Virginia are designated as wilderness and as 
     either a new component of the National Wilderness 
     Preservation System or as an addition to an existing 
     component of the National Wilderness Preservation System:
       (1) Certain Federal land comprising approximately 5,144 
     acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Big Draft 
     Proposed Wilderness'' and dated March 11, 2008, which shall 
     be known as the ``Big Draft Wilderness''.
       (2) Certain Federal land comprising approximately 11,951 
     acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Cranberry 
     Expansion Proposed Wilderness'' and dated March 11, 2008, 
     which shall be added to and administered as part of the 
     Cranberry Wilderness designated by section 1(1) of Public Law 
     97-466 (96 Stat. 2538).
       (3) Certain Federal land comprising approximately 7,156 
     acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Dolly Sods 
     Expansion Proposed Wilderness'' and dated March 11, 2008, 
     which shall be added to and administered as part of the Dolly 
     Sods Wilderness designated by section 3(a)(13) of Public Law 
     93-622 (88 Stat. 2098).
       (4) Certain Federal land comprising approximately 698 
     acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Otter 
     Creek Expansion Proposed Wilderness'' and dated March 11, 
     2008, which shall be added to and administered as part of the 
     Otter Creek Wilderness designated by section 3(a)(14) of 
     Public Law 93-622 (88 Stat. 2098).
       (5) Certain Federal land comprising approximately 6,792 
     acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Roaring 
     Plains Proposed Wilderness'' and dated March 11, 2008, which 
     shall be known as the ``Roaring Plains West Wilderness''.
       (6) Certain Federal land comprising approximately 6,030 
     acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Spice Run 
     Proposed Wilderness'' and dated March 11, 2008, which shall 
     be known as the ``Spice Run Wilderness''.
       (b) Maps and Legal Description.--
       (1) Filing and availability.--As soon as practicable after 
     the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
     Agriculture, acting through the Chief of the Forest Service, 
     shall file with the Committee on Natural Resources of the 
     House of Representatives and the Committee on Energy and 
     Natural Resources of the Senate a map and legal description 
     of each wilderness area designated or expanded by subsection 
     (a). The maps and legal descriptions shall be on file and 
     available for public inspection in the office of the Chief of 
     the Forest Service and the office of the Supervisor of the 
     Monongahela National Forest.
       (2) Force and effect.--The maps and legal descriptions 
     referred to in this subsection shall have the same force and 
     effect as if included in this subtitle, except that the 
     Secretary may correct errors in the maps and descriptions.
       (c) Administration.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     Federal lands designated as wilderness by subsection (a) 
     shall be administered by the Secretary in accordance with the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.). The Secretary may 
     continue to authorize the competitive running event permitted 
     from 2003 through 2007 in the vicinity of the boundaries of 
     the Dolly Sods Wilderness addition designated by paragraph 
     (3) of subsection (a) and the Roaring Plains West Wilderness 
     Area designated by paragraph (5) of such subsection, in a 
     manner compatible with the preservation of such areas as 
     wilderness.
       (d) Effective Date of Wilderness Act.--With respect to the 
     Federal lands designated as wilderness by subsection (a), any 
     reference in the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) to 
     the effective date of the Wilderness Act shall be deemed to 
     be a reference to the date of the enactment of this Act.
       (e) Fish and Wildlife.--As provided in section 4(d)(7) of 
     the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(7)), nothing in this 
     section affects the jurisdiction or responsibility of the 
     State of West Virginia with respect to wildlife and fish.

     SEC. 1002. BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT, LAUREL FORK SOUTH WILDERNESS, 
                   MONONGAHELA NATIONAL FOREST.

       (a) Boundary Adjustment.--The boundary of the Laurel Fork 
     South Wilderness designated

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     by section 1(3) of Public Law 97-466 (96 Stat. 2538) is 
     modified to exclude two parcels of land, as generally 
     depicted on the map entitled ``Monongahela National Forest 
     Laurel Fork South Wilderness Boundary Modification'' and 
     dated March 11, 2008, and more particularly described 
     according to the site-specific maps and legal descriptions on 
     file in the office of the Forest Supervisor, Monongahela 
     National Forest. The general map shall be on file and 
     available for public inspection in the Office of the Chief of 
     the Forest Service.
       (b) Management.--Federally owned land delineated on the 
     maps referred to in subsection (a) as the Laurel Fork South 
     Wilderness, as modified by such subsection, shall continue to 
     be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture in accordance 
     with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.).

     SEC. 1003. MONONGAHELA NATIONAL FOREST BOUNDARY CONFIRMATION.

       (a) In General.--The boundary of the Monongahela National 
     Forest is confirmed to include the tracts of land as 
     generally depicted on the map entitled ``Monongahela National 
     Forest Boundary Confirmation'' and dated March 13, 2008, and 
     all Federal lands under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of 
     Agriculture, acting through the Chief of the Forest Service, 
     encompassed within such boundary shall be managed under the 
     laws and regulations pertaining to the National Forest 
     System.
       (b) Land and Water Conservation Fund.--For the purposes of 
     section 7 of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965 
     (16 U.S.C. 460l-9), the boundaries of the Monongahela 
     National Forest, as confirmed by subsection (a), shall be 
     considered to be the boundaries of the Monongahela National 
     Forest as of January 1, 1965.

     SEC. 1004. ENHANCED TRAIL OPPORTUNITIES.

       (a) Plan.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary of Agriculture, in 
     consultation with interested parties, shall develop a plan to 
     provide for enhanced nonmotorized recreation trail 
     opportunities on lands not designated as wilderness within 
     the Monongahela National Forest.
       (2) Nonmotorized recreation trail defined.--For the 
     purposes of this subsection, the term ``nonmotorized 
     recreation trail'' means a trail designed for hiking, 
     bicycling, and equestrian use.
       (b) Report.--Not later than two years after the date of the 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture shall 
     submit to Congress a report on the implementation of the plan 
     required under subsection (a), including the identification 
     of priority trails for development.
       (c) Consideration of Conversion of Forest Roads to 
     Recreational Uses.--In considering possible closure and 
     decommissioning of a Forest Service road within the 
     Monongahela National Forest after the date of the enactment 
     of this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture, in accordance with 
     applicable law, may consider converting the road to 
     nonmotorized uses to enhance recreational opportunities 
     within the Monongahela National Forest.

            Subtitle B--Virginia Ridge and Valley Wilderness

     SEC. 1101. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Scenic areas.--The term ``scenic areas'' means the Seng 
     Mountain National Scenic Area and the Bear Creek National 
     Scenic Area.
       (2) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of Agriculture.

     SEC. 1102. DESIGNATION OF ADDITIONAL NATIONAL FOREST SYSTEM 
                   LAND IN JEFFERSON NATIONAL FOREST AS WILDERNESS 
                   OR A WILDERNESS STUDY AREA.

       (a) Designation of Wilderness.--Section 1 of Public Law 
     100-326 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 102 Stat. 584, 114 Stat. 2057), 
     is amended--
       (1) in the matter preceding paragraph (1), by striking 
     ``System--'' and inserting ``System:'';
       (2) by striking ``certain'' each place it appears and 
     inserting ``Certain'';
       (3) in each of paragraphs (1) through (6), by striking the 
     semicolon at the end and inserting a period;
       (4) in paragraph (7), by striking ``; and'' and inserting a 
     period; and
       (5) by adding at the end the following:
       ``(9) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 3,743 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Brush Mountain and Brush Mountain East' 
     and dated May 5, 2008, which shall be known as the `Brush 
     Mountain East Wilderness'.
       ``(10) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 4,794 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Brush Mountain and Brush Mountain East' 
     and dated May 5, 2008, which shall be known as the `Brush 
     Mountain Wilderness'.
       ``(11) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 4,223 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Seng Mountain and Raccoon Branch' and 
     dated April 28, 2008, which shall be known as the `Raccoon 
     Branch Wilderness'.
       ``(12) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 3,270 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Stone Mountain' and dated April 28, 
     2008, which shall be known as the `Stone Mountain 
     Wilderness'.
       ``(13) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 8,470 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Garden Mountain and Hunting Camp Creek' 
     and dated April 28, 2008, which shall be known as the 
     `Hunting Camp Creek Wilderness'.
       ``(14) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 3,291 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Garden Mountain and Hunting Camp Creek' 
     and dated April 28, 2008, which shall be known as the `Garden 
     Mountain Wilderness'.
       ``(15) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 5,476 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Mountain Lake Additions' and dated April 
     28, 2008, which is incorporated in the Mountain Lake 
     Wilderness designated by section 2(6) of the Virginia 
     Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-
     586).
       ``(16) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 308 acres, as generally depicted on 
     the map entitled `Lewis Fork Addition and Little Wilson Creek 
     Additions' and dated April 28, 2008, which is incorporated in 
     the Lewis Fork Wilderness designated by section 2(3) of the 
     Virginia Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public 
     Law 98-586).
       ``(17) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 1,845 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Lewis Fork Addition and Little Wilson 
     Creek Additions' and dated April 28, 2008, which is 
     incorporated in the Little Wilson Creek Wilderness designated 
     by section 2(5) of the Virginia Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 
     U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-586).
       ``(18) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 2,219 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Shawvers Run Additions' and dated April 
     28, 2008, which is incorporated in the Shawvers Run 
     Wilderness designated by paragraph (4).
       ``(19) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 1,203 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Peters Mountain Addition' and dated 
     April 28, 2008, which is incorporated in the Peters Mountain 
     Wilderness designated by section 2(7) of the Virginia 
     Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-
     586).
       ``(20) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 263 acres, as generally depicted on 
     the map entitled `Kimberling Creek Additions and Potential 
     Wilderness Area' and dated April 28, 2008, which is 
     incorporated in the Kimberling Creek Wilderness designated by 
     section 2(2) of the Virginia Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 
     U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-586).''.
       (b) Designation of Wilderness Study Area.--The Virginia 
     Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-
     586) is amended--
       (1) in the first section, by inserting ``as'' after 
     ``cited''; and
       (2) in section 6(a)--
       (A) by striking ``certain'' each place it appears and 
     inserting ``Certain'';
       (B) in each of paragraphs (1) and (2), by striking the 
     semicolon at the end and inserting a period;
       (C) in paragraph (3), by striking ``; and'' and inserting a 
     period; and
       (D) by adding at the end the following:
       ``(5) Certain land in the Jefferson National Forest 
     comprising approximately 3,226 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Lynn Camp Creek Wilderness Study Area' 
     and dated April 28, 2008, which shall be known as the `Lynn 
     Camp Creek Wilderness Study Area'.''.

     SEC. 1103. DESIGNATION OF KIMBERLING CREEK POTENTIAL 
                   WILDERNESS AREA, JEFFERSON NATIONAL FOREST, 
                   VIRGINIA.

       (a) Designation.--In furtherance of the purposes of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain land in the 
     Jefferson National Forest comprising approximately 349 acres, 
     as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Kimberling Creek 
     Additions and Potential Wilderness Area'' and dated April 28, 
     2008, is designated as a potential wilderness area for 
     incorporation in the Kimberling Creek Wilderness designated 
     by section 2(2) of the Virginia Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 
     U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-586).
       (b) Management.--Except as provided in subsection (c) and 
     subject to valid existing rights, the Secretary shall manage 
     the potential wilderness area in accordance with the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.).
       (c) Ecological Restoration.--
       (1) In general.--For purposes of ecological restoration 
     (including the elimination of nonnative species, removal of 
     illegal, unused, or decommissioned roads, and any other 
     activity necessary to restore the natural ecosystems in the 
     potential wilderness area), the Secretary may use motorized 
     equipment and mechanized transport in the potential 
     wilderness area until the date on which the potential 
     wilderness area is incorporated into the Kimberling Creek 
     Wilderness.
       (2) Limitation.--To the maximum extent practicable, the 
     Secretary shall use the minimum tool or administrative 
     practice necessary to accomplish ecological restoration with 
     the least amount of adverse impact on wilderness character 
     and resources.
       (d) Wilderness Designation.--The potential wilderness area 
     shall be designated as wilderness and incorporated in the 
     Kimberling Creek Wilderness on the earlier of--
       (1) the date on which the Secretary publishes in the 
     Federal Register notice that the conditions in the potential 
     wilderness area that are incompatible with the Wilderness Act 
     (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) have been removed; or
       (2) the date that is 5 years after the date of enactment of 
     this Act.

     SEC. 1104. SENG MOUNTAIN AND BEAR CREEK SCENIC AREAS, 
                   JEFFERSON NATIONAL FOREST, VIRGINIA.

       (a) Establishment.--There are designated as National Scenic 
     Areas--
       (1) certain National Forest System land in the Jefferson 
     National Forest, comprising approximately 5,192 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the map entitled ``Seng Mountain and 
     Raccoon Branch'' and dated April 28, 2008, which shall be 
     known as the ``Seng Mountain National Scenic Area''; and
       (2) certain National Forest System land in the Jefferson 
     National Forest, comprising approximately 5,128 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the

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     map entitled ``Bear Creek'' and dated April 28, 2008, which 
     shall be known as the ``Bear Creek National Scenic Area''.
       (b) Purposes.--The purposes of the scenic areas are--
       (1) to ensure the protection and preservation of scenic 
     quality, water quality, natural characteristics, and water 
     resources of the scenic areas;
       (2) consistent with paragraph (1), to protect wildlife and 
     fish habitat in the scenic areas;
       (3) to protect areas in the scenic areas that may develop 
     characteristics of old-growth forests; and
       (4) consistent with paragraphs (1), (2), and (3), to 
     provide a variety of recreation opportunities in the scenic 
     areas.
       (c) Administration.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall administer the scenic 
     areas in accordance with--
       (A) this subtitle; and
       (B) the laws (including regulations) generally applicable 
     to the National Forest System.
       (2) Authorized uses.--The Secretary shall only allow uses 
     of the scenic areas that the Secretary determines will 
     further the purposes of the scenic areas, as described in 
     subsection (b).
       (d) Management Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 2 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall develop as an 
     amendment to the land and resource management plan for the 
     Jefferson National Forest a management plan for the scenic 
     areas.
       (2) Effect.--Nothing in this subsection requires the 
     Secretary to revise the land and resource management plan for 
     the Jefferson National Forest under section 6 of the Forest 
     and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act of 1974 (16 
     U.S.C. 1604).
       (e) Roads.--
       (1) In general.--Except as provided in paragraph (2), after 
     the date of enactment of this Act, no roads shall be 
     established or constructed within the scenic areas.
       (2) Limitation.--Nothing in this subsection denies any 
     owner of private land (or an interest in private land) that 
     is located in a scenic area the right to access the private 
     land.
       (f) Timber Harvest.--
       (1) In general.--Except as provided in paragraphs (2) and 
     (3), no harvesting of timber shall be allowed within the 
     scenic areas.
       (2) Exceptions.--The Secretary may authorize harvesting of 
     timber in the scenic areas if the Secretary determines that 
     the harvesting is necessary to--
       (A) control fire;
       (B) provide for public safety or trail access; or
       (C) control insect and disease outbreaks.
       (3) Firewood for personal use.--Firewood may be harvested 
     for personal use along perimeter roads in the scenic areas, 
     subject to any conditions that the Secretary may impose.
       (g) Insect and Disease Outbreaks.--The Secretary may 
     control insect and disease outbreaks--
       (1) to maintain scenic quality;
       (2) to prevent tree mortality;
       (3) to reduce hazards to visitors; or
       (4) to protect private land.
       (h) Vegetation Management.--The Secretary may engage in 
     vegetation manipulation practices in the scenic areas to 
     maintain the visual quality and wildlife clearings in 
     existence on the date of enactment of this Act.
       (i) Motorized Vehicles.--
       (1) In general.--Except as provided in paragraph (2), 
     motorized vehicles shall not be allowed within the scenic 
     areas.
       (2) Exceptions.--The Secretary may authorize the use of 
     motorized vehicles--
       (A) to carry out administrative activities that further the 
     purposes of the scenic areas, as described in subsection (b);
       (B) to assist wildlife management projects in existence on 
     the date of enactment of this Act; and
       (C) during deer and bear hunting seasons--
       (i) on Forest Development Roads 49410 and 84b; and
       (ii) on the portion of Forest Development Road 6261 
     designated on the map described in subsection (a)(2) as 
     ``open seasonally''.
       (j) Wildfire Suppression.--Wildfire suppression within the 
     scenic areas shall be conducted--
       (1) in a manner consistent with the purposes of the scenic 
     areas, as described in subsection (b); and
       (2) using such means as the Secretary determines to be 
     appropriate.
       (k) Water.--The Secretary shall administer the scenic areas 
     in a manner that maintains and enhances water quality.
       (l) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, all 
     Federal land in the scenic areas is withdrawn from--
       (1) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (2) operation of the mineral leasing and geothermal leasing 
     laws.

     SEC. 1105. TRAIL PLAN AND DEVELOPMENT.

       (a) Trail Plan.--The Secretary, in consultation with 
     interested parties, shall establish a trail plan to develop--
       (1) in a manner consistent with the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), hiking and equestrian trails in the 
     wilderness areas designated by paragraphs (9) through (20) of 
     section 1 of Public Law 100-326 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note) (as 
     added by section 1102(a)(5)); and
       (2) nonmotorized recreation trails in the scenic areas.
       (b) Implementation Report.--Not later than 2 years after 
     the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit 
     to Congress a report that describes the implementation of the 
     trail plan, including the identification of priority trails 
     for development.
       (c) Sustainable Trail Required.--The Secretary shall 
     develop a sustainable trail, using a contour curvilinear 
     alignment, to provide for nonmotorized travel along the 
     southern boundary of the Raccoon Branch Wilderness 
     established by section 1(11) of Public Law 100-326 (16 U.S.C. 
     1132 note) (as added by section 1102(a)(5)) connecting to 
     Forest Development Road 49352 in Smyth County, Virginia.

     SEC. 1106. MAPS AND BOUNDARY DESCRIPTIONS.

       (a) In General.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file with the 
     Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate and 
     the Committee on Natural Resources and the Committee on 
     Agriculture of the House of Representatives maps and boundary 
     descriptions of--
       (1) the scenic areas;
       (2) the wilderness areas designated by paragraphs (9) 
     through (20) of section 1 of Public Law 100-326 (16 U.S.C. 
     1132 note) (as added by section 1102(a)(5));
       (3) the wilderness study area designated by section 6(a)(5) 
     of the Virginia Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 
     Public Law 98-586) (as added by section 1102(b)(2)(D)); and
       (4) the potential wilderness area designated by section 
     1103(a).
       (b) Force and Effect.--The maps and boundary descriptions 
     filed under subsection (a) shall have the same force and 
     effect as if included in this subtitle, except that the 
     Secretary may correct any minor errors in the maps and 
     boundary descriptions.
       (c) Availability of Map and Boundary Description.--The maps 
     and boundary descriptions filed under subsection (a) shall be 
     on file and available for public inspection in the Office of 
     the Chief of the Forest Service.
       (d) Conflict.--In the case of a conflict between a map 
     filed under subsection (a) and the acreage of the applicable 
     areas specified in this subtitle, the map shall control.

     SEC. 1107. EFFECTIVE DATE.

       Any reference in the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
     seq.) to the effective date of that Act shall be considered 
     to be a reference to the date of enactment of this Act for 
     purposes of administering--
       (1) the wilderness areas designated by paragraphs (9) 
     through (20) of section 1 of Public Law 100-326 (16 U.S.C. 
     1132 note) (as added by section 1102(a)(5)); and
       (2) the potential wilderness area designated by section 
     1103(a).

                Subtitle C--Mt. Hood Wilderness, Oregon

     SEC. 1201. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of Agriculture.
       (2) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Oregon.

     SEC. 1202. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS.

       (a) Designation of Lewis and Clark Mount Hood Wilderness 
     Areas.--In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 
     et seq.), the following areas in the State of Oregon are 
     designated as wilderness areas and as components of the 
     National Wilderness Preservation System:
       (1) Badger creek wilderness additions.--Certain Federal 
     land managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
     4,140 acres, as generally depicted on the maps entitled 
     ``Badger Creek Wilderness--Badger Creek Additions'' and 
     ``Badger Creek Wilderness--Bonney Butte'', dated July 16, 
     2007, which is incorporated in, and considered to be a part 
     of, the Badger Creek Wilderness, as designated by section 
     3(3) of the Oregon Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 
     note; 98 Stat. 273).
       (2) Bull of the woods wilderness addition.--Certain Federal 
     land managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
     10,180 acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
     ``Bull of the Woods Wilderness--Bull of the Woods 
     Additions'', dated July 16, 2007, which is incorporated in, 
     and considered to be a part of, the Bull of the Woods 
     Wilderness, as designated by section 3(4) of the Oregon 
     Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 98 Stat. 273).
       (3) Clackamas wilderness.--Certain Federal land managed by 
     the Forest Service, comprising approximately 9,470 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the maps entitled ``Clackamas 
     Wilderness--Big Bottom'', ``Clackamas Wilderness--Clackamas 
     Canyon'', ``Clackamas Wilderness--Memaloose Lake'', 
     ``Clackamas Wilderness--Sisi Butte'', and ``Clackamas 
     Wilderness--South Fork Clackamas'', dated July 16, 2007, 
     which shall be known as the ``Clackamas Wilderness''.
       (4) Mark o. hatfield wilderness additions.--Certain Federal 
     land managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
     25,960 acres, as generally depicted on the maps entitled 
     ``Mark O. Hatfield Wilderness--Gorge Face'' and ``Mark O. 
     Hatfield Wilderness--Larch Mountain'', dated July 16, 2007, 
     which is incorporated in, and considered to be a part of, the 
     Mark O. Hatfield Wilderness, as designated by section 3(1) of 
     the Oregon Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 98 
     Stat. 273).
       (5) Mount hood wilderness additions.--Certain Federal land 
     managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
     18,450 acres, as generally depicted on the maps entitled 
     ``Mount Hood Wilderness--Barlow Butte'', ``Mount Hood 
     Wilderness--Elk Cove/Mazama'', ``Richard L. Kohnstamm 
     Memorial Area'', ``Mount Hood Wilderness--Sand Canyon'', 
     ``Mount Hood Wilderness--Sandy Additions'', ``Mount Hood 
     Wilderness--Twin Lakes'', and ``Mount Hood Wilderness--White 
     River'', dated July 16, 2007, and the map entitled ``Mount 
     Hood Wilderness--Cloud Cap'', dated July 20, 2007, which is 
     incorporated in, and considered to be a part of, the Mount 
     Hood Wilderness, as designated under section 3(a) of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1132(a)) and enlarged by section 
     3(d) of the Endangered American Wilderness Act of 1978 (16 
     U.S.C. 1132 note; 92 Stat. 43).
       (6) Roaring river wilderness.--Certain Federal land managed 
     by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 36,550 acres, 
     as generally

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     depicted on the map entitled ``Roaring River Wilderness--
     Roaring River Wilderness'', dated July 16, 2007, which shall 
     be known as the ``Roaring River Wilderness''.
       (7) Salmon-huckleberry wilderness additions.--Certain 
     Federal land managed by the Forest Service, comprising 
     approximately 16,620 acres, as generally depicted on the maps 
     entitled ``Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness--Alder Creek 
     Addition'', ``Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness--Eagle Creek 
     Addition'', ``Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness--Hunchback 
     Mountain'', ``Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness--Inch Creek'', 
     ``Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness--Mirror Lake'', and ``Salmon-
     Huckleberry Wilderness--Salmon River Meadows'', dated July 
     16, 2007, which is incorporated in, and considered to be a 
     part of, the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness, as designated by 
     section 3(2) of the Oregon Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 
     1132 note; 98 Stat. 273).
       (8) Lower white river wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
     managed by the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management, 
     comprising approximately 2,870 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled ``Lower White River Wilderness--Lower 
     White River'', dated July 16, 2007, which shall be known as 
     the ``Lower White River Wilderness''.
       (b) Richard L. Kohnstamm Memorial Area.--Certain Federal 
     land managed by the Forest Service, as generally depicted on 
     the map entitled ``Richard L. Kohnstamm Memorial Area'', 
     dated July 16, 2007, is designated as the ``Richard L. 
     Kohnstamm Memorial Area''.
       (c) Potential Wilderness Area; Additions to Wilderness 
     Areas.--
       (1) Roaring river potential wilderness area.--
       (A) In general.--In furtherance of the purposes of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain Federal land 
     managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 900 
     acres identified as ``Potential Wilderness'' on the map 
     entitled ``Roaring River Wilderness'', dated July 16, 2007, 
     is designated as a potential wilderness area.
       (B) Management.--The potential wilderness area designated 
     by subparagraph (A) shall be managed in accordance with 
     section 4 of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133).
       (C) Designation as wilderness.--On the date on which the 
     Secretary publishes in the Federal Register notice that the 
     conditions in the potential wilderness area designated by 
     subparagraph (A) are compatible with the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the potential wilderness shall be--
       (i) designated as wilderness and as a component of the 
     National Wilderness Preservation System; and
       (ii) incorporated into the Roaring River Wilderness 
     designated by subsection (a)(6).
       (2) Addition to the mount hood wilderness.--On completion 
     of the land exchange under section 1206(a)(2), certain 
     Federal land managed by the Forest Service, comprising 
     approximately 1,710 acres, as generally depicted on the map 
     entitled ``Mount Hood Wilderness--Tilly Jane'', dated July 
     20, 2007, shall be incorporated in, and considered to be a 
     part of, the Mount Hood Wilderness, as designated under 
     section 3(a) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1132(a)) and 
     enlarged by section 3(d) of the Endangered American 
     Wilderness Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 92 Stat. 43) and 
     subsection (a)(5).
       (3) Addition to the salmon-huckleberry wilderness.--On 
     acquisition by the United States, the approximately 160 acres 
     of land identified as ``Land to be acquired by USFS'' on the 
     map entitled ``Hunchback Mountain Land Exchange, Clackamas 
     County'', dated June 2006, shall be incorporated in, and 
     considered to be a part of, the Salmon-Huckleberry 
     Wilderness, as designated by section 3(2) of the Oregon 
     Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 98 Stat. 273) 
     and enlarged by subsection (a)(7).
       (d) Maps and Legal Descriptions.--
       (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file a map and a 
     legal description of each wilderness area and potential 
     wilderness area designated by this section, with--
       (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (2) Force of law.--The maps and legal descriptions filed 
     under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct typographical errors in the maps and legal 
     descriptions.
       (3) Public availability.--Each map and legal description 
     filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the Forest 
     Service and Bureau of Land Management.
       (4) Description of land.--The boundaries of the areas 
     designated as wilderness by subsection (a) that are 
     immediately adjacent to a utility right-of-way or a Federal 
     Energy Regulatory Commission project boundary shall be 100 
     feet from the boundary of the right-of-way or the project 
     boundary.
       (e) Administration.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights, each 
     area designated as wilderness by this section shall be 
     administered by the Secretary that has jurisdiction over the 
     land within the wilderness, in accordance with the Wilderness 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), except that--
       (A) any reference in that Act to the effective date shall 
     be considered to be a reference to the date of enactment of 
     this Act; and
       (B) any reference in that Act to the Secretary of 
     Agriculture shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     Secretary that has jurisdiction over the land within the 
     wilderness.
       (2) Incorporation of acquired land and interests.--Any land 
     within the boundary of a wilderness area designated by this 
     section that is acquired by the United States shall--
       (A) become part of the wilderness area in which the land is 
     located; and
       (B) be managed in accordance with this section, the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), and any other 
     applicable law.
       (f) Buffer Zones.--
       (1) In general.--As provided in the Oregon Wilderness Act 
     of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-328), Congress 
     does not intend for designation of wilderness areas in the 
     State under this section to lead to the creation of 
     protective perimeters or buffer zones around each wilderness 
     area.
       (2) Activities or uses up to boundaries.--The fact that 
     nonwilderness activities or uses can be seen or heard from 
     within a wilderness area shall not, of itself, preclude the 
     activities or uses up to the boundary of the wilderness area.
       (g) Fish and Wildlife.--Nothing in this section affects the 
     jurisdiction or responsibilities of the State with respect to 
     fish and wildlife.
       (h) Fire, Insects, and Diseases.--As provided in section 
     4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)), within 
     the wilderness areas designated by this section, the 
     Secretary that has jurisdiction over the land within the 
     wilderness (referred to in this subsection as the 
     ``Secretary'') may take such measures as are necessary to 
     control fire, insects, and diseases, subject to such terms 
     and conditions as the Secretary determines to be desirable 
     and appropriate.
       (i) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid rights in existence on 
     the date of enactment of this Act, the Federal land 
     designated as wilderness by this section is withdrawn from 
     all forms of--
       (1) entry, appropriation, or disposal under the public land 
     laws;
       (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (3) disposition under all laws pertaining to mineral and 
     geothermal leasing or mineral materials.

     SEC. 1203. DESIGNATION OF STREAMS FOR WILD AND SCENIC RIVER 
                   PROTECTION IN THE MOUNT HOOD AREA.

       (a) Wild and Scenic River Designations, Mount Hood National 
     Forest.--
       (1) In general.--Section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) is amended by adding at the end the 
     following:
       ``(171) South fork clackamas river, oregon.--The 4.2-mile 
     segment of the South Fork Clackamas River from its confluence 
     with the East Fork of the South Fork Clackamas to its 
     confluence with the Clackamas River, to be administered by 
     the Secretary of Agriculture as a wild river.
       ``(172) Eagle creek, oregon.--The 8.3-mile segment of Eagle 
     Creek from its headwaters to the Mount Hood National Forest 
     boundary, to be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture 
     as a wild river.
       ``(173) Middle fork hood river.--The 3.7-mile segment of 
     the Middle Fork Hood River from the confluence of Clear and 
     Coe Branches to the north section line of section 11, 
     township 1 south, range 9 east, to be administered by the 
     Secretary of Agriculture as a scenic river.
       ``(174) South fork roaring river, oregon.--The 4.6-mile 
     segment of the South Fork Roaring River from its headwaters 
     to its confluence with Roaring River, to be administered by 
     the Secretary of Agriculture as a wild river.
       ``(175) Zig zag river, oregon.--The 4.3-mile segment of the 
     Zig Zag River from its headwaters to the Mount Hood 
     Wilderness boundary, to be administered by the Secretary of 
     Agriculture as a wild river.
       ``(176) Fifteenmile creek, oregon.--
       ``(A) In general.--The 11.1-mile segment of Fifteenmile 
     Creek from its source at Senecal Spring to the southern edge 
     of the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section 
     20, township 2 south, range 12 east, to be administered by 
     the Secretary of Agriculture in the following classes:
       ``(i) The 2.6-mile segment from its source at Senecal 
     Spring to the Badger Creek Wilderness boundary, as a wild 
     river.
       ``(ii) The 0.4-mile segment from the Badger Creek 
     Wilderness boundary to the point 0.4 miles downstream, as a 
     scenic river.
       ``(iii) The 7.9-mile segment from the point 0.4 miles 
     downstream of the Badger Creek Wilderness boundary to the 
     western edge of section 20, township 2 south, range 12 east 
     as a wild river.
       ``(iv) The 0.2-mile segment from the western edge of 
     section 20, township 2 south, range 12 east, to the southern 
     edge of the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of 
     section 20, township 2 south, range 12 east as a scenic 
     river.
       ``(B) Inclusions.--Notwithstanding section 3(b), the 
     lateral boundaries of both the wild river area and the scenic 
     river area along Fifteenmile Creek shall include an average 
     of not more than 640 acres per mile measured from the 
     ordinary high water mark on both sides of the river.
       ``(177) East fork hood river, oregon.--The 13.5-mile 
     segment of the East Fork Hood River from Oregon State Highway 
     35 to the Mount Hood National Forest boundary, to be 
     administered by the Secretary of Agriculture as a 
     recreational river.
       ``(178) Collawash river, oregon.--The 17.8-mile segment of 
     the Collawash River from the headwaters of the East Fork 
     Collawash to the confluence of the mainstream of the 
     Collawash River with the Clackamas River, to be administered 
     by the Secretary of Agriculture in the following classes:
       ``(A) The 11.0-mile segment from the headwaters of the East 
     Fork Collawash River to Buckeye Creek, as a scenic river.
       ``(B) The 6.8-mile segment from Buckeye Creek to the 
     Clackamas River, as a recreational river.
       ``(179) Fish creek, oregon.--The 13.5-mile segment of Fish 
     Creek from its headwaters to the confluence with the 
     Clackamas River, to be

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     administered by the Secretary of Agriculture as a 
     recreational river.''.
       (2) Effect.--The amendments made by paragraph (1) do not 
     affect valid existing water rights.
       (b) Protection for Hood River, Oregon.--Section 13(a)(4) of 
     the ``Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Act'' (16 
     U.S.C. 544k(a)(4)) is amended by striking ``for a period not 
     to exceed twenty years from the date of enactment of this 
     Act,''.

     SEC. 1204. MOUNT HOOD NATIONAL RECREATION AREA.

       (a) Designation.--To provide for the protection, 
     preservation, and enhancement of recreational, ecological, 
     scenic, cultural, watershed, and fish and wildlife values, 
     there is established the Mount Hood National Recreation Area 
     within the Mount Hood National Forest.
       (b) Boundary.--The Mount Hood National Recreation Area 
     shall consist of certain Federal land managed by the Forest 
     Service and Bureau of Land Management, comprising 
     approximately 34,550 acres, as generally depicted on the maps 
     entitled ``National Recreation Areas--Mount Hood NRA'', 
     ``National Recreation Areas--Fifteenmile Creek NRA'', and 
     ``National Recreation Areas--Shellrock Mountain'', dated 
     February 2007.
       (c) Map and Legal Description.--
       (1) Submission of legal description.--As soon as 
     practicable after the date of enactment of this Act, the 
     Secretary shall file a map and a legal description of the 
     Mount Hood National Recreation Area with--
       (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (2) Force of law.--The map and legal description filed 
     under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct typographical errors in the map and the legal 
     description.
       (3) Public availability.--The map and legal description 
     filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the Forest 
     Service.
       (d) Administration.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall--
       (A) administer the Mount Hood National Recreation Area--
       (i) in accordance with the laws (including regulations) and 
     rules applicable to the National Forest System; and
       (ii) consistent with the purposes described in subsection 
     (a); and
       (B) only allow uses of the Mount Hood National Recreation 
     Area that are consistent with the purposes described in 
     subsection (a).
       (2) Applicable law.--Any portion of a wilderness area 
     designated by section 1202 that is located within the Mount 
     Hood National Recreation Area shall be administered in 
     accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.).
       (e) Timber.--The cutting, sale, or removal of timber within 
     the Mount Hood National Recreation Area may be permitted--
       (1) to the extent necessary to improve the health of the 
     forest in a manner that--
       (A) maximizes the retention of large trees--
       (i) as appropriate to the forest type; and
       (ii) to the extent that the trees promote stands that are 
     fire-resilient and healthy;
       (B) improves the habitats of threatened, endangered, or 
     sensitive species; or
       (C) maintains or restores the composition and structure of 
     the ecosystem by reducing the risk of uncharacteristic 
     wildfire;
       (2) to accomplish an approved management activity in 
     furtherance of the purposes established by this section, if 
     the cutting, sale, or removal of timber is incidental to the 
     management activity; or
       (3) for de minimus personal or administrative use within 
     the Mount Hood National Recreation Area, where such use will 
     not impair the purposes established by this section.
       (f) Road Construction.--No new or temporary roads shall be 
     constructed or reconstructed within the Mount Hood National 
     Recreation Area except as necessary--
       (1) to protect the health and safety of individuals in 
     cases of an imminent threat of flood, fire, or any other 
     catastrophic event that, without intervention, would cause 
     the loss of life or property;
       (2) to conduct environmental cleanup required by the United 
     States;
       (3) to allow for the exercise of reserved or outstanding 
     rights provided for by a statute or treaty;
       (4) to prevent irreparable resource damage by an existing 
     road; or
       (5) to rectify a hazardous road condition.
       (g) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, all 
     Federal land within the Mount Hood National Recreation Area 
     is withdrawn from--
       (1) all forms of entry, appropriation, or disposal under 
     the public land laws;
       (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (3) disposition under all laws relating to mineral and 
     geothermal leasing.
       (h) Transfer of Administrative Jurisdiction.--
       (1) In general.--Administrative jurisdiction over the 
     Federal land described in paragraph (2) is transferred from 
     the Bureau of Land Management to the Forest Service.
       (2) Description of land.--The land referred to in paragraph 
     (1) is the approximately 130 acres of land administered by 
     the Bureau of Land Management that is within or adjacent to 
     the Mount Hood National Recreation Area and that is 
     identified as ``BLM Lands'' on the map entitled ``National 
     Recreation Areas--Shellrock Mountain'', dated February 2007.

     SEC. 1205. PROTECTIONS FOR CRYSTAL SPRINGS, UPPER BIG BOTTOM, 
                   AND CULTUS CREEK.

       (a) Crystal Springs Watershed Special Resources Management 
     Unit.--
       (1) Establishment.--
       (A) In general.--On completion of the land exchange under 
     section 1206(a)(2), there shall be established a special 
     resources management unit in the State consisting of certain 
     Federal land managed by the Forest Service, as generally 
     depicted on the map entitled ``Crystal Springs Watershed 
     Special Resources Management Unit'', dated June 2006 
     (referred to in this subsection as the ``map''), to be known 
     as the ``Crystal Springs Watershed Special Resources 
     Management Unit'' (referred to in this subsection as the 
     ``Management Unit'').
       (B) Exclusion of certain land.--The Management Unit does 
     not include any National Forest System land otherwise covered 
     by subparagraph (A) that is designated as wilderness by 
     section 1202.
       (C) Withdrawal.--
       (i) In general.--Subject to valid rights in existence on 
     the date of enactment of this Act, the Federal land 
     designated as the Management Unit is withdrawn from all forms 
     of--

       (I) entry, appropriation, or disposal under the public land 
     laws;
       (II) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (III) disposition under all laws pertaining to mineral and 
     geothermal leasing or mineral materials.

       (ii) Exception.--Clause (i)(I) does not apply to the parcel 
     of land generally depicted as ``HES 151'' on the map.
       (2) Purposes.--The purposes of the Management Unit are--
       (A) to ensure the protection of the quality and quantity of 
     the Crystal Springs watershed as a clean drinking water 
     source for the residents of Hood River County, Oregon; and
       (B) to allow visitors to enjoy the special scenic, natural, 
     cultural, and wildlife values of the Crystal Springs 
     watershed.
       (3) Map and legal description.--
       (A) Submission of legal description.--As soon as 
     practicable after the date of enactment of this Act, the 
     Secretary shall file a map and a legal description of the 
     Management Unit with--
       (i) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (ii) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (B) Force of law.--The map and legal description filed 
     under subparagraph (A) shall have the same force and effect 
     as if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary 
     may correct typographical errors in the map and legal 
     description.
       (C) Public availability.--The map and legal description 
     filed under subparagraph (A) shall be on file and available 
     for public inspection in the appropriate offices of the 
     Forest Service.
       (4) Administration.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary shall--
       (i) administer the Management Unit--

       (I) in accordance with the laws (including regulations) and 
     rules applicable to units of the National Forest System; and
       (II) consistent with the purposes described in paragraph 
     (2); and

       (ii) only allow uses of the Management Unit that are 
     consistent with the purposes described in paragraph (2).
       (B) Fuel reduction in proximity to improvements and primary 
     public roads.--To protect the water quality, water quantity, 
     and scenic, cultural, natural, and wildlife values of the 
     Management Unit, the Secretary may conduct fuel reduction and 
     forest health management treatments to maintain and restore 
     fire-resilient forest structures containing late successional 
     forest structure characterized by large trees and 
     multistoried canopies, as ecologically appropriate, on 
     National Forest System land in the Management Unit--
       (i) in any area located not more than 400 feet from 
     structures located on--

       (I) National Forest System land; or
       (II) private land adjacent to National Forest System land;

       (ii) in any area located not more than 400 feet from the 
     Cooper Spur Road, the Cloud Cap Road, or the Cooper Spur Ski 
     Area Loop Road; and
       (iii) on any other National Forest System land in the 
     Management Unit, with priority given to activities that 
     restore previously harvested stands, including the removal of 
     logging slash, smaller diameter material, and ladder fuels.
       (5) Prohibited activities.--Subject to valid existing 
     rights, the following activities shall be prohibited on 
     National Forest System land in the Management Unit:
       (A) New road construction or renovation of existing non-
     System roads, except as necessary to protect public health 
     and safety.
       (B) Projects undertaken for the purpose of harvesting 
     commercial timber (other than activities relating to the 
     harvest of merchantable products that are byproducts of 
     activities conducted to further the purposes described in 
     paragraph (2)).
       (C) Commercial livestock grazing.
       (D) The placement of new fuel storage tanks.
       (E) Except to the extent necessary to further the purposes 
     described in paragraph (2), the application of any toxic 
     chemicals (other than fire retardants), including pesticides, 
     rodenticides, or herbicides.
       (6) Forest road closures.--
       (A) In general.--Except as provided in subparagraph (B), 
     the Secretary may provide for the closure or gating to the 
     general public of any Forest Service road within the 
     Management Unit.
       (B) Exception.--Nothing in this subsection requires the 
     Secretary to close the road commonly known as ``Cloud Cap 
     Road'', which shall be administered in accordance with 
     otherwise applicable law.
       (7) Private land.--

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       (A) Effect.--Nothing in this subsection affects the use of, 
     or access to, any private property within the area identified 
     on the map as the ``Crystal Springs Zone of Contribution'' 
     by--
       (i) the owners of the private property; and
       (ii) guests to the private property.
       (B) Cooperation.--The Secretary is encouraged to work with 
     private landowners who have agreed to cooperate with the 
     Secretary to further the purposes of this subsection.
       (8) Acquisition of land.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary may acquire from willing 
     landowners any land located within the area identified on the 
     map as the ``Crystal Springs Zone of Contribution''.
       (B) Inclusion in management unit.--On the date of 
     acquisition, any land acquired under subparagraph (A) shall 
     be incorporated in, and be managed as part of, the Management 
     Unit.
       (b) Protections for Upper Big Bottom and Cultus Creek.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the Federal 
     land administered by the Forest Service described in 
     paragraph (2) in a manner that preserves the natural and 
     primitive character of the land for recreational, scenic, and 
     scientific use.
       (2) Description of land.--The Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1) is--
       (A) the approximately 1,580 acres, as generally depicted on 
     the map entitled ``Upper Big Bottom'', dated July 16, 2007; 
     and
       (B) the approximately 280 acres identified as ``Cultus 
     Creek'' on the map entitled ``Clackamas Wilderness--South 
     Fork Clackamas'', dated July 16, 2007.
       (3) Maps and legal descriptions.--
       (A) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file maps and 
     legal descriptions of the Federal land described in paragraph 
     (2) with--
       (i) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (ii) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (B) Force of law.--The maps and legal descriptions filed 
     under subparagraph (A) shall have the same force and effect 
     as if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary 
     may correct typographical errors in the maps and legal 
     descriptions.
       (C) Public availability.--Each map and legal description 
     filed under subparagraph (A) shall be on file and available 
     for public inspection in the appropriate offices of the 
     Forest Service.
       (4) Use of land.--
       (A) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights, with 
     respect to the Federal land described in paragraph (2), the 
     Secretary shall only allow uses that are consistent with the 
     purposes identified in paragraph (1).
       (B) Prohibited uses.--The following shall be prohibited on 
     the Federal land described in paragraph (2):
       (i) Permanent roads.
       (ii) Commercial enterprises.
       (iii) Except as necessary to meet the minimum requirements 
     for the administration of the Federal land and to protect 
     public health and safety--

       (I) the use of motor vehicles; or
       (II) the establishment of temporary roads.

       (5) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     Federal land described in paragraph (2) is withdrawn from--
       (A) all forms of entry, appropriation, or disposal under 
     the public land laws;
       (B) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (C) disposition under all laws relating to mineral and 
     geothermal leasing.

     SEC. 1206. LAND EXCHANGES.

       (a) Cooper Spur-Government Camp Land Exchange.--
       (1) Definitions.--In this subsection:
       (A) County.--The term ``County'' means Hood River County, 
     Oregon.
       (B) Exchange map.--The term ``exchange map'' means the map 
     entitled ``Cooper Spur/Government Camp Land Exchange'', dated 
     June 2006.
       (C) Federal land.--The term ``Federal land'' means the 
     approximately 120 acres of National Forest System land in the 
     Mount Hood National Forest in Government Camp, Clackamas 
     County, Oregon, identified as ``USFS Land to be Conveyed'' on 
     the exchange map.
       (D) Mt. hood meadows.--The term ``Mt. Hood Meadows'' means 
     the Mt. Hood Meadows Oregon, Limited Partnership.
       (E) Non-federal land.--The term ``non-Federal land'' 
     means--
       (i) the parcel of approximately 770 acres of private land 
     at Cooper Spur identified as ``Land to be acquired by USFS'' 
     on the exchange map; and
       (ii) any buildings, furniture, fixtures, and equipment at 
     the Inn at Cooper Spur and the Cooper Spur Ski Area covered 
     by an appraisal described in paragraph (2)(D).
       (2) Cooper spur-government camp land exchange.--
       (A) Conveyance of land.--Subject to the provisions of this 
     subsection, if Mt. Hood Meadows offers to convey to the 
     United States all right, title, and interest of Mt. Hood 
     Meadows in and to the non-Federal land, the Secretary shall 
     convey to Mt. Hood Meadows all right, title, and interest of 
     the United States in and to the Federal land (other than any 
     easements reserved under subparagraph (G)), subject to valid 
     existing rights.
       (B) Compliance with existing law.--Except as otherwise 
     provided in this subsection, the Secretary shall carry out 
     the land exchange under this subsection in accordance with 
     section 206 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 
     1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716).
       (C) Conditions on acceptance.--
       (i) Title.--As a condition of the land exchange under this 
     subsection, title to the non-Federal land to be acquired by 
     the Secretary under this subsection shall be acceptable to 
     the Secretary.
       (ii) Terms and conditions.--The conveyance of the Federal 
     land and non-Federal land shall be subject to such terms and 
     conditions as the Secretary may require.
       (D) Appraisals.--
       (i) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary and Mt. Hood Meadows 
     shall select an appraiser to conduct an appraisal of the 
     Federal land and non-Federal land.
       (ii) Requirements.--An appraisal under clause (i) shall be 
     conducted in accordance with nationally recognized appraisal 
     standards, including--

       (I) the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land 
     Acquisitions; and
       (II) the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal 
     Practice.

       (E) Surveys.--
       (i) In general.--The exact acreage and legal description of 
     the Federal land and non-Federal land shall be determined by 
     surveys approved by the Secretary.
       (ii) Costs.--The responsibility for the costs of any 
     surveys conducted under clause (i), and any other 
     administrative costs of carrying out the land exchange, shall 
     be determined by the Secretary and Mt. Hood Meadows.
       (F) Deadline for completion of land exchange.--It is the 
     intent of Congress that the land exchange under this 
     subsection shall be completed not later than 16 months after 
     the date of enactment of this Act.
       (G) Reservation of easements.--As a condition of the 
     conveyance of the Federal land, the Secretary shall reserve--
       (i) a conservation easement to the Federal land to protect 
     existing wetland, as identified by the Oregon Department of 
     State Lands, that allows equivalent wetland mitigation 
     measures to compensate for minor wetland encroachments 
     necessary for the orderly development of the Federal land; 
     and
       (ii) a trail easement to the Federal land that allows--

       (I) nonmotorized use by the public of existing trails;
       (II) roads, utilities, and infrastructure facilities to 
     cross the trails; and
       (III) improvement or relocation of the trails to 
     accommodate development of the Federal land.

       (b) Port of Cascade Locks Land Exchange.--
       (1) Definitions.--In this subsection:
       (A) Exchange map.--The term ``exchange map'' means the map 
     entitled ``Port of Cascade Locks/Pacific Crest National 
     Scenic Trail Land Exchange'', dated June 2006.
       (B) Federal land.--The term ``Federal land'' means the 
     parcel of land consisting of approximately 10 acres of 
     National Forest System land in the Columbia River Gorge 
     National Scenic Area identified as ``USFS Land to be 
     conveyed'' on the exchange map.
       (C) Non-federal land.--The term ``non-Federal land'' means 
     the parcels of land consisting of approximately 40 acres 
     identified as ``Land to be acquired by USFS'' on the exchange 
     map.
       (D) Port.--The term ``Port'' means the Port of Cascade 
     Locks, Cascade Locks, Oregon.
       (2) Land exchange, port of cascade locks-pacific crest 
     national scenic trail.--
       (A) Conveyance of land.--Subject to the provisions of this 
     subsection, if the Port offers to convey to the United States 
     all right, title, and interest of the Port in and to the non-
     Federal land, the Secretary shall, subject to valid existing 
     rights, convey to the Port all right, title, and interest of 
     the United States in and to the Federal land.
       (B) Compliance with existing law.--Except as otherwise 
     provided in this subsection, the Secretary shall carry out 
     the land exchange under this subsection in accordance with 
     section 206 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 
     1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716).
       (3) Conditions on acceptance.--
       (A) Title.--As a condition of the land exchange under this 
     subsection, title to the non-Federal land to be acquired by 
     the Secretary under this subsection shall be acceptable to 
     the Secretary.
       (B) Terms and conditions.--The conveyance of the Federal 
     land and non-Federal land shall be subject to such terms and 
     conditions as the Secretary may require.
       (4) Appraisals.--
       (A) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall select an 
     appraiser to conduct an appraisal of the Federal land and 
     non-Federal land.
       (B) Requirements.--An appraisal under subparagraph (A) 
     shall be conducted in accordance with nationally recognized 
     appraisal standards, including--
       (i) the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land 
     Acquisitions; and
       (ii) the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal 
     Practice.
       (5) Surveys.--
       (A) In general.--The exact acreage and legal description of 
     the Federal land and non-Federal land shall be determined by 
     surveys approved by the Secretary.
       (B) Costs.--The responsibility for the costs of any surveys 
     conducted under subparagraph (A), and any other 
     administrative costs of carrying out the land exchange, shall 
     be determined by the Secretary and the Port.
       (6) Deadline for completion of land exchange.--It is the 
     intent of Congress that the land exchange under this 
     subsection shall be completed not later than 16 months after 
     the date of enactment of this Act.
       (c) Hunchback Mountain Land Exchange and Boundary 
     Adjustment.--

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       (1) Definitions.--In this subsection:
       (A) County.--The term ``County'' means Clackamas County, 
     Oregon.
       (B) Exchange map.--The term ``exchange map'' means the map 
     entitled ``Hunchback Mountain Land Exchange, Clackamas 
     County'', dated June 2006.
       (C) Federal land.--The term ``Federal land'' means the 
     parcel of land consisting of approximately 160 acres of 
     National Forest System land in the Mount Hood National Forest 
     identified as ``USFS Land to be Conveyed'' on the exchange 
     map.
       (D) Non-federal land.--The term ``non-Federal land'' means 
     the parcel of land consisting of approximately 160 acres 
     identified as ``Land to be acquired by USFS'' on the exchange 
     map.
       (2) Hunchback mountain land exchange.--
       (A) Conveyance of land.--Subject to the provisions of this 
     paragraph, if the County offers to convey to the United 
     States all right, title, and interest of the County in and to 
     the non-Federal land, the Secretary shall, subject to valid 
     existing rights, convey to the County all right, title, and 
     interest of the United States in and to the Federal land.
       (B) Compliance with existing law.--Except as otherwise 
     provided in this paragraph, the Secretary shall carry out the 
     land exchange under this paragraph in accordance with section 
     206 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1716).
       (C) Conditions on acceptance.--
       (i) Title.--As a condition of the land exchange under this 
     paragraph, title to the non-Federal land to be acquired by 
     the Secretary under this paragraph shall be acceptable to the 
     Secretary.
       (ii) Terms and conditions.--The conveyance of the Federal 
     land and non-Federal land shall be subject to such terms and 
     conditions as the Secretary may require.
       (D) Appraisals.--
       (i) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall select an 
     appraiser to conduct an appraisal of the Federal land and 
     non-Federal land.
       (ii) Requirements.--An appraisal under clause (i) shall be 
     conducted in accordance with nationally recognized appraisal 
     standards, including--

       (I) the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land 
     Acquisitions; and
       (II) the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal 
     Practice.

       (E) Surveys.--
       (i) In general.--The exact acreage and legal description of 
     the Federal land and non-Federal land shall be determined by 
     surveys approved by the Secretary.
       (ii) Costs.--The responsibility for the costs of any 
     surveys conducted under clause (i), and any other 
     administrative costs of carrying out the land exchange, shall 
     be determined by the Secretary and the County.
       (F) Deadline for completion of land exchange.--It is the 
     intent of Congress that the land exchange under this 
     paragraph shall be completed not later than 16 months after 
     the date of enactment of this Act.
       (3) Boundary adjustment.--
       (A) In general.--The boundary of the Mount Hood National 
     Forest shall be adjusted to incorporate--
       (i) any land conveyed to the United States under paragraph 
     (2); and
       (ii) the land transferred to the Forest Service by section 
     1204(h)(1).
       (B) Additions to the national forest system.--The Secretary 
     shall administer the land described in subparagraph (A)--
       (i) in accordance with--

       (I) the Act of March 1, 1911 (commonly known as the ``Weeks 
     Law'') (16 U.S.C. 480 et seq.); and
       (II) any laws (including regulations) applicable to the 
     National Forest System; and

       (ii) subject to sections 1202(c)(3) and 1204(d), as 
     applicable.
       (C) Land and water conservation fund.--For the purposes of 
     section 7 of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965 
     (16 U.S.C. 460l-9), the boundaries of the Mount Hood National 
     Forest modified by this paragraph shall be considered to be 
     the boundaries of the Mount Hood National Forest in existence 
     as of January 1, 1965.
       (d) Conditions on Development of Federal Land.--
       (1) Requirements applicable to the conveyance of federal 
     land.--
       (A) In general.--As a condition of each of the conveyances 
     of Federal land under this section, the Secretary shall 
     include in the deed of conveyance a requirement that 
     applicable construction activities and alterations shall be 
     conducted in accordance with--
       (i) nationally recognized building and property maintenance 
     codes; and
       (ii) nationally recognized codes for development in the 
     wildland-urban interface and wildfire hazard mitigation.
       (B) Applicable law.--To the maximum extent practicable, the 
     codes required under subparagraph (A) shall be consistent 
     with the nationally recognized codes adopted or referenced by 
     the State or political subdivisions of the State.
       (C) Enforcement.--The requirements under subparagraph (A) 
     may be enforced by the same entities otherwise enforcing 
     codes, ordinances, and standards.
       (2) Compliance with codes on federal land.--The Secretary 
     shall ensure that applicable construction activities and 
     alterations undertaken or permitted by the Secretary on 
     National Forest System land in the Mount Hood National Forest 
     are conducted in accordance with--
       (A) nationally recognized building and property maintenance 
     codes; and
       (B) nationally recognized codes for development in the 
     wildland-urban interface development and wildfire hazard 
     mitigation.
       (3) Effect on enforcement by states and political 
     subdivisions.--Nothing in this subsection alters or limits 
     the power of the State or a political subdivision of the 
     State to implement or enforce any law (including 
     regulations), rule, or standard relating to development or 
     fire prevention and control.

     SEC. 1207. TRIBAL PROVISIONS; PLANNING AND STUDIES.

       (a) Transportation Plan.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall seek to participate in 
     the development of an integrated, multimodal transportation 
     plan developed by the Oregon Department of Transportation for 
     the Mount Hood region to achieve comprehensive solutions to 
     transportation challenges in the Mount Hood region--
       (A) to promote appropriate economic development;
       (B) to preserve the landscape of the Mount Hood region; and
       (C) to enhance public safety.
       (2) Issues to be addressed.--In participating in the 
     development of the transportation plan under paragraph (1), 
     the Secretary shall seek to address--
       (A) transportation alternatives between and among 
     recreation areas and gateway communities that are located 
     within the Mount Hood region;
       (B) establishing park-and-ride facilities that shall be 
     located at gateway communities;
       (C) establishing intermodal transportation centers to link 
     public transportation, parking, and recreation destinations;
       (D) creating a new interchange on Oregon State Highway 26 
     located adjacent to or within Government Camp;
       (E) designating, maintaining, and improving alternative 
     routes using Forest Service or State roads for--
       (i) providing emergency routes; or
       (ii) improving access to, and travel within, the Mount Hood 
     region;
       (F) the feasibility of establishing--
       (i) a gondola connection that--

       (I) connects Timberline Lodge to Government Camp; and
       (II) is located in close proximity to the site of the 
     historic gondola corridor; and

       (ii) an intermodal transportation center to be located in 
     close proximity to Government Camp;
       (G) burying power lines located in, or adjacent to, the 
     Mount Hood National Forest along Interstate 84 near the City 
     of Cascade Locks, Oregon; and
       (H) creating mechanisms for funding the implementation of 
     the transportation plan under paragraph (1), including--
       (i) funds provided by the Federal Government;
       (ii) public-private partnerships;
       (iii) incremental tax financing; and
       (iv) other financing tools that link transportation 
     infrastructure improvements with development.
       (b) Mount Hood National Forest Stewardship Strategy.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall prepare a report on, 
     and implementation schedule for, the vegetation management 
     strategy (including recommendations for biomass utilization) 
     for the Mount Hood National Forest being developed by the 
     Forest Service.
       (2) Submission to congress.--
       (A) Report.--Not later than 1 year after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit the report 
     to--
       (i) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (ii) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (B) Implementation schedule.--Not later than 1 year after 
     the date on which the vegetation management strategy referred 
     to in paragraph (1) is completed, the Secretary shall submit 
     the implementation schedule to--
       (i) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (ii) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (c) Local and Tribal Relationships.--
       (1) Management plan.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary, in consultation with Indian 
     tribes with treaty-reserved gathering rights on land 
     encompassed by the Mount Hood National Forest and in a manner 
     consistent with the memorandum of understanding entered into 
     between the Department of Agriculture, the Bureau of Land 
     Management, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the 
     Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Warm Springs Reservation 
     of Oregon, dated April 25, 2003, as modified, shall develop 
     and implement a management plan that meets the cultural foods 
     obligations of the United States under applicable treaties, 
     including the Treaty with the Tribes and Bands of Middle 
     Oregon of June 25, 1855 (12 Stat. 963).
       (B) Effect.--This paragraph shall be considered to be 
     consistent with, and is intended to help implement, the 
     gathering rights reserved by the treaty described in 
     subparagraph (A).
       (2) Savings provisions regarding relations with indian 
     tribes.--
       (A) Treaty rights.--Nothing in this subtitle alters, 
     modifies, enlarges, diminishes, or abrogates the treaty 
     rights of any Indian tribe, including the off-reservation 
     reserved rights secured by the Treaty with the Tribes and 
     Bands of Middle Oregon of June 25, 1855 (12 Stat. 963).
       (B) Tribal land.--Nothing in this subtitle affects land 
     held in trust by the Secretary of the Interior for Indian 
     tribes or individual members of Indian tribes or other land 
     acquired by the Army Corps of Engineers and administered by 
     the Secretary of the Interior for the benefit of Indian 
     tribes and individual members of Indian tribes.
       (d) Recreational Uses.--
       (1) Mount hood national forest recreational working 
     group.--The Secretary may establish a working group for the 
     purpose

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     of providing advice and recommendations to the Forest Service 
     on planning and implementing recreation enhancements in the 
     Mount Hood National Forest.
       (2) Consideration of conversion of forest roads to 
     recreational uses.--In considering a Forest Service road in 
     the Mount Hood National Forest for possible closure and 
     decommissioning after the date of enactment of this Act, the 
     Secretary, in accordance with applicable law, shall consider, 
     as an alternative to decommissioning the road, converting the 
     road to recreational uses to enhance recreational 
     opportunities in the Mount Hood National Forest.
       (3) Improved trail access for persons with disabilities.--
     The Secretary, in consultation with the public, may design 
     and construct a trail at a location selected by the Secretary 
     in Mount Hood National Forest suitable for use by persons 
     with disabilities.

              Subtitle D--Copper Salmon Wilderness, Oregon

     SEC. 1301. DESIGNATION OF THE COPPER SALMON WILDERNESS.

       (a) Designation.--Section 3 of the Oregon Wilderness Act of 
     1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-328) is amended--
       (1) in the matter preceding paragraph (1), by striking 
     ``eight hundred fifty-nine thousand six hundred acres'' and 
     inserting ``873,300 acres'';
       (2) in paragraph (29), by striking the period at the end 
     and inserting ``; and''; and
       (3) by adding at the end the following:
       ``(30) certain land in the Siskiyou National Forest, 
     comprising approximately 13,700 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled `Proposed Copper Salmon Wilderness Area' 
     and dated December 7, 2007, to be known as the `Copper Salmon 
     Wilderness'.''.
       (b) Maps and Legal Description.--
       (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture (referred 
     to in this subtitle as the ``Secretary'') shall file a map 
     and a legal description of the Copper Salmon Wilderness 
     with--
       (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (2) Force of law.--The map and legal description filed 
     under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct typographical errors in the map and legal 
     description.
       (3) Boundary.--If the boundary of the Copper Salmon 
     Wilderness shares a border with a road, the Secretary may 
     only establish an offset that is not more than 150 feet from 
     the centerline of the road.
       (4) Public availability.--Each map and legal description 
     filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the Forest 
     Service.

     SEC. 1302. WILD AND SCENIC RIVER DESIGNATIONS, ELK RIVER, 
                   OREGON.

       Section 3(a)(76) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1274(a)(76)) is amended--
       (1) in the matter preceding subparagraph (A), by striking 
     ``19-mile segment'' and inserting ``29-mile segment'';
       (2) in subparagraph (A), by striking ``; and'' and 
     inserting a period; and
       (3) by striking subparagraph (B) and inserting the 
     following:
       ``(B)(i) The approximately 0.6-mile segment of the North 
     Fork Elk from its source in sec. 21, T. 33 S., R. 12 W., 
     Willamette Meridian, downstream to 0.01 miles below Forest 
     Service Road 3353, as a scenic river.
       ``(ii) The approximately 5.5-mile segment of the North Fork 
     Elk from 0.01 miles below Forest Service Road 3353 to its 
     confluence with the South Fork Elk, as a wild river.
       ``(C)(i) The approximately 0.9-mile segment of the South 
     Fork Elk from its source in the southeast quarter of sec. 32, 
     T. 33 S., R. 12 W., Willamette Meridian, downstream to 0.01 
     miles below Forest Service Road 3353, as a scenic river.
       ``(ii) The approximately 4.2-mile segment of the South Fork 
     Elk from 0.01 miles below Forest Service Road 3353 to its 
     confluence with the North Fork Elk, as a wild river.''.

     SEC. 1303. PROTECTION OF TRIBAL RIGHTS.

       (a) In General.--Nothing in this subtitle shall be 
     construed as diminishing any right of any Indian tribe.
       (b) Memorandum of Understanding.--The Secretary shall seek 
     to enter into a memorandum of understanding with the Coquille 
     Indian Tribe regarding access to the Copper Salmon Wilderness 
     to conduct historical and cultural activities.

         Subtitle E--Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, Oregon

     SEC. 1401. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Box r ranch land exchange map.--The term ``Box R Ranch 
     land exchange map'' means the map entitled ``Proposed Rowlett 
     Land Exchange'' and dated June 13, 2006.
       (2) Bureau of land management land.--The term ``Bureau of 
     Land Management land'' means the approximately 40 acres of 
     land administered by the Bureau of Land Management identified 
     as ``Rowlett Selected'', as generally depicted on the Box R 
     Ranch land exchange map.
       (3) Deerfield land exchange map.--The term ``Deerfield land 
     exchange map'' means the map entitled ``Proposed Deerfield-
     BLM Property Line Adjustment'' and dated May 1, 2008.
       (4) Deerfield parcel.--The term ``Deerfield parcel'' means 
     the approximately 1.5 acres of land identified as ``From 
     Deerfield to BLM'', as generally depicted on the Deerfield 
     land exchange map.
       (5) Federal parcel.--The term ``Federal parcel'' means the 
     approximately 1.3 acres of land administered by the Bureau of 
     Land Management identified as ``From BLM to Deerfield'', as 
     generally depicted on the Deerfield land exchange map.
       (6) Grazing allotment.--The term ``grazing allotment'' 
     means any of the Box R, Buck Lake, Buck Mountain, Buck Point, 
     Conde Creek, Cove Creek, Cove Creek Ranch, Deadwood, Dixie, 
     Grizzly, Howard Prairie, Jenny Creek, Keene Creek, North Cove 
     Creek, and Soda Mountain grazing allotments in the State.
       (7) Grazing lease.--The term ``grazing lease'' means any 
     document authorizing the use of a grazing allotment for the 
     purpose of grazing livestock for commercial purposes.
       (8) Landowner.--The term ``Landowner'' means the owner of 
     the Box R Ranch in the State.
       (9) Lessee.--The term ``lessee'' means a livestock operator 
     that holds a valid existing grazing lease for a grazing 
     allotment.
       (10) Livestock.--The term ``livestock'' does not include 
     beasts of burden used for recreational purposes.
       (11) Monument.--The term ``Monument'' means the Cascade-
     Siskiyou National Monument in the State.
       (12) Rowlett parcel.--The term ``Rowlett parcel'' means the 
     parcel of approximately 40 acres of private land identified 
     as ``Rowlett Offered'', as generally depicted on the Box R 
     Ranch land exchange map.
       (13) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (14) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Oregon.
       (15) Wilderness.--The term ``Wilderness'' means the Soda 
     Mountain Wilderness designated by section 1405(a).
       (16) Wilderness map.--The term ``wilderness map'' means the 
     map entitled ``Soda Mountain Wilderness'' and dated May 5, 
     2008.

     SEC. 1402. VOLUNTARY GRAZING LEASE DONATION PROGRAM.

       (a) Existing Grazing Leases.--
       (1) Donation of lease.--
       (A) Acceptance by secretary.--The Secretary shall accept 
     any grazing lease that is donated by a lessee.
       (B) Termination.--The Secretary shall terminate any grazing 
     lease acquired under subparagraph (A).
       (C) No new grazing lease.--Except as provided in paragraph 
     (3), with respect to each grazing lease donated under 
     subparagraph (A), the Secretary shall--
       (i) not issue any new grazing lease within the grazing 
     allotment covered by the grazing lease; and
       (ii) ensure a permanent end to livestock grazing on the 
     grazing allotment covered by the grazing lease.
       (2) Donation of portion of grazing lease.--
       (A) In general.--A lessee with a grazing lease for a 
     grazing allotment partially within the Monument may elect to 
     donate only that portion of the grazing lease that is within 
     the Monument.
       (B) Acceptance by secretary.--The Secretary shall accept 
     the portion of a grazing lease that is donated under 
     subparagraph (A).
       (C) Modification of lease.--Except as provided in paragraph 
     (3), if a lessee donates a portion of a grazing lease under 
     subparagraph (A), the Secretary shall--
       (i) reduce the authorized grazing level and area to reflect 
     the donation; and
       (ii) modify the grazing lease to reflect the reduced level 
     and area of use.
       (D) Authorized level.--To ensure that there is a permanent 
     reduction in the level and area of livestock grazing on the 
     land covered by a portion of a grazing lease donated under 
     subparagraph (A), the Secretary shall not allow grazing to 
     exceed the authorized level and area established under 
     subparagraph (C).
       (3) Common allotments.--
       (A) In general.--If a grazing allotment covered by a 
     grazing lease or portion of a grazing lease that is donated 
     under paragraph (1) or (2) also is covered by another grazing 
     lease that is not donated, the Secretary shall reduce the 
     grazing level on the grazing allotment to reflect the 
     donation.
       (B) Authorized level.--To ensure that there is a permanent 
     reduction in the level of livestock grazing on the land 
     covered by the grazing lease or portion of a grazing lease 
     donated under paragraph (1) or (2), the Secretary shall not 
     allow grazing to exceed the level established under 
     subparagraph (A).
       (b) Limitations.--The Secretary--
       (1) with respect to the Agate, Emigrant Creek, and Siskiyou 
     allotments in and near the Monument--
       (A) shall not issue any grazing lease; and
       (B) shall ensure a permanent end to livestock grazing on 
     each allotment; and
       (2) shall not establish any new allotments for livestock 
     grazing that include any Monument land (whether leased or not 
     leased for grazing on the date of enactment of this Act).
       (c) Effect of Donation.--A lessee who donates a grazing 
     lease or a portion of a grazing lease under this section 
     shall be considered to have waived any claim to any range 
     improvement on the associated grazing allotment or portion of 
     the associated grazing allotment, as applicable.

     SEC. 1403. BOX R RANCH LAND EXCHANGE.

       (a) In General.--For the purpose of protecting and 
     consolidating Federal land within the Monument, the 
     Secretary--
       (1) may offer to convey to the Landowner the Bureau of Land 
     Management land in exchange for the Rowlett parcel; and
       (2) if the Landowner accepts the offer--
       (A) the Secretary shall convey to the Landowner all right, 
     title, and interest of the United States in and to the Bureau 
     of Land Management land; and

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       (B) the Landowner shall convey to the Secretary all right, 
     title, and interest of the Landowner in and to the Rowlett 
     parcel.
       (b) Surveys.--
       (1) In general.--The exact acreage and legal description of 
     the Bureau of Land Management land and the Rowlett parcel 
     shall be determined by surveys approved by the Secretary.
       (2) Costs.--The responsibility for the costs of any surveys 
     conducted under paragraph (1), and any other administrative 
     costs of carrying out the land exchange, shall be determined 
     by the Secretary and the Landowner.
       (c) Conditions.--The conveyance of the Bureau of Land 
     Management land and the Rowlett parcel under this section 
     shall be subject to--
       (1) valid existing rights;
       (2) title to the Rowlett parcel being acceptable to the 
     Secretary and in conformance with the title approval 
     standards applicable to Federal land acquisitions;
       (3) such terms and conditions as the Secretary may require; 
     and
       (4) except as otherwise provided in this section, any laws 
     (including regulations) applicable to the conveyance and 
     acquisition of land by the Bureau of Land Management.
       (d) Appraisals.--
       (1) In general.--The Bureau of Land Management land and the 
     Rowlett parcel shall be appraised by an independent appraiser 
     selected by the Secretary.
       (2) Requirements.--An appraisal conducted under paragraph 
     (1) shall be conducted in accordance with--
       (A) the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land 
     Acquisitions; and
       (B) the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal 
     Practice.
       (3) Approval.--The appraisals conducted under this 
     subsection shall be submitted to the Secretary for approval.
       (e) Grazing Allotment.--As a condition of the land exchange 
     authorized under this section, the lessee of the grazing 
     lease for the Box R grazing allotment shall donate the Box R 
     grazing lease in accordance with section 1402(a)(1).

     SEC. 1404. DEERFIELD LAND EXCHANGE.

       (a) In General.--For the purpose of protecting and 
     consolidating Federal land within the Monument, the 
     Secretary--
       (1) may offer to convey to Deerfield Learning Associates 
     the Federal parcel in exchange for the Deerfield parcel; and
       (2) if Deerfield Learning Associates accepts the offer--
       (A) the Secretary shall convey to Deerfield Learning 
     Associates all right, title, and interest of the United 
     States in and to the Federal parcel; and
       (B) Deerfield Learning Associates shall convey to the 
     Secretary all right, title, and interest of Deerfield 
     Learning Associates in and to the Deerfield parcel.
       (b) Surveys.--
       (1) In general.--The exact acreage and legal description of 
     the Federal parcel and the Deerfield parcel shall be 
     determined by surveys approved by the Secretary.
       (2) Costs.--The responsibility for the costs of any surveys 
     conducted under paragraph (1), and any other administrative 
     costs of carrying out the land exchange, shall be determined 
     by the Secretary and Deerfield Learning Associates.
       (c) Conditions.--
       (1) In general.--The conveyance of the Federal parcel and 
     the Deerfield parcel under this section shall be subject to--
       (A) valid existing rights;
       (B) title to the Deerfield parcel being acceptable to the 
     Secretary and in conformance with the title approval 
     standards applicable to Federal land acquisitions;
       (C) such terms and conditions as the Secretary may require; 
     and
       (D) except as otherwise provided in this section, any laws 
     (including regulations) applicable to the conveyance and 
     acquisition of land by the Bureau of Land Management.
       (d) Appraisals.--
       (1) In general.--The Federal parcel and the Deerfield 
     parcel shall be appraised by an independent appraiser 
     selected by the Secretary.
       (2) Requirements.--An appraisal conducted under paragraph 
     (1) shall be conducted in accordance with--
       (A) the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land 
     Acquisitions; and
       (B) the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal 
     Practice.
       (3) Approval.--The appraisals conducted under this 
     subsection shall be submitted to the Secretary for approval.

     SEC. 1405. SODA MOUNTAIN WILDERNESS.

       (a) Designation.--In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), approximately 24,100 acres of Monument 
     land, as generally depicted on the wilderness map, is 
     designated as wilderness and as a component of the National 
     Wilderness Preservation System, to be known as the ``Soda 
     Mountain Wilderness''.
       (b) Map and Legal Description.--
       (1) Submission of map and legal description.--As soon as 
     practicable after the date of enactment of this Act, the 
     Secretary shall file a map and legal description of the 
     Wilderness with--
       (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (2) Force and effect.--
       (A) In general.--The map and legal description filed under 
     paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as if 
     included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct any clerical or typographical error in the map or 
     legal description.
       (B) Notification.--The Secretary shall submit to Congress 
     notice of any changes made in the map or legal description 
     under subparagraph (A), including notice of the reason for 
     the change.
       (3) Public availability.--The map and legal description 
     filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the Bureau of 
     Land Management.
       (c) Administration of Wilderness.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     Wilderness shall be administered by the Secretary in 
     accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), 
     except that--
       (A) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the effective 
     date of the Wilderness Act shall be considered to be a 
     reference to the date of enactment of this Act; and
       (B) any reference in that Act to the Secretary of 
     Agriculture shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     Secretary of the Interior.
       (2) Fire, insect, and disease management activities.--
     Except as provided by Presidential Proclamation Number 7318, 
     dated June 9, 2000 (65 Fed. Reg. 37247), within the 
     wilderness areas designated by this subtitle, the Secretary 
     may take such measures in accordance with section 4(d)(1) of 
     the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)) as are necessary to 
     control fire, insects, and diseases, subject to such terms 
     and conditions as the Secretary determines to be desirable 
     and appropriate.
       (3) Livestock.--Except as provided in section 1402 and by 
     Presidential Proclamation Number 7318, dated June 9, 2000 (65 
     Fed. Reg. 37247), the grazing of livestock in the Wilderness, 
     if established before the date of enactment of this Act, 
     shall be permitted to continue subject to such reasonable 
     regulations as are considered necessary by the Secretary in 
     accordance with--
       (A) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1133(d)(4)); and
       (B) the guidelines set forth in Appendix A of the report of 
     the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the House of 
     Representatives accompanying H.R. 2570 of the 101st Congress 
     (H. Rept. 101-405).
       (4) Fish and wildlife management.--In accordance with 
     section 4(d)(7) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(7)), 
     nothing in this subtitle affects the jurisdiction of the 
     State with respect to fish and wildlife on public land in the 
     State.
       (5) Incorporation of acquired land and interests.--Any land 
     or interest in land within the boundary of the Wilderness 
     that is acquired by the United States shall--
       (A) become part of the Wilderness; and
       (B) be managed in accordance with this subtitle, the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), and any other 
     applicable law.

     SEC. 1406. EFFECT.

       Nothing in this subtitle--
       (1) affects the authority of a Federal agency to modify or 
     terminate grazing permits or leases, except as provided in 
     section 1402;
       (2) authorizes the use of eminent domain;
       (3) creates a property right in any grazing permit or lease 
     on Federal land;
       (4) establishes a precedent for future grazing permit or 
     lease donation programs; or
       (5) affects the allocation, ownership, interest, or 
     control, in existence on the date of enactment of this Act, 
     of any water, water right, or any other valid existing right 
     held by the United States, an Indian tribe, a State, or a 
     private individual, partnership, or corporation.

               Subtitle F--Owyhee Public Land Management

     SEC. 1501. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Account.--The term ``account'' means the Owyhee Land 
     Acquisition Account established by section 1505(b)(1).
       (2) County.--The term ``County'' means Owyhee County, 
     Idaho.
       (3) Owyhee front.--The term ``Owyhee Front'' means the area 
     of the County from Jump Creek on the west to Mud Flat Road on 
     the east and draining north from the crest of the Silver City 
     Range to the Snake River.
       (4) Plan.--The term ``plan'' means a travel management plan 
     for motorized and mechanized off-highway vehicle recreation 
     prepared under section 1507.
       (5) Public land.--The term ``public land'' has the meaning 
     given the term in section 103(e) of the Federal Land Policy 
     and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1702(e)).
       (6) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (7) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Idaho.
       (8) Tribes.--The term ``Tribes'' means the Shoshone Paiute 
     Tribes of the Duck Valley Reservation.

     SEC. 1502. OWYHEE SCIENCE REVIEW AND CONSERVATION CENTER.

       (a) Establishment.--The Secretary, in coordination with the 
     Tribes, State, and County, and in consultation with the 
     University of Idaho, Federal grazing permittees, and public, 
     shall establish the Owyhee Science Review and Conservation 
     Center in the County to conduct research projects to address 
     natural resources management issues affecting public and 
     private rangeland in the County.
       (b) Purpose.--The purpose of the center established under 
     subsection (a) shall be to facilitate the collection and 
     analysis of information to provide Federal and State 
     agencies, the Tribes, the County, private landowners, and the 
     public with information on improved rangeland management.

     SEC. 1503. WILDERNESS AREAS.

       (a) Wilderness Areas Designation.--
       (1) In general.--In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the following areas in the State are 
     designated as wilderness areas and as components of the 
     National Wilderness Preservation System:

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       (A) Big jacks creek wilderness.--Certain land comprising 
     approximately 52,826 acres, as generally depicted on the map 
     entitled ``Little Jacks Creek and Big Jacks Creek 
     Wilderness'' and dated May 5, 2008, which shall be known as 
     the ``Big Jacks Creek Wilderness''.
       (B) Bruneau-jarbidge rivers wilderness.--Certain land 
     comprising approximately 89,996 acres, as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled ``Bruneau-Jarbidge Rivers Wilderness'' 
     and dated December 15, 2008, which shall be known as the 
     ``Bruneau-Jarbidge Rivers Wilderness''.
       (C) Little jacks creek wilderness.--Certain land comprising 
     approximately 50,929 acres, as generally depicted on the map 
     entitled ``Little Jacks Creek and Big Jacks Creek 
     Wilderness'' and dated May 5, 2008, which shall be known as 
     the ``Little Jacks Creek Wilderness''.
       (D) North fork owyhee wilderness.--Certain land comprising 
     approximately 43,413 acres, as generally depicted on the map 
     entitled ``North Fork Owyhee and Pole Creek Wilderness'' and 
     dated May 5, 2008, which shall be known as the ``North Fork 
     Owyhee Wilderness''.
       (E) Owyhee river wilderness.--Certain land comprising 
     approximately 267,328 acres, as generally depicted on the map 
     entitled ``Owyhee River Wilderness'' and dated May 5, 2008, 
     which shall be known as the ``Owyhee River Wilderness''.
       (F) Pole creek wilderness.--Certain land comprising 
     approximately 12,533 acres, as generally depicted on the map 
     entitled ``North Fork Owyhee and Pole Creek Wilderness'' and 
     dated May 5, 2008, which shall be known as the ``Pole Creek 
     Wilderness''.
       (2) Maps and legal descriptions.--
       (A) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to the 
     Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate and 
     the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives a map and legal description for each area 
     designated as wilderness by this subtitle.
       (B) Effect.--Each map and legal description submitted under 
     subparagraph (A) shall have the same force and effect as if 
     included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct minor errors in the map or legal description.
       (C) Availability.--Each map and legal description submitted 
     under subparagraph (A) shall be available in the appropriate 
     offices of the Bureau of Land Management.
       (3) Release of wilderness study areas.--
       (A) In general.--Congress finds that, for the purposes of 
     section 603(c) of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act 
     of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)), the public land in the County 
     administered by the Bureau of Land Management has been 
     adequately studied for wilderness designation.
       (B) Release.--Any public land referred to in subparagraph 
     (A) that is not designated as wilderness by this subtitle--
       (i) is no longer subject to section 603(c) of the Federal 
     Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)); 
     and
       (ii) shall be managed in accordance with the applicable 
     land use plan adopted under section 202 of that Act (43 
     U.S.C. 1712).
       (b) Administration.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights, each 
     area designated as wilderness by this subtitle shall be 
     administered by the Secretary in accordance with the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), except that--
       (A) any reference in that Act to the effective date shall 
     be considered to be a reference to the date of enactment of 
     this Act; and
       (B) any reference in that Act to the Secretary of 
     Agriculture shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     Secretary of the Interior.
       (2) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     Federal land designated as wilderness by this subtitle is 
     withdrawn from all forms of--
       (A) entry, appropriation, or disposal under the public land 
     laws;
       (B) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (C) disposition under the mineral leasing, mineral 
     materials, and geothermal leasing laws.
       (3) Livestock.--
       (A) In general.--In the wilderness areas designated by this 
     subtitle, the grazing of livestock in areas in which grazing 
     is established as of the date of enactment of this Act shall 
     be allowed to continue, subject to such reasonable 
     regulations, policies, and practices as the Secretary 
     considers necessary, consistent with section 4(d)(4) of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(4)) and the guidelines 
     described in Appendix A of House Report 101-405.
       (B) Inventory.--Not later than 1 year after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall conduct an 
     inventory of existing facilities and improvements associated 
     with grazing activities in the wilderness areas and wild and 
     scenic rivers designated by this subtitle.
       (C) Fencing.--The Secretary may construct and maintain 
     fencing around wilderness areas designated by this subtitle 
     as the Secretary determines to be appropriate to enhance 
     wilderness values.
       (D) Donation of grazing permits or leases.--
       (i) Acceptance by secretary.--The Secretary shall accept 
     the donation of any valid existing permits or leases 
     authorizing grazing on public land, all or a portion of which 
     is within the wilderness areas designated by this subtitle.
       (ii) Termination.--With respect to each permit or lease 
     donated under clause (i), the Secretary shall--

       (I) terminate the grazing permit or lease; and
       (II) except as provided in clause (iii), ensure a permanent 
     end to grazing on the land covered by the permit or lease.

       (iii) Common allotments.--

       (I) In general.--If the land covered by a permit or lease 
     donated under clause (i) is also covered by another valid 
     existing permit or lease that is not donated under clause 
     (i), the Secretary shall reduce the authorized grazing level 
     on the land covered by the permit or lease to reflect the 
     donation of the permit or lease under clause (i).
       (II) Authorized level.--To ensure that there is a permanent 
     reduction in the level of grazing on the land covered by a 
     permit or lease donated under clause (i), the Secretary shall 
     not allow grazing use to exceed the authorized level 
     established under subclause (I).

       (iv) Partial donation.--

       (I) In general.--If a person holding a valid grazing permit 
     or lease donates less than the full amount of grazing use 
     authorized under the permit or lease, the Secretary shall--

       (aa) reduce the authorized grazing level to reflect the 
     donation; and
       (bb) modify the permit or lease to reflect the revised 
     level of use.

       (II) Authorized level.--To ensure that there is a permanent 
     reduction in the authorized level of grazing on the land 
     covered by a permit or lease donated under subclause (I), the 
     Secretary shall not allow grazing use to exceed the 
     authorized level established under that subclause.

       (4) Acquisition of land and interests in land.--
       (A) In general.--Consistent with applicable law, the 
     Secretary may acquire land or interests in land within the 
     boundaries of the wilderness areas designated by this 
     subtitle by purchase, donation, or exchange.
       (B) Incorporation of acquired land.--Any land or interest 
     in land in, or adjoining the boundary of, a wilderness area 
     designated by this subtitle that is acquired by the United 
     States shall be added to, and administered as part of, the 
     wilderness area in which the acquired land or interest in 
     land is located.
       (5) Trail plan.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary, after providing 
     opportunities for public comment, shall establish a trail 
     plan that addresses hiking and equestrian trails on the land 
     designated as wilderness by this subtitle, in a manner 
     consistent with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.).
       (B) Report.--Not later than 2 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to Congress 
     a report that describes the implementation of the trail plan.
       (6) Outfitting and guide activities.--Consistent with 
     section 4(d)(5) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(5)), 
     commercial services (including authorized outfitting and 
     guide activities) are authorized in wilderness areas 
     designated by this subtitle to the extent necessary for 
     activities that fulfill the recreational or other wilderness 
     purposes of the areas.
       (7) Access to private property.--In accordance with section 
     5(a) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1134(a)), the Secretary 
     shall provide any owner of private property within the 
     boundary of a wilderness area designated by this subtitle 
     adequate access to the property.
       (8) Fish and wildlife.--
       (A) In general.--Nothing in this subtitle affects the 
     jurisdiction of the State with respect to fish and wildlife 
     on public land in the State.
       (B) Management activities.--
       (i) In general.--In furtherance of the purposes and 
     principles of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), 
     the Secretary may conduct any management activities that are 
     necessary to maintain or restore fish and wildlife 
     populations and habitats in the wilderness areas designated 
     by this subtitle, if the management activities are--

       (I) consistent with relevant wilderness management plans; 
     and
       (II) conducted in accordance with appropriate policies, 
     such as the policies established in Appendix B of House 
     Report 101-405.

       (ii) Inclusions.--Management activities under clause (i) 
     may include the occasional and temporary use of motorized 
     vehicles, if the use, as determined by the Secretary, would 
     promote healthy, viable, and more naturally distributed 
     wildlife populations that would enhance wilderness values 
     while causing the minimum impact necessary to accomplish 
     those tasks.
       (C) Existing activities.--Consistent with section 4(d)(1) 
     of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)) and in 
     accordance with appropriate policies, such as those 
     established in Appendix B of House Report 101-405, the State 
     may use aircraft (including helicopters) in the wilderness 
     areas designated by this subtitle to survey, capture, 
     transplant, monitor, and provide water for wildlife 
     populations, including bighorn sheep, and feral stock, feral 
     horses, and feral burros.
       (9) Wildfire, insect, and disease management.--Consistent 
     with section 4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1133(d)(1)), the Secretary may take any measures that the 
     Secretary determines to be necessary to control fire, 
     insects, and diseases, including, as the Secretary determines 
     appropriate, the coordination of those activities with a 
     State or local agency.
       (10) Adjacent management.--
       (A) In general.--The designation of a wilderness area by 
     this subtitle shall not create any protective perimeter or 
     buffer zone around the wilderness area.
       (B) Nonwilderness activities.--The fact that nonwilderness 
     activities or uses can be seen or heard from areas within a 
     wilderness area designated by this subtitle shall not 
     preclude the conduct of those activities or uses outside the 
     boundary of the wilderness area.
       (11) Military overflights.--Nothing in this subtitle 
     restricts or precludes--
       (A) low-level overflights of military aircraft over the 
     areas designated as wilderness by this subtitle, including 
     military overflights that can be seen or heard within the 
     wilderness areas;
       (B) flight testing and evaluation; or
       (C) the designation or creation of new units of special use 
     airspace, or the establishment of military flight training 
     routes, over the wilderness areas.

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       (12) Water rights.--
       (A) In general.--The designation of areas as wilderness by 
     subsection (a) shall not create an express or implied 
     reservation by the United States of any water or water rights 
     for wilderness purposes with respect to such areas.
       (B) Exclusions.--This paragraph does not apply to any 
     components of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System 
     designated by section 1504.

     SEC. 1504. DESIGNATION OF WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS.

       (a) In General.--Section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) (as amended by section 1203(a)(1)) is 
     amended by adding at the end the following:
       ``(180) Battle creek, idaho.--The 23.4 miles of Battle 
     Creek from the confluence of the Owyhee River to the upstream 
     boundary of the Owyhee River Wilderness, to be administered 
     by the Secretary of the Interior as a wild river.
       ``(181) Big jacks creek, idaho.--The 35.0 miles of Big 
     Jacks Creek from the downstream border of the Big Jacks Creek 
     Wilderness in sec. 8, T. 8 S., R. 4 E., to the point at which 
     it enters the NW \1/4\ of sec. 26, T. 10 S., R. 2 E., Boise 
     Meridian, to be administered by the Secretary of the Interior 
     as a wild river.
       ``(182) Bruneau river, idaho.--
       ``(A) In general.--Except as provided in subparagraph (B), 
     the 39.3-mile segment of the Bruneau River from the 
     downstream boundary of the Bruneau-Jarbidge Wilderness to the 
     upstream confluence with the west fork of the Bruneau River, 
     to be administered by the Secretary of the Interior as a wild 
     river.
       ``(B) Exception.--Notwithstanding subparagraph (A), the 
     0.6-mile segment of the Bruneau River at the Indian Hot 
     Springs public road access shall be administered by the 
     Secretary of the Interior as a recreational river.
       ``(183) West fork bruneau river, idaho.--The approximately 
     0.35 miles of the West Fork of the Bruneau River from the 
     confluence with the Jarbidge River to the downstream boundary 
     of the Bruneau Canyon Grazing Allotment in the SE/NE of sec. 
     5, T. 13 S., R. 7 E., Boise Meridian, to be administered by 
     the Secretary of the Interior as a wild river.
       ``(184) Cottonwood creek, idaho.--The 2.6 miles of 
     Cottonwood Creek from the confluence with Big Jacks Creek to 
     the upstream boundary of the Big Jacks Creek Wilderness, to 
     be administered by the Secretary of the Interior as a wild 
     river.
       ``(185) Deep creek, idaho.--The 13.1-mile segment of Deep 
     Creek from the confluence with the Owyhee River to the 
     upstream boundary of the Owyhee River Wilderness in sec. 30, 
     T. 12 S., R. 2 W., Boise Meridian, to be administered by the 
     Secretary of the Interior as a wild river.
       ``(186) Dickshooter creek, idaho.--The 9.25 miles of 
     Dickshooter Creek from the confluence with Deep Creek to a 
     point on the stream \1/4\ mile due west of the east boundary 
     of sec. 16, T. 12 S., R. 2 W., Boise Meridian, to be 
     administered by the Secretary of the Interior as a wild 
     river.
       ``(187) Duncan creek, idaho.--The 0.9-mile segment of 
     Duncan Creek from the confluence with Big Jacks Creek 
     upstream to the east boundary of sec. 18, T. 10 S., R. 4 E., 
     Boise Meridian, to be administered by the Secretary of the 
     Interior as a wild river.
       ``(188) Jarbidge river, idaho.--The 28.8 miles of the 
     Jarbidge River from the confluence with the West Fork Bruneau 
     River to the upstream boundary of the Bruneau-Jarbidge Rivers 
     Wilderness, to be administered by the Secretary of the 
     Interior as a wild river.
       ``(189) Little jacks creek, idaho.--The 12.4 miles of 
     Little Jacks Creek from the downstream boundary of the Little 
     Jacks Creek Wilderness, upstream to the mouth of OX Prong 
     Creek, to be administered by the Secretary of the Interior as 
     a wild river.
       ``(190) North fork owyhee river, idaho.--The following 
     segments of the North Fork of the Owyhee River, to be 
     administered by the Secretary of the Interior:
       ``(A) The 5.7-mile segment from the Idaho-Oregon State 
     border to the upstream boundary of the private land at the 
     Juniper Mt. Road crossing, as a recreational river.
       ``(B) The 15.1-mile segment from the upstream boundary of 
     the North Fork Owyhee River recreational segment designated 
     in paragraph (A) to the upstream boundary of the North Fork 
     Owyhee River Wilderness, as a wild river.
       ``(191) Owyhee river, idaho.--
       ``(A) In general.--Subject to subparagraph (B), the 67.3 
     miles of the Owyhee River from the Idaho-Oregon State border 
     to the upstream boundary of the Owyhee River Wilderness, to 
     be administered by the Secretary of the Interior as a wild 
     river.
       ``(B) Access.--The Secretary of the Interior shall allow 
     for continued access across the Owyhee River at Crutchers 
     Crossing, subject to such terms and conditions as the 
     Secretary of the Interior determines to be necessary.
       ``(192) Red canyon, idaho.--The 4.6 miles of Red Canyon 
     from the confluence of the Owyhee River to the upstream 
     boundary of the Owyhee River Wilderness, to be administered 
     by the Secretary of the Interior as a wild river.
       ``(193) Sheep creek, idaho.--The 25.6 miles of Sheep Creek 
     from the confluence with the Bruneau River to the upstream 
     boundary of the Bruneau-Jarbidge Rivers Wilderness, to be 
     administered by the Secretary of the Interior as a wild 
     river.
       ``(194) South fork owyhee river, idaho.--
       ``(A) In general.--Except as provided in subparagraph (B), 
     the 31.4-mile segment of the South Fork of the Owyhee River 
     upstream from the confluence with the Owyhee River to the 
     upstream boundary of the Owyhee River Wilderness at the 
     Idaho-Nevada State border, to be administered by the 
     Secretary of the Interior as a wild river.
       ``(B) Exception.--Notwithstanding subparagraph (A), the 
     1.2-mile segment of the South Fork of the Owyhee River from 
     the point at which the river enters the southernmost boundary 
     to the point at which the river exits the northernmost 
     boundary of private land in sec. 25 and 26, T. 14 S., R. 5 
     W., Boise Meridian, shall be administered by the Secretary of 
     the Interior as a recreational river.
       ``(195) Wickahoney creek, idaho.--The 1.5 miles of 
     Wickahoney Creek from the confluence of Big Jacks Creek to 
     the upstream boundary of the Big Jacks Creek Wilderness, to 
     be administered by the Secretary of the Interior as a wild 
     river.''.
       (b) Boundaries.--Notwithstanding section 3(b) of the Wild 
     and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(b)), the boundary of a 
     river segment designated as a component of the National Wild 
     and Scenic Rivers System under this subtitle shall extend not 
     more than the shorter of--
       (1) an average distance of \1/4\ mile from the high water 
     mark on both sides of the river segment; or
       (2) the distance to the nearest confined canyon rim.
       (c) Land Acquisition.--The Secretary shall not acquire any 
     private land within the exterior boundary of a wild and 
     scenic river corridor without the consent of the owner.

     SEC. 1505. LAND IDENTIFIED FOR DISPOSAL.

       (a) In General.--Consistent with applicable law, the 
     Secretary may sell public land located within the Boise 
     District of the Bureau of Land Management that, as of July 
     25, 2000, has been identified for disposal in appropriate 
     resource management plans.
       (b) Use of Proceeds.--
       (1) In general.--Notwithstanding any other provision of law 
     (other than a law that specifically provides for a proportion 
     of the proceeds of a land sale to be distributed to any trust 
     fund of the State), proceeds from the sale of public land 
     under subsection (a) shall be deposited in a separate account 
     in the Treasury of the United States to be known as the 
     ``Owyhee Land Acquisition Account''.
       (2) Availability.--
       (A) In general.--Amounts in the account shall be available 
     to the Secretary, without further appropriation, to purchase 
     land or interests in land in, or adjacent to, the wilderness 
     areas designated by this subtitle, including land identified 
     as ``Proposed for Acquisition'' on the maps described in 
     section 1503(a)(1).
       (B) Applicable law.--Any purchase of land or interest in 
     land under subparagraph (A) shall be in accordance with 
     applicable law.
       (3) Applicability.--This subsection applies to public land 
     within the Boise District of the Bureau of Land Management 
     sold on or after January 1, 2008.
       (4) Additional amounts.--If necessary, the Secretary may 
     use additional amounts appropriated to the Department of the 
     Interior, subject to applicable reprogramming guidelines.
       (c) Termination of Authority.--
       (1) In general.--The authority provided under this section 
     terminates on the earlier of--
       (A) the date that is 10 years after the date of enactment 
     of this Act; or
       (B) the date on which a total of $8,000,000 from the 
     account is expended.
       (2) Availability of amounts.--Any amounts remaining in the 
     account on the termination of authority under this section 
     shall be--
       (A) credited as sales of public land in the State;
       (B) transferred to the Federal Land Disposal Account 
     established under section 206(a) of the Federal Land 
     Transaction Facilitation Act (43 U.S.C. 2305(a)); and
       (C) used in accordance with that subtitle.

     SEC. 1506. TRIBAL CULTURAL RESOURCES.

       (a) Coordination.--The Secretary shall coordinate with the 
     Tribes in the implementation of the Shoshone Paiute Cultural 
     Resource Protection Plan.
       (b) Agreements.--The Secretary shall seek to enter into 
     agreements with the Tribes to implement the Shoshone Paiute 
     Cultural Resource Protection Plan to protect cultural sites 
     and resources important to the continuation of the traditions 
     and beliefs of the Tribes.

     SEC. 1507. RECREATIONAL TRAVEL MANAGEMENT PLANS.

       (a) In General.--In accordance with the Federal Land Policy 
     and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.), the 
     Secretary shall, in coordination with the Tribes, State, and 
     County, prepare 1 or more travel management plans for 
     motorized and mechanized off-highway vehicle recreation for 
     the land managed by the Bureau of Land Management in the 
     County.
       (b) Inventory.--Before preparing the plan under subsection 
     (a), the Secretary shall conduct resource and route 
     inventories of the area covered by the plan.
       (c) Limitation to Designated Routes.--
       (1) In general.--Except as provided in paragraph (2), the 
     plan shall limit recreational motorized and mechanized off-
     highway vehicle use to a system of designated roads and 
     trails established by the plan.
       (2) Exception.--Paragraph (1) shall not apply to 
     snowmobiles.
       (d) Temporary Limitation.--
       (1) In general.--Except as provided in paragraph (2), until 
     the date on which the Secretary completes the plan, all 
     recreational motorized and mechanized off-highway vehicle use 
     shall be limited to roads and trails lawfully in existence on 
     the day before the date of enactment of this Act.
       (2) Exception.--Paragraph (1) shall not apply to--
       (A) snowmobiles; or
       (B) areas specifically identified as open, closed, or 
     limited in the Owyhee Resource Management Plan.
       (e) Schedule.--
       (1) Owyhee front.--It is the intent of Congress that, not 
     later than 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act, 
     the Secretary shall

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     complete a transportation plan for the Owyhee Front.
       (2) Other bureau of land management land in the county.--It 
     is the intent of Congress that, not later than 3 years after 
     the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall 
     complete a transportation plan for Bureau of Land Management 
     land in the County outside the Owyhee Front.

     SEC. 1508. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

       There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as are 
     necessary to carry out this subtitle.

              Subtitle G--Sabinoso Wilderness, New Mexico

     SEC. 1601. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled 
     ``Sabinoso Wilderness'' and dated September 8, 2008.
       (2) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (3) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of New 
     Mexico.

     SEC. 1602. DESIGNATION OF THE SABINOSO WILDERNESS.

       (a) In General.--In furtherance of the purposes of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the approximately 
     16,030 acres of land under the jurisdiction of the Taos Field 
     Office Bureau of Land Management, New Mexico, as generally 
     depicted on the map, is designated as wilderness and as a 
     component of the National Wilderness Preservation System, to 
     be known as the ``Sabinoso Wilderness''.
       (b) Map and Legal Description.--
       (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file a map and a 
     legal description of the Sabinoso Wilderness with--
       (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (2) Force of law.--The map and legal description filed 
     under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct any clerical and typographical errors in the map and 
     legal description.
       (3) Public availability.--The map and legal description 
     filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the Bureau of 
     Land Management.
       (c) Administration of Wilderness.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     Sabinoso Wilderness shall be administered by the Secretary in 
     accordance with this subtitle and the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), except that--
       (A) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the effective 
     date of that Act shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     date of enactment of this Act; and
       (B) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the Secretary of 
     Agriculture shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     Secretary of the Interior.
       (2) Incorporation of acquired land and interests.--Any land 
     or interest in land within the boundary of the Sabinoso 
     Wilderness that is acquired by the United States shall--
       (A) become part of the Sabinoso Wilderness; and
       (B) be managed in accordance with this subtitle and any 
     other laws applicable to the Sabinoso Wilderness.
       (3) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock in the Sabinoso 
     Wilderness, if established before the date of enactment of 
     this Act, shall be administered in accordance with--
       (A) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1133(d)(4)); and
       (B) the guidelines set forth in Appendix A of the report of 
     the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the House of 
     Representatives accompanying H.R. 2570 of the 101st Congress 
     (H. Rept. 101-405).
       (4) Fish and wildlife.--In accordance with section 4(d)(7) 
     of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(7)), nothing in this 
     subtitle affects the jurisdiction of the State with respect 
     to fish and wildlife in the State.
       (5) Access.--
       (A) In general.--In accordance with section 5(a) of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1134(a)), the Secretary shall 
     continue to allow private landowners adequate access to 
     inholdings in the Sabinoso Wilderness.
       (B) Certain land.--For access purposes, private land within 
     T. 16 N., R. 23 E., secs. 17 and 20 and the N \1/2\ of sec. 
     21, N.M.M., shall be managed as an inholding in the Sabinoso 
     Wilderness.
       (d) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the land 
     generally depicted on the map as ``Lands Withdrawn From 
     Mineral Entry'' and ``Lands Released From Wilderness Study 
     Area & Withdrawn From Mineral Entry'' is withdrawn from--
       (1) all forms of entry, appropriation, and disposal under 
     the public land laws, except disposal by exchange in 
     accordance with section 206 of the Federal Land Policy and 
     Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716);
       (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (3) operation of the mineral materials and geothermal 
     leasing laws.
       (e) Release of Wilderness Study Areas.--Congress finds 
     that, for the purposes of section 603(c) of the Federal Land 
     Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)), the 
     public lands within the Sabinoso Wilderness Study Area not 
     designated as wilderness by this subtitle--
       (1) have been adequately studied for wilderness designation 
     and are no longer subject to section 603(c) of the Federal 
     Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)); 
     and
       (2) shall be managed in accordance with applicable law 
     (including subsection (d)) and the land use management plan 
     for the surrounding area.

        Subtitle H--Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Wilderness

     SEC. 1651. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Line of demarcation.--The term ``line of demarcation'' 
     means the point on the bank or shore at which the surface 
     waters of Lake Superior meet the land or sand beach, 
     regardless of the level of Lake Superior.
       (2) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled 
     ``Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Beaver Basin Wilderness 
     Boundary'', numbered 625/80,051, and dated April 16, 2007.
       (3) National lakeshore.--The term ``National Lakeshore'' 
     means the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
       (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (5) Wilderness.--The term ``Wilderness'' means the Beaver 
     Basin Wilderness designated by section 1652(a).

     SEC. 1652. DESIGNATION OF BEAVER BASIN WILDERNESS.

       (a) In General.--In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the land described in subsection (b) is 
     designated as wilderness and as a component of the National 
     Wilderness Preservation System, to be known as the ``Beaver 
     Basin Wilderness''.
       (b) Description of Land.--The land referred to in 
     subsection (a) is the land and inland water comprising 
     approximately 11,740 acres within the National Lakeshore, as 
     generally depicted on the map.
       (c) Boundary.--
       (1) Line of demarcation.--The line of demarcation shall be 
     the boundary for any portion of the Wilderness that is 
     bordered by Lake Superior.
       (2) Surface water.--The surface water of Lake Superior, 
     regardless of the fluctuating lake level, shall be considered 
     to be outside the boundary of the Wilderness.
       (d) Map and Legal Description.--
       (1) Availability of map.--The map shall be on file and 
     available for public inspection in the appropriate offices of 
     the National Park Service.
       (2) Legal description.--As soon as practicable after the 
     date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to 
     the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate 
     and the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives a legal description of the boundary of the 
     Wilderness.
       (3) Force and effect.--The map and the legal description 
     submitted under paragraph (2) shall have the same force and 
     effect as if included in this subtitle, except that the 
     Secretary may correct any clerical or typographical errors in 
     the map and legal description.

     SEC. 1653. ADMINISTRATION.

       (a) Management.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     Wilderness shall be administered by the Secretary in 
     accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), 
     except that--
       (1) any reference in that Act to the effective date of that 
     Act shall be considered to be a reference to the date of 
     enactment of this Act; and
       (2) with respect to land administered by the Secretary, any 
     reference in that Act to the Secretary of Agriculture shall 
     be considered to be a reference to the Secretary.
       (b) Use of Electric Motors.--The use of boats powered by 
     electric motors on Little Beaver and Big Beaver Lakes may 
     continue, subject to any applicable laws (including 
     regulations).

     SEC. 1654. EFFECT.

       Nothing in this subtitle--
       (1) modifies, alters, or affects any treaty rights;
       (2) alters the management of the water of Lake Superior 
     within the boundary of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore 
     in existence on the date of enactment of this Act; or
       (3) prohibits--
       (A) the use of motors on the surface water of Lake Superior 
     adjacent to the Wilderness; or
       (B) the beaching of motorboats at the line of demarcation.

                 Subtitle I--Oregon Badlands Wilderness

     SEC. 1701. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) District.--The term ``District'' means the Central 
     Oregon Irrigation District.
       (2) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (3) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Oregon.
       (4) Wilderness map.--The term ``wilderness map'' means the 
     map entitled ``Badlands Wilderness'' and dated September 3, 
     2008.

     SEC. 1702. OREGON BADLANDS WILDERNESS.

       (a) Designation.--In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the approximately 29,301 acres of 
     Bureau of Land Management land in the State, as generally 
     depicted on the wilderness map, is designated as wilderness 
     and as a component of the National Wilderness Preservation 
     System, to be known as the ``Oregon Badlands Wilderness''.
       (b) Administration of Wilderness.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     Oregon Badlands Wilderness shall be administered by the 
     Secretary in accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1131 et seq.), except that--
       (A) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the effective 
     date of that Act shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     date of enactment of this Act; and
       (B) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the Secretary of 
     Agriculture shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     Secretary of the Interior.
       (2) Incorporation of acquired land and interests.--Any land 
     or interest in land within the boundary of the Oregon 
     Badlands Wilderness that is acquired by the United States 
     shall--
       (A) become part of the Oregon Badlands Wilderness; and

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       (B) be managed in accordance with this subtitle, the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), and any other 
     applicable law.
       (3) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock in the Oregon 
     Badlands Wilderness, if established before the date of 
     enactment of this Act, shall be permitted to continue subject 
     to such reasonable regulations as are considered necessary by 
     the Secretary in accordance with--
       (A) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1133(d)(4)); and
       (B) the guidelines set forth in Appendix A of the report of 
     the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the House of 
     Representatives accompanying H.R. 2570 of the 101st Congress 
     (H. Rept. 101-405).
       (4) Access to private property.--In accordance with section 
     5(a) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1134(a)), the Secretary 
     shall provide any owner of private property within the 
     boundary of the Oregon Badlands Wilderness adequate access to 
     the property.
       (c) Potential Wilderness.--
       (1) In general.--In furtherance of the purposes of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), a corridor of 
     certain Federal land managed by the Bureau of Land Management 
     with a width of 25 feet, as generally depicted on the 
     wilderness map as ``Potential Wilderness'', is designated as 
     potential wilderness.
       (2) Interim management.--The potential wilderness 
     designated by paragraph (1) shall be managed in accordance 
     with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), except that 
     the Secretary may allow nonconforming uses that are 
     authorized and in existence on the date of enactment of this 
     Act to continue in the potential wilderness.
       (3) Designation as wilderness.--On the date on which the 
     Secretary publishes in the Federal Register notice that any 
     nonconforming uses in the potential wilderness designated by 
     paragraph (1) that are permitted under paragraph (2) have 
     terminated, the potential wilderness shall be--
       (A) designated as wilderness and as a component of the 
     National Wilderness Preservation System; and
       (B) incorporated into the Oregon Badlands Wilderness.
       (d) Map and Legal Description.--
       (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file a map and 
     legal description of the Oregon Badlands Wilderness with--
       (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (2) Force of law.--The map and legal description filed 
     under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct typographical errors in the map and legal 
     description.
       (3) Public availability.--The map and legal description 
     filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the Bureau of 
     Land Management.

     SEC. 1703. RELEASE.

       (a) Finding.--Congress finds that, for the purposes of 
     section 603(c) of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act 
     of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)), the portions of the Badlands 
     wilderness study area that are not designated as the Oregon 
     Badlands Wilderness or as potential wilderness have been 
     adequately studied for wilderness or potential wilderness 
     designation.
       (b) Release.--Any public land described in subsection (a) 
     that is not designated as wilderness by this subtitle--
       (1) is no longer subject to section 603(c) of the Federal 
     Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)); 
     and
       (2) shall be managed in accordance with the applicable land 
     use plan adopted under section 202 of that Act (43 U.S.C. 
     1712).

     SEC. 1704. LAND EXCHANGES.

       (a) Clarno Land Exchange.--
       (1) Conveyance of land.--Subject to subsections (c) through 
     (e), if the landowner offers to convey to the United States 
     all right, title, and interest of the landowner in and to the 
     non-Federal land described in paragraph (2)(A), the Secretary 
     shall--
       (A) accept the offer; and
       (B) on receipt of acceptable title to the non-Federal land, 
     convey to the Landowner all right, title, and interest of the 
     United States in and to the Federal land described in 
     paragraph (2)(B).
       (2) Description of land.--
       (A) Non-federal land.--The non-Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1) is the approximately 239 acres of non-Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``Clarno to Federal 
     Government''.
       (B) Federal land.--The Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1)(B) is the approximately 209 acres of Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``Federal Government 
     to Clarno''.
       (3) Surveys.--The exact acreage and legal description of 
     the Federal land and non-Federal land described in paragraph 
     (2) shall be determined by surveys approved by the Secretary.
       (b) District Exchange.--
       (1) Conveyance of land.--Subject to subsections (c) through 
     (e), if the District offers to convey to the United States 
     all right, title, and interest of the District in and to the 
     non-Federal land described in paragraph (2)(A), the Secretary 
     shall--
       (A) accept the offer; and
       (B) on receipt of acceptable title to the non-Federal land, 
     convey to the District all right, title, and interest of the 
     United States in and to the Federal land described in 
     paragraph (2)(B).
       (2) Description of land.--
       (A) Non-federal land.--The non-Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1) is the approximately 527 acres of non-Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``COID to Federal 
     Government''.
       (B) Federal land.--The Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1)(B) is the approximately 697 acres of Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``Federal Government 
     to COID''.
       (3) Surveys.--The exact acreage and legal description of 
     the Federal land and non-Federal land described in paragraph 
     (2) shall be determined by surveys approved by the Secretary.
       (c) Applicable Law.--Except as otherwise provided in this 
     section, the Secretary shall carry out the land exchanges 
     under this section in accordance with section 206 of the 
     Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 
     1716).
       (d) Valuation, Appraisals, and Equalization.--
       (1) In general.--The value of the Federal land and the non-
     Federal land to be conveyed in a land exchange under this 
     section--
       (A) shall be equal, as determined by appraisals conducted 
     in accordance with paragraph (2); or
       (B) if not equal, shall be equalized in accordance with 
     paragraph (3).
       (2) Appraisals.--
       (A) In general.--The Federal land and the non-Federal land 
     to be exchanged under this section shall be appraised by an 
     independent, qualified appraiser that is agreed to by the 
     Secretary and the owner of the non-Federal land to be 
     exchanged.
       (B) Requirements.--An appraisal under subparagraph (A) 
     shall be conducted in accordance with--
       (i) the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land 
     Acquisitions; and
       (ii) the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal 
     Practice.
       (3) Equalization.--
       (A) In general.--If the value of the Federal land and the 
     non-Federal land to be conveyed in a land exchange under this 
     section is not equal, the value may be equalized by--
       (i) making a cash equalization payment to the Secretary or 
     to the owner of the non-Federal land, as appropriate, in 
     accordance with section 206(b) of the Federal Land Policy and 
     Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716(b)); or
       (ii) reducing the acreage of the Federal land or the non-
     Federal land to be exchanged, as appropriate.
       (B) Cash equalization payments.--Any cash equalization 
     payments received by the Secretary under subparagraph (A)(i) 
     shall be--
       (i) deposited in the Federal Land Disposal Account 
     established by section 206(a) of the Federal Land Transaction 
     Facilitation Act (43 U.S.C. 2305(a)); and
       (ii) used in accordance with that Act.
       (e) Conditions of Exchange.--
       (1) In general.--The land exchanges under this section 
     shall be subject to such terms and conditions as the 
     Secretary may require.
       (2) Costs.--As a condition of a conveyance of Federal land 
     and non-Federal land under this section, the Federal 
     Government and the owner of the non-Federal land shall 
     equally share all costs relating to the land exchange, 
     including the costs of appraisals, surveys, and any necessary 
     environmental clearances.
       (3) Valid existing rights.--The exchange of Federal land 
     and non-Federal land under this section shall be subject to 
     any easements, rights-of-way, and other valid rights in 
     existence on the date of enactment of this Act.
       (f) Completion of Land Exchange.--It is the intent of 
     Congress that the land exchanges under this section shall be 
     completed not later than 2 years after the date of enactment 
     of this Act.

     SEC. 1705. PROTECTION OF TRIBAL TREATY RIGHTS.

       Nothing in this subtitle alters, modifies, enlarges, 
     diminishes, or abrogates the treaty rights of any Indian 
     tribe, including the off-reservation reserved rights secured 
     by the Treaty with the Tribes and Bands of Middle Oregon of 
     June 25, 1855 (12 Stat. 963).

              Subtitle J--Spring Basin Wilderness, Oregon

     SEC. 1751. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (2) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Oregon.
       (3) Tribes.--The term ``Tribes'' means the Confederated 
     Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon.
       (4) Wilderness map.--The term ``wilderness map'' means the 
     map entitled ``Spring Basin Wilderness with Land Exchange 
     Proposals'' and dated September 3, 2008.

     SEC. 1752. SPRING BASIN WILDERNESS.

       (a) Designation.--In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the approximately 6,382 acres of Bureau 
     of Land Management land in the State, as generally depicted 
     on the wilderness map, is designated as wilderness and as a 
     component of the National Wilderness Preservation System, to 
     be known as the ``Spring Basin Wilderness''.
       (b) Administration of Wilderness.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     Spring Basin Wilderness shall be administered by the 
     Secretary in accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1131 et seq.), except that--
       (A) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the effective 
     date of that Act shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     date of enactment of this Act; and
       (B) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the Secretary of 
     Agriculture shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     Secretary of the Interior.
       (2) Incorporation of acquired land and interests.--Any land 
     or interest in land within the boundary of the Spring Basin 
     Wilderness that is acquired by the United States shall--

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       (A) become part of the Spring Basin Wilderness; and
       (B) be managed in accordance with this Act, the Wilderness 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), and any other applicable law.
       (3) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock in the Spring Basin 
     Wilderness, if established before the date of enactment of 
     this Act, shall be permitted to continue subject to such 
     reasonable regulations as are considered necessary by the 
     Secretary, in accordance with--
       (A) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1133(d)(4)); and
       (B) the guidelines set forth in Appendix A of the report of 
     the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the House of 
     Representatives accompanying H.R. 2570 of the 101st Congress 
     (H. Rept. 101-405).
       (c) Map and Legal Description.--
       (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file a map and a 
     legal description of the Spring Basin Wilderness with--
       (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (2) Force of law.--The map and legal description filed 
     under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this section, except that the Secretary may 
     correct any typographical errors in the map and legal 
     description.
       (3) Public availability.--The map and legal description 
     filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the Bureau of 
     Land Management.

     SEC. 1753. RELEASE.

       (a) Finding.--Congress finds that, for the purposes of 
     section 603(c) of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act 
     of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)), the portions of the Spring Basin 
     wilderness study area that are not designated by section 
     1752(a) as the Spring Basin Wilderness in the following areas 
     have been adequately studied for wilderness designation:
       (1) T. 8 S., R. 19 E., sec. 10, NE \1/4\, W \1/2\.
       (2) T. 8 S., R. 19 E., sec. 25, SE \1/4\, SE \1/4\.
       (3) T. 8 S., R. 20 E., sec. 19, SE \1/4\, S \1/2\ of the S 
     \1/2\.
       (b) Release.--Any public land described in subsection (a) 
     that is not designated as wilderness by this subtitle--
       (1) is no longer subject to section 603(c) of the Federal 
     Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)); 
     and
       (2) shall be managed in accordance with the applicable land 
     use plan adopted under section 202 of that Act (43 U.S.C. 
     1712).

     SEC. 1754. LAND EXCHANGES.

       (a) Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation 
     Land Exchange.--
       (1) Conveyance of land.--Subject to subsections (e) through 
     (g), if the Tribes offer to convey to the United States all 
     right, title, and interest of the Tribes in and to the non-
     Federal land described in paragraph (2)(A), the Secretary 
     shall--
       (A) accept the offer; and
       (B) on receipt of acceptable title to the non-Federal land, 
     convey to the Tribes all right, title, and interest of the 
     United States in and to the Federal land described in 
     paragraph (2)(B).
       (2) Description of land.--
       (A) Non-federal land.--The non-Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1) is the approximately 4,480 acres of non-Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``Lands proposed for 
     transfer from the CTWSIR to the Federal Government''.
       (B) Federal land.--The Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1)(B) is the approximately 4,578 acres of Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``Lands proposed for 
     transfer from the Federal Government to CTWSIR''.
       (3) Surveys.--The exact acreage and legal description of 
     the Federal land and non-Federal land described in paragraph 
     (2) shall be determined by surveys approved by the Secretary.
       (4) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the land 
     acquired by the Secretary under this subsection is withdrawn 
     from all forms of--
       (A) entry, appropriation, or disposal under the public land 
     laws;
       (B) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (C) disposition under any law relating to mineral and 
     geothermal leasing or mineral materials.
       (b) McGreer Land Exchange.--
       (1) Conveyance of land.--Subject to subsections (e) through 
     (g), if the landowner offers to convey to the United States 
     all right, title, and interest of the landowner in and to the 
     non-Federal land described in paragraph (2)(A), the Secretary 
     shall--
       (A) accept the offer; and
       (B) on receipt of acceptable title to the non-Federal land, 
     convey to the landowner all right, title, and interest of the 
     United States in and to the Federal land described in 
     paragraph (2)(B).
       (2) Description of land.--
       (A) Non-federal land.--The non-Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1) is the approximately 18 acres of non-Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``Lands proposed for 
     transfer from McGreer to the Federal Government''.
       (B) Federal land.--The Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1)(B) is the approximately 327 acres of Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``Lands proposed for 
     transfer from the Federal Government to McGreer''.
       (3) Surveys.--The exact acreage and legal description of 
     the Federal land and non-Federal land described in paragraph 
     (2) shall be determined by surveys approved by the Secretary.
       (c) Keys Land Exchange.--
       (1) Conveyance of land.--Subject to subsections (e) through 
     (g), if the landowner offers to convey to the United States 
     all right, title, and interest of the landowner in and to the 
     non-Federal land described in paragraph (2)(A), the Secretary 
     shall--
       (A) accept the offer; and
       (B) on receipt of acceptable title to the non-Federal land, 
     convey to the landowner all right, title, and interest of the 
     United States in and to the Federal land described in 
     paragraph (2)(B).
       (2) Description of land.--
       (A) Non-federal land.--The non-Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1) is the approximately 180 acres of non-Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``Lands proposed for 
     transfer from Keys to the Federal Government''.
       (B) Federal land.--The Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1)(B) is the approximately 187 acres of Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``Lands proposed for 
     transfer from the Federal Government to Keys''.
       (3) Surveys.--The exact acreage and legal description of 
     the Federal land and non-Federal land described in paragraph 
     (2) shall be determined by surveys approved by the Secretary.
       (d) Bowerman Land Exchange.--
       (1) Conveyance of land.--Subject to subsections (e) through 
     (g), if the landowner offers to convey to the United States 
     all right, title, and interest of the landowner in and to the 
     non-Federal land described in paragraph (2)(A), the Secretary 
     shall--
       (A) accept the offer; and
       (B) on receipt of acceptable title to the non-Federal land, 
     convey to the landowner all right, title, and interest of the 
     United States in and to the Federal land described in 
     paragraph (2)(B).
       (2) Description of land.--
       (A) Non-federal land.--The non-Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1) is the approximately 32 acres of non-Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``Lands proposed for 
     transfer from Bowerman to the Federal Government''.
       (B) Federal land.--The Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1)(B) is the approximately 24 acres of Federal 
     land identified on the wilderness map as ``Lands proposed for 
     transfer from the Federal Government to Bowerman''.
       (3) Surveys.--The exact acreage and legal description of 
     the Federal land and non-Federal land described in paragraph 
     (2) shall be determined by surveys approved by the Secretary.
       (e) Applicable Law.--Except as otherwise provided in this 
     section, the Secretary shall carry out the land exchanges 
     under this section in accordance with section 206 of the 
     Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 
     1716).
       (f) Valuation, Appraisals, and Equalization.--
       (1) In general.--The value of the Federal land and the non-
     Federal land to be conveyed in a land exchange under this 
     section--
       (A) shall be equal, as determined by appraisals conducted 
     in accordance with paragraph (2); or
       (B) if not equal, shall be equalized in accordance with 
     paragraph (3).
       (2) Appraisals.--
       (A) In general.--The Federal land and the non-Federal land 
     to be exchanged under this section shall be appraised by an 
     independent, qualified appraiser that is agreed to by the 
     Secretary and the owner of the non-Federal land to be 
     exchanged.
       (B) Requirements.--An appraisal under subparagraph (A) 
     shall be conducted in accordance with--
       (i) the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land 
     Acquisitions; and
       (ii) the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal 
     Practice.
       (3) Equalization.--
       (A) In general.--If the value of the Federal land and the 
     non-Federal land to be conveyed in a land exchange under this 
     section is not equal, the value may be equalized by--
       (i) making a cash equalization payment to the Secretary or 
     to the owner of the non-Federal land, as appropriate, in 
     accordance with section 206(b) of the Federal Land Policy and 
     Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716(b)); or
       (ii) reducing the acreage of the Federal land or the non-
     Federal land to be exchanged, as appropriate.
       (B) Cash equalization payments.--Any cash equalization 
     payments received by the Secretary under subparagraph (A)(i) 
     shall be--
       (i) deposited in the Federal Land Disposal Account 
     established by section 206(a) of the Federal Land Transaction 
     Facilitation Act (43 U.S.C. 2305(a)); and
       (ii) used in accordance with that Act.
       (g) Conditions of Exchange.--
       (1) In general.--The land exchanges under this section 
     shall be subject to such terms and conditions as the 
     Secretary may require.
       (2) Costs.--As a condition of a conveyance of Federal land 
     and non-Federal land under this section, the Federal 
     Government and the owner of the non-Federal land shall 
     equally share all costs relating to the land exchange, 
     including the costs of appraisals, surveys, and any necessary 
     environmental clearances.
       (3) Valid existing rights.--The exchange of Federal land 
     and non-Federal land under this section shall be subject to 
     any easements, rights-of-way, and other valid rights in 
     existence on the date of enactment of this Act.
       (h) Completion of Land Exchange.--It is the intent of 
     Congress that the land exchanges under this section shall be 
     completed not later than 2 years after the date of enactment 
     of this Act.

     SEC. 1755. PROTECTION OF TRIBAL TREATY RIGHTS.

       Nothing in this subtitle alters, modifies, enlarges, 
     diminishes, or abrogates the treaty rights of any Indian 
     tribe, including the off-reservation reserved rights secured 
     by the Treaty with the Tribes and Bands of Middle Oregon of 
     June 25, 1855 (12 Stat. 963).

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    Subtitle K--Eastern Sierra and Northern San Gabriel Wilderness, 
                               California

     SEC. 1801. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Forest.--The term ``Forest'' means the Ancient 
     Bristlecone Pine Forest designated by section 1808(a).
       (2) Recreation area.--The term ``Recreation Area'' means 
     the Bridgeport Winter Recreation Area designated by section 
     1806(a).
       (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means--
       (A) with respect to land under the jurisdiction of the 
     Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Agriculture; and
       (B) with respect to land under the jurisdiction of the 
     Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of the Interior.
       (4) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of 
     California.
       (5) Trail.--The term ``Trail'' means the Pacific Crest 
     National Scenic Trail.

     SEC. 1802. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS.

       In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
     seq.), the following areas in the State are designated as 
     wilderness and as components of the National Wilderness 
     Preservation System:
       (1) Hoover wilderness additions.--
       (A) In general.--Certain land in the Humboldt-Toiyabe and 
     Inyo National Forests, comprising approximately 79,820 acres 
     and identified as ``Hoover East Wilderness Addition,'' 
     ``Hoover West Wilderness Addition'', and ``Bighorn Proposed 
     Wilderness Addition'', as generally depicted on the maps 
     described in subparagraph (B), is incorporated in, and shall 
     be considered to be a part of, the Hoover Wilderness.
       (B) Description of maps.--The maps referred to in 
     subparagraph (A) are--
       (i) the map entitled ``Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest 
     Proposed Management'' and dated September 17, 2008; and
       (ii) the map entitled ``Bighorn Proposed Wilderness 
     Additions'' and dated September 23, 2008.
       (C) Effect.--The designation of the wilderness under 
     subparagraph (A) shall not affect the ongoing activities of 
     the adjacent United States Marine Corps Mountain Warfare 
     Training Center on land outside the designated wilderness, in 
     accordance with the agreement between the Center and the 
     Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.
       (2) Owens river headwaters wilderness.--Certain land in the 
     Inyo National Forest, comprising approximately 14,721 acres, 
     as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Owens River 
     Headwaters Proposed Wilderness'' and dated September 16, 
     2008, which shall be known as the ``Owens River Headwaters 
     Wilderness''.
       (3) John muir wilderness additions.--
       (A) In general.--Certain land in the Inyo National Forest 
     and certain land administered by the Bureau of Land 
     Management in Inyo County, California, comprising 
     approximately 70,411 acres, as generally depicted on the maps 
     described in subparagraph (B), is incorporated in, and shall 
     be considered to be a part of, the John Muir Wilderness.
       (B) Description of maps.--The maps referred to in 
     subparagraph (A) are--
       (i) the map entitled ``John Muir Proposed Wilderness 
     Addition (1 of 5)'' and dated September 23, 2008;
       (ii) the map entitled ``John Muir Proposed Wilderness 
     Addition (2 of 5)'' and dated September 23, 2008;
       (iii) the map entitled ``John Muir Proposed Wilderness 
     Addition (3 of 5)'' and dated October 31, 2008;
       (iv) the map entitled ``John Muir Proposed Wilderness 
     Addition (4 of 5)'' and dated September 16, 2008; and
       (v) the map entitled ``John Muir Proposed Wilderness 
     Addition (5 of 5)'' and dated September 16, 2008.
       (C) Boundary revision.--The boundary of the John Muir 
     Wilderness is revised as depicted on the map entitled ``John 
     Muir Wilderness--Revised'' and dated September 16, 2008.
       (4) Ansel adams wilderness addition.--Certain land in the 
     Inyo National Forest, comprising approximately 528 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the map entitled ``Ansel Adams Proposed 
     Wilderness Addition'' and dated September 16, 2008, is 
     incorporated in, and shall be considered to be a part of, the 
     Ansel Adams Wilderness.
       (5) White mountains wilderness.--
       (A) In general.--Certain land in the Inyo National Forest 
     and certain land administered by the Bureau of Land 
     Management in Mono County, California, comprising 
     approximately 229,993 acres, as generally depicted on the 
     maps described in subparagraph (B), which shall be known as 
     the ``White Mountains Wilderness''.
       (B) Description of maps.--The maps referred to in 
     subparagraph (A) are--
       (i) the map entitled ``White Mountains Proposed Wilderness-
     Map 1 of 2 (North)'' and dated September 16, 2008; and
       (ii) the map entitled ``White Mountains Proposed 
     Wilderness-Map 2 of 2 (South)'' and dated September 16, 2008.
       (6) Granite mountain wilderness.--Certain land in the Inyo 
     National Forest and certain land administered by the Bureau 
     of Land Management in Mono County, California, comprising 
     approximately 34,342 acres, as generally depicted on the map 
     entitled ``Granite Mountain Wilderness'' and dated September 
     19, 2008, which shall be known as the ``Granite Mountain 
     Wilderness''.
       (7) Magic mountain wilderness.--Certain land in the Angeles 
     National Forest, comprising approximately 12,282 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the map entitled ``Magic Mountain 
     Proposed Wilderness'' and dated December 16, 2008, which 
     shall be known as the ``Magic Mountain Wilderness''.
       (8) Pleasant view ridge wilderness.--Certain land in the 
     Angeles National Forest, comprising approximately 26,757 
     acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Pleasant 
     View Ridge Proposed Wilderness'' and dated December 16, 2008, 
     which shall be known as the ``Pleasant View Ridge 
     Wilderness''.

     SEC. 1803. ADMINISTRATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS.

       (a) Management.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     Secretary shall administer the wilderness areas and 
     wilderness additions designated by this subtitle in 
     accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), 
     except that--
       (1) any reference in that Act to the effective date shall 
     be considered to be a reference to the date of enactment of 
     this Act; and
       (2) any reference in that Act to the Secretary of 
     Agriculture shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     Secretary that has jurisdiction over the land.
       (b) Map and Legal Description.--
       (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file a map and 
     legal description of each wilderness area and wilderness 
     addition designated by this subtitle with--
       (A) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives; and
       (B) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate.
       (2) Force of law.--Each map and legal description filed 
     under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct any errors in the map and legal description.
       (3) Public availability.--Each map and legal description 
     filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the 
     Secretary.
       (c) Incorporation of Acquired Land and Interests.--Any land 
     (or interest in land) within the boundary of a wilderness 
     area or wilderness addition designated by this subtitle that 
     is acquired by the Federal Government shall--
       (1) become part of the wilderness area in which the land is 
     located; and
       (2) be managed in accordance with this subtitle, the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), and any other 
     applicable law.
       (d) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid rights in existence on 
     the date of enactment of this Act, any Federal land 
     designated as a wilderness area or wilderness addition by 
     this subtitle is withdrawn from--
       (1) all forms of entry, appropriation, or disposal under 
     the public land laws;
       (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (3) disposition under laws relating to mineral and 
     geothermal leasing or mineral materials.
       (e) Fire Management and Related Activities.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary may take such measures in a 
     wilderness area or wilderness addition designated by this 
     subtitle as are necessary for the control of fire, insects, 
     and diseases in accordance with section 4(d)(1) of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)) and House Report 98-40 
     of the 98th Congress.
       (2) Funding priorities.--Nothing in this subtitle limits 
     funding for fire and fuels management in the wilderness areas 
     and wilderness additions designated by this subtitle.
       (3) Revision and development of local fire management 
     plans.--As soon as practicable after the date of enactment of 
     this Act, the Secretary shall amend the local fire management 
     plans that apply to the land designated as a wilderness area 
     or wilderness addition by this subtitle.
       (4) Administration.--Consistent with paragraph (1) and 
     other applicable Federal law, to ensure a timely and 
     efficient response to fire emergencies in the wilderness 
     areas and wilderness additions designated by this subtitle, 
     the Secretary shall--
       (A) not later than 1 year after the date of enactment of 
     this Act, establish agency approval procedures (including 
     appropriate delegations of authority to the Forest 
     Supervisor, District Manager, or other agency officials) for 
     responding to fire emergencies; and
       (B) enter into agreements with appropriate State or local 
     firefighting agencies.
       (f) Access to Private Property.--The Secretary shall 
     provide any owner of private property within the boundary of 
     a wilderness area or wilderness addition designated by this 
     subtitle adequate access to the property to ensure the 
     reasonable use and enjoyment of the property by the owner.
       (g) Military Activities.--Nothing in this subtitle 
     precludes--
       (1) low-level overflights of military aircraft over the 
     wilderness areas or wilderness additions designated by this 
     subtitle;
       (2) the designation of new units of special airspace over 
     the wilderness areas or wilderness additions designated by 
     this subtitle; or
       (3) the use or establishment of military flight training 
     routes over wilderness areas or wilderness additions 
     designated by this subtitle.
       (h) Livestock.--Grazing of livestock and the maintenance of 
     existing facilities relating to grazing in wilderness areas 
     or wilderness additions designated by this subtitle, if 
     established before the date of enactment of this Act, shall 
     be permitted to continue in accordance with--
       (1) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1133(d)(4)); and
       (2) the guidelines set forth in Appendix A of the report of 
     the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the House of 
     Representatives accompanying H.R. 2570 of the 101st Congress 
     (H. Rept. 101-405).
       (i) Fish and Wildlife Management.--
       (1) In general.--In furtherance of the purposes of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the Secretary may 
     carry out management activities to maintain or restore fish 
     and wildlife populations and fish and wildlife habitats in 
     wilderness areas or wilderness additions designated by this 
     subtitle if the activities are--

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       (A) consistent with applicable wilderness management plans; 
     and
       (B) carried out in accordance with applicable guidelines 
     and policies.
       (2) State jurisdiction.--Nothing in this subtitle affects 
     the jurisdiction of the State with respect to fish and 
     wildlife on public land located in the State.
       (j) Horses.--Nothing in this subtitle precludes horseback 
     riding in, or the entry of recreational or commercial saddle 
     or pack stock into, an area designated as wilderness or as a 
     wilderness addition by this subtitle--
       (1) in accordance with section 4(d)(5) of the Wilderness 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(5)); and
       (2) subject to any terms and conditions determined to be 
     necessary by the Secretary.
       (k) Outfitter and Guide Use.--Outfitter and guide 
     activities conducted under permits issued by the Forest 
     Service on the additions to the John Muir, Ansel Adams, and 
     Hoover wilderness areas designated by this subtitle shall be 
     in addition to any existing limits established for the John 
     Muir, Ansel Adams, and Hoover wilderness areas.
       (l) Transfer to the Forest Service.--
       (1) White mountains wilderness.--Administrative 
     jurisdiction over the approximately 946 acres of land 
     identified as ``Transfer of Administrative Jurisdiction from 
     BLM to FS'' on the maps described in section 1802(5)(B) is 
     transferred from the Bureau of Land Management to the Forest 
     Service to be managed as part of the White Mountains 
     Wilderness.
       (2) John muir wilderness.--Administrative jurisdiction over 
     the approximately 143 acres of land identified as ``Transfer 
     of Administrative Jurisdiction from BLM to FS'' on the maps 
     described in section 1802(3)(B) is transferred from the 
     Bureau of Land Management to the Forest Service to be managed 
     as part of the John Muir Wilderness.
       (m) Transfer to the Bureau of Land Management.--
     Administrative jurisdiction over the approximately 3,010 
     acres of land identified as ``Land from FS to BLM'' on the 
     maps described in section 1802(6) is transferred from the 
     Forest Service to the Bureau of Land Management to be managed 
     as part of the Granite Mountain Wilderness.

     SEC. 1804. RELEASE OF WILDERNESS STUDY AREAS.

       (a) Finding.--Congress finds that, for purposes of section 
     603 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1782), any portion of a wilderness study area 
     described in subsection (b) that is not designated as a 
     wilderness area or wilderness addition by this subtitle or 
     any other Act enacted before the date of enactment of this 
     Act has been adequately studied for wilderness.
       (b) Description of Study Areas.--The study areas referred 
     to in subsection (a) are--
       (1) the Masonic Mountain Wilderness Study Area;
       (2) the Mormon Meadow Wilderness Study Area;
       (3) the Walford Springs Wilderness Study Area; and
       (4) the Granite Mountain Wilderness Study Area.
       (c) Release.--Any portion of a wilderness study area 
     described in subsection (b) that is not designated as a 
     wilderness area or wilderness addition by this subtitle or 
     any other Act enacted before the date of enactment of this 
     Act shall not be subject to section 603(c) of the Federal 
     Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)).

     SEC. 1805. DESIGNATION OF WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS.

       (a) In General.--Section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) (as amended by section 1504(a)) is 
     amended by adding at the end the following:
       ``(196) Amargosa river, california.--The following segments 
     of the Amargosa River in the State of California, to be 
     administered by the Secretary of the Interior:
       ``(A) The approximately 4.1-mile segment of the Amargosa 
     River from the northern boundary of sec. 7, T. 21 N., R. 7 
     E., to 100 feet upstream of the Tecopa Hot Springs road 
     crossing, as a scenic river.
       ``(B) The approximately 8-mile segment of the Amargosa 
     River from 100 feet downstream of the Tecopa Hot Springs Road 
     crossing to 100 feet upstream of the Old Spanish Trail 
     Highway crossing near Tecopa, as a scenic river.
       ``(C) The approximately 7.9-mile segment of the Amargosa 
     River from the northern boundary of sec. 16, T. 20 N., R. 7 
     E., to .25 miles upstream of the confluence with Sperry Wash 
     in sec. 10, T. 19 N., R. 7 E., as a wild river.
       ``(D) The approximately 4.9-mile segment of the Amargosa 
     River from .25 miles upstream of the confluence with Sperry 
     Wash in sec. 10, T. 19 N., R. 7 E. to 100 feet upstream of 
     the Dumont Dunes access road crossing in sec. 32, T. 19 N., 
     R. 7 E., as a recreational river.
       ``(E) The approximately 1.4-mile segment of the Amargosa 
     River from 100 feet downstream of the Dumont Dunes access 
     road crossing in sec. 32, T. 19 N., R. 7 E., as a 
     recreational river.
       ``(197) Owens river headwaters, california.--The following 
     segments of the Owens River in the State of California, to be 
     administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
       ``(A) The 2.3-mile segment of Deadman Creek from the 2-
     forked source east of San Joaquin Peak to the confluence with 
     the unnamed tributary flowing north into Deadman Creek from 
     sec. 12, T. 3 S., R. 26 E., as a wild river.
       ``(B) The 2.3-mile segment of Deadman Creek from the 
     unnamed tributary confluence in sec. 12, T. 3 S., R. 26 E., 
     to the Road 3S22 crossing, as a scenic river.
       ``(C) The 4.1-mile segment of Deadman Creek from the Road 
     3S22 crossing to .25 miles downstream of the Highway 395 
     crossing, as a recreational river.
       ``(D) The 3-mile segment of Deadman Creek from .25 miles 
     downstream of the Highway 395 crossing to 100 feet upstream 
     of Big Springs, as a scenic river.
       ``(E) The 1-mile segment of the Upper Owens River from 100 
     feet upstream of Big Springs to the private property boundary 
     in sec. 19, T. 2 S., R. 28 E., as a recreational river.
       ``(F) The 4-mile segment of Glass Creek from its 2-forked 
     source to 100 feet upstream of the Glass Creek Meadow 
     Trailhead parking area in sec. 29, T. 2 S., R.27 E., as a 
     wild river.
       ``(G) The 1.3-mile segment of Glass Creek from 100 feet 
     upstream of the trailhead parking area in sec. 29 to the end 
     of Glass Creek Road in sec. 21, T. 2 S., R. 27 E., as a 
     scenic river.
       ``(H) The 1.1-mile segment of Glass Creek from the end of 
     Glass Creek Road in sec. 21, T. 2 S., R. 27 E., to the 
     confluence with Deadman Creek, as a recreational river.
       ``(198) Cottonwood creek, california.--The following 
     segments of Cottonwood Creek in the State of California:
       ``(A) The 17.4-mile segment from its headwaters at the 
     spring in sec. 27, T 4 S., R. 34 E., to the Inyo National 
     Forest boundary at the east section line of sec 3, T. 6 S., 
     R. 36 E., as a wild river to be administered by the Secretary 
     of Agriculture.
       ``(B) The 4.1-mile segment from the Inyo National Forest 
     boundary to the northern boundary of sec. 5, T.4 S., R. 34 
     E., as a recreational river, to be administered by the 
     Secretary of the Interior.
       ``(199) Piru creek, california.--The following segments of 
     Piru Creek in the State of California, to be administered by 
     the Secretary of Agriculture:
       ``(A) The 3-mile segment of Piru Creek from 0.5 miles 
     downstream of Pyramid Dam at the first bridge crossing to the 
     boundary of the Sespe Wilderness, as a recreational river.
       ``(B) The 4.25-mile segment from the boundary of the Sespe 
     Wilderness to the boundary between Los Angeles and Ventura 
     Counties, as a wild river.''.
       (b) Effect.--The designation of Piru Creek under subsection 
     (a) shall not affect valid rights in existence on the date of 
     enactment of this Act.

     SEC. 1806. BRIDGEPORT WINTER RECREATION AREA.

       (a) Designation.--The approximately 7,254 acres of land in 
     the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest identified as the 
     ``Bridgeport Winter Recreation Area'', as generally depicted 
     on the map entitled ``Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest 
     Proposed Management'' and dated September 17, 2008, is 
     designated as the Bridgeport Winter Recreation Area.
       (b) Map and Legal Description.--
       (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file a map and 
     legal description of the Recreation Area with--
       (A) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives; and
       (B) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate.
       (2) Force of law.--The map and legal description filed 
     under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct any errors in the map and legal description.
       (3) Public availability.--The map and legal description 
     filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the Forest 
     Service.
       (c) Management.--
       (1) Interim management.--Until completion of the management 
     plan required under subsection (d), and except as provided in 
     paragraph (2), the Recreation Area shall be managed in 
     accordance with the Toiyabe National Forest Land and Resource 
     Management Plan of 1986 (as in effect on the day of enactment 
     of this Act).
       (2) Use of snowmobiles.--The winter use of snowmobiles 
     shall be allowed in the Recreation Area--
       (A) during periods of adequate snow coverage during the 
     winter season; and
       (B) subject to any terms and conditions determined to be 
     necessary by the Secretary.
       (d) Management Plan.--To ensure the sound management and 
     enforcement of the Recreation Area, the Secretary shall, not 
     later than 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act, 
     undergo a public process to develop a winter use management 
     plan that provides for--
       (1) adequate signage;
       (2) a public education program on allowable usage areas;
       (3) measures to ensure adequate sanitation;
       (4) a monitoring and enforcement strategy; and
       (5) measures to ensure the protection of the Trail.
       (e) Enforcement.--The Secretary shall prioritize 
     enforcement activities in the Recreation Area--
       (1) to prohibit degradation of natural resources in the 
     Recreation Area;
       (2) to prevent interference with nonmotorized recreation on 
     the Trail; and
       (3) to reduce user conflicts in the Recreation Area.
       (f) Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail.--The Secretary 
     shall establish an appropriate snowmobile crossing point 
     along the Trail in the area identified as ``Pacific Crest 
     Trail Proposed Crossing Area'' on the map entitled 
     ``Humboldt-Toiyable National Forest Proposed Management'' and 
     dated September 17, 2008--
       (1) in accordance with--
       (A) the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 1241 et 
     seq.); and
       (B) any applicable environmental and public safety laws; 
     and
       (2) subject to the terms and conditions the Secretary 
     determines to be necessary to ensure that the crossing would 
     not--

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       (A) interfere with the nature and purposes of the Trail; or
       (B) harm the surrounding landscape.

     SEC. 1807. MANAGEMENT OF AREA WITHIN HUMBOLDT-TOIYABE 
                   NATIONAL FOREST.

       Certain land in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, 
     comprising approximately 3,690 acres identified as ``Pickel 
     Hill Management Area'', as generally depicted on the map 
     entitled ``Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest Proposed 
     Management'' and dated September 17, 2008, shall be managed 
     in a manner consistent with the non-Wilderness forest areas 
     immediately surrounding the Pickel Hill Management Area, 
     including the allowance of snowmobile use.

     SEC. 1808. ANCIENT BRISTLECONE PINE FOREST.

       (a) Designation.--To conserve and protect the Ancient 
     Bristlecone Pines by maintaining near-natural conditions and 
     to ensure the survival of the Pines for the purposes of 
     public enjoyment and scientific study, the approximately 
     31,700 acres of public land in the State, as generally 
     depicted on the map entitled ``Ancient Bristlecone Pine 
     Forest--Proposed'' and dated July 16, 2008, is designated as 
     the ``Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest''.
       (b) Map and Legal Description.--
       (1) In general.--As soon as practicable, but not later than 
     3 years after the date of enactment of this Act, the 
     Secretary shall file a map and legal description of the 
     Forest with--
       (A) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives; and
       (B) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate.
       (2) Force of law.--The map and legal description filed 
     under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct any errors in the map and legal description.
       (3) Public availability.--The map and legal description 
     filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the Forest 
     Service.
       (c) Management.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall administer the 
     Forest--
       (A) in a manner that--
       (i) protect the resources and values of the area in 
     accordance with the purposes for which the Forest is 
     established, as described in subsection (a); and
       (ii) promotes the objectives of the applicable management 
     plan (as in effect on the date of enactment of this Act), 
     including objectives relating to--

       (I) the protection of bristlecone pines for public 
     enjoyment and scientific study;
       (II) the recognition of the botanical, scenic, and 
     historical values of the area; and
       (III) the maintenance of near-natural conditions by 
     ensuring that all activities are subordinate to the needs of 
     protecting and preserving bristlecone pines and wood 
     remnants; and

       (B) in accordance with the National Forest Management Act 
     of 1976 (16 U.S.C. 1600 et seq.), this section, and any other 
     applicable laws.
       (2) Uses.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary shall allow only such uses 
     of the Forest as the Secretary determines would further the 
     purposes for which the Forest is established, as described in 
     subsection (a).
       (B) Scientific research.--Scientific research shall be 
     allowed in the Forest in accordance with the Inyo National 
     Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (as in effect on the 
     date of enactment of this Act).
       (3) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, all 
     Federal land within the Forest is withdrawn from--
       (A) all forms of entry, appropriation or disposal under the 
     public land laws;
       (B) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (C) disposition under all laws relating to mineral and 
     geothermal leasing or mineral materials.

          Subtitle L--Riverside County Wilderness, California

     SEC. 1851. WILDERNESS DESIGNATION.

       (a) Definition of Secretary.--In this section, the term 
     ``Secretary'' means--
       (1) with respect to land under the jurisdiction of the 
     Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Agriculture; and
       (2) with respect to land under the jurisdiction of the 
     Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of the Interior.
       (b) Designation of Wilderness, Cleveland and San Bernardino 
     National Forests, Joshua Tree National Park, and Bureau of 
     Land Management Land in Riverside County, California.--
       (1) Designations.--
       (A) Agua tibia wilderness additions.--In accordance with 
     the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain land in 
     the Cleveland National Forest and certain land administered 
     by the Bureau of Land Management in Riverside County, 
     California, together comprising approximately 2,053 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the map titled ``Proposed Addition to 
     Agua Tibia Wilderness'', and dated May 9, 2008, is designated 
     as wilderness and is incorporated in, and shall be deemed to 
     be a part of, the Agua Tibia Wilderness designated by section 
     2(a) of Public Law 93-632 (88 Stat. 2154; 16 U.S.C. 1132 
     note).
       (B) Cahuilla mountain wilderness.--In accordance with the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain land in the 
     San Bernardino National Forest, California, comprising 
     approximately 5,585 acres, as generally depicted on the map 
     titled ``Cahuilla Mountain Proposed Wilderness'', and dated 
     May 1, 2008, is designated as wilderness and, therefore, as a 
     component of the National Wilderness Preservation System, 
     which shall be known as the ``Cahuilla Mountain Wilderness''.
       (C) South fork san jacinto wilderness.--In accordance with 
     the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain land in 
     the San Bernardino National Forest, California, comprising 
     approximately 20,217 acres, as generally depicted on the map 
     titled ``South Fork San Jacinto Proposed Wilderness'', and 
     dated May 1, 2008, is designated as wilderness and, 
     therefore, as a component of the National Wilderness 
     Preservation System, which shall be known as the ``South Fork 
     San Jacinto Wilderness''.
       (D) Santa rosa wilderness additions.--In accordance with 
     the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain land in 
     the San Bernardino National Forest, California, and certain 
     land administered by the Bureau of Land Management in 
     Riverside County, California, comprising approximately 2,149 
     acres, as generally depicted on the map titled ``Santa Rosa-
     San Jacinto National Monument Expansion and Santa Rosa 
     Wilderness Addition'', and dated March 12, 2008, is 
     designated as wilderness and is incorporated in, and shall be 
     deemed to be a part of, the Santa Rosa Wilderness designated 
     by section 101(a)(28) of Public Law 98-425 (98 Stat. 1623; 16 
     U.S.C. 1132 note) and expanded by paragraph (59) of section 
     102 of Public Law 103-433 (108 Stat. 4472; 16 U.S.C. 1132 
     note).
       (E) Beauty mountain wilderness.--In accordance with the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain land 
     administered by the Bureau of Land Management in Riverside 
     County, California, comprising approximately 15,621 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the map titled ``Beauty Mountain 
     Proposed Wilderness'', and dated April 3, 2007, is designated 
     as wilderness and, therefore, as a component of the National 
     Wilderness Preservation System, which shall be known as the 
     ``Beauty Mountain Wilderness''.
       (F) Joshua tree national park wilderness additions.--In 
     accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), 
     certain land in Joshua Tree National Park, comprising 
     approximately 36,700 acres, as generally depicted on the map 
     numbered 156/80,055, and titled ``Joshua Tree National Park 
     Proposed Wilderness Additions'', and dated March 2008, is 
     designated as wilderness and is incorporated in, and shall be 
     deemed to be a part of, the Joshua Tree Wilderness designated 
     by section 1(g) of Public Law 94-567 (90 Stat. 2692; 16 
     U.S.C. 1132 note).
       (G) Orocopia mountains wilderness additions.--In accordance 
     with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain 
     land administered by the Bureau of Land Management in 
     Riverside County, California, comprising approximately 4,635 
     acres, as generally depicted on the map titled ``Orocopia 
     Mountains Proposed Wilderness Addition'', and dated May 8, 
     2008, is designated as wilderness and is incorporated in, and 
     shall be deemed to be a part of, the Orocopia Mountains 
     Wilderness as designated by paragraph (44) of section 102 of 
     Public Law 103-433 (108 Stat. 4472; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note), 
     except that the wilderness boundaries established by this 
     subsection in Township 7 South, Range 13 East, exclude--
       (i) a corridor 250 feet north of the centerline of the 
     Bradshaw Trail;
       (ii) a corridor 250 feet from both sides of the centerline 
     of the vehicle route in the unnamed wash that flows between 
     the Eagle Mountain Railroad on the south and the existing 
     Orocopia Mountains Wilderness boundary; and
       (iii) a corridor 250 feet from both sides of the centerline 
     of the vehicle route in the unnamed wash that flows between 
     the Chocolate Mountain Aerial Gunnery Range on the south and 
     the existing Orocopia Mountains Wilderness boundary.
       (H) Palen/McCoy wilderness additions.--In accordance with 
     the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain land 
     administered by the Bureau of Land Management in Riverside 
     County, California, comprising approximately 22,645 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the map titled ``Palen-McCoy Proposed 
     Wilderness Additions'', and dated May 8, 2008, is designated 
     as wilderness and is incorporated in, and shall be deemed to 
     be a part of, the Palen/McCoy Wilderness as designated by 
     paragraph (47) of section 102 of Public Law 103-433 (108 
     Stat. 4472; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note).
       (I) Pinto mountains wilderness.--In accordance with the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain land 
     administered by the Bureau of Land Management in Riverside 
     County, California, comprising approximately 24,404 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the map titled ``Pinto Mountains 
     Proposed Wilderness'', and dated February 21, 2008, is 
     designated as wilderness and, therefore, as a component of 
     the National Wilderness Preservation System, which shall be 
     known as the ``Pinto Mountains Wilderness''.
       (J) Chuckwalla mountains wilderness additions.--In 
     accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), 
     certain land administered by the Bureau of Land Management in 
     Riverside County, California, comprising approximately 12,815 
     acres, as generally depicted on the map titled ``Chuckwalla 
     Mountains Proposed Wilderness Addition'', and dated May 8, 
     2008, is designated as wilderness and is incorporated in, and 
     shall be deemed to be a part of the Chuckwalla Mountains 
     Wilderness as designated by paragraph (12) of section 102 of 
     Public Law 103-433 (108 Stat. 4472; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note).
       (2) Maps and descriptions.--
       (A) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     the enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file a map and 
     legal description of each wilderness area and wilderness 
     addition designated by this section with the Committee on 
     Natural Resources of the House of Representatives and the 
     Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate.
       (B) Force of law.--A map and legal description filed under 
     subparagraph (A) shall have the same force and effect as if 
     included in this section, except that the Secretary may 
     correct errors in the map and legal description.

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       (C) Public availability.--Each map and legal description 
     filed under subparagraph (A) shall be filed and made 
     available for public inspection in the appropriate office of 
     the Secretary.
       (3) Utility facilities.--Nothing in this section prohibits 
     the construction, operation, or maintenance, using standard 
     industry practices, of existing utility facilities located 
     outside of the wilderness areas and wilderness additions 
     designated by this section.
       (c) Joshua Tree National Park Potential Wilderness.--
       (1) Designation of potential wilderness.--Certain land in 
     the Joshua Tree National Park, comprising approximately 
     43,300 acres, as generally depicted on the map numbered 156/
     80,055, and titled ``Joshua Tree National Park Proposed 
     Wilderness Additions'', and dated March 2008, is designated 
     potential wilderness and shall be managed by the Secretary of 
     the Interior insofar as practicable as wilderness until such 
     time as the land is designated as wilderness pursuant to 
     paragraph (2).
       (2) Designation as wilderness.--The land designated 
     potential wilderness by paragraph (1) shall be designated as 
     wilderness and incorporated in, and be deemed to be a part 
     of, the Joshua Tree Wilderness designated by section 1(g) of 
     Public Law 94-567 (90 Stat. 2692; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note), 
     effective upon publication by the Secretary of the Interior 
     in the Federal Register of a notice that--
       (A) all uses of the land within the potential wilderness 
     prohibited by the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) 
     have ceased; and
       (B) sufficient inholdings within the boundaries of the 
     potential wilderness have been acquired to establish a 
     manageable wilderness unit.
       (3) Map and description.--
       (A) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date on 
     which the notice required by paragraph (2) is published in 
     the Federal Register, the Secretary shall file a map and 
     legal description of the land designated as wilderness and 
     potential wilderness by this section with the Committee on 
     Natural Resources of the House of Representatives and the 
     Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate.
       (B) Force of law.--The map and legal description filed 
     under subparagraph (A) shall have the same force and effect 
     as if included in this section, except that the Secretary may 
     correct errors in the map and legal description.
       (C) Public availability.--Each map and legal description 
     filed under subparagraph (A) shall be filed and made 
     available for public inspection in the appropriate office of 
     the Secretary.
       (d) Administration of Wilderness.--
       (1) Management.--Subject to valid existing rights, the land 
     designated as wilderness or as a wilderness addition by this 
     section shall be administered by the Secretary in accordance 
     with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), except 
     that--
       (A) any reference in that Act to the effective date of that 
     Act shall be deemed to be a reference to--
       (i) the date of the enactment of this Act; or
       (ii) in the case of the wilderness addition designated by 
     subsection (c), the date on which the notice required by such 
     subsection is published in the Federal Register; and
       (B) any reference in that Act to the Secretary of 
     Agriculture shall be deemed to be a reference to the 
     Secretary that has jurisdiction over the land.
       (2) Incorporation of acquired land and interests.--Any land 
     within the boundaries of a wilderness area or wilderness 
     addition designated by this section that is acquired by the 
     United States shall--
       (A) become part of the wilderness area in which the land is 
     located; and
       (B) be managed in accordance with this section, the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), and any other 
     applicable law.
       (3) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid rights in existence on 
     the date of enactment of this Act, the land designated as 
     wilderness by this section is withdrawn from all forms of--
       (A) entry, appropriation, or disposal under the public land 
     laws;
       (B) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (C) disposition under all laws pertaining to mineral and 
     geothermal leasing or mineral materials.
       (4) Fire management and related activities.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary may take such measures in a 
     wilderness area or wilderness addition designated by this 
     section as are necessary for the control of fire, insects, 
     and diseases in accordance with section 4(d)(1) of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)) and House Report 98-40 
     of the 98th Congress.
       (B) Funding priorities.--Nothing in this section limits 
     funding for fire and fuels management in the wilderness areas 
     and wilderness additions designated by this section.
       (C) Revision and development of local fire management 
     plans.--As soon as practicable after the date of enactment of 
     this Act, the Secretary shall amend the local fire management 
     plans that apply to the land designated as a wilderness area 
     or wilderness addition by this section.
       (D) Administration.--Consistent with subparagraph (A) and 
     other applicable Federal law, to ensure a timely and 
     efficient response to fire emergencies in the wilderness 
     areas and wilderness additions designated by this section, 
     the Secretary shall--
       (i) not later than 1 year after the date of enactment of 
     this Act, establish agency approval procedures (including 
     appropriate delegations of authority to the Forest 
     Supervisor, District Manager, or other agency officials) for 
     responding to fire emergencies; and
       (ii) enter into agreements with appropriate State or local 
     firefighting agencies.
       (5) Grazing.--Grazing of livestock in a wilderness area or 
     wilderness addition designated by this section shall be 
     administered in accordance with the provisions of section 
     4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(4)) and the 
     guidelines set forth in House Report 96-617 to accompany H.R. 
     5487 of the 96th Congress.
       (6) Native american uses and interests.--
       (A) Access and use.--To the extent practicable, the 
     Secretary shall ensure access to the Cahuilla Mountain 
     Wilderness by members of an Indian tribe for traditional 
     cultural purposes. In implementing this paragraph, the 
     Secretary, upon the request of an Indian tribe, may 
     temporarily close to the general public use of one or more 
     specific portions of the wilderness area in order to protect 
     the privacy of traditional cultural activities in such areas 
     by members of the Indian tribe. Any such closure shall be 
     made to affect the smallest practicable area for the minimum 
     period necessary for such purposes. Such access shall be 
     consistent with the purpose and intent of Public Law 95-341 
     (42 U.S.C. 1996), commonly referred to as the American Indian 
     Religious Freedom Act, and the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 
     et seq.).
       (B) Indian tribe defined.--In this paragraph, the term 
     ``Indian tribe'' means any Indian tribe, band, nation, or 
     other organized group or community of Indians which is 
     recognized as eligible by the Secretary of the Interior for 
     the special programs and services provided by the United 
     States to Indians because of their status as Indians.
       (7) Military activities.--Nothing in this section 
     precludes--
       (A) low-level overflights of military aircraft over the 
     wilderness areas or wilderness additions designated by this 
     section;
       (B) the designation of new units of special airspace over 
     the wilderness areas or wilderness additions designated by 
     this section; or
       (C) the use or establishment of military flight training 
     routes over wilderness areas or wilderness additions 
     designated by this section.

     SEC. 1852. WILD AND SCENIC RIVER DESIGNATIONS, RIVERSIDE 
                   COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.

       Section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1274(a)) (as amended by section 1805) is amended by adding at 
     the end the following new paragraphs:
       ``(200) North Fork San Jacinto River, California.--The 
     following segments of the North Fork San Jacinto River in the 
     State of California, to be administered by the Secretary of 
     Agriculture:
       ``(A) The 2.12-mile segment from the source of the North 
     Fork San Jacinto River at Deer Springs in Mt. San Jacinto 
     State Park to the State Park boundary, as a wild river.
       ``(B) The 1.66-mile segment from the Mt. San Jacinto State 
     Park boundary to the Lawler Park boundary in section 26, 
     township 4 south, range 2 east, San Bernardino meridian, as a 
     scenic river.
       ``(C) The 0.68-mile segment from the Lawler Park boundary 
     to its confluence with Fuller Mill Creek, as a recreational 
     river.
       ``(D) The 2.15-mile segment from its confluence with Fuller 
     Mill Creek to .25 miles upstream of the 5S09 road crossing, 
     as a wild river.
       ``(E) The 0.6-mile segment from .25 miles upstream of the 
     5S09 road crossing to its confluence with Stone Creek, as a 
     scenic river.
       ``(F) The 2.91-mile segment from the Stone Creek confluence 
     to the northern boundary of section 17, township 5 south, 
     range 2 east, San Bernardino meridian, as a wild river.
       ``(201) Fuller Mill Creek, California.--The following 
     segments of Fuller Mill Creek in the State of California, to 
     be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
       ``(A) The 1.2-mile segment from the source of Fuller Mill 
     Creek in the San Jacinto Wilderness to the Pinewood property 
     boundary in section 13, township 4 south, range 2 east, San 
     Bernardino meridian, as a scenic river.
       ``(B) The 0.9-mile segment in the Pine Wood property, as a 
     recreational river.
       ``(C) The 1.4-mile segment from the Pinewood property 
     boundary in section 23, township 4 south, range 2 east, San 
     Bernardino meridian, to its confluence with the North Fork 
     San Jacinto River, as a scenic river.
       ``(202) Palm Canyon Creek, California.--The 8.1-mile 
     segment of Palm Canyon Creek in the State of California from 
     the southern boundary of section 6, township 7 south, range 5 
     east, San Bernardino meridian, to the San Bernardino National 
     Forest boundary in section 1, township 6 south, range 4 east, 
     San Bernardino meridian, to be administered by the Secretary 
     of Agriculture as a wild river, and the Secretary shall enter 
     into a cooperative management agreement with the Agua 
     Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians to protect and enhance 
     river values.
       ``(203) Bautista Creek, California.--The 9.8-mile segment 
     of Bautista Creek in the State of California from the San 
     Bernardino National Forest boundary in section 36, township 6 
     south, range 2 east, San Bernardino meridian, to the San 
     Bernardino National Forest boundary in section 2, township 6 
     south, range 1 east, San Bernardino meridian, to be 
     administered by the Secretary of Agriculture as a 
     recreational river.''.

     SEC. 1853. ADDITIONS AND TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO SANTA ROSA 
                   AND SAN JACINTO MOUNTAINS NATIONAL MONUMENT.

       (a) Boundary Adjustment, Santa Rosa and San Jacinto 
     Mountains National Monument.--Section 2 of the Santa Rosa and 
     San Jacinto Mountains National Monument Act of 2000 (Public 
     Law 106-351; 114 U.S.C. 1362; 16 U.S.C. 431 note) is amended 
     by adding at the end the following new subsection:
       ``(e) Expansion of Boundaries.--In addition to the land 
     described in subsection (c), the

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     boundaries of the National Monument shall include the 
     following lands identified as additions to the National 
     Monument on the map titled `Santa Rosa-San Jacinto National 
     Monument Expansion and Santa Rosa Wilderness Addition', and 
     dated March 12, 2008:
       ``(1) The `Santa Rosa Peak Area Monument Expansion'.
       ``(2) The `Snow Creek Area Monument Expansion'.
       ``(3) The `Tahquitz Peak Area Monument Expansion'.
       ``(4) The `Southeast Area Monument Expansion', which is 
     designated as wilderness in section 512(d), and is thus 
     incorporated into, and shall be deemed part of, the Santa 
     Rosa Wilderness.''.
       (b) Technical Amendments to the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto 
     Mountains National Monument Act of 2000.--Section 7(d) of the 
     Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument Act of 
     2000 (Public Law 106-351; 114 U.S.C. 1362; 16 U.S.C. 431 
     note) is amended by striking ``eight'' and inserting ``a 
     majority of the appointed''.

    Subtitle M--Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Wilderness, 
                               California

     SEC. 1901. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (2) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of 
     California.

     SEC. 1902. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS.

       In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
     seq.), the following areas in the State are designated as 
     wilderness areas and as components of the National Wilderness 
     Preservation System:
       (1) John krebs wilderness.--
       (A) Designation.--Certain land in Sequoia and Kings Canyon 
     National Parks, comprising approximately 39,740 acres of 
     land, and 130 acres of potential wilderness additions as 
     generally depicted on the map numbered 102/60014b, titled 
     ``John Krebs Wilderness'', and dated September 16, 2008.
       (B) Effect.--Nothing in this paragraph affects--
       (i) the cabins in, and adjacent to, Mineral King Valley; or
       (ii) the private inholdings known as ``Silver City'' and 
     ``Kaweah Han''.
       (C) Potential wilderness additions.--The designation of the 
     potential wilderness additions under subparagraph (A) shall 
     not prohibit the operation, maintenance, and repair of the 
     small check dams and water impoundments on Lower Franklin 
     Lake, Crystal Lake, Upper Monarch Lake, and Eagle Lake. The 
     Secretary is authorized to allow the use of helicopters for 
     the operation, maintenance, and repair of the small check 
     dams and water impoundments on Lower Franklin Lake, Crystal 
     Lake, Upper Monarch Lake, and Eagle Lake. The potential 
     wilderness additions shall be designated as wilderness and 
     incorporated into the John Krebs Wilderness established by 
     this section upon termination of the non-conforming uses.
       (2) Sequoia-kings canyon wilderness addition.--Certain land 
     in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, California, 
     comprising approximately 45,186 acres as generally depicted 
     on the map titled ``Sequoia-Kings Canyon Wilderness 
     Addition'', numbered 102/60015a, and dated March 10, 2008, is 
     incorporated in, and shall be considered to be a part of, the 
     Sequoia-Kings Canyon Wilderness.
       (3) Recommended wilderness.--Land in Sequoia and Kings 
     Canyon National Parks that was managed as of the date of 
     enactment of this Act as recommended or proposed wilderness 
     but not designated by this section as wilderness shall 
     continue to be managed as recommended or proposed wilderness, 
     as appropriate.

     SEC. 1903. ADMINISTRATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS.

       (a) In General.--Subject to valid existing rights, each 
     area designated as wilderness by this subtitle shall be 
     administered by the Secretary in accordance with the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), except that any 
     reference in the Wilderness Act to the effective date of the 
     Wilderness Act shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     date of enactment of this Act.
       (b) Map and Legal Description.--
       (1) Submission of map and legal description.--As soon as 
     practicable, but not later than 3 years, after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file a map and 
     legal description of each area designated as wilderness by 
     this subtitle with--
       (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (2) Force and effect.--The map and legal description filed 
     under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct any clerical or typographical error in the map or 
     legal description.
       (3) Public availability.--The map and legal description 
     filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the Office of the Secretary.
       (c) Hydrologic, Meteorologic, and Climatological Devices, 
     Facilities, and Associated Equipment.--The Secretary shall 
     continue to manage maintenance and access to hydrologic, 
     meteorologic, and climatological devices, facilities and 
     associated equipment consistent with House Report 98-40.
       (d) Authorized Activities Outside Wilderness.--Nothing in 
     this subtitle precludes authorized activities conducted 
     outside of an area designated as wilderness by this subtitle 
     by cabin owners (or designees) in the Mineral King Valley 
     area or property owners or lessees (or designees) in the 
     Silver City inholding, as identified on the map described in 
     section 1902(1)(A).
       (e) Horseback Riding.--Nothing in this subtitle precludes 
     horseback riding in, or the entry of recreational or 
     commercial saddle or pack stock into, an area designated as 
     wilderness by this subtitle--
       (1) in accordance with section 4(d)(5) of the Wilderness 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(5)); and
       (2) subject to any terms and conditions determined to be 
     necessary by the Secretary.

     SEC. 1904. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

       There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as are 
     necessary to carry out this subtitle.

     Subtitle N--Rocky Mountain National Park Wilderness, Colorado

     SEC. 1951. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled ``Rocky 
     Mountain National Park Wilderness Act of 2007'' and dated 
     September 2006.
       (2) Park.--The term ``Park'' means Rocky Mountain National 
     Park located in the State of Colorado.
       (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (4) Trail.--The term ``Trail'' means the East Shore Trail 
     established under section 1954(a).
       (5) Wilderness.--The term ``Wilderness'' means the 
     wilderness designated by section 1952(a).

     SEC. 1952. ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK WILDERNESS, COLORADO.

       (a) Designation.--In furtherance of the purposes of the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), there is designated 
     as wilderness and as a component of the National Wilderness 
     Preservation System approximately 249,339 acres of land in 
     the Park, as generally depicted on the map.
       (b) Map and Boundary Description.--
       (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall--
       (A) prepare a map and boundary description of the 
     Wilderness; and
       (B) submit the map and boundary description prepared under 
     subparagraph (A) to the Committee on Energy and Natural 
     Resources of the Senate and the Committee on Natural 
     Resources of the House of Representatives.
       (2) Availability; force of law.--The map and boundary 
     description submitted under paragraph (1)(B) shall--
       (A) be on file and available for public inspection in 
     appropriate offices of the National Park Service; and
       (B) have the same force and effect as if included in this 
     subtitle.
       (c) Inclusion of Potential Wilderness.--
       (1) In general.--On publication in the Federal Register of 
     a notice by the Secretary that all uses inconsistent with the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) have ceased on the 
     land identified on the map as a ``Potential Wilderness 
     Area'', the land shall be--
       (A) included in the Wilderness; and
       (B) administered in accordance with subsection (e).
       (2) Boundary description.--On inclusion in the Wilderness 
     of the land referred to in paragraph (1), the Secretary shall 
     modify the map and boundary description submitted under 
     subsection (b) to reflect the inclusion of the land.
       (d) Exclusion of Certain Land.--The following areas are 
     specifically excluded from the Wilderness:
       (1) The Grand River Ditch (including the main canal of the 
     Grand River Ditch and a branch of the main canal known as the 
     Specimen Ditch), the right-of-way for the Grand River Ditch, 
     land 200 feet on each side of the center line of the Grand 
     River Ditch, and any associated appurtenances, structures, 
     buildings, camps, and work sites in existence as of June 1, 
     1998.
       (2) Land owned by the St. Vrain & Left Hand Water 
     Conservancy District, including Copeland Reservoir and the 
     Inlet Ditch to the Reservoir from North St. Vrain Creek, 
     comprising approximately 35.38 acres.
       (3) Land owned by the Wincenstsen-Harms Trust, comprising 
     approximately 2.75 acres.
       (4) Land within the area depicted on the map as the ``East 
     Shore Trail Area''.
       (e) Administration.--Subject to valid existing rights, any 
     land designated as wilderness under this section or added to 
     the Wilderness after the date of enactment of this Act under 
     subsection (c) shall be administered by the Secretary in 
     accordance with this subtitle and the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), except that--
       (1) any reference in the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
     seq.) to the effective date of that Act shall be considered 
     to be a reference to the date of enactment of this Act, or 
     the date on which the additional land is added to the 
     Wilderness, respectively; and
       (2) any reference in the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
     seq.) to the Secretary of Agriculture shall be considered to 
     be a reference to the Secretary.
       (f) Water Rights.--
       (1) Findings.--Congress finds that--
       (A) the United States has existing rights to water within 
     the Park;
       (B) the existing water rights are sufficient for the 
     purposes of the Wilderness; and
       (C) based on the findings described in subparagraphs (A) 
     and (B), there is no need for the United States to reserve or 
     appropriate any additional water rights to fulfill the 
     purposes of the Wilderness.
       (2) Effect.--Nothing in this subtitle--
       (A) constitutes an express or implied reservation by the 
     United States of water or water rights for any purpose; or
       (B) modifies or otherwise affects any existing water rights 
     held by the United States for the Park.
       (g) Fire, Insect, and Disease Control.--The Secretary may 
     take such measures in the Wilderness as are necessary to 
     control fire, insects, and diseases, as are provided for in 
     accordance with--
       (1) the laws applicable to the Park; and

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       (2) the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.).

     SEC. 1953. GRAND RIVER DITCH AND COLORADO-BIG THOMPSON 
                   PROJECTS.

       (a) Conditional Waiver of Strict Liability.--During any 
     period in which the Water Supply and Storage Company (or any 
     successor in interest to the company with respect to the 
     Grand River Ditch) operates and maintains the portion of the 
     Grand River Ditch in the Park in compliance with an 
     operations and maintenance agreement between the Water Supply 
     and Storage Company and the National Park Service, the 
     provisions of paragraph (6) of the stipulation approved June 
     28, 1907--
       (1) shall be suspended; and
       (2) shall not be enforceable against the Company (or any 
     successor in interest).
       (b) Agreement.--The agreement referred to in subsection (a) 
     shall--
       (1) ensure that--
       (A) Park resources are managed in accordance with the laws 
     generally applicable to the Park, including--
       (i) the Act of January 26, 1915 (16 U.S.C. 191 et seq.); 
     and
       (ii) the National Park Service Organic Act (16 U.S.C. 1 et 
     seq.);
       (B) Park land outside the right-of-way corridor remains 
     unimpaired consistent with the National Park Service 
     management policies in effect as of the date of enactment of 
     this Act; and
       (C) any use of Park land outside the right-of-way corridor 
     (as of the date of enactment of this Act) shall be permitted 
     only on a temporary basis, subject to such terms and 
     conditions as the Secretary determines to be necessary; and
       (2) include stipulations with respect to--
       (A) flow monitoring and early warning measures;
       (B) annual and periodic inspections;
       (C) an annual maintenance plan;
       (D) measures to identify on an annual basis capital 
     improvement needs; and
       (E) the development of plans to address the needs 
     identified under subparagraph (D).
       (c) Limitation.--Nothing in this section limits or 
     otherwise affects--
       (1) the liability of any individual or entity for damages 
     to, loss of, or injury to any resource within the Park 
     resulting from any cause or event that occurred before the 
     date of enactment of this Act; or
       (2) Public Law 101-337 (16 U.S.C. 19jj et seq.), including 
     the defenses available under that Act for damage caused--
       (A) solely by--
       (i) an act of God;
       (ii) an act of war; or
       (iii) an act or omission of a third party (other than an 
     employee or agent); or
       (B) by an activity authorized by Federal or State law.
       (d) Colorado-Big Thompson Project and Windy Gap Project.--
       (1) In general.--Nothing in this subtitle, including the 
     designation of the Wilderness, prohibits or affects current 
     and future operation and maintenance activities in, under, or 
     affecting the Wilderness that were allowed as of the date of 
     enactment of this Act under the Act of January 26, 1915 (16 
     U.S.C. 191), relating to the Alva B. Adams Tunnel or other 
     Colorado-Big Thompson Project facilities located within the 
     Park.
       (2) Alva b. adams tunnel.--Nothing in this subtitle, 
     including the designation of the Wilderness, prohibits or 
     restricts the conveyance of water through the Alva B. Adams 
     Tunnel for any purpose.
       (e) Right-of-Way.--Notwithstanding the Act of March 3, 1891 
     (43 U.S.C. 946) and the Act of May 11, 1898 (43 U.S.C. 951), 
     the right of way for the Grand River Ditch shall not be 
     terminated, forfeited, or otherwise affected as a result of 
     the water transported by the Grand River Ditch being used 
     primarily for domestic purposes or any purpose of a public 
     nature, unless the Secretary determines that the change in 
     the main purpose or use adversely affects the Park.
       (f) New Reclamation Projects.--Nothing in the first section 
     of the Act of January 26, 1915 (16 U.S.C. 191), shall be 
     construed to allow development in the Wilderness of any 
     reclamation project not in existence as of the date of 
     enactment of this Act.
       (g) Clarification of Management Authority.--Nothing in this 
     section reduces or limits the authority of the Secretary to 
     manage land and resources within the Park under applicable 
     law.

     SEC. 1954. EAST SHORE TRAIL AREA.

       (a) In General.--Not later than 1 year after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall establish within 
     the East Shore Trail Area in the Park an alignment line for a 
     trail, to be known as the ``East Shore Trail'', to maximize 
     the opportunity for sustained use of the Trail without 
     causing--
       (1) harm to affected resources; or
       (2) conflicts among users.
       (b) Boundaries.--
       (1) In general.--After establishing the alignment line for 
     the Trail under subsection (a), the Secretary shall--
       (A) identify the boundaries of the Trail, which shall not 
     extend more than 25 feet east of the alignment line or be 
     located within the Wilderness; and
       (B) modify the map of the Wilderness prepared under section 
     1952(b)(1)(A) so that the western boundary of the Wilderness 
     is 50 feet east of the alignment line.
       (2) Adjustments.--To the extent necessary to protect Park 
     resources, the Secretary may adjust the boundaries of the 
     Trail, if the adjustment does not place any portion of the 
     Trail within the boundary of the Wilderness.
       (c) Inclusion in Wilderness.--On completion of the 
     construction of the Trail, as authorized by the Secretary--
       (1) any portion of the East Shore Trail Area that is not 
     traversed by the Trail, that is not west of the Trail, and 
     that is not within 50 feet of the centerline of the Trail 
     shall be--
       (A) included in the Wilderness; and
       (B) managed as part of the Wilderness in accordance with 
     section 1952; and
       (2) the Secretary shall modify the map and boundary 
     description of the Wilderness prepared under section 
     1952(b)(1)(A) to reflect the inclusion of the East Shore 
     Trail Area land in the Wilderness.
       (d) Effect.--Nothing in this section--
       (1) requires the construction of the Trail along the 
     alignment line established under subsection (a); or
       (2) limits the extent to which any otherwise applicable law 
     or policy applies to any decision with respect to the 
     construction of the Trail.
       (e) Relation to Land Outside Wilderness.--
       (1) In general.--Except as provided in this subsection, 
     nothing in this subtitle affects the management or use of any 
     land not included within the boundaries of the Wilderness or 
     the potential wilderness land.
       (2) Motorized vehicles and machinery.--No use of motorized 
     vehicles or other motorized machinery that was not permitted 
     on March 1, 2006, shall be allowed in the East Shore Trail 
     Area except as the Secretary determines to be necessary for 
     use in--
       (A) constructing the Trail, if the construction is 
     authorized by the Secretary; or
       (B) maintaining the Trail.
       (3) Management of land before inclusion.--Until the 
     Secretary authorizes the construction of the Trail and the 
     use of the Trail for non-motorized bicycles, the East Shore 
     Trail Area shall be managed--
       (A) to protect any wilderness characteristics of the East 
     Shore Trail Area; and
       (B) to maintain the suitability of the East Shore Trail 
     Area for inclusion in the Wilderness.

     SEC. 1955. NATIONAL FOREST AREA BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENTS.

       (a) Indian Peaks Wilderness Boundary Adjustment.--Section 
     3(a) of the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area, the Arapaho 
     National Recreation Area and the Oregon Islands Wilderness 
     Area Act (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 95-450) is 
     amended--
       (1) by striking ``seventy thousand acres'' and inserting 
     ``74,195 acres''; and
       (2) by striking ``, dated July 1978'' and inserting ``and 
     dated May 2007''.
       (b) Arapaho National Recreation Area Boundary Adjustment.--
     Section 4(a) of the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area, the Arapaho 
     National Recreation Area and the Oregon Islands Wilderness 
     Area Act (16 U.S.C. 460jj(a)) is amended--
       (1) by striking ``thirty-six thousand two hundred thirty-
     five acres'' and inserting ``35,235 acres''; and
       (2) by striking ``, dated July 1978'' and inserting ``and 
     dated May 2007''.

     SEC. 1956. AUTHORITY TO LEASE LEIFFER TRACT.

       (a) In General.--Section 3(k) of Public Law 91-383 (16 
     U.S.C. 1a-2(k)) shall apply to the parcel of land described 
     in subsection (b).
       (b) Description of the Land.--The parcel of land referred 
     to in subsection (a) is the parcel of land known as the 
     ``Leiffer tract'' that is--
       (1) located near the eastern boundary of the Park in 
     Larimer County, Colorado; and
       (2) administered by the National Park Service.

                  Subtitle O--Washington County, Utah

     SEC. 1971. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Beaver dam wash national conservation area map.--The 
     term ``Beaver Dam Wash National Conservation Area Map'' means 
     the map entitled ``Beaver Dam Wash National Conservation 
     Area'' and dated December 18, 2008.
       (2) Canaan mountain wilderness map.--The term ``Canaan 
     Mountain Wilderness Map'' means the map entitled ``Canaan 
     Mountain Wilderness'' and dated June 21, 2008.
       (3) County.--The term ``County'' means Washington County, 
     Utah.
       (4) Northeastern washington county wilderness map.--The 
     term ``Northeastern Washington County Wilderness Map'' means 
     the map entitled ``Northeastern Washington County 
     Wilderness'' and dated November 12, 2008.
       (5) Northwestern washington county wilderness map.--The 
     term ``Northwestern Washington County Wilderness Map'' means 
     the map entitled ``Northwestern Washington County 
     Wilderness'' and dated June 21, 2008.
       (6) Red cliffs national conservation area map.--The term 
     ``Red Cliffs National Conservation Area Map'' means the map 
     entitled ``Red Cliffs National Conservation Area'' and dated 
     November 12, 2008.
       (7) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means--
       (A) with respect to land under the jurisdiction of the 
     Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Agriculture; and
       (B) with respect to land under the jurisdiction of the 
     Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of the Interior.
       (8) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Utah.
       (9) Washington county growth and conservation act map.--The 
     term ``Washington County Growth and Conservation Act Map'' 
     means the map entitled ``Washington County Growth and 
     Conservation Act Map'' and dated November 13, 2008.

     SEC. 1972. WILDERNESS AREAS.

       (a) Additions to National Wilderness Preservation System.--
       (1) Additions.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     following land in the State is designated as wilderness and 
     as components of the National Wilderness Preservation System:
       (A) Beartrap canyon.--Certain Federal land managed by the 
     Bureau of Land Management,

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     comprising approximately 40 acres, as generally depicted on 
     the Northeastern Washington County Wilderness Map, which 
     shall be known as the ``Beartrap Canyon Wilderness''.
       (B) Blackridge.--Certain Federal land managed by the Bureau 
     of Land Management, comprising approximately 13,015 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the Northeastern Washington County 
     Wilderness Map, which shall be known as the ``Blackridge 
     Wilderness''.
       (C) Canaan mountain.--Certain Federal land in the County 
     managed by the Bureau of Land Management, comprising 
     approximately 44,531 acres, as generally depicted on the 
     Canaan Mountain Wilderness Map, which shall be known as the 
     ``Canaan Mountain Wilderness''.
       (D) Cottonwood canyon.--Certain Federal land managed by the 
     Bureau of Land Management, comprising approximately 11,712 
     acres, as generally depicted on the Red Cliffs National 
     Conservation Area Map, which shall be known as the 
     ``Cottonwood Canyon Wilderness''.
       (E) Cottonwood forest.--Certain Federal land managed by the 
     Forest Service, comprising approximately 2,643 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the Red Cliffs National Conservation 
     Area Map, which shall be known as the ``Cottonwood Forest 
     Wilderness''.
       (F) Cougar canyon.--Certain Federal land managed by the 
     Bureau of Land Management, comprising approximately 10,409 
     acres, as generally depicted on the Northwestern Washington 
     County Wilderness Map, which shall be known as the ``Cougar 
     Canyon Wilderness''.
       (G) Deep creek.--Certain Federal land managed by the Bureau 
     of Land Management, comprising approximately 3,284 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the Northeastern Washington County 
     Wilderness Map, which shall be known as the ``Deep Creek 
     Wilderness''.
       (H) Deep creek north.--Certain Federal land managed by the 
     Bureau of Land Management, comprising approximately 4,262 
     acres, as generally depicted on the Northeastern Washington 
     County Wilderness Map, which shall be known as the ``Deep 
     Creek North Wilderness''.
       (I) Doc's pass.--Certain Federal land managed by the Bureau 
     of Land Management, comprising approximately 17,294 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the Northwestern Washington County 
     Wilderness Map, which shall be known as the ``Doc's Pass 
     Wilderness''.
       (J) Goose creek.--Certain Federal land managed by the 
     Bureau of Land Management, comprising approximately 98 acres, 
     as generally depicted on the Northeastern Washington County 
     Wilderness Map, which shall be known as the ``Goose Creek 
     Wilderness''.
       (K) Laverkin creek.--Certain Federal land managed by the 
     Bureau of Land Management, comprising approximately 445 
     acres, as generally depicted on the Northeastern Washington 
     County Wilderness Map, which shall be known as the ``LaVerkin 
     Creek Wilderness''.
       (L) Red butte.--Certain Federal land managed by the Bureau 
     of Land Management, comprising approximately 1,537 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the Northeastern Washington County 
     Wilderness Map, which shall be known as the ``Red Butte 
     Wilderness''.
       (M) Red mountain.--Certain Federal land managed by the 
     Bureau of Land Management, comprising approximately 18,729 
     acres, as generally depicted on the Red Cliffs National 
     Conservation Area Map, which shall be known as the ``Red 
     Mountain Wilderness''.
       (N) Slaughter creek.--Certain Federal land managed by the 
     Bureau of Land Management, comprising approximately 3,901 
     acres, as generally depicted on the Northwestern Washington 
     County Wilderness Map, which shall be known as the 
     ``Slaughter Creek Wilderness''.
       (O) Taylor creek.--Certain Federal land managed by the 
     Bureau of Land Management, comprising approximately 32 acres, 
     as generally depicted on the Northeastern Washington County 
     Wilderness Map, which shall be known as the ``Taylor Creek 
     Wilderness''.
       (2) Maps and legal descriptions.--
       (A) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to the 
     Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate and 
     the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives a map and legal description of each 
     wilderness area designated by paragraph (1).
       (B) Force and effect.--Each map and legal description 
     submitted under subparagraph (A) shall have the same force 
     and effect as if included in this subtitle, except that the 
     Secretary may correct any clerical or typographical errors in 
     the map or legal description.
       (C) Availability.--Each map and legal description submitted 
     under subparagraph (A) shall be available in the appropriate 
     offices of--
       (i) the Bureau of Land Management; and
       (ii) the Forest Service.
       (b) Administration of Wilderness Areas.--
       (1) Management.--Subject to valid existing rights, each 
     area designated as wilderness by subsection (a)(1) shall be 
     administered by the Secretary in accordance with the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), except that--
       (A) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the effective 
     date of that Act shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     date of enactment of this Act; and
       (B) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the Secretary of 
     Agriculture shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     Secretary that has jurisdiction over the land.
       (2) Livestock.--The grazing of livestock in each area 
     designated as wilderness by subsection (a)(1), where 
     established before the date of enactment of this Act, shall 
     be permitted to continue--
       (A) subject to such reasonable regulations, policies, and 
     practices that the Secretary considers necessary; and
       (B) in accordance with--
       (i) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1133(d)(4)); and
       (ii) the guidelines set forth in Appendix A of the report 
     of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the House 
     of Representatives accompanying H.R. 2570 of the 101st 
     Congress (H.Rep. 101-405) and H.R. 5487 of the 96th Congress 
     (H. Rept. 96-617).
       (3) Wildfire, insect, and disease management.--In 
     accordance with section 4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)), the Secretary may take such measures in 
     each area designated as wilderness by subsection (a)(1) as 
     the Secretary determines to be necessary for the control of 
     fire, insects, and diseases (including, as the Secretary 
     determines to be appropriate, the coordination of those 
     activities with a State or local agency).
       (4) Buffer zones.--
       (A) In general.--Nothing in this section creates a 
     protective perimeter or buffer zone around any area 
     designated as wilderness by subsection (a)(1).
       (B) Activities outside wilderness.--The fact that an 
     activity or use on land outside any area designated as 
     wilderness by subsection (a)(1) can be seen or heard within 
     the wilderness shall not preclude the activity or use outside 
     the boundary of the wilderness.
       (5) Military overflights.--Nothing in this section 
     restricts or precludes--
       (A) low-level overflights of military aircraft over any 
     area designated as wilderness by subsection (a)(1), including 
     military overflights that can be seen or heard within any 
     wilderness area;
       (B) flight testing and evaluation; or
       (C) the designation or creation of new units of special use 
     airspace, or the establishment of military flight training 
     routes over any wilderness area.
       (6) Acquisition and incorporation of land and interests in 
     land.--
       (A) Acquisition authority.--In accordance with applicable 
     laws (including regulations), the Secretary may acquire any 
     land or interest in land within the boundaries of the 
     wilderness areas designated by subsection (a)(1) by purchase 
     from willing sellers, donation, or exchange.
       (B) Incorporation.--Any land or interest in land acquired 
     by the Secretary under subparagraph (A) shall be incorporated 
     into, and administered as a part of, the wilderness area in 
     which the land or interest in land is located.
       (7) Native american cultural and religious uses.--Nothing 
     in this section diminishes--
       (A) the rights of any Indian tribe; or
       (B) any tribal rights regarding access to Federal land for 
     tribal activities, including spiritual, cultural, and 
     traditional food-gathering activities.
       (8) Climatological data collection.--In accordance with the 
     Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) and subject to such 
     terms and conditions as the Secretary may prescribe, the 
     Secretary may authorize the installation and maintenance of 
     hydrologic, meteorologic, or climatological collection 
     devices in the wilderness areas designated by subsection 
     (a)(1) if the Secretary determines that the facilities and 
     access to the facilities are essential to flood warning, 
     flood control, or water reservoir operation activities.
       (9) Water rights.--
       (A) Statutory construction.--Nothing in this section--
       (i) shall constitute or be construed to constitute either 
     an express or implied reservation by the United States of any 
     water or water rights with respect to the land designated as 
     wilderness by subsection (a)(1);
       (ii) shall affect any water rights in the State existing on 
     the date of enactment of this Act, including any water rights 
     held by the United States;
       (iii) shall be construed as establishing a precedent with 
     regard to any future wilderness designations;
       (iv) shall affect the interpretation of, or any designation 
     made pursuant to, any other Act; or
       (v) shall be construed as limiting, altering, modifying, or 
     amending any of the interstate compacts or equitable 
     apportionment decrees that apportion water among and between 
     the State and other States.
       (B) State water law.--The Secretary shall follow the 
     procedural and substantive requirements of the law of the 
     State in order to obtain and hold any water rights not in 
     existence on the date of enactment of this Act with respect 
     to the wilderness areas designated by subsection (a)(1).
       (10) Fish and wildlife.--
       (A) Jurisdiction of state.--Nothing in this section affects 
     the jurisdiction of the State with respect to fish and 
     wildlife on public land located in the State.
       (B) Authority of secretary.--In furtherance of the purposes 
     and principles of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
     seq.), the Secretary may carry out management activities to 
     maintain or restore fish and wildlife populations (including 
     activities to maintain and restore fish and wildlife habitats 
     to support the populations) in any wilderness area designated 
     by subsection (a)(1) if the activities are--
       (i) consistent with applicable wilderness management plans; 
     and
       (ii) carried out in accordance with--

       (I) the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.); and
       (II) applicable guidelines and policies, including 
     applicable policies described in Appendix B of House Report 
     101-405.

       (11) Wildlife water development projects.--Subject to 
     paragraph (12), the Secretary may authorize structures and 
     facilities, including existing structures and facilities, for 
     wildlife water development projects, including guzzlers, in 
     the wilderness areas designated by subsection (a)(1) if--

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       (A) the structures and facilities will, as determined by 
     the Secretary, enhance wilderness values by promoting 
     healthy, viable, and more naturally distributed wildlife 
     populations; and
       (B) the visual impacts of the structures and facilities on 
     the wilderness areas can reasonably be minimized.
       (12) Cooperative agreement.--Not later than 1 year after 
     the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall enter 
     into a cooperative agreement with the State that specifies 
     the terms and conditions under which wildlife management 
     activities in the wilderness areas designated by subsection 
     (a)(1) may be carried out.
       (c) Release of Wilderness Study Areas.--
       (1) Finding.--Congress finds that, for the purposes of 
     section 603 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 
     1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782), the public land in the County 
     administered by the Bureau of Land Management has been 
     adequately studied for wilderness designation.
       (2) Release.--Any public land described in paragraph (1) 
     that is not designated as wilderness by subsection (a)(1)--
       (A) is no longer subject to section 603(c) of the Federal 
     Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)); 
     and
       (B) shall be managed in accordance with applicable law and 
     the land management plans adopted under section 202 of that 
     Act (43 U.S.C. 1712).
       (d) Transfer of Administrative Jurisdiction to National 
     Park Service.--Administrative jurisdiction over the land 
     identified as the Watchman Wilderness on the Northeastern 
     Washington County Wilderness Map is hereby transferred to the 
     National Park Service, to be included in, and administered as 
     part of Zion National Park.

     SEC. 1973. ZION NATIONAL PARK WILDERNESS.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Federal land.--The term ``Federal land'' means certain 
     Federal land--
       (A) that is--
       (i) located in the County and Iron County, Utah; and
       (ii) managed by the National Park Service;
       (B) consisting of approximately 124,406 acres; and
       (C) as generally depicted on the Zion National Park 
     Wilderness Map and the area added to the park under section 
     1972(d).
       (2) Wilderness area.--The term ``Wilderness Area'' means 
     the Zion Wilderness designated by subsection (b)(1).
       (3) Zion national park wilderness map.--The term ``Zion 
     National Park Wilderness Map'' means the map entitled ``Zion 
     National Park Wilderness'' and dated April 2008.
       (b) Zion National Park Wilderness.--
       (1) Designation.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     Federal land is designated as wilderness and as a component 
     of the National Wilderness Preservation System, to be known 
     as the ``Zion Wilderness''.
       (2) Incorporation of acquired land.--Any land located in 
     the Zion National Park that is acquired by the Secretary 
     through a voluntary sale, exchange, or donation may, on the 
     recommendation of the Secretary, become part of the 
     Wilderness Area, in accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1131 et seq.).
       (3) Map and legal description.--
       (A) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to the 
     Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate and 
     the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives a map and legal description of the Wilderness 
     Area.
       (B) Force and effect.--The map and legal description 
     submitted under subparagraph (A) shall have the same force 
     and effect as if included in this Act, except that the 
     Secretary may correct any clerical or typographical errors in 
     the map or legal description.
       (C) Availability.--The map and legal description submitted 
     under subparagraph (A) shall be available in the appropriate 
     offices of the National Park Service.

     SEC. 1974. RED CLIFFS NATIONAL CONSERVATION AREA.

       (a) Purposes.--The purposes of this section are--
       (1) to conserve, protect, and enhance for the benefit and 
     enjoyment of present and future generations the ecological, 
     scenic, wildlife, recreational, cultural, historical, 
     natural, educational, and scientific resources of the 
     National Conservation Area; and
       (2) to protect each species that is--
       (A) located in the National Conservation Area; and
       (B) listed as a threatened or endangered species on the 
     list of threatened species or the list of endangered species 
     published under section 4(c)(1) of the Endangered Species Act 
     of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1533(c)(1)).
       (b) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Habitat conservation plan.--The term ``habitat 
     conservation plan'' means the conservation plan entitled 
     ``Washington County Habitat Conservation Plan'' and dated 
     February 23, 1996.
       (2) Management plan.--The term ``management plan'' means 
     the management plan for the National Conservation Area 
     developed by the Secretary under subsection (d)(1).
       (3) National conservation area.--The term ``National 
     Conservation Area'' means the Red Cliffs National 
     Conservation Area that--
       (A) consists of approximately 44,725 acres of public land 
     in the County, as generally depicted on the Red Cliffs 
     National Conservation Area Map; and
       (B) is established by subsection (c).
       (4) Public use plan.--The term ``public use plan'' means 
     the use plan entitled ``Red Cliffs Desert Reserve Public Use 
     Plan'' and dated June 12, 2000, as amended.
       (5) Resource management plan.--The term ``resource 
     management plan'' means the management plan entitled ``St. 
     George Field Office Resource Management Plan'' and dated 
     March 15, 1999, as amended.
       (c) Establishment.--Subject to valid existing rights, there 
     is established in the State the Red Cliffs National 
     Conservation Area.
       (d) Management Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act and in accordance with paragraph (2), 
     the Secretary shall develop a comprehensive plan for the 
     long-term management of the National Conservation Area.
       (2) Consultation.--In developing the management plan 
     required under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall consult 
     with--
       (A) appropriate State, tribal, and local governmental 
     entities; and
       (B) members of the public.
       (3) Incorporation of plans.--In developing the management 
     plan required under paragraph (1), to the extent consistent 
     with this section, the Secretary may incorporate any 
     provision of--
       (A) the habitat conservation plan;
       (B) the resource management plan; and
       (C) the public use plan.
       (e) Management.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the National 
     Conservation Area--
       (A) in a manner that conserves, protects, and enhances the 
     resources of the National Conservation Area; and
       (B) in accordance with--
       (i) the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1701 et seq.);
       (ii) this section; and
       (iii) any other applicable law (including regulations).
       (2) Uses.--The Secretary shall only allow uses of the 
     National Conservation Area that the Secretary determines 
     would further a purpose described in subsection (a).
       (3) Motorized vehicles.--Except in cases in which motorized 
     vehicles are needed for administrative purposes, or to 
     respond to an emergency, the use of motorized vehicles in the 
     National Conservation Area shall be permitted only on roads 
     designated by the management plan for the use of motorized 
     vehicles.
       (4) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock in the National 
     Conservation Area, where established before the date of 
     enactment of this Act, shall be permitted to continue--
       (A) subject to--
       (i) such reasonable regulations, policies, and practices as 
     the Secretary considers necessary; and
       (ii) applicable law; and
       (B) in a manner consistent with the purposes described in 
     subsection (a).
       (5) Wildland fire operations.--Nothing in this section 
     prohibits the Secretary, in cooperation with other Federal, 
     State, and local agencies, as appropriate, from conducting 
     wildland fire operations in the National Conservation Area, 
     consistent with the purposes of this section.
       (f) Incorporation of Acquired Land and Interests.--Any land 
     or interest in land that is located in the National 
     Conservation Area that is acquired by the United States 
     shall--
       (1) become part of the National Conservation Area; and
       (2) be managed in accordance with--
       (A) the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1701 et seq.);
       (B) this section; and
       (C) any other applicable law (including regulations).
       (g) Withdrawal.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights, all 
     Federal land located in the National Conservation Area are 
     withdrawn from--
       (A) all forms of entry, appropriation, and disposal under 
     the public land laws;
       (B) location, entry, and patenting under the mining laws; 
     and
       (C) operation of the mineral leasing, mineral materials, 
     and geothermal leasing laws.
       (2) Additional land.--If the Secretary acquires additional 
     land that is located in the National Conservation Area after 
     the date of enactment of this Act, the land is withdrawn from 
     operation of the laws referred to in paragraph (1) on the 
     date of acquisition of the land.
       (h) Effect.--Nothing in this section prohibits the 
     authorization of the development of utilities within the 
     National Conservation Area if the development is carried out 
     in accordance with--
       (1) each utility development protocol described in the 
     habitat conservation plan; and
       (2) any other applicable law (including regulations).

     SEC. 1975. BEAVER DAM WASH NATIONAL CONSERVATION AREA.

       (a) Purpose.--The purpose of this section is to conserve, 
     protect, and enhance for the benefit and enjoyment of present 
     and future generations the ecological, scenic, wildlife, 
     recreational, cultural, historical, natural, educational, and 
     scientific resources of the Beaver Dam Wash National 
     Conservation Area.
       (b) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Management plan.--The term ``management plan'' means 
     the management plan for the National Conservation Area 
     developed by the Secretary under subsection (d)(1).
       (2) National conservation area.--The term ``National 
     Conservation Area'' means the Beaver Dam Wash National 
     Conservation Area that--
       (A) consists of approximately 68,083 acres of public land 
     in the County, as generally depicted on the Beaver Dam Wash 
     National Conservation Area Map; and
       (B) is established by subsection (c).
       (c) Establishment.--Subject to valid existing rights, there 
     is established in the State the Beaver Dam Wash National 
     Conservation Area.
       (d) Management Plan.--

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       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act and in accordance with paragraph (2), 
     the Secretary shall develop a comprehensive plan for the 
     long-term management of the National Conservation Area.
       (2) Consultation.--In developing the management plan 
     required under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall consult 
     with--
       (A) appropriate State, tribal, and local governmental 
     entities; and
       (B) members of the public.
       (3) Motorized vehicles.--In developing the management plan 
     required under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall incorporate 
     the restrictions on motorized vehicles described in 
     subsection (e)(3).
       (e) Management.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the National 
     Conservation Area--
       (A) in a manner that conserves, protects, and enhances the 
     resources of the National Conservation Area; and
       (B) in accordance with--
       (i) the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1701 et seq.);
       (ii) this section; and
       (iii) any other applicable law (including regulations).
       (2) Uses.--The Secretary shall only allow uses of the 
     National Conservation Area that the Secretary determines 
     would further the purpose described in subsection (a).
       (3) Motorized vehicles.--
       (A) In general.--Except in cases in which motorized 
     vehicles are needed for administrative purposes, or to 
     respond to an emergency, the use of motorized vehicles in the 
     National Conservation Area shall be permitted only on roads 
     designated by the management plan for the use of motorized 
     vehicles.
       (B) Additional requirement relating to certain areas 
     located in the national conservation area.--In addition to 
     the requirement described in subparagraph (A), with respect 
     to the areas designated on the Beaver Dam Wash National 
     Conservation Area Map as ``Designated Road Areas'', motorized 
     vehicles shall be permitted only on the roads identified on 
     such map.
       (4) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock in the National 
     Conservation Area, where established before the date of 
     enactment of this Act, shall be permitted to continue--
       (A) subject to--
       (i) such reasonable regulations, policies, and practices as 
     the Secretary considers necessary; and
       (ii) applicable law (including regulations); and
       (B) in a manner consistent with the purpose described in 
     subsection (a).
       (5) Wildland fire operations.--Nothing in this section 
     prohibits the Secretary, in cooperation with other Federal, 
     State, and local agencies, as appropriate, from conducting 
     wildland fire operations in the National Conservation Area, 
     consistent with the purposes of this section.
       (f) Incorporation of Acquired Land and Interests.--Any land 
     or interest in land that is located in the National 
     Conservation Area that is acquired by the United States 
     shall--
       (1) become part of the National Conservation Area; and
       (2) be managed in accordance with--
       (A) the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1701 et seq.);
       (B) this section; and
       (C) any other applicable law (including regulations).
       (g) Withdrawal.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights, all 
     Federal land located in the National Conservation Area is 
     withdrawn from--
       (A) all forms of entry, appropriation, and disposal under 
     the public land laws;
       (B) location, entry, and patenting under the mining laws; 
     and
       (C) operation of the mineral leasing, mineral materials, 
     and geothermal leasing laws.
       (2) Additional land.--If the Secretary acquires additional 
     land that is located in the National Conservation Area after 
     the date of enactment of this Act, the land is withdrawn from 
     operation of the laws referred to in paragraph (1) on the 
     date of acquisition of the land.

     SEC. 1976. ZION NATIONAL PARK WILD AND SCENIC RIVER 
                   DESIGNATION.

       (a) Designation.--Section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic 
     Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) (as amended by section 1852) 
     is amended by adding at the end the following:
       ``(204) Zion national park, utah.--The approximately 165.5 
     miles of segments of the Virgin River and tributaries of the 
     Virgin River across Federal land within and adjacent to Zion 
     National Park, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
     `Wild and Scenic River Segments Zion National Park and Bureau 
     of Land Management' and dated April 2008, to be administered 
     by the Secretary of the Interior in the following 
     classifications:
       ``(A) Taylor creek.--The 4.5-mile segment from the junction 
     of the north, middle, and south forks of Taylor Creek, west 
     to the park boundary and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a 
     scenic river.
       ``(B) North fork of taylor creek.--The segment from the 
     head of North Fork to the junction with Taylor Creek and 
     adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(C) Middle fork of taylor creek.--The segment from the 
     head of Middle Fork on Bureau of Land Management land to the 
     junction with Taylor Creek and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a 
     wild river.
       ``(D) South fork of taylor creek.--The segment from the 
     head of South Fork to the junction with Taylor Creek and 
     adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(E) Timber creek and tributaries.--The 3.1-mile segment 
     from the head of Timber Creek and tributaries of Timber Creek 
     to the junction with LaVerkin Creek and adjacent land rim-to-
     rim, as a wild river.
       ``(F) Laverkin creek.--The 16.1-mile segment beginning in 
     T. 38 S., R. 11 W., sec. 21, on Bureau of Land Management 
     land, southwest through Zion National Park, and ending at the 
     south end of T. 40 S., R. 12 W., sec. 7, and adjacent land 
     \1/2\-mile wide, as a wild river.
       ``(G) Willis creek.--The 1.9-mile segment beginning on 
     Bureau of Land Management land in the SWSW sec. 27, T. 38 S., 
     R. 11 W., to the junction with LaVerkin Creek in Zion 
     National Park and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(H) Beartrap canyon.--The 2.3-mile segment beginning on 
     Bureau of Management land in the SWNW sec. 3, T. 39 S., R. 11 
     W., to the junction with LaVerkin Creek and the segment from 
     the headwaters north of Long Point to the junction with 
     LaVerkin Creek and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(I) Hop valley creek.--The 3.3-mile segment beginning at 
     the southern boundary of T. 39 S., R. 11 W., sec. 20, to the 
     junction with LaVerkin Creek and adjacent land \1/2\-mile 
     wide, as a wild river.
       ``(J) Current creek.--The 1.4-mile segment from the head of 
     Current Creek to the junction with LaVerkin Creek and 
     adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(K) Cane creek.--The 0.6-mile segment from the head of 
     Smith Creek to the junction with LaVerkin Creek and adjacent 
     land \1/2\-mile wide, as a wild river.
       ``(L) Smith creek.--The 1.3-mile segment from the head of 
     Smith Creek to the junction with LaVerkin Creek and adjacent 
     land \1/2\-mile wide, as a wild river.
       ``(M) North creek left and right forks.--The segment of the 
     Left Fork from the junction with Wildcat Canyon to the 
     junction with Right Fork, from the head of Right Fork to the 
     junction with Left Fork, and from the junction of the Left 
     and Right Forks southwest to Zion National Park boundary and 
     adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(N) Wildcat canyon (blue creek).--The segment of Blue 
     Creek from the Zion National Park boundary to the junction 
     with the Right Fork of North Creek and adjacent land rim-to-
     rim, as a wild river.
       ``(O) Little creek.--The segment beginning at the head of 
     Little Creek to the junction with the Left Fork of North 
     Creek and adjacent land \1/2\-mile wide, as a wild river.
       ``(P) Russell gulch.--The segment from the head of Russell 
     Gulch to the junction with the Left Fork of North Creek and 
     adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(Q) Grapevine wash.--The 2.6-mile segment from the Lower 
     Kolob Plateau to the junction with the Left Fork of North 
     Creek and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a scenic river.
       ``(R) Pine spring wash.--The 4.6-mile segment to the 
     junction with the left fork of North Creek and adjacent land 
     \1/2\-mile, as a scenic river.
       ``(S) Wolf springs wash.--The 1.4-mile segment from the 
     head of Wolf Springs Wash to the junction with Pine Spring 
     Wash and adjacent land \1/2\-mile wide, as a scenic river.
       ``(T) Kolob creek.--The 5.9-mile segment of Kolob Creek 
     beginning in T. 39 S., R. 10 W., sec. 30, through Bureau of 
     Land Management land and Zion National Park land to the 
     junction with the North Fork of the Virgin River and adjacent 
     land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(U) Oak creek.--The 1-mile stretch of Oak Creek beginning 
     in T. 39 S., R. 10 W., sec. 19, to the junction with Kolob 
     Creek and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(V) Goose creek.--The 4.6-mile segment of Goose Creek 
     from the head of Goose Creek to the junction with the North 
     Fork of the Virgin River and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a 
     wild river.
       ``(W) Deep creek.--The 5.3-mile segment of Deep Creek 
     beginning on Bureau of Land Management land at the northern 
     boundary of T. 39 S., R. 10 W., sec. 23, south to the 
     junction of the North Fork of the Virgin River and adjacent 
     land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(X) North fork of the virgin river.--The 10.8-mile 
     segment of the North Fork of the Virgin River beginning on 
     Bureau of Land Management land at the eastern border of T. 39 
     S., R. 10 W., sec. 35, to Temple of Sinawava and adjacent 
     land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(Y) North fork of the virgin river.--The 8-mile segment 
     of the North Fork of the Virgin River from Temple of Sinawava 
     south to the Zion National Park boundary and adjacent land 
     \1/2\-mile wide, as a recreational river.
       ``(Z) Imlay canyon.--The segment from the head of Imlay 
     Creek to the junction with the North Fork of the Virgin River 
     and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(AA) Orderville canyon.--The segment from the eastern 
     boundary of Zion National Park to the junction with the North 
     Fork of the Virgin River and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a 
     wild river.
       ``(BB) Mystery canyon.--The segment from the head of 
     Mystery Canyon to the junction with the North Fork of the 
     Virgin River and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(CC) Echo canyon.--The segment from the eastern boundary 
     of Zion National Park to the junction with the North Fork of 
     the Virgin River and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild 
     river.
       ``(DD) Behunin canyon.--The segment from the head of 
     Behunin Canyon to the junction with the North Fork of the 
     Virgin River and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(EE) Heaps canyon.--The segment from the head of Heaps 
     Canyon to the junction with the North Fork of the Virgin 
     River and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(FF) Birch creek.--The segment from the head of Birch 
     Creek to the junction with the North Fork of the Virgin River 
     and adjacent land \1/2\-mile wide, as a wild river.

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       ``(GG) Oak creek.--The segment of Oak Creek from the head 
     of Oak Creek to where the forks join and adjacent land \1/2\-
     mile wide, as a wild river.
       ``(HH) Oak creek.--The 1-mile segment of Oak Creek from the 
     point at which the 2 forks of Oak Creek join to the junction 
     with the North Fork of the Virgin River and adjacent land \1/
     2\-mile wide, as a recreational river.
       ``(II) Clear creek.--The 6.4-mile segment of Clear Creek 
     from the eastern boundary of Zion National Park to the 
     junction with Pine Creek and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a 
     recreational river.
       ``(JJ) Pine creek.--The 2-mile segment of Pine Creek from 
     the head of Pine Creek to the junction with Clear Creek and 
     adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a wild river.
       ``(KK) Pine creek.--The 3-mile segment of Pine Creek from 
     the junction with Clear Creek to the junction with the North 
     Fork of the Virgin River and adjacent land rim-to-rim, as a 
     recreational river.
       ``(LL) East fork of the virgin river.--The 8-mile segment 
     of the East Fork of the Virgin River from the eastern 
     boundary of Zion National Park through Parunuweap Canyon to 
     the western boundary of Zion National Park and adjacent land 
     \1/2\-mile wide, as a wild river.
       ``(MM) Shunes creek.--The 3-mile segment of Shunes Creek 
     from the dry waterfall on land administered by the Bureau of 
     Land Management through Zion National Park to the western 
     boundary of Zion National Park and adjacent land \1/2\-mile 
     wide as a wild river.''.
       (b) Incorporation of Acquired Non-Federal Land.--If the 
     United States acquires any non-Federal land within or 
     adjacent to Zion National Park that includes a river segment 
     that is contiguous to a river segment of the Virgin River 
     designated as a wild, scenic, or recreational river by 
     paragraph (204) of section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) (as added by subsection (a)), the 
     acquired river segment shall be incorporated in, and be 
     administered as part of, the applicable wild, scenic, or 
     recreational river.
       (c) Savings Clause.--The amendment made by subsection (a) 
     does not affect the agreement among the United States, the 
     State, the Washington County Water Conservancy District, and 
     the Kane County Water Conservancy District entitled ``Zion 
     National Park Water Rights Settlement Agreement'' and dated 
     December 4, 1996.

     SEC. 1977. WASHINGTON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE TRAVEL AND 
                   TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT PLAN.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (2) Secretary concerned.--The term ``Secretary concerned'' 
     means--
       (A) with respect to land managed by the Bureau of Land 
     Management, the Secretary; and
       (B) with respect to land managed by the Forest Service, the 
     Secretary of Agriculture.
       (3) Trail.--The term ``trail'' means the High Desert Off-
     Highway Vehicle Trail designated under subsection (c)(1)(A).
       (4) Travel management plan.--The term ``travel management 
     plan'' means the comprehensive travel and transportation 
     management plan developed under subsection (b)(1).
       (b) Comprehensive Travel and Transportation Management 
     Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, in accordance with the Federal Land 
     Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) 
     and other applicable laws (including regulations), the 
     Secretary, in consultation with appropriate Federal agencies 
     and State, tribal, and local governmental entities, and after 
     an opportunity for public comment, shall develop a 
     comprehensive travel management plan for the land managed by 
     the Bureau of Land Management in the County--
       (A) to provide to the public a clearly marked network of 
     roads and trails with signs and maps to promote--
       (i) public safety and awareness; and
       (ii) enhanced recreation and general access opportunities;
       (B) to help reduce in the County growing conflicts arising 
     from interactions between--
       (i) motorized recreation; and
       (ii) the important resource values of public land;
       (C) to promote citizen-based opportunities for--
       (i) the monitoring and stewardship of the trail; and
       (ii) trail system management; and
       (D) to support law enforcement officials in promoting--
       (i) compliance with off-highway vehicle laws (including 
     regulations); and
       (ii) effective deterrents of abuses of public land.
       (2) Scope; contents.--In developing the travel management 
     plan, the Secretary shall--
       (A) in consultation with appropriate Federal agencies, 
     State, tribal, and local governmental entities (including the 
     County and St. George City, Utah), and the public, identify 1 
     or more alternatives for a northern transportation route in 
     the County;
       (B) ensure that the travel management plan contains a map 
     that depicts the trail; and
       (C) designate a system of areas, roads, and trails for 
     mechanical and motorized use.
       (c) Designation of Trail.--
       (1) Designation.--
       (A) In general.--As a component of the travel management 
     plan, and in accordance with subparagraph (B), the Secretary, 
     in coordination with the Secretary of Agriculture, and after 
     an opportunity for public comment, shall designate a trail 
     (which may include a system of trails)--
       (i) for use by off-highway vehicles; and
       (ii) to be known as the ``High Desert Off-Highway Vehicle 
     Trail''.
       (B) Requirements.--In designating the trail, the Secretary 
     shall only include trails that are--
       (i) as of the date of enactment of this Act, authorized for 
     use by off-highway vehicles; and
       (ii) located on land that is managed by the Bureau of Land 
     Management in the County.
       (C) National forest land.--The Secretary of Agriculture, in 
     coordination with the Secretary and in accordance with 
     applicable law, may designate a portion of the trail on 
     National Forest System land within the County.
       (D) Map.--A map that depicts the trail shall be on file and 
     available for public inspection in the appropriate offices 
     of--
       (i) the Bureau of Land Management; and
       (ii) the Forest Service.
       (2) Management.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary concerned shall manage the 
     trail--
       (i) in accordance with applicable laws (including 
     regulations);
       (ii) to ensure the safety of citizens who use the trail; 
     and
       (iii) in a manner by which to minimize any damage to 
     sensitive habitat or cultural resources.
       (B) Monitoring; evaluation.--To minimize the impacts of the 
     use of the trail on environmental and cultural resources, the 
     Secretary concerned shall--
       (i) annually assess the effects of the use of off-highway 
     vehicles on--

       (I) the trail; and
       (II) land located in proximity to the trail; and

       (ii) in consultation with the Utah Department of Natural 
     Resources, annually assess the effects of the use of the 
     trail on wildlife and wildlife habitat.
       (C) Closure.--The Secretary concerned, in consultation with 
     the State and the County, and subject to subparagraph (D), 
     may temporarily close or permanently reroute a portion of the 
     trail if the Secretary concerned determines that--
       (i) the trail is having an adverse impact on--

       (I) wildlife habitats;
       (II) natural resources;
       (III) cultural resources; or
       (IV) traditional uses;

       (ii) the trail threatens public safety; or
       (iii) closure of the trail is necessary--

       (I) to repair damage to the trail; or
       (II) to repair resource damage.

       (D) Rerouting.--Any portion of the trail that is 
     temporarily closed by the Secretary concerned under 
     subparagraph (C) may be permanently rerouted along any road 
     or trail--
       (i) that is--

       (I) in existence as of the date of the closure of the 
     portion of the trail;
       (II) located on public land; and
       (III) open to motorized use; and

       (ii) if the Secretary concerned determines that rerouting 
     the portion of the trail would not significantly increase or 
     decrease the length of the trail.
       (E) Notice of available routes.--The Secretary, in 
     coordination with the Secretary of Agriculture, shall ensure 
     that visitors to the trail have access to adequate notice 
     relating to the availability of trail routes through--
       (i) the placement of appropriate signage along the trail; 
     and
       (ii) the distribution of maps, safety education materials, 
     and other information that the Secretary concerned determines 
     to be appropriate.
       (3) Effect.--Nothing in this section affects the ownership, 
     management, or other rights relating to any non-Federal land 
     (including any interest in any non-Federal land).

     SEC. 1978. LAND DISPOSAL AND ACQUISITION.

       (a) In General.--Consistent with applicable law, the 
     Secretary of the Interior may sell public land located within 
     Washington County, Utah, that, as of July 25, 2000, has been 
     identified for disposal in appropriate resource management 
     plans.
       (b) Use of Proceeds.--
       (1) In general.--Notwithstanding any other provision of law 
     (other than a law that specifically provides for a portion of 
     the proceeds of a land sale to be distributed to any trust 
     fund of the State), proceeds from the sale of public land 
     under subsection (a) shall be deposited in a separate account 
     in the Treasury to be known as the ``Washington County, Utah 
     Land Acquisition Account''.
       (2) Availability.--
       (A) In general.--Amounts in the account shall be available 
     to the Secretary, without further appropriation, to purchase 
     from willing sellers lands or interests in land within the 
     wilderness areas and National Conservation Areas established 
     by this subtitle.
       (B) Applicability.--Any purchase of land or interest in 
     land under subparagraph (A) shall be in accordance with 
     applicable law.

     SEC. 1979. MANAGEMENT OF PRIORITY BIOLOGICAL AREAS.

       (a) In General.--In accordance with applicable Federal laws 
     (including regulations), the Secretary of the Interior 
     shall--
       (1) identify areas located in the County where biological 
     conservation is a priority; and
       (2) undertake activities to conserve and restore plant and 
     animal species and natural communities within such areas.
       (b) Grants; Cooperative Agreements.--In carrying out 
     subsection (a), the Secretary of the Interior may make grants 
     to, or enter into cooperative agreements with, State, tribal, 
     and local governmental entities and private entities to 
     conduct research, develop scientific analyses, and carry out 
     any other initiative relating to the restoration or 
     conservation of the areas.

     SEC. 1980. PUBLIC PURPOSE CONVEYANCES.

       (a) In General.--Notwithstanding the land use planning 
     requirements of sections 202 and 203 of the Federal Land 
     Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1712, 1713), 
     upon the request of the appropriate local governmental 
     entity, as described below, the Secretary shall

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     convey the following parcels of public land without 
     consideration, subject to the provisions of this section:
       (1) Temple quarry.--The approximately 122-acre parcel known 
     as ``Temple Quarry'' as generally depicted on the Washington 
     County Growth and Conservation Act Map as ``Parcel B'', to 
     the City of St. George, Utah, for open space and public 
     recreation purposes.
       (2) Hurricane city sports park.--The approximately 41-acre 
     parcel as generally depicted on the Washington County Growth 
     and Conservation Act Map as ``Parcel C'', to the City of 
     Hurricane, Utah, for public recreation purposes and public 
     administrative offices.
       (3) Washington county school district.--The approximately 
     70-acre parcel as generally depicted on the Washington County 
     Growth and Conservation Act Map as ``Parcel D'', to the 
     Washington County Public School District for use for public 
     school and related educational and administrative purposes.
       (4) Washington county jail.--The approximately 80-acre 
     parcel as generally depicted on the Washington County Growth 
     and Conservation Act Map as ``Parcel E'', to Washington 
     County, Utah, for expansion of the Purgatory Correctional 
     Facility.
       (5) Hurricane equestrian park.--The approximately 40-acre 
     parcel as generally depicted on the Washington County Growth 
     and Conservation Act Map as ``Parcel F'', to the City of 
     Hurricane, Utah, for use as a public equestrian park.
       (b) Map and Legal Descriptions.--As soon as practicable 
     after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall 
     finalize legal descriptions of the parcels to be conveyed 
     under this section. The Secretary may correct any minor 
     errors in the map referenced in subsection (a) or in the 
     applicable legal descriptions. The map and legal descriptions 
     shall be on file and available for public inspection in the 
     appropriate offices of the Bureau of Land Management.
       (c) Reversion.--
       (1) In general.--If any parcel conveyed under this section 
     ceases to be used for the public purpose for which the parcel 
     was conveyed, as described in subsection (a), the land shall, 
     at the discretion of the Secretary based on his determination 
     of the best interests of the United States, revert to the 
     United States.
       (2) Responsibility of local governmental entity.--If the 
     Secretary determines pursuant to paragraph (1) that the land 
     should revert to the United States, and if the Secretary 
     determines that the land is contaminated with hazardous 
     waste, the local governmental entity to which the land was 
     conveyed shall be responsible for remediation of the 
     contamination.

     SEC. 1981. CONVEYANCE OF DIXIE NATIONAL FOREST LAND.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Covered federal land.--The term ``covered Federal 
     land'' means the approximately 66.07 acres of land in the 
     Dixie National Forest in the State, as depicted on the map.
       (2) Landowner.--The term ``landowner'' means Kirk R. 
     Harrison, who owns land in Pinto Valley, Utah.
       (3) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled 
     ``Conveyance of Dixie National Forest Land'' and dated 
     December 18, 2008.
       (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of Agriculture.
       (b) Conveyance.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary may convey to the landowner 
     all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to 
     any of the covered Federal land (including any improvements 
     or appurtenances to the covered Federal land) by sale or 
     exchange.
       (2) Legal description.--The exact acreage and legal 
     description of the covered Federal land to be conveyed under 
     paragraph (1) shall be determined by surveys satisfactory to 
     the Secretary.
       (3) Consideration.--
       (A) In general.--As consideration for any conveyance by 
     sale under paragraph (1), the landowner shall pay to the 
     Secretary an amount equal to the fair market value of any 
     Federal land conveyed, as determined under subparagraph (B).
       (B) Appraisal.--The fair market value of any Federal land 
     that is conveyed under paragraph (1) shall be determined by 
     an appraisal acceptable to the Secretary that is performed in 
     accordance with--
       (i) the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land 
     Acquisitions;
       (ii) the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal 
     Practice; and
       (iii) any other applicable law (including regulations).
       (4) Disposition and use of proceeds.--
       (A) Disposition of proceeds.--The Secretary shall deposit 
     the proceeds of any sale of land under paragraph (1) in the 
     fund established under Public Law 90-171 (commonly known as 
     the ``Sisk Act'') (16 U.S.C. 484a).
       (B) Use of proceeds.--Amounts deposited under subparagraph 
     (A) shall be available to the Secretary, without further 
     appropriation and until expended, for the acquisition of real 
     property or interests in real property for inclusion in the 
     Dixie National Forest in the State.
       (5) Additional terms and conditions.--The Secretary may 
     require any additional terms and conditions for any 
     conveyance under paragraph (1) that the Secretary determines 
     to be appropriate to protect the interests of the United 
     States.

     SEC. 1982. TRANSFER OF LAND INTO TRUST FOR SHIVWITS BAND OF 
                   PAIUTE INDIANS.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Parcel a.--The term ``Parcel A'' means the parcel that 
     consists of approximately 640 acres of land that is--
       (A) managed by the Bureau of Land Management;
       (B) located in Washington County, Utah; and
       (C) depicted on the map entitled ``Washington County Growth 
     and Conservation Act Map''.
       (2) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (3) Tribe.--The term ``Tribe'' means the Shivwits Band of 
     Paiute Indians of the State of Utah.
       (b) Parcel To Be Held in Trust.--
       (1) In general.--At the request of the Tribe, the Secretary 
     shall take into trust for the benefit of the Tribe all right, 
     title, and interest of the United States in and to Parcel A.
       (2) Survey; legal description.--
       (A) Survey.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary, acting through the 
     Director of the Bureau of Land Management, shall complete a 
     survey of Parcel A to establish the boundary of Parcel A.
       (B) Legal description of parcel a.--
       (i) In general.--Upon the completion of the survey under 
     subparagraph (A), the Secretary shall publish in the Federal 
     Register a legal description of--

       (I) the boundary line of Parcel A; and
       (II) Parcel A.

       (ii) Technical corrections.--Before the date of publication 
     of the legal descriptions under clause (i), the Secretary may 
     make minor corrections to correct technical and clerical 
     errors in the legal descriptions.
       (iii) Effect.--Effective beginning on the date of 
     publication of the legal descriptions under clause (i), the 
     legal descriptions shall be considered to be the official 
     legal descriptions of Parcel A.
       (3) Effect.--Nothing in this section--
       (A) affects any valid right in existence on the date of 
     enactment of this Act;
       (B) enlarges, impairs, or otherwise affects any right or 
     claim of the Tribe to any land or interest in land other than 
     to Parcel A that is--
       (i) based on an aboriginal or Indian title; and
       (ii) in existence as of the date of enactment of this Act; 
     or
       (C) constitutes an express or implied reservation of water 
     or a water right with respect to Parcel A.
       (4) Land to be made a part of the reservation.--Land taken 
     into trust pursuant to this section shall be considered to be 
     part of the reservation of the Tribe.

     SEC. 1983. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

       There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as are 
     necessary to carry out this subtitle.

           TITLE II--BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT AUTHORIZATIONS

           Subtitle A--National Landscape Conservation System

     SEC. 2001. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (2) System.--The term ``system'' means the National 
     Landscape Conservation System established by section 2002(a).

     SEC. 2002. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NATIONAL LANDSCAPE 
                   CONSERVATION SYSTEM.

       (a) Establishment.--In order to conserve, protect, and 
     restore nationally significant landscapes that have 
     outstanding cultural, ecological, and scientific values for 
     the benefit of current and future generations, there is 
     established in the Bureau of Land Management the National 
     Landscape Conservation System.
       (b) Components.--The system shall include each of the 
     following areas administered by the Bureau of Land 
     Management:
       (1) Each area that is designated as--
       (A) a national monument;
       (B) a national conservation area;
       (C) a wilderness study area;
       (D) a national scenic trail or national historic trail 
     designated as a component of the National Trails System;
       (E) a component of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers 
     System; or
       (F) a component of the National Wilderness Preservation 
     System.
       (2) Any area designated by Congress to be administered for 
     conservation purposes, including--
       (A) the Steens Mountain Cooperative Management and 
     Protection Area;
       (B) the Headwaters Forest Reserve;
       (C) the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area;
       (D) public land within the California Desert Conservation 
     Area administered by the Bureau of Land Management for 
     conservation purposes; and
       (E) any additional area designated by Congress for 
     inclusion in the system.
       (c) Management.--The Secretary shall manage the system--
       (1) in accordance with any applicable law (including 
     regulations) relating to any component of the system included 
     under subsection (b); and
       (2) in a manner that protects the values for which the 
     components of the system were designated.
       (d) Effect.--
       (1) In general.--Nothing in this subtitle enhances, 
     diminishes, or modifies any law or proclamation (including 
     regulations relating to the law or proclamation) under which 
     the components of the system described in subsection (b) were 
     established or are managed, including--
       (A) the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (16 
     U.S.C. 3101 et seq.);
       (B) the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.);
       (C) the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1271 et 
     seq.);
       (D) the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 1241 et 
     seq.); and
       (E) the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1701 et seq.).
       (2) Fish and wildlife.--Nothing in this subtitle shall be 
     construed as affecting the authority, jurisdiction, or 
     responsibility of the several States to manage, control, or 
     regulate fish and

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     resident wildlife under State law or regulations, including 
     the regulation of hunting, fishing, trapping and recreational 
     shooting on public land managed by the Bureau of Land 
     Management. Nothing in this subtitle shall be construed as 
     limiting access for hunting, fishing, trapping, or 
     recreational shooting.

     SEC. 2003. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

       There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as are 
     necessary to carry out this subtitle.

          Subtitle B--Prehistoric Trackways National Monument

     SEC. 2101. FINDINGS.

       Congress finds that--
       (1) in 1987, a major deposit of Paleozoic Era fossilized 
     footprint megatrackways was discovered in the Robledo 
     Mountains in southern New Mexico;
       (2) the trackways contain footprints of numerous 
     amphibians, reptiles, and insects (including previously 
     unknown species), plants, and petrified wood dating back 
     approximately 280,000,000 years, which collectively provide 
     new opportunities to understand animal behaviors and 
     environments from a time predating the dinosaurs;
       (3) title III of Public Law 101-578 (104 Stat. 2860)--
       (A) provided interim protection for the site at which the 
     trackways were discovered; and
       (B) directed the Secretary of the Interior to--
       (i) prepare a study assessing the significance of the site; 
     and
       (ii) based on the study, provide recommendations for 
     protection of the paleontological resources at the site;
       (4) the Bureau of Land Management completed the Paleozoic 
     Trackways Scientific Study Report in 1994, which 
     characterized the site as containing ``the most 
     scientifically significant Early Permian tracksites'' in the 
     world;
       (5) despite the conclusion of the study and the 
     recommendations for protection, the site remains unprotected 
     and many irreplaceable trackways specimens have been lost to 
     vandalism or theft; and
       (6) designation of the trackways site as a National 
     Monument would protect the unique fossil resources for 
     present and future generations while allowing for public 
     education and continued scientific research opportunities.

     SEC. 2102. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Monument.--The term ``Monument'' means the Prehistoric 
     Trackways National Monument established by section 2103(a).
       (2) Public land.--The term ``public land'' has the meaning 
     given the term ``public lands'' in section 103 of the Federal 
     Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1702).
       (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.

     SEC. 2103. ESTABLISHMENT.

       (a) In General.--In order to conserve, protect, and enhance 
     the unique and nationally important paleontological, 
     scientific, educational, scenic, and recreational resources 
     and values of the public land described in subsection (b), 
     there is established the Prehistoric Trackways National 
     Monument in the State of New Mexico.
       (b) Description of Land.--The Monument shall consist of 
     approximately 5,280 acres of public land in Dona Ana County, 
     New Mexico, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
     ``Prehistoric Trackways National Monument'' and dated 
     December 17, 2008.
       (c) Map; Legal Description.--
       (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall prepare and submit 
     to Congress an official map and legal description of the 
     Monument.
       (2) Corrections.--The map and legal description submitted 
     under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct any clerical or typographical errors in the legal 
     description and the map.
       (3) Conflict between map and legal description.--In the 
     case of a conflict between the map and the legal description, 
     the map shall control.
       (4) Availability of map and legal description.--Copies of 
     the map and legal description shall be on file and available 
     for public inspection in the appropriate offices of the 
     Bureau of Land Management.
       (d) Minor Boundary Adjustments.--If additional 
     paleontological resources are discovered on public land 
     adjacent to the Monument after the date of enactment of this 
     Act, the Secretary may make minor boundary adjustments to the 
     Monument to include the resources in the Monument.

     SEC. 2104. ADMINISTRATION.

       (a) Management.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the Monument--
       (A) in a manner that conserves, protects, and enhances the 
     resources and values of the Monument, including the resources 
     and values described in section 2103(a); and
       (B) in accordance with--
       (i) this subtitle;
       (ii) the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1701 et seq.); and
       (iii) other applicable laws.
       (2) National landscape conservation system.--The Monument 
     shall be managed as a component of the National Landscape 
     Conservation System.
       (b) Management Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall develop a 
     comprehensive management plan for the long-term protection 
     and management of the Monument.
       (2) Components.--The management plan under paragraph (1)--
       (A) shall--
       (i) describe the appropriate uses and management of the 
     Monument, consistent with the provisions of this subtitle; 
     and
       (ii) allow for continued scientific research at the 
     Monument during the development of the management plan; and
       (B) may--
       (i) incorporate any appropriate decisions contained in any 
     current management or activity plan for the land described in 
     section 2103(b); and
       (ii) use information developed in studies of any land 
     within or adjacent to the Monument that were conducted before 
     the date of enactment of this Act.
       (c) Authorized Uses.--The Secretary shall only allow uses 
     of the Monument that the Secretary determines would further 
     the purposes for which the Monument has been established.
       (d) Interpretation, Education, and Scientific Research.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall provide for public 
     interpretation of, and education and scientific research on, 
     the paleontological resources of the Monument, with priority 
     given to exhibiting and curating the resources in Dona Ana 
     County, New Mexico.
       (2) Cooperative agreements.--The Secretary may enter into 
     cooperative agreements with appropriate public entities to 
     carry out paragraph (1).
       (e) Special Management Areas.--
       (1) In general.--The establishment of the Monument shall 
     not change the management status of any area within the 
     boundary of the Monument that is--
       (A) designated as a wilderness study area and managed in 
     accordance with section 603(c) of the Federal Land Policy and 
     Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)); or
       (B) managed as an area of critical environment concern.
       (2) Conflict of laws.--If there is a conflict between the 
     laws applicable to the areas described in paragraph (1) and 
     this subtitle, the more restrictive provision shall control.
       (f) Motorized Vehicles.--
       (1) In general.--Except as needed for administrative 
     purposes or to respond to an emergency, the use of motorized 
     vehicles in the Monument shall be allowed only on roads and 
     trails designated for use by motorized vehicles under the 
     management plan prepared under subsection (b).
       (2) Permitted events.--The Secretary may issue permits for 
     special recreation events involving motorized vehicles within 
     the boundaries of the Monument--
       (A) to the extent the events do not harm paleontological 
     resources; and
       (B) subject to any terms and conditions that the Secretary 
     determines to be necessary.
       (g) Withdrawals.--Subject to valid existing rights, any 
     Federal land within the Monument and any land or interest in 
     land that is acquired by the United States for inclusion in 
     the Monument after the date of enactment of this Act are 
     withdrawn from--
       (1) entry, appropriation, or disposal under the public land 
     laws;
       (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (3) operation of the mineral leasing laws, geothermal 
     leasing laws, and minerals materials laws.
       (h) Grazing.--The Secretary may allow grazing to continue 
     in any area of the Monument in which grazing is allowed 
     before the date of enactment of this Act, subject to 
     applicable laws (including regulations).
       (i) Water Rights.--Nothing in this subtitle constitutes an 
     express or implied reservation by the United States of any 
     water or water rights with respect to the Monument.

     SEC. 2105. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

       There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as are 
     necessary to carry out this subtitle.

  Subtitle C--Fort Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area

     SEC. 2201. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Conservation area.--The term ``Conservation Area'' 
     means the Fort Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation 
     Area established by section 2202(a).
       (2) Management plan.--The term ``management plan'' means 
     the management plan developed for the Conservation Area under 
     section 2203(c).
       (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior, acting through the Director of the Bureau of 
     Land Management.

     SEC. 2202. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE FORT STANTON-SNOWY RIVER CAVE 
                   NATIONAL CONSERVATION AREA.

       (a) Establishment; Purposes.--There is established the Fort 
     Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area in 
     Lincoln County, New Mexico, to protect, conserve, and enhance 
     the unique and nationally important historic, cultural, 
     scientific, archaeological, natural, and educational 
     subterranean cave resources of the Fort Stanton-Snowy River 
     cave system.
       (b) Area Included.--The Conservation Area shall include the 
     area within the boundaries depicted on the map entitled 
     ``Fort Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area'' 
     and dated December 15, 2008.
       (c) Map and Legal Description.--
       (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to Congress 
     a map and legal description of the Conservation Area.
       (2) Effect.--The map and legal description of the 
     Conservation Area shall have the same force and effect as if 
     included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct any minor errors in the map and legal description.
       (3) Public availability.--The map and legal description of 
     the Conservation Area shall be available for public 
     inspection in the appropriate offices of the Bureau of Land 
     Management.

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     SEC. 2203. MANAGEMENT OF THE CONSERVATION AREA.

       (a) Management.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the 
     Conservation Area--
       (A) in a manner that conserves, protects, and enhances the 
     resources and values of the Conservation Area, including the 
     resources and values described in section 2202(a); and
       (B) in accordance with--
       (i) this subtitle;
       (ii) the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1701 et seq.); and
       (iii) any other applicable laws.
       (2) Uses.--The Secretary shall only allow uses of the 
     Conservation Area that are consistent with the protection of 
     the cave resources.
       (3) Requirements.--In administering the Conservation Area, 
     the Secretary shall provide for--
       (A) the conservation and protection of the natural and 
     unique features and environs for scientific, educational, and 
     other appropriate public uses of the Conservation Area;
       (B) public access, as appropriate, while providing for the 
     protection of the cave resources and for public safety;
       (C) the continuation of other existing uses or other new 
     uses of the Conservation Area that do not impair the purposes 
     for which the Conservation Area is established;
       (D) management of the surface area of the Conservation Area 
     in accordance with the Fort Stanton Area of Critical 
     Environmental Concern Final Activity Plan dated March, 2001, 
     or any amendments to the plan, consistent with this subtitle; 
     and
       (E) scientific investigation and research opportunities 
     within the Conservation Area, including through partnerships 
     with colleges, universities, schools, scientific 
     institutions, researchers, and scientists to conduct research 
     and provide educational and interpretive services within the 
     Conservation Area.
       (b) Withdrawals.--Subject to valid existing rights, all 
     Federal surface and subsurface land within the Conservation 
     Area and all land and interests in the land that are acquired 
     by the United States after the date of enactment of this Act 
     for inclusion in the Conservation Area, are withdrawn from--
       (1) all forms of entry, appropriation, or disposal under 
     the general land laws;
       (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (3) operation under the mineral leasing and geothermal 
     leasing laws.
       (c) Management Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 2 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall develop a 
     comprehensive plan for the long-term management of the 
     Conservation Area.
       (2) Purposes.--The management plan shall--
       (A) describe the appropriate uses and management of the 
     Conservation Area;
       (B) incorporate, as appropriate, decisions contained in any 
     other management or activity plan for the land within or 
     adjacent to the Conservation Area;
       (C) take into consideration any information developed in 
     studies of the land and resources within or adjacent to the 
     Conservation Area; and
       (D) provide for a cooperative agreement with Lincoln 
     County, New Mexico, to address the historical involvement of 
     the local community in the interpretation and protection of 
     the resources of the Conservation Area.
       (d) Research and Interpretive Facilities.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary may establish facilities 
     for--
       (A) the conduct of scientific research; and
       (B) the interpretation of the historical, cultural, 
     scientific, archaeological, natural, and educational 
     resources of the Conservation Area.
       (2) Cooperative agreements.--The Secretary may, in a manner 
     consistent with this subtitle, enter into cooperative 
     agreements with the State of New Mexico and other 
     institutions and organizations to carry out the purposes of 
     this subtitle.
       (e) Water Rights.--Nothing in this subtitle constitutes an 
     express or implied reservation of any water right.

     SEC. 2204. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

       There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as are 
     necessary to carry out this subtitle.

    Subtitle D--Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area

     SEC. 2301. SNAKE RIVER BIRDS OF PREY NATIONAL CONSERVATION 
                   AREA.

       (a) Renaming.--Public Law 103-64 is amended--
       (1) in section 2(2) (16 U.S.C. 460iii-1(2)), by inserting 
     ``Morley Nelson'' before ``Snake River Birds of Prey National 
     Conservation Area''; and
       (2) in section 3(a)(1) (16 U.S.C. 460iii-2(a)(1)), by 
     inserting ``Morley Nelson'' before ``Snake River Birds of 
     Prey National Conservation Area''.
       (b) References.--Any reference in a law, map, regulation, 
     document, paper, or other record of the United States to the 
     Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area shall be 
     deemed to be a reference to the Morley Nelson Snake River 
     Birds of Prey National Conservation Area.
       (c) Technical Corrections.--Public Law 103-64 is further 
     amended--
       (1) in section 3(a)(1) (16 U.S.C. 460iii-2(a)(1)), by 
     striking ``(hereafter referred to as the `conservation 
     area')''; and
       (2) in section 4 (16 U.S.C. 460iii-3)--
       (A) in subsection (a)(2), by striking ``Conservation Area'' 
     and inserting ``conservation area''; and
       (B) in subsection (d), by striking ``Visitors Center'' and 
     inserting ``visitors center''.

       Subtitle E--Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area

     SEC. 2401. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Conservation area.--The term ``Conservation Area'' 
     means the Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area 
     established by section 2402(a)(1).
       (2) Council.--The term ``Council'' means the Dominguez-
     Escalante National Conservation Area Advisory Council 
     established under section 2407.
       (3) Management plan.--The term ``management plan'' means 
     the management plan developed under section 2406.
       (4) Map.--The term ``Map'' means the map entitled 
     ``Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area'' and dated 
     September 15, 2008.
       (5) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (6) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Colorado.
       (7) Wilderness.--The term ``Wilderness'' means the 
     Dominguez Canyon Wilderness Area designated by section 
     2403(a).

     SEC. 2402. DOMINGUEZ-ESCALANTE NATIONAL CONSERVATION AREA.

       (a) Establishment.--
       (1) In general.--There is established the Dominguez-
     Escalante National Conservation Area in the State.
       (2) Area included.--The Conservation Area shall consist of 
     approximately 209,610 acres of public land, as generally 
     depicted on the Map.
       (b) Purposes.--The purposes of the Conservation Area are to 
     conserve and protect for the benefit and enjoyment of present 
     and future generations--
       (1) the unique and important resources and values of the 
     land, including the geological, cultural, archaeological, 
     paleontological, natural, scientific, recreational, 
     wilderness, wildlife, riparian, historical, educational, and 
     scenic resources of the public land; and
       (2) the water resources of area streams, based on 
     seasonally available flows, that are necessary to support 
     aquatic, riparian, and terrestrial species and communities.
       (c) Management.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the 
     Conservation Area--
       (A) as a component of the National Landscape Conservation 
     System;
       (B) in a manner that conserves, protects, and enhances the 
     resources and values of the Conservation Area described in 
     subsection (b); and
       (C) in accordance with--
       (i) the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1701 et seq.);
       (ii) this subtitle; and
       (iii) any other applicable laws.
       (2) Uses.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary shall allow only such uses 
     of the Conservation Area as the Secretary determines would 
     further the purposes for which the Conservation Area is 
     established.
       (B) Use of motorized vehicles.--
       (i) In general.--Except as provided in clauses (ii) and 
     (iii), use of motorized vehicles in the Conservation Area 
     shall be allowed--

       (I) before the effective date of the management plan, only 
     on roads and trails designated for use of motor vehicles in 
     the management plan that applies on the date of the enactment 
     of this Act to the public land in the Conservation Area; and
       (II) after the effective date of the management plan, only 
     on roads and trails designated in the management plan for the 
     use of motor vehicles.

       (ii) Administrative and emergency response use.--Clause (i) 
     shall not limit the use of motor vehicles in the Conservation 
     Area for administrative purposes or to respond to an 
     emergency.
       (iii) Limitation.--This subparagraph shall not apply to the 
     Wilderness.

     SEC. 2403. DOMINGUEZ CANYON WILDERNESS AREA.

       (a) In General.--In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the approximately 66,280 acres of 
     public land in Mesa, Montrose, and Delta Counties, Colorado, 
     as generally depicted on the Map, is designated as wilderness 
     and as a component of the National Wilderness Preservation 
     System, to be known as the ``Dominguez Canyon Wilderness 
     Area''.
       (b) Administration of Wilderness.--The Wilderness shall be 
     managed by the Secretary in accordance with the Wilderness 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) and this subtitle, except that--
       (1) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the effective 
     date of that Act shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     date of enactment of this Act; and
       (2) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the Secretary of 
     Agriculture shall be considered to be a reference to the 
     Secretary of the Interior.

     SEC. 2404. MAPS AND LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS.

       (a) In General.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file a map and a 
     legal description of the Conservation Area and the Wilderness 
     with--
       (1) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (2) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (b) Force and Effect.--The Map and legal descriptions filed 
     under subsection (a) shall have the same force and effect as 
     if included in this subtitle, except that the Secretary may 
     correct clerical and typographical errors in the Map and 
     legal descriptions.
       (c) Public Availability.--The Map and legal descriptions 
     filed under subsection (a) shall be available for public 
     inspection in the appropriate offices of the Bureau of Land 
     Management.

     SEC. 2405. MANAGEMENT OF CONSERVATION AREA AND WILDERNESS.

       (a) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, all 
     Federal land within the Conservation Area and the Wilderness 
     and all land and interests in land acquired by the United 
     States within the Conservation Area or the Wilderness is 
     withdrawn from--

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       (1) all forms of entry, appropriation, or disposal under 
     the public land laws;
       (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (3) operation of the mineral leasing, mineral materials, 
     and geothermal leasing laws.
       (b) Grazing.--
       (1) Grazing in conservation area.--Except as provided in 
     paragraph (2), the Secretary shall issue and administer any 
     grazing leases or permits in the Conservation Area in 
     accordance with the laws (including regulations) applicable 
     to the issuance and administration of such leases and permits 
     on other land under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land 
     Management.
       (2) Grazing in wilderness.--The grazing of livestock in the 
     Wilderness, if established as of the date of enactment of 
     this Act, shall be permitted to continue--
       (A) subject to any reasonable regulations, policies, and 
     practices that the Secretary determines to be necessary; and
       (B) in accordance with--
       (i) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1133(d)(4)); and
       (ii) the guidelines set forth in Appendix A of the report 
     of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the House 
     of Representatives accompanying H.R. 2570 of the 101st 
     Congress (H. Rept. 101-405).
       (c) No Buffer Zones.--
       (1) In general.--Nothing in this subtitle creates a 
     protective perimeter or buffer zone around the Conservation 
     Area.
       (2) Activities outside conservation area.--The fact that an 
     activity or use on land outside the Conservation Area can be 
     seen or heard within the Conservation Area shall not preclude 
     the activity or use outside the boundary of the Conservation 
     Area.
       (d) Acquisition of Land.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary may acquire non-Federal land 
     within the boundaries of the Conservation Area or the 
     Wilderness only through exchange, donation, or purchase from 
     a willing seller.
       (2) Management.--Land acquired under paragraph (1) shall--
       (A) become part of the Conservation Area and, if 
     applicable, the Wilderness; and
       (B) be managed in accordance with this subtitle and any 
     other applicable laws.
       (e) Fire, Insects, and Diseases.--Subject to such terms and 
     conditions as the Secretary determines to be desirable and 
     appropriate, the Secretary may undertake such measures as are 
     necessary to control fire, insects, and diseases--
       (1) in the Wilderness, in accordance with section 4(d)(1) 
     of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)); and
       (2) except as provided in paragraph (1), in the 
     Conservation Area in accordance with this subtitle and any 
     other applicable laws.
       (f) Access.--The Secretary shall continue to provide 
     private landowners adequate access to inholdings in the 
     Conservation Area.
       (g) Invasive Species and Noxious Weeds.--In accordance with 
     any applicable laws and subject to such terms and conditions 
     as the Secretary determines to be desirable and appropriate, 
     the Secretary may prescribe measures to control nonnative 
     invasive plants and noxious weeds within the Conservation 
     Area.
       (h) Water Rights.--
       (1) Effect.--Nothing in this subtitle--
       (A) affects the use or allocation, in existence on the date 
     of enactment of this Act, of any water, water right, or 
     interest in water;
       (B) affects any vested absolute or decreed conditional 
     water right in existence on the date of enactment of this 
     Act, including any water right held by the United States;
       (C) affects any interstate water compact in existence on 
     the date of enactment of this Act;
       (D) authorizes or imposes any new reserved Federal water 
     rights; or
       (E) shall be considered to be a relinquishment or reduction 
     of any water rights reserved or appropriated by the United 
     States in the State on or before the date of enactment of 
     this Act.
       (2) Wilderness water rights.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary shall ensure that any water 
     rights within the Wilderness required to fulfill the purposes 
     of the Wilderness are secured in accordance with 
     subparagraphs (B) through (G).
       (B) State law.--
       (i) Procedural requirements.--Any water rights within the 
     Wilderness for which the Secretary pursues adjudication shall 
     be adjudicated, changed, and administered in accordance with 
     the procedural requirements and priority system of State law.
       (ii) Establishment of water rights.--

       (I) In general.--Except as provided in subclause (II), the 
     purposes and other substantive characteristics of the water 
     rights pursued under this paragraph shall be established in 
     accordance with State law.
       (II) Exception.--Notwithstanding subclause (I) and in 
     accordance with this subtitle, the Secretary may appropriate 
     and seek adjudication of water rights to maintain surface 
     water levels and stream flows on and across the Wilderness to 
     fulfill the purposes of the Wilderness.

       (C) Deadline.--The Secretary shall promptly, but not 
     earlier than January 2009, appropriate the water rights 
     required to fulfill the purposes of the Wilderness.
       (D) Required determination.--The Secretary shall not pursue 
     adjudication for any instream flow water rights unless the 
     Secretary makes a determination pursuant to subparagraph 
     (E)(ii) or (F).
       (E) Cooperative enforcement.--
       (i) In general.--The Secretary shall not pursue 
     adjudication of any Federal instream flow water rights 
     established under this paragraph if--

       (I) the Secretary determines, upon adjudication of the 
     water rights by the Colorado Water Conservation Board, that 
     the Board holds water rights sufficient in priority, amount, 
     and timing to fulfill the purposes of the Wilderness; and
       (II) the Secretary has entered into a perpetual agreement 
     with the Colorado Water Conservation Board to ensure the full 
     exercise, protection, and enforcement of the State water 
     rights within the Wilderness to reliably fulfill the purposes 
     of the Wilderness.

       (ii) Adjudication.--If the Secretary determines that the 
     provisions of clause (i) have not been met, the Secretary 
     shall adjudicate and exercise any Federal water rights 
     required to fulfill the purposes of the Wilderness in 
     accordance with this paragraph.
       (F) Insufficient water rights.--If the Colorado Water 
     Conservation Board modifies the instream flow water rights 
     obtained under subparagraph (E) to such a degree that the 
     Secretary determines that water rights held by the State are 
     insufficient to fulfill the purposes of the Wilderness, the 
     Secretary shall adjudicate and exercise Federal water rights 
     required to fulfill the purposes of the Wilderness in 
     accordance with subparagraph (B).
       (G) Failure to comply.--The Secretary shall promptly act to 
     exercise and enforce the water rights described in 
     subparagraph (E) if the Secretary determines that--
       (i) the State is not exercising its water rights consistent 
     with subparagraph (E)(i)(I); or
       (ii) the agreement described in subparagraph (E)(i)(II) is 
     not fulfilled or complied with sufficiently to fulfill the 
     purposes of the Wilderness.
       (3) Water resource facility.--
       (A) In general.--Notwithstanding any other provision of law 
     and subject to subparagraph (B), beginning on the date of 
     enactment of this Act, neither the President nor any other 
     officer, employee, or agent of the United States shall fund, 
     assist, authorize, or issue a license or permit for the 
     development of any new irrigation and pumping facility, 
     reservoir, water conservation work, aqueduct, canal, ditch, 
     pipeline, well, hydropower project, transmission, other 
     ancillary facility, or other water, diversion, storage, or 
     carriage structure in the Wilderness.
       (B) Exception.--Notwithstanding subparagraph (A), the 
     Secretary may allow construction of new livestock watering 
     facilities within the Wilderness in accordance with--
       (i) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1133(d)(4)); and
       (ii) the guidelines set forth in Appendix A of the report 
     of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the House 
     of Representatives accompanying H.R. 2570 of the 101st 
     Congress (H. Rept. 101-405).
       (4) Conservation area water rights.--With respect to water 
     within the Conservation Area, nothing in this subtitle--
       (A) authorizes any Federal agency to appropriate or 
     otherwise acquire any water right on the mainstem of the 
     Gunnison River; or
       (B) prevents the State from appropriating or acquiring, or 
     requires the State to appropriate or acquire, an instream 
     flow water right on the mainstem of the Gunnison River.
       (5) Wilderness boundaries along gunnison river.--
       (A) In general.--In areas in which the Gunnison River is 
     used as a reference for defining the boundary of the 
     Wilderness, the boundary shall--
       (i) be located at the edge of the river; and
       (ii) change according to the river level.
       (B) Exclusion from wilderness.--Regardless of the level of 
     the Gunnison River, no portion of the Gunnison River is 
     included in the Wilderness.
       (i) Effect.--Nothing in this subtitle--
       (1) diminishes the jurisdiction of the State with respect 
     to fish and wildlife in the State; or
       (2) imposes any Federal water quality standard upstream of 
     the Conservation Area or within the mainstem of the Gunnison 
     River that is more restrictive than would be applicable had 
     the Conservation Area not been established.
       (j) Valid Existing Rights.--The designation of the 
     Conservation Area and Wilderness is subject to valid rights 
     in existence on the date of enactment of this Act.

     SEC. 2406. MANAGEMENT PLAN.

       (a) In General.--Not later than 3 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall develop a 
     comprehensive management plan for the long-term protection 
     and management of the Conservation Area.
       (b) Purposes.--The management plan shall--
       (1) describe the appropriate uses and management of the 
     Conservation Area;
       (2) be developed with extensive public input;
       (3) take into consideration any information developed in 
     studies of the land within the Conservation Area; and
       (4) include a comprehensive travel management plan.

     SEC. 2407. ADVISORY COUNCIL.

       (a) Establishment.--Not later than 180 days after the date 
     of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall establish an 
     advisory council, to be known as the ``Dominguez-Escalante 
     National Conservation Area Advisory Council''.
       (b) Duties.--The Council shall advise the Secretary with 
     respect to the preparation and implementation of the 
     management plan.
       (c) Applicable Law.--The Council shall be subject to--
       (1) the Federal Advisory Committee Act (5 U.S.C. App.); and
       (2) the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1701 et seq.).
       (d) Members.--The Council shall include 10 members to be 
     appointed by the Secretary, of whom, to the extent 
     practicable--
       (1) 1 member shall be appointed after considering the 
     recommendations of the Mesa County Commission;
       (2) 1 member shall be appointed after considering the 
     recommendations of the Montrose County Commission;
       (3) 1 member shall be appointed after considering the 
     recommendations of the Delta County Commission;

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       (4) 1 member shall be appointed after considering the 
     recommendations of the permittees holding grazing allotments 
     within the Conservation Area or the Wilderness; and
       (5) 5 members shall reside in, or within reasonable 
     proximity to, Mesa County, Delta County, or Montrose County, 
     Colorado, with backgrounds that reflect--
       (A) the purposes for which the Conservation Area or 
     Wilderness was established; and
       (B) the interests of the stakeholders that are affected by 
     the planning and management of the Conservation Area and 
     Wilderness.
       (e) Representation.--The Secretary shall ensure that the 
     membership of the Council is fairly balanced in terms of the 
     points of view represented and the functions to be performed 
     by the Council.
       (f) Duration.--The Council shall terminate on the date that 
     is 1 year from the date on which the management plan is 
     adopted by the Secretary.

     SEC. 2408. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

       There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as are 
     necessary to carry out this subtitle.

          Subtitle F--Rio Puerco Watershed Management Program

     SEC. 2501. RIO PUERCO WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAM.

       (a) Rio Puerco Management Committee.--Section 401(b) of the 
     Omnibus Parks and Public Lands Management Act of 1996 (Public 
     Law 104-333; 110 Stat. 4147) is amended--
       (1) in paragraph (2)--
       (A) by redesignating subparagraphs (I) through (N) as 
     subparagraphs (J) through (O), respectively; and
       (B) by inserting after subparagraph (H) the following:
       ``(I) the Environmental Protection Agency;''; and
       (2) in paragraph (4), by striking ``enactment of this Act'' 
     and inserting ``enactment of the Omnibus Public Land 
     Management Act of 2009''.
       (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--Section 401(e) of the 
     Omnibus Parks and Public Lands Management Act of 1996 (Public 
     Law 104-333; 110 Stat. 4148) is amended by striking 
     ``enactment of this Act'' and inserting ``enactment of the 
     Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009''.

               Subtitle G--Land Conveyances and Exchanges

     SEC. 2601. CARSON CITY, NEVADA, LAND CONVEYANCES.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) City.--The term ``City'' means Carson City Consolidated 
     Municipality, Nevada.
       (2) Map.--The term ``Map'' means the map entitled ``Carson 
     City, Nevada Area'', dated November 7, 2008, and on file and 
     available for public inspection in the appropriate offices 
     of--
       (A) the Bureau of Land Management;
       (B) the Forest Service; and
       (C) the City.
       (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means--
       (A) with respect to land in the National Forest System, the 
     Secretary of Agriculture, acting through the Chief of the 
     Forest Service; and
       (B) with respect to other Federal land, the Secretary of 
     the Interior.
       (4) Secretaries.--The term ``Secretaries'' means the 
     Secretary of Agriculture and the Secretary of the Interior, 
     acting jointly.
       (5) Tribe.--The term ``Tribe'' means the Washoe Tribe of 
     Nevada and California, which is a federally recognized Indian 
     tribe.
       (b) Conveyances of Federal Land and City Land.--
       (1) In general.--Notwithstanding section 202 of the Federal 
     Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1712), if 
     the City offers to convey to the United States title to the 
     non-Federal land described in paragraph (2)(A) that is 
     acceptable to the Secretary of Agriculture--
       (A) the Secretary shall accept the offer; and
       (B) not later than 180 days after the date on which the 
     Secretary receives acceptable title to the non-Federal land 
     described in paragraph (2)(A), the Secretaries shall convey 
     to the City, subject to valid existing rights and for no 
     consideration, except as provided in paragraph (3)(A), all 
     right, title, and interest of the United States in and to the 
     Federal land (other than any easement reserved under 
     paragraph (3)(B)) or interest in land described in paragraph 
     (2)(B).
       (2) Description of land.--
       (A) Non-federal land.--The non-Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1) is the approximately 2,264 acres of land 
     administered by the City and identified on the Map as ``To 
     U.S. Forest Service''.
       (B) Federal land.--The Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1)(B) is--
       (i) the approximately 935 acres of Forest Service land 
     identified on the Map as ``To Carson City for Natural 
     Areas'';
       (ii) the approximately 3,604 acres of Bureau of Land 
     Management land identified on the Map as ``Silver Saddle 
     Ranch and Carson River Area'';
       (iii) the approximately 1,848 acres of Bureau of Land 
     Management land identified on the Map as ``To Carson City for 
     Parks and Public Purposes''; and
       (iv) the approximately 75 acres of City land in which the 
     Bureau of Land Management has a reversionary interest that is 
     identified on the Map as ``Reversionary Interest of the 
     United States Released''.
       (3) Conditions.--
       (A) Consideration.--Before the conveyance of the 62-acre 
     Bernhard parcel to the City, the City shall deposit in the 
     special account established by subsection (e)(2)(A) an amount 
     equal to 25 percent of the difference between--
       (i) the amount for which the Bernhard parcel was purchased 
     by the City on July 18, 2001; and
       (ii) the amount for which the Bernhard parcel was purchased 
     by the Secretary on March 24, 2006.
       (B) Conservation easement.--As a condition of the 
     conveyance of the land described in paragraph (2)(B)(ii), the 
     Secretary, in consultation with Carson City and affected 
     local interests, shall reserve a perpetual conservation 
     easement to the land to protect, preserve, and enhance the 
     conservation values of the land, consistent with paragraph 
     (4)(B).
       (C) Costs.--Any costs relating to the conveyance under 
     paragraph (1), including any costs for surveys and other 
     administrative costs, shall be paid by the recipient of the 
     land being conveyed.
       (4) Use of land.--
       (A) Natural areas.--
       (i) In general.--Except as provided in clause (ii), the 
     land described in paragraph (2)(B)(i) shall be managed by the 
     City to maintain undeveloped open space and to preserve the 
     natural characteristics of the land in perpetuity.
       (ii) Exception.--Notwithstanding clause (i), the City may--

       (I) conduct projects on the land to reduce fuels;
       (II) construct and maintain trails, trailhead facilities, 
     and any infrastructure on the land that is required for 
     municipal water and flood management activities; and
       (III) maintain or reconstruct any improvements on the land 
     that are in existence on the date of enactment of this Act.

       (B) Silver saddle ranch and carson river area.--
       (i) In general.--Except as provided in clause (ii), the 
     land described in paragraph (2)(B)(ii) shall--

       (I) be managed by the City to protect and enhance the 
     Carson River, the floodplain and surrounding upland, and 
     important wildlife habitat; and
       (II) be used for undeveloped open space, passive 
     recreation, customary agricultural practices, and wildlife 
     protection.

       (ii) Exception.--Notwithstanding clause (i), the City may--

       (I) construct and maintain trails and trailhead facilities 
     on the land;
       (II) conduct projects on the land to reduce fuels;
       (III) maintain or reconstruct any improvements on the land 
     that are in existence on the date of enactment of this Act; 
     and
       (IV) allow the use of motorized vehicles on designated 
     roads, trails, and areas in the south end of Prison Hill.

       (C) Parks and public purposes.--The land described in 
     paragraph (2)(B)(iii) shall be managed by the City for--
       (i) undeveloped open space; and
       (ii) recreation or other public purposes consistent with 
     the Act of June 14, 1926 (commonly known as the ``Recreation 
     and Public Purposes Act'') (43 U.S.C. 869 et seq.).
       (D) Reversionary interest.--
       (i) Release.--The reversionary interest described in 
     paragraph (2)(B)(iv) shall terminate on the date of enactment 
     of this Act.
       (ii) Conveyance by city.--

       (I) In general.--If the City sells, leases, or otherwise 
     conveys any portion of the land described in paragraph 
     (2)(B)(iv), the sale, lease, or conveyance of land shall be--

       (aa) through a competitive bidding process; and
       (bb) except as provided in subclause (II), for not less 
     than fair market value.

       (II) Conveyance to government or nonprofit.--A sale, lease, 
     or conveyance of land described in paragraph (2)(B)(iv) to 
     the Federal Government, a State government, a unit of local 
     government, or a nonprofit organization shall be for 
     consideration in an amount equal to the price established by 
     the Secretary of the Interior under section 2741 of title 43, 
     Code of Federal Regulation (or successor regulations).
       (III) Disposition of proceeds.--The gross proceeds from the 
     sale, lease, or conveyance of land under subclause (I) shall 
     be distributed in accordance with subsection (e)(1).

       (5) Reversion.--If land conveyed under paragraph (1) is 
     used in a manner that is inconsistent with the uses described 
     in subparagraph (A), (B), (C), or (D) of paragraph (4), the 
     land shall, at the discretion of the Secretary, revert to the 
     United States.
       (6) Miscellaneous provisions.--
       (A) In general.--On conveyance of the non-Federal land 
     under paragraph (1) to the Secretary of Agriculture, the non-
     Federal land shall--
       (i) become part of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest; 
     and
       (ii) be administered in accordance with the laws (including 
     the regulations) and rules generally applicable to the 
     National Forest System.
       (B) Management plan.--The Secretary of Agriculture, in 
     consultation with the City and other interested parties, may 
     develop and implement a management plan for National Forest 
     System land that ensures the protection and stabilization of 
     the National Forest System land to minimize the impacts of 
     flooding on the City.
       (7) Conveyance to bureau of land management.--
       (A) In general.--If the City offers to convey to the United 
     States title to the non-Federal land described in 
     subparagraph (B) that is acceptable to the Secretary of the 
     Interior, the land shall, at the discretion of the Secretary, 
     be conveyed to the United States.
       (B) Description of land.--The non-Federal land referred to 
     in subparagraph (A) is the approximately 46 acres of land 
     administered by the City and identified on the Map as ``To 
     Bureau of Land Management''.
       (C) Costs.--Any costs relating to the conveyance under 
     subparagraph (A), including any costs for surveys and other 
     administrative costs, shall be paid by the Secretary of the 
     Interior.
       (c) Transfer of Administrative Jurisdiction From the Forest 
     Service to the Bureau of Land Management.--

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       (1) In general.--Administrative jurisdiction over the 
     approximately 50 acres of Forest Service land identified on 
     the Map as ``Parcel #1'' is transferred, from the Secretary 
     of Agriculture to the Secretary of the Interior.
       (2) Costs.--Any costs relating to the transfer under 
     paragraph (1), including any costs for surveys and other 
     administrative costs, shall be paid by the Secretary of the 
     Interior.
       (3) Use of land.--
       (A) Right-of-way.--Not later than 120 days after the date 
     of enactment of this Act, the Secretary of the Interior shall 
     grant to the City a right-of-way for the maintenance of flood 
     management facilities located on the land.
       (B) Disposal.--The land referred to in paragraph (1) shall 
     be disposed of in accordance with subsection (d).
       (C) Disposition of proceeds.--The gross proceeds from the 
     disposal of land under subparagraph (B) shall be distributed 
     in accordance with subsection (e)(1).
       (d) Disposal of Carson City Land.--
       (1) In general.--Notwithstanding sections 202 and 203 of 
     the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 
     1712, 1713), the Secretary of the Interior shall, in 
     accordance with that Act, this subsection, and other 
     applicable law, and subject to valid existing rights, conduct 
     sales of the Federal land described in paragraph (2) to 
     qualified bidders.
       (2) Description of land.--The Federal land referred to in 
     paragraph (1) is--
       (A) the approximately 108 acres of Bureau of Land 
     Management land identified as ``Lands for Disposal'' on the 
     Map; and
       (B) the approximately 50 acres of land identified as 
     ``Parcel #1'' on the Map.
       (3) Compliance with local planning and zoning laws.--Before 
     a sale of Federal land under paragraph (1), the City shall 
     submit to the Secretary a certification that qualified 
     bidders have agreed to comply with--
       (A) City zoning ordinances; and
       (B) any master plan for the area approved by the City.
       (4) Method of sale; consideration.--The sale of Federal 
     land under paragraph (1) shall be--
       (A) consistent with subsections (d) and (f) of section 203 
     of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1713);
       (B) unless otherwise determined by the Secretary, through a 
     competitive bidding process; and
       (C) for not less than fair market value.
       (5) Withdrawal.--
       (A) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights and 
     except as provided in subparagraph (B), the Federal land 
     described in paragraph (2) is withdrawn from--
       (i) all forms of entry and appropriation under the public 
     land laws;
       (ii) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (iii) operation of the mineral leasing and geothermal 
     leasing laws.
       (B) Exception.--Subparagraph (A)(i) shall not apply to 
     sales made consistent with this subsection.
       (6) Deadline for sale.--
       (A) In general.--Except as provided in subparagraph (B), 
     not later than 1 year after the date of enactment of this 
     Act, if there is a qualified bidder for the land described in 
     subparagraphs (A) and (B) of paragraph (2), the Secretary of 
     the Interior shall offer the land for sale to the qualified 
     bidder.
       (B) Postponement; exclusion from sale.--
       (i) Request by carson city for postponement or exclusion.--
     At the request of the City, the Secretary shall postpone or 
     exclude from the sale under subparagraph (A) all or a portion 
     of the land described in subparagraphs (A) and (B) of 
     paragraph (2).
       (ii) Indefinite postponement.--Unless specifically 
     requested by the City, a postponement under clause (i) shall 
     not be indefinite.
       (e) Disposition of Proceeds.--
       (1) In general.--Of the proceeds from the sale of land 
     under subsections (b)(4)(D)(ii) and (d)(1)--
       (A) 5 percent shall be paid directly to the State for use 
     in the general education program of the State; and
       (B) the remainder shall be deposited in a special account 
     in the Treasury of the United States, to be known as the 
     ``Carson City Special Account'', and shall be available 
     without further appropriation to the Secretary until expended 
     to--
       (i) reimburse costs incurred by the Bureau of Land 
     Management for preparing for the sale of the Federal land 
     described in subsection (d)(2), including the costs of--

       (I) surveys and appraisals; and
       (II) compliance with--

       (aa) the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 
     U.S.C. 4321 et seq.); and
       (bb) sections 202 and 203 of the Federal Land Policy and 
     Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1712, 1713);
       (ii) reimburse costs incurred by the Bureau of Land 
     Management and Forest Service for preparing for, and carrying 
     out, the transfers of land to be held in trust by the United 
     States under subsection (h)(1); and
       (iii) acquire environmentally sensitive land or an interest 
     in environmentally sensitive land in the City.
       (2) Silver saddle endowment account.--
       (A) Establishment.--There is established in the Treasury of 
     the United States a special account, to be known as the 
     ``Silver Saddle Endowment Account'', consisting of such 
     amounts as are deposited under subsection (b)(3)(A).
       (B) Availability of amounts.--Amounts deposited in the 
     account established by paragraph (1) shall be available to 
     the Secretary, without further appropriation, for the 
     oversight and enforcement of the conservation easement 
     established under subsection (b)(3)(B).
       (f) Urban Interface.--
       (1) In general.--Except as otherwise provided in this 
     section and subject to valid existing rights, the Federal 
     land described in paragraph (2) is permanently withdrawn 
     from--
       (A) all forms of entry and appropriation under the public 
     land laws and mining laws;
       (B) location and patent under the mining laws; and
       (C) operation of the mineral laws, geothermal leasing laws, 
     and mineral material laws.
       (2) Description of land.--The land referred to in paragraph 
     (1) consists of approximately 19,747 acres, which is 
     identified on the Map as ``Urban Interface Withdrawal''.
       (3) Incorporation of acquired land and interests.--Any land 
     or interest in land within the boundaries of the land 
     described in paragraph (2) that is acquired by the United 
     States after the date of enactment of this Act shall be 
     withdrawn in accordance with this subsection.
       (4) Off-highway vehicle management.--Until the date on 
     which the Secretary, in consultation with the State, the 
     City, and any other interested persons, completes a 
     transportation plan for Federal land in the City, the use of 
     motorized and mechanical vehicles on Federal land within the 
     City shall be limited to roads and trails in existence on the 
     date of enactment of this Act unless the use of the vehicles 
     is needed--
       (A) for administrative purposes; or
       (B) to respond to an emergency.
       (g) Availability of Funds.--Section 4(e) of the Southern 
     Nevada Public Land Management Act of 1998 (Public Law 105-
     263; 112 Stat. 2346; 116 Stat. 2007; 117 Stat. 1317; 118 
     Stat. 2414; 120 Stat. 3045) is amended--
       (1) in paragraph (3)(A)(iv), by striking ``Clark, Lincoln, 
     and White Pine Counties and Washoe County (subject to 
     paragraph 4))'' and inserting ``Clark, Lincoln, and White 
     Pine Counties and Washoe County (subject to paragraph 4)) and 
     Carson City (subject to paragraph (5))'';
       (2) in paragraph (3)(A)(v), by striking ``Clark, Lincoln, 
     and White Pine Counties'' and inserting ``Clark, Lincoln, and 
     White Pine Counties and Carson City (subject to paragraph 
     (5))'';
       (3) in paragraph (4), by striking ``2011'' and inserting 
     ``2015''; and
       (4) by adding at the end the following:
       ``(5) Limitation for carson city.--Carson City shall be 
     eligible to nominate for expenditure amounts to acquire land 
     or an interest in land for parks or natural areas and for 
     conservation initiatives--
       ``(A) adjacent to the Carson River; or
       ``(B) within the floodplain of the Carson River.''.
       (h) Transfer of Land To Be Held in Trust for Washoe 
     Tribe.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights, all 
     right, title, and interest of the United States in and to the 
     land described in paragraph (2)--
       (A) shall be held in trust by the United States for the 
     benefit and use of the Tribe; and
       (B) shall be part of the reservation of the Tribe.
       (2) Description of land.--The land referred to in paragraph 
     (1) consists of approximately 293 acres, which is identified 
     on the Map as ``To Washoe Tribe''.
       (3) Survey.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture shall 
     complete a survey of the boundary lines to establish the 
     boundaries of the land taken into trust under paragraph (1).
       (4) Use of land.--
       (A) Gaming.--Land taken into trust under paragraph (1) 
     shall not be eligible, or considered to have been taken into 
     trust, for class II gaming or class III gaming (as those 
     terms are defined in section 4 of the Indian Gaming 
     Regulatory Act (25 U.S.C. 2703)).
       (B) Trust land for ceremonial use and conservation.--With 
     respect to the use of the land taken into trust under 
     paragraph (1) that is above the 5,200' elevation contour, the 
     Tribe--
       (i) shall limit the use of the land to--

       (I) traditional and customary uses; and
       (II) stewardship conservation for the benefit of the Tribe; 
     and

       (ii) shall not permit any--

       (I) permanent residential or recreational development on 
     the land; or
       (II) commercial use of the land, including commercial 
     development or gaming.

       (C) Trust land for commercial and residential use.--With 
     respect to the use of the land taken into trust under 
     paragraph (1), the Tribe shall limit the use of the land 
     below the 5,200' elevation to--
       (i) traditional and customary uses;
       (ii) stewardship conservation for the benefit of the Tribe; 
     and
       (iii)(I) residential or recreational development; or
       (II) commercial use.
       (D) Thinning; landscape restoration.--With respect to the 
     land taken into trust under paragraph (1), the Secretary of 
     Agriculture, in consultation and coordination with the Tribe, 
     may carry out any thinning and other landscape restoration 
     activities on the land that is beneficial to the Tribe and 
     the Forest Service.
       (i) Correction of Skunk Harbor Conveyance.--
       (1) Purpose.--The purpose of this subsection is to amend 
     Public Law 108-67 (117 Stat. 880) to make a technical 
     correction relating to the land conveyance authorized under 
     that Act.
       (2) Technical correction.--Section 2 of Public Law 108-67 
     (117 Stat. 880) is amended--
       (A) by striking ``Subject to'' and inserting the following:
       ``(a) In General.--Subject to'';
       (B) in subsection (a) (as designated by paragraph (1)), by 
     striking ``the parcel'' and all that follows through the 
     period at the end and inserting the following: ``and to 
     approximately 23 acres of land identified as `Parcel A' on 
     the map

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     entitled `Skunk Harbor Conveyance Correction' and dated 
     September 12, 2008, the western boundary of which is the low 
     water line of Lake Tahoe at elevation 6,223.0' (Lake Tahoe 
     Datum).''; and
       (C) by adding at the end the following:
       ``(b) Survey and Legal Description.--
       ``(1) In general.--Not later than 180 days after the date 
     of enactment of this subsection, the Secretary of Agriculture 
     shall complete a survey and legal description of the boundary 
     lines to establish the boundaries of the trust land.
       ``(2) Technical corrections.--The Secretary may correct any 
     technical errors in the survey or legal description completed 
     under paragraph (1).
       ``(c) Public Access and Use.--Nothing in this Act prohibits 
     any approved general public access (through existing 
     easements or by boat) to, or use of, land remaining within 
     the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit after the conveyance of 
     the land to the Secretary of the Interior, in trust for the 
     Tribe, under subsection (a), including access to, and use of, 
     the beach and shoreline areas adjacent to the portion of land 
     conveyed under that subsection.''.
       (3) Date of trust status.--The trust land described in 
     section 2(a) of Public Law 108-67 (117 Stat. 880) shall be 
     considered to be taken into trust as of August 1, 2003.
       (4) Transfer.--The Secretary of the Interior, acting on 
     behalf of and for the benefit of the Tribe, shall transfer to 
     the Secretary of Agriculture administrative jurisdiction over 
     the land identified as ``Parcel B'' on the map entitled 
     ``Skunk Harbor Conveyance Correction'' and dated September 
     12, 2008.
       (j) Agreement With Forest Service.--The Secretary of 
     Agriculture, in consultation with the Tribe, shall develop 
     and implement a cooperative agreement that ensures regular 
     access by members of the Tribe and other people in the 
     community of the Tribe across National Forest System land 
     from the City to Lake Tahoe for cultural and religious 
     purposes.
       (k) Artifact Collection.--
       (1) Notice.--At least 180 days before conducting any ground 
     disturbing activities on the land identified as ``Parcel #2'' 
     on the Map, the City shall notify the Tribe of the proposed 
     activities to provide the Tribe with adequate time to 
     inventory and collect any artifacts in the affected area.
       (2) Authorized activities.--On receipt of notice under 
     paragraph (1), the Tribe may collect and possess any 
     artifacts relating to the Tribe in the land identified as 
     ``Parcel #2'' on the Map.
       (l) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section.

     SEC. 2602. SOUTHERN NEVADA LIMITED TRANSITION AREA 
                   CONVEYANCE.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) City.--The term ``City'' means the City of Henderson, 
     Nevada.
       (2) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (3) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Nevada.
       (4) Transition area.--The term ``Transition Area'' means 
     the approximately 502 acres of Federal land located in 
     Henderson, Nevada, and identified as ``Limited Transition 
     Area'' on the map entitled ``Southern Nevada Limited 
     Transition Area Act'' and dated March 20, 2006.
       (b) Southern Nevada Limited Transition Area.--
       (1) Conveyance.--Notwithstanding the Federal Land Policy 
     and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.), on 
     request of the City, the Secretary shall, without 
     consideration and subject to all valid existing rights, 
     convey to the City all right, title, and interest of the 
     United States in and to the Transition Area.
       (2) Use of land for nonresidential development.--
       (A) In general.--After the conveyance to the City under 
     paragraph (1), the City may sell, lease, or otherwise convey 
     any portion or portions of the Transition Area for purposes 
     of nonresidential development.
       (B) Method of sale.--
       (i) In general.--The sale, lease, or conveyance of land 
     under subparagraph (A) shall be through a competitive bidding 
     process.
       (ii) Fair market value.--Any land sold, leased, or 
     otherwise conveyed under subparagraph (A) shall be for not 
     less than fair market value.
       (C) Compliance with charter.--Except as provided in 
     subparagraphs (B) and (D), the City may sell, lease, or 
     otherwise convey parcels within the Transition Area only in 
     accordance with the procedures for conveyances established in 
     the City Charter.
       (D) Disposition of proceeds.--The gross proceeds from the 
     sale of land under subparagraph (A) shall be distributed in 
     accordance with section 4(e) of the Southern Nevada Public 
     Land Management Act of 1998 (112 Stat. 2345).
       (3) Use of land for recreation or other public purposes.--
     The City may elect to retain parcels in the Transition Area 
     for public recreation or other public purposes consistent 
     with the Act of June 14, 1926 (commonly known as the 
     ``Recreation and Public Purposes Act'') (43 U.S.C. 869 et 
     seq.) by providing to the Secretary written notice of the 
     election.
       (4) Noise compatibility requirements.--The City shall--
       (A) plan and manage the Transition Area in accordance with 
     section 47504 of title 49, United States Code (relating to 
     airport noise compatibility planning), and regulations 
     promulgated in accordance with that section; and
       (B) agree that if any land in the Transition Area is sold, 
     leased, or otherwise conveyed by the City, the sale, lease, 
     or conveyance shall contain a limitation to require uses 
     compatible with that airport noise compatibility planning.
       (5) Reversion.--
       (A) In general.--If any parcel of land in the Transition 
     Area is not conveyed for nonresidential development under 
     this section or reserved for recreation or other public 
     purposes under paragraph (3) by the date that is 20 years 
     after the date of enactment of this Act, the parcel of land 
     shall, at the discretion of the Secretary, revert to the 
     United States.
       (B) Inconsistent use.--If the City uses any parcel of land 
     within the Transition Area in a manner that is inconsistent 
     with the uses specified in this subsection--
       (i) at the discretion of the Secretary, the parcel shall 
     revert to the United States; or
       (ii) if the Secretary does not make an election under 
     clause (i), the City shall sell the parcel of land in 
     accordance with this subsection.

     SEC. 2603. NEVADA CANCER INSTITUTE LAND CONVEYANCE.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Alta-hualapai site.--The term ``Alta-Hualapai Site'' 
     means the approximately 80 acres of land that is--
       (A) patented to the City under the Act of June 14, 1926 
     (commonly known as the ``Recreation and Public Purposes 
     Act'') (43 U.S.C. 869 et seq.); and
       (B) identified on the map as the ``Alta-Hualapai Site''.
       (2) City.--The term ``City'' means the city of Las Vegas, 
     Nevada.
       (3) Institute.--The term ``Institute'' means the Nevada 
     Cancer Institute, a nonprofit organization described under 
     section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, the 
     principal place of business of which is at 10441 West Twain 
     Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada.
       (4) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map titled ``Nevada 
     Cancer Institute Expansion Act'' and dated July 17, 2006.
       (5) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior, acting through the Director of the Bureau of 
     Land Management.
       (6) Water district.--The term ``Water District'' means the 
     Las Vegas Valley Water District.
       (b) Land Conveyance.--
       (1) Survey and legal description.--The City shall prepare a 
     survey and legal description of the Alta-Hualapai Site. The 
     survey shall conform to the Bureau of Land Management 
     cadastral survey standards and be subject to approval by the 
     Secretary.
       (2) Acceptance.--The Secretary may accept the 
     relinquishment by the City of all or part of the Alta-
     Hualapai Site.
       (3) Conveyance for use as nonprofit cancer institute.--
     After relinquishment of all or part of the Alta-Hualapai Site 
     to the Secretary, and not later than 180 days after request 
     of the Institute, the Secretary shall convey to the 
     Institute, subject to valid existing rights, the portion of 
     the Alta-Hualapai Site that is necessary for the development 
     of a nonprofit cancer institute.
       (4) Additional conveyances.--Not later than 180 days after 
     a request from the City, the Secretary shall convey to the 
     City, subject to valid existing rights, any remaining portion 
     of the Alta-Hualapai Site necessary for ancillary medical or 
     nonprofit use compatible with the mission of the Institute.
       (5) Applicable law.--Any conveyance by the City of any 
     portion of the land received under this section shall be for 
     no less than fair market value and the proceeds shall be 
     distributed in accordance with section 4(e)(1) of Public Law 
     105-263 (112 Stat. 2345).
       (6) Transaction costs.--All land conveyed by the Secretary 
     under this section shall be at no cost, except that the 
     Secretary may require the recipient to bear any costs 
     associated with transfer of title or any necessary land 
     surveys.
       (7) Report.--Not later than 180 days after the date of the 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to the 
     Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives and the Committee on Energy and Natural 
     Resources of the Senate a report on all transactions 
     conducted under Public Law 105-263 (112 Stat. 2345).
       (c) Rights-of-Way.--Consistent with the Federal Land Policy 
     and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701), the Secretary 
     may grant rights-of-way to the Water District on a portion of 
     the Alta-Hualapai Site for a flood control project and a 
     water pumping facility.
       (d) Reversion.--Any property conveyed pursuant to this 
     section which ceases to be used for the purposes specified in 
     this section shall, at the discretion of the Secretary, 
     revert to the United States, along with any improvements 
     thereon or thereto.

     SEC. 2604. TURNABOUT RANCH LAND CONVEYANCE, UTAH.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Federal land.--The term ``Federal land'' means the 
     approximately 25 acres of Bureau of Land Management land 
     identified on the map as ``Lands to be conveyed to Turnabout 
     Ranch''.
       (2) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled 
     ``Turnabout Ranch Conveyance'' dated May 12, 2006, and on 
     file in the office of the Director of the Bureau of Land 
     Management.
       (3) Monument.--The term ``Monument'' means the Grand 
     Staircase-Escalante National Monument located in southern 
     Utah.
       (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (5) Turnabout ranch.--The term ``Turnabout Ranch'' means 
     the Turnabout Ranch in Escalante, Utah, owned by Aspen 
     Education Group.
       (b) Conveyance of Federal Land to Turnabout Ranch.--
       (1) In general.--Notwithstanding the land use planning 
     requirements of sections 202 and 203 of the Federal Land 
     Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1712, 1713), if 
     not later than 30 days after completion of the appraisal 
     required under paragraph (2), Turnabout Ranch of Escalante, 
     Utah, submits to the Secretary an offer to acquire the 
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     for the appraised value, the Secretary shall, not later than 
     30 days after the date of the offer, convey to Turnabout 
     Ranch all right, title, and interest to the Federal land, 
     subject to valid existing rights.
       (2) Appraisal.--Not later than 90 days after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall complete an 
     appraisal of the Federal land. The appraisal shall be 
     completed in accordance with the ``Uniform Appraisal 
     Standards for Federal Land Acquisitions'' and the ``Uniform 
     Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice''. All costs 
     associated with the appraisal shall be born by Turnabout 
     Ranch.
       (3) Payment of consideration.--Not later than 30 days after 
     the date on which the Federal land is conveyed under 
     paragraph (1), as a condition of the conveyance, Turnabout 
     Ranch shall pay to the Secretary an amount equal to the 
     appraised value of the Federal land, as determined under 
     paragraph (2).
       (4) Costs of conveyance.--As a condition of the conveyance, 
     any costs of the conveyance under this section shall be paid 
     by Turnabout Ranch.
       (5) Disposition of proceeds.--The Secretary shall deposit 
     the proceeds from the conveyance of the Federal land under 
     paragraph (1) in the Federal Land Deposit Account established 
     by section 206 of the Federal Land Transaction Facilitation 
     Act(43 U.S.C. 2305), to be expended in accordance with that 
     Act.
       (c) Modification of Monument Boundary.--When the conveyance 
     authorized by subsection (b) is completed, the boundaries of 
     the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in the State 
     of Utah are hereby modified to exclude the Federal land 
     conveyed to Turnabout Ranch.

     SEC. 2605. BOY SCOUTS LAND EXCHANGE, UTAH.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Boy scouts.--The term ``Boy Scouts'' means the Utah 
     National Parks Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
       (2) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (b) Boy Scouts of America Land Exchange.--
       (1) Authority to convey.--
       (A) In general.--Subject to paragraph (3) and 
     notwithstanding the Act of June 14, 1926 (commonly known as 
     the ``Recreation and Public Purposes Act'') (43 U.S.C. 869 et 
     seq.), the Boy Scouts may convey to Brian Head Resort, 
     subject to valid existing rights and, except as provided in 
     subparagraph (B), any rights reserved by the United States, 
     all right, title, and interest granted to the Boy Scouts by 
     the original patent to the parcel described in paragraph 
     (2)(A) in exchange for the conveyance by Brian Head Resort to 
     the Boy Scouts of all right, title, and interest in and to 
     the parcels described in paragraph (2)(B).
       (B) Reversionary interest.--On conveyance of the parcel of 
     land described in paragraph (2)(A), the Secretary shall have 
     discretion with respect to whether or not the reversionary 
     interests of the United States are to be exercised.
       (2) Description of land.--The parcels of land referred to 
     in paragraph (1) are--
       (A) the 120-acre parcel that is part of a tract of public 
     land acquired by the Boy Scouts under the Act of June 14, 
     1926 (commonly known as the ``Recreation and Public Purposes 
     Act'') (43 U.S.C. 869 et seq.) for the purpose of operating a 
     camp, which is more particularly described as the W 1/2 SE 1/
     4 and SE 1/4 SE 1/4 sec. 26, T. 35 S., R. 9 W., Salt Lake 
     Base and Meridian; and
       (B) the 2 parcels of private land owned by Brian Head 
     Resort that total 120 acres, which are more particularly 
     described as--
       (i) NE 1/4 NW 1/4 and NE 1/4 NE 1/4 sec. 25, T. 35 S., R. 9 
     W., Salt Lake Base and Meridian; and
       (ii) SE 1/4 SE 1/4 sec. 24, T. 35. S., R. 9 W., Salt Lake 
     Base Meridian.
       (3) Conditions.--On conveyance to the Boy Scouts under 
     paragraph (1)(A), the parcels of land described in paragraph 
     (2)(B) shall be subject to the terms and conditions imposed 
     on the entire tract of land acquired by the Boy Scouts for a 
     camp under the Bureau of Land Management patent numbered 43-
     75-0010.
       (4) Modification of patent.--On completion of the exchange 
     under paragraph (1)(A), the Secretary shall amend the 
     original Bureau of Land Management patent providing for the 
     conveyance to the Boy Scouts under the Act of June 14, 1926 
     (commonly known as the ``Recreation and Public Purposes 
     Act'') (43 U.S.C. 869 et seq.) numbered 43-75-0010 to take 
     into account the exchange under paragraph (1)(A).

     SEC. 2606. DOUGLAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, LAND CONVEYANCE.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Public land.--The term ``public land'' means the 
     approximately 622 acres of Federal land managed by the Bureau 
     of Land Management and identified for conveyance on the map 
     prepared by the Bureau of Land Management entitled ``Douglas 
     County Public Utility District Proposal'' and dated March 2, 
     2006.
       (2) PUD.--The term ``PUD'' means the Public Utility 
     District No. 1 of Douglas County, Washington.
       (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (4) Wells hydroelectric project.--The term ``Wells 
     Hydroelectric Project'' means Federal Energy Regulatory 
     Commission Project No. 2149.
       (b) Conveyance of Public Land, Wells Hydroelectric Project, 
     Public Utility District No. 1 of Douglas County, 
     Washington.--
       (1) Conveyance required.--Notwithstanding the land use 
     planning requirements of sections 202 and 203 of the Federal 
     Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1712, 
     1713), and notwithstanding section 24 of the Federal Power 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 818) and Federal Power Order for Project 2149, 
     and subject to valid existing rights, if not later than 45 
     days after the date of completion of the appraisal required 
     under paragraph (2), the Public Utility District No. 1 of 
     Douglas County, Washington, submits to the Secretary an offer 
     to acquire the public land for the appraised value, the 
     Secretary shall convey, not later than 30 days after the date 
     of the offer, to the PUD all right, title, and interest of 
     the United States in and to the public land.
       (2) Appraisal.--Not later than 60 days after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall complete an 
     appraisal of the public land. The appraisal shall be 
     conducted in accordance with the ``Uniform Appraisal 
     Standards for Federal Land Acquisitions'' and the ``Uniform 
     Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice''.
       (3) Payment.--Not later than 30 days after the date on 
     which the public land is conveyed under this subsection, the 
     PUD shall pay to the Secretary an amount equal to the 
     appraised value of the public land as determined under 
     paragraph (2).
       (4) Map and legal descriptions.--As soon as practicable 
     after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall 
     finalize legal descriptions of the public land to be conveyed 
     under this subsection. The Secretary may correct any minor 
     errors in the map referred to in subsection (a)(1) or in the 
     legal descriptions. The map and legal descriptions shall be 
     on file and available for public inspection in appropriate 
     offices of the Bureau of Land Management.
       (5) Costs of conveyance.--As a condition of conveyance, any 
     costs related to the conveyance under this subsection shall 
     be paid by the PUD.
       (6) Disposition of proceeds.--The Secretary shall deposit 
     the proceeds from the sale in the Federal Land Disposal 
     Account established by section 206 of the Federal Land 
     Transaction Facilitation Act (43 U.S.C. 2305) to be expended 
     to improve access to public lands administered by the Bureau 
     of Land Management in the State of Washington.
       (c) Segregation of Lands.--
       (1) Withdrawal.--Except as provided in subsection (b)(1), 
     effective immediately upon enactment of this Act, and subject 
     to valid existing rights, the public land is withdrawn from--
       (A) all forms of entry, appropriation, or disposal under 
     the public land laws, and all amendments thereto;
       (B) location, entry, and patenting under the mining laws, 
     and all amendments thereto; and
       (C) operation of the mineral leasing, mineral materials, 
     and geothermal leasing laws, and all amendments thereto.
       (2) Duration.--This subsection expires two years after the 
     date of enactment of this Act or on the date of the 
     completion of the conveyance under subsection (b), whichever 
     is earlier.
       (d) Retained Authority.--The Secretary shall retain the 
     authority to place conditions on the license to insure 
     adequate protection and utilization of the public land 
     granted to the Secretary in section 4(e) of the Federal Power 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 797(e)) until the Federal Energy Regulatory 
     Commission has issued a new license for the Wells 
     Hydroelectric Project, to replace the original license 
     expiring May 31, 2012, consistent with section 15 of the 
     Federal Power Act (16 U.S.C. 808).

     SEC. 2607. TWIN FALLS, IDAHO, LAND CONVEYANCE.

       (a) Conveyance.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary of the Interior, acting 
     through the Director of the Bureau of Land Management, shall 
     convey to the city of Twin Falls, Idaho, subject to valid 
     existing rights, without consideration, all right, title, and 
     interest of the United States in and to the 4 parcels of land 
     described in subsection (b).
       (b) Land Description.--The 4 parcels of land to be conveyed 
     under subsection (a) are the approximately 165 acres of land 
     in Twin Falls County, Idaho, that are identified as ``Land to 
     be conveyed to Twin Falls'' on the map titled ``Twin Falls 
     Land Conveyance'' and dated July 28, 2008.
       (c) Map on File.--A map depicting the land described in 
     subsection (b) shall be on file and available for public 
     inspection in the appropriate offices of the Bureau of Land 
     Management.
       (d) Use of Conveyed Lands.--
       (1) Purpose.--The land conveyed under this section shall be 
     used to support the public purposes of the Auger Falls 
     Project, including a limited agricultural exemption to allow 
     for water quality and wildlife habitat improvements.
       (2) Restriction.--The land conveyed under this section 
     shall not be used for residential or commercial purposes, 
     except for the limited agricultural exemption described in 
     paragraph (1).
       (3) Additional terms and conditions.--The Secretary of the 
     Interior may require such additional terms and conditions in 
     connection with the conveyance as the Secretary considers 
     appropriate to protect the interests of the United States.
       (e) Reversion.--If the land conveyed under this section is 
     no longer used in accordance with subsection (d)--
       (1) the land shall, at the discretion of the Secretary 
     based on his determination of the best interests of the 
     United States, revert to the United States; and
       (2) if the Secretary chooses to have the land revert to the 
     United States and if the Secretary determines that the land 
     is environmentally contaminated, the city of Twin Falls, 
     Idaho, or any other person responsible for the contamination 
     shall remediate the contamination.
       (f) Administrative Costs.--The Secretary shall require that 
     the city of Twin Falls, Idaho, pay all survey costs and other 
     administrative costs necessary for the preparation and 
     completion of any patents of and transfer of title to 
     property under this section.

     SEC. 2608. SUNRISE MOUNTAIN INSTANT STUDY AREA RELEASE, 
                   NEVADA.

       (a) Finding.--Congress finds that the land described in 
     subsection (c) has been adequately

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     studied for wilderness designation under section 603 of the 
     Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 
     1782).
       (b) Release.--The land described in subsection (c)--
       (1) is no longer subject to section 603(c) of the Federal 
     Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)); 
     and
       (2) shall be managed in accordance with--
       (A) land management plans adopted under section 202 of that 
     Act (43 U.S.C. 1712); and
       (B) cooperative conservation agreements in existence on the 
     date of the enactment of this Act.
       (c) Description of Land.--The land referred to in 
     subsections (a) and (b) is the approximately 70 acres of land 
     in the Sunrise Mountain Instant Study Area of Clark County, 
     Nevada, that is designated on the map entitled ``Sunrise 
     Mountain ISA Release Areas'' and dated September 6, 2008.

     SEC. 2609. PARK CITY, UTAH, LAND CONVEYANCE.

       (a) Conveyance of Land by the Bureau of Land Management to 
     Park City, Utah.--
       (1) Land transfer.--Notwithstanding the planning 
     requirements of sections 202 and 203 of the Federal Land 
     Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1712, 1713), the 
     Secretary of the Interior shall convey, not later than 180 
     days after the date of the enactment of this Act, to Park 
     City, Utah, all right, title, and interest of the United 
     States in and to two parcels of real property located in Park 
     City, Utah, that are currently under the management 
     jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management and designated 
     as parcel 8 (commonly known as the White Acre parcel) and 
     parcel 16 (commonly known as the Gambel Oak parcel). The 
     conveyance shall be subject to all valid existing rights.
       (2) Deed restriction.--The conveyance of the lands under 
     paragraph (1) shall be made by a deed or deeds containing a 
     restriction requiring that the lands be maintained as open 
     space and used solely for public recreation purposes or other 
     purposes consistent with their maintenance as open space. 
     This restriction shall not be interpreted to prohibit the 
     construction or maintenance of recreational facilities, 
     utilities, or other structures that are consistent with the 
     maintenance of the lands as open space or its use for public 
     recreation purposes.
       (3) Consideration.--In consideration for the transfer of 
     the land under paragraph (1), Park City shall pay to the 
     Secretary of the Interior an amount consistent with 
     conveyances to governmental entities for recreational 
     purposes under the Act of June 14, 1926 (commonly known as 
     the Recreation and Public Purposes Act; 43 U.S.C. 869 et 
     seq.).
       (b) Sale of Bureau of Land Management Land in Park City, 
     Utah, at Auction.--
       (1) Sale of land.--Not later than 180 days after the date 
     of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of the Interior 
     shall offer for sale any right, title, or interest of the 
     United States in and to two parcels of real property located 
     in Park City, Utah, that are currently under the management 
     jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management and are 
     designated as parcels 17 and 18 in the Park City, Utah, area. 
     The sale of the land shall be carried out in accordance with 
     the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 
     1701) and other applicable law, other than the planning 
     provisions of sections 202 and 203 of such Act (43 U.S.C. 
     1712, 1713), and shall be subject to all valid existing 
     rights.
       (2) Method of sale.--The sale of the land under paragraph 
     (1) shall be consistent with subsections (d) and (f) of 
     section 203 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 
     1976 (43 U.S.C. 1713) through a competitive bidding process 
     and for not less than fair market value.
       (c) Disposition of Land Sales Proceeds.--All proceeds 
     derived from the sale of land described in this section shall 
     be deposited in the Federal Land Disposal Account established 
     by section 206(a) of the Federal Land Transaction 
     Facilitation Act (43 U.S.C. 2305(a)).

     SEC. 2610. RELEASE OF REVERSIONARY INTEREST IN CERTAIN LANDS 
                   IN RENO, NEVADA.

       (a) Railroad Lands Defined.--For the purposes of this 
     section, the term ``railroad lands'' means those lands within 
     the City of Reno, Nevada, located within portions of sections 
     10, 11, and 12 of T.19 N., R. 19 E., and portions of section 
     7 of T.19 N., R. 20 E., Mount Diablo Meridian, Nevada, that 
     were originally granted to the Union Pacific Railroad under 
     the provisions of the Act of July 1, 1862, commonly known as 
     the Union Pacific Railroad Act.
       (b) Release of Reversionary Interest.--Any reversionary 
     interests of the United States (including interests under the 
     Act of July 1, 1862, commonly known as the Union Pacific 
     Railroad Act) in and to the railroad lands as defined in 
     subsection (a) of this section are hereby released.

     SEC. 2611. TUOLUMNE BAND OF ME-WUK INDIANS OF THE TUOLUMNE 
                   RANCHERIA.

       (a) In General.--
       (1) Federal lands.--Subject to valid existing rights, all 
     right, title, and interest (including improvements and 
     appurtenances) of the United States in and to the Federal 
     lands described in subsection (b), the Federal lands shall be 
     declared to be held in trust by the United States for the 
     benefit of the Tribe for nongaming purposes, and shall be 
     subject to the same terms and conditions as those lands 
     described in the California Indian Land Transfer Act (Public 
     Law 106-568; 114 Stat. 2921).
       (2) Trust lands.--Lands described in subsection (c) of this 
     section that are taken or to be taken in trust by the United 
     States for the benefit of the Tribe shall be subject to 
     subsection (c) of section 903 of the California Indian Land 
     Transfer Act (Public Law 106-568; 114 Stat. 2921).
       (b) Federal Lands Described.--The Federal lands described 
     in this subsection, comprising approximately 66 acres, are as 
     follows:
       (1) Township 1 North, Range 16 East, Section 6, Lots 10 and 
     12, MDM, containing 50.24 acres more or less.
       (2) Township 1 North, Range 16 East, Section 5, Lot 16, 
     MDM, containing 15.35 acres more or less.
       (3) Township 2 North, Range 16 East, Section 32, Indian 
     Cemetery Reservation within Lot 22, MDM, containing 0.4 acres 
     more or less.
       (c) Trust Lands Described.--The trust lands described in 
     this subsection, comprising approximately 357 acres, are 
     commonly referred to as follows:
       (1) Thomas property, pending trust acquisition, 104.50 
     acres.
       (2) Coenenburg property, pending trust acquisition, 192.70 
     acres, subject to existing easements of record, including but 
     not limited to a non-exclusive easement for ingress and 
     egress for the benefit of adjoining property as conveyed by 
     Easement Deed recorded July 13, 1984, in Volume 755, Pages 
     189 to 192, and as further defined by Stipulation and 
     Judgment entered by Tuolumne County Superior Court on 
     September 2, 1983, and recorded June 4, 1984, in Volume 751, 
     Pages 61 to 67.
       (3) Assessor Parcel No. 620505300, 1.5 acres, trust land.
       (4) Assessor Parcel No. 620505400, 19.23 acres, trust land.
       (5) Assessor Parcel No. 620505600, 3.46 acres, trust land.
       (6) Assessor Parcel No. 620505700, 7.44 acres, trust land.
       (7) Assessor Parcel No. 620401700, 0.8 acres, trust land.
       (8) A portion of Assessor Parcel No. 620500200, 2.5 acres, 
     trust land.
       (9) Assessor Parcel No. 620506200, 24.87 acres, trust land.
       (d) Survey.--As soon as practicable after the date of the 
     enactment of this Act, the Office of Cadastral Survey of the 
     Bureau of Land Management shall complete fieldwork required 
     for a survey of the lands described in subsections (b) and 
     (c) for the purpose of incorporating those lands within the 
     boundaries of the Tuolumne Rancheria. Not later than 90 days 
     after that fieldwork is completed, that office shall complete 
     the survey.
       (e) Legal Descriptions.--
       (1) Publication.--On approval by the Community Council of 
     the Tribe of the survey completed under subsection (d), the 
     Secretary of the Interior shall publish in the Federal 
     Register--
       (A) a legal description of the new boundary lines of the 
     Tuolumne Rancheria; and
       (B) a legal description of the land surveyed under 
     subsection (d).
       (2) Effect.--Beginning on the date on which the legal 
     descriptions are published under paragraph (1), such legal 
     descriptions shall be the official legal descriptions of 
     those boundary lines of the Tuolumne Rancheria and the lands 
     surveyed.

                TITLE III--FOREST SERVICE AUTHORIZATIONS

           Subtitle A--Watershed Restoration and Enhancement

     SEC. 3001. WATERSHED RESTORATION AND ENHANCEMENT AGREEMENTS.

       Section 323 of the Department of the Interior and Related 
     Agencies Appropriations Act, 1999 (16 U.S.C. 1011 note; 
     Public Law 105-277), is amended--
       (1) in subsection (a), by striking ``each of fiscal years 
     2006 through 2011'' and inserting ``fiscal year 2006 and each 
     fiscal year thereafter'';
       (2) by redesignating subsection (d) as subsection (e); and
       (3) by inserting after subsection (c) the following:
       ``(d) Applicable Law.--Chapter 63 of title 31, United 
     States Code, shall not apply to--
       ``(1) a watershed restoration and enhancement agreement 
     entered into under this section; or
       ``(2) an agreement entered into under the first section of 
     Public Law 94-148 (16 U.S.C. 565a-1).''.

                Subtitle B--Wildland Firefighter Safety

     SEC. 3101. WILDLAND FIREFIGHTER SAFETY.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Secretaries.--The term ``Secretaries'' means--
       (A) the Secretary of the Interior, acting through the 
     Directors of the Bureau of Land Management, the United States 
     Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Park Service, and the 
     Bureau of Indian Affairs; and
       (B) the Secretary of Agriculture, acting through the Chief 
     of the Forest Service.
       (2) Wildland firefighter.--The term ``wildland 
     firefighter'' means any person who participates in wildland 
     firefighting activities--
       (A) under the direction of either of the Secretaries; or
       (B) under a contract or compact with a federally recognized 
     Indian tribe.
       (b) Annual Report to Congress.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretaries shall jointly submit to 
     Congress an annual report on the wildland firefighter safety 
     practices of the Secretaries, including training programs and 
     activities for wildland fire suppression, prescribed burning, 
     and wildland fire use, during the preceding calendar year.
       (2) Timeline.--Each report under paragraph (1) shall--
       (A) be submitted by not later than March of the year 
     following the calendar year covered by the report; and
       (B) include--
       (i) a description of, and any changes to, wildland 
     firefighter safety practices, including training programs and 
     activities for wildland fire suppression, prescribed burning, 
     and wildland fire use;
       (ii) statistics and trend analyses;
       (iii) an estimate of the amount of Federal funds expended 
     by the Secretaries on wildland

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     firefighter safety practices, including training programs and 
     activities for wildland fire suppression, prescribed burning, 
     and wildland fire use;
       (iv) progress made in implementing recommendations from the 
     Inspector General, the Government Accountability Office, the 
     Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or an agency 
     report relating to a wildland firefighting fatality issued 
     during the preceding 10 years; and
       (v) a description of--

       (I) the provisions relating to wildland firefighter safety 
     practices in any Federal contract or other agreement 
     governing the provision of wildland firefighters by a non-
     Federal entity;
       (II) a summary of any actions taken by the Secretaries to 
     ensure that the provisions relating to safety practices, 
     including training, are complied with by the non-Federal 
     entity; and
       (III) the results of those actions.

                       Subtitle C--Wyoming Range

     SEC. 3201. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (2) Wyoming range withdrawal area.--The term ``Wyoming 
     Range Withdrawal Area'' means all National Forest System land 
     and federally owned minerals located within the boundaries of 
     the Bridger-Teton National Forest identified on the map 
     entitled ``Wyoming Range Withdrawal Area'' and dated October 
     17, 2007, on file with the Office of the Chief of the Forest 
     Service and the Office of the Supervisor of the Bridger-Teton 
     National Forest.

     SEC. 3202. WITHDRAWAL OF CERTAIN LAND IN THE WYOMING RANGE.

       (a) Withdrawal.--Except as provided in subsection (f), 
     subject to valid existing rights as of the date of enactment 
     of this Act and the provisions of this subtitle, land in the 
     Wyoming Range Withdrawal Area is withdrawn from--
       (1) all forms of appropriation or disposal under the public 
     land laws;
       (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and
       (3) disposition under laws relating to mineral and 
     geothermal leasing.
       (b) Existing Rights.--If any right referred to in 
     subsection (a) is relinquished or otherwise acquired by the 
     United States (including through donation under section 3203) 
     after the date of enactment of this Act, the land subject to 
     that right shall be withdrawn in accordance with this 
     section.
       (c) Buffers.--Nothing in this section requires--
       (1) the creation of a protective perimeter or buffer area 
     outside the boundaries of the Wyoming Range Withdrawal Area; 
     or
       (2) any prohibition on activities outside of the boundaries 
     of the Wyoming Range Withdrawal Area that can be seen or 
     heard from within the boundaries of the Wyoming Range 
     Withdrawal Area.
       (d) Land and Resource Management Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to paragraph (2), the Bridger-
     Teton National Land and Resource Management Plan (including 
     any revisions to the Plan) shall apply to any land within the 
     Wyoming Range Withdrawal Area.
       (2) Conflicts.--If there is a conflict between this 
     subtitle and the Bridger-Teton National Land and Resource 
     Management Plan, this subtitle shall apply.
       (e) Prior Lease Sales.--Nothing in this section prohibits 
     the Secretary from taking any action necessary to issue, 
     deny, remove the suspension of, or cancel a lease, or any 
     sold lease parcel that has not been issued, pursuant to any 
     lease sale conducted prior to the date of enactment of this 
     Act, including the completion of any requirements under the 
     National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et 
     seq.).
       (f) Exception.--Notwithstanding the withdrawal in 
     subsection (a), the Secretary may lease oil and gas resources 
     in the Wyoming Range Withdrawal Area that are within 1 mile 
     of the boundary of the Wyoming Range Withdrawal Area in 
     accordance with the Mineral Leasing Act (30 U.S.C. 181 et 
     seq.) and subject to the following conditions:
       (1) The lease may only be accessed by directional drilling 
     from a lease held by production on the date of enactment of 
     this Act on National Forest System land that is adjacent to, 
     and outside of, the Wyoming Range Withdrawal Area.
       (2) The lease shall prohibit, without exception or waiver, 
     surface occupancy and surface disturbance for any activities, 
     including activities related to exploration, development, or 
     production.
       (3) The directional drilling may extend no further than 1 
     mile inside the boundary of the Wyoming Range Withdrawal 
     Area.

     SEC. 3203. ACCEPTANCE OF THE DONATION OF VALID EXISTING 
                   MINING OR LEASING RIGHTS IN THE WYOMING RANGE.

       (a) Notification of Leaseholders.--Not later than 120 days 
     after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall 
     provide notice to holders of valid existing mining or leasing 
     rights within the Wyoming Range Withdrawal Area of the 
     potential opportunity for repurchase of those rights and 
     retirement under this section.
       (b) Request for Lease Retirement.--
       (1) In general.--A holder of a valid existing mining or 
     leasing right within the Wyoming Range Withdrawal Area may 
     submit a written notice to the Secretary of the interest of 
     the holder in the retirement and repurchase of that right.
       (2) List of interested holders.--The Secretary shall 
     prepare a list of interested holders and make the list 
     available to any non-Federal entity or person interested in 
     acquiring that right for retirement by the Secretary.
       (c) Prohibition.--The Secretary may not use any Federal 
     funds to purchase any right referred to in subsection (a).
       (d) Donation Authority.--The Secretary shall--
       (1) accept the donation of any valid existing mining or 
     leasing right in the Wyoming Range Withdrawal Area from the 
     holder of that right or from any non-Federal entity or person 
     that acquires that right; and
       (2) on acceptance, cancel that right.
       (e) Relationship to Other Authority.--Nothing in this 
     subtitle affects any authority the Secretary may otherwise 
     have to modify, suspend, or terminate a lease without 
     compensation, or to recognize the transfer of a valid 
     existing mining or leasing right, if otherwise authorized by 
     law.

               Subtitle D--Land Conveyances and Exchanges

     SEC. 3301. LAND CONVEYANCE TO CITY OF COFFMAN COVE, ALASKA.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) City.--The term ``City'' means the city of Coffman 
     Cove, Alaska.
       (2) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of Agriculture.
       (b) Conveyance.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
     Secretary shall convey to the City, without consideration and 
     by quitclaim deed all right, title, and interest of the 
     United States, except as provided in paragraphs (3) and (4), 
     in and to the parcel of National Forest System land described 
     in paragraph (2).
       (2) Description of land.--
       (A) In general.--The parcel of National Forest System land 
     referred to in paragraph (1) is the approximately 12 acres of 
     land identified in U.S. Survey 10099, as depicted on the plat 
     entitled ``Subdivision of U.S. Survey No. 10099'' and 
     recorded as Plat 2003-1 on January 21, 2003, Petersburg 
     Recording District, Alaska.
       (B) Excluded land.--The parcel of National Forest System 
     land conveyed under paragraph (1) does not include the 
     portion of U.S. Survey 10099 that is north of the right-of-
     way for Forest Development Road 3030-295 and southeast of 
     Tract CC-8.
       (3) Right-of-way.--The United States may reserve a right-
     of-way to provide access to the National Forest System land 
     excluded from the conveyance to the City under paragraph 
     (2)(B).
       (4) Reversion.--If any portion of the land conveyed under 
     paragraph (1) (other than a portion of land sold under 
     paragraph (5)) ceases to be used for public purposes, the 
     land shall, at the option of the Secretary, revert to the 
     United States.
       (5) Conditions on subsequent conveyances.--If the City 
     sells any portion of the land conveyed to the City under 
     paragraph (1)--
       (A) the amount of consideration for the sale shall reflect 
     fair market value, as determined by an appraisal; and
       (B) the City shall pay to the Secretary an amount equal to 
     the gross proceeds of the sale, which shall be available, 
     without further appropriation, for the Tongass National 
     Forest.

     SEC. 3302. BEAVERHEAD-DEERLODGE NATIONAL FOREST LAND 
                   CONVEYANCE, MONTANA.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) County.--The term ``County'' means Jefferson County, 
     Montana.
       (2) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map that is--
       (A) entitled ``Elkhorn Cemetery'';
       (B) dated May 9, 2005; and
       (C) on file in the office of the Beaverhead-Deerlodge 
     National Forest Supervisor.
       (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of Agriculture.
       (b) Conveyance to Jefferson County, Montana.--
       (1) Conveyance.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
     enactment of this Act and subject to valid existing rights, 
     the Secretary (acting through the Regional Forester, Northern 
     Region, Missoula, Montana) shall convey by quitclaim deed to 
     the County for no consideration, all right, title, and 
     interest of the United States, except as provided in 
     paragraph (5), in and to the parcel of land described in 
     paragraph (2).
       (2) Description of land.--The parcel of land referred to in 
     paragraph (1) is the parcel of approximately 9.67 acres of 
     National Forest System land (including any improvements to 
     the land) in the County that is known as the ``Elkhorn 
     Cemetery'', as generally depicted on the map.
       (3) Use of land.--As a condition of the conveyance under 
     paragraph (1), the County shall--
       (A) use the land described in paragraph (2) as a County 
     cemetery; and
       (B) agree to manage the cemetery with due consideration and 
     protection for the historic and cultural values of the 
     cemetery, under such terms and conditions as are agreed to by 
     the Secretary and the County.
       (4) Easement.--In conveying the land to the County under 
     paragraph (1), the Secretary, in accordance with applicable 
     law, shall grant to the County an easement across certain 
     National Forest System land, as generally depicted on the 
     map, to provide access to the land conveyed under that 
     paragraph.
       (5) Reversion.--In the quitclaim deed to the County, the 
     Secretary shall provide that the land conveyed to the County 
     under paragraph (1) shall revert to the Secretary, at the 
     election of the Secretary, if the land is--
       (A) used for a purpose other than the purposes described in 
     paragraph (3)(A); or
       (B) managed by the County in a manner that is inconsistent 
     with paragraph (3)(B).

     SEC. 3303. SANTA FE NATIONAL FOREST; PECOS NATIONAL 
                   HISTORICAL PARK LAND EXCHANGE.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Federal land.--The term ``Federal land'' means the 
     approximately 160 acres of Federal land within the Santa Fe 
     National Forest in the State, as depicted on the map.

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       (2) Landowner.--The term ``landowner'' means the 1 or more 
     owners of the non-Federal land.
       (3) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled 
     ``Proposed Land Exchange for Pecos National Historical 
     Park'', numbered 430/80,054, dated November 19, 1999, and 
     revised September 18, 2000.
       (4) Non-federal land.--The term ``non-Federal land'' means 
     the approximately 154 acres of non-Federal land in the Park, 
     as depicted on the map.
       (5) Park.--The term ``Park'' means the Pecos National 
     Historical Park in the State.
       (6) Secretaries.--The term ``Secretaries'' means the 
     Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture, 
     acting jointly.
       (7) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of New 
     Mexico.
       (b) Land Exchange.--
       (1) In general.--If the Secretary of the Interior accepts 
     the non-Federal land, title to which is acceptable to the 
     Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of Agriculture 
     shall, subject to the conditions of this section and the 
     National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et 
     seq.), convey to the landowner the Federal land.
       (2) Easement.--
       (A) In general.--As a condition of the conveyance of the 
     non-Federal land, the landowner may reserve an easement 
     (including an easement for service access) for water 
     pipelines to 2 well sites located in the Park, as generally 
     depicted on the map.
       (B) Route.--The Secretary of the Interior and the landowner 
     shall determine the appropriate route of the easement through 
     the non-Federal land.
       (C) Terms and conditions.--The easement shall include such 
     terms and conditions relating to the use of, and access to, 
     the well sites and pipeline, as the Secretary of the Interior 
     and the landowner determine to be appropriate.
       (D) Applicable law.--The easement shall be established, 
     operated, and maintained in compliance with applicable 
     Federal, State, and local laws.
       (3) Valuation, appraisals, and equalization.--
       (A) In general.--The value of the Federal land and non-
     Federal land--
       (i) shall be equal, as determined by appraisals conducted 
     in accordance with subparagraph (B); or
       (ii) if the value is not equal, shall be equalized in 
     accordance with subparagraph (C).
       (B) Appraisals.--
       (i) In general.--The Federal land and non-Federal land 
     shall be appraised by an independent appraiser selected by 
     the Secretaries.
       (ii) Requirements.--An appraisal conducted under clause (i) 
     shall be conducted in accordance with--

       (I) the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land 
     Acquisitions; and
       (II) the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal 
     Practice.

       (iii) Approval.--The appraisals conducted under this 
     subparagraph shall be submitted to the Secretaries for 
     approval.
       (C) Equalization of values.--
       (i) In general.--If the values of the non-Federal land and 
     the Federal land are not equal, the values may be equalized 
     in accordance with section 206 of the Federal Land Policy and 
     Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716).
       (ii) Cash equalization payments.--Any amounts received by 
     the Secretary of Agriculture as a cash equalization payment 
     under section 206(b) of the Federal Land Policy and 
     Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716(b)) shall--

       (I) be deposited in the fund established by Public Law 90-
     171 (commonly known as the ``Sisk Act'') (16 U.S.C. 484a); 
     and
       (II) be available for expenditure, without further 
     appropriation, for the acquisition of land and interests in 
     land in the State.

       (4) Costs.--Before the completion of the exchange under 
     this subsection, the Secretaries and the landowner shall 
     enter into an agreement that allocates the costs of the 
     exchange among the Secretaries and the landowner.
       (5) Applicable law.--Except as otherwise provided in this 
     section, the exchange of land and interests in land under 
     this section shall be in accordance with--
       (A) section 206 of the Federal Land Policy and Management 
     Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716); and
       (B) other applicable Federal, State, and local laws.
       (6) Additional terms and conditions.--The Secretaries may 
     require, in addition to any requirements under this section, 
     such terms and conditions relating to the exchange of Federal 
     land and non-Federal land and the granting of easements under 
     this section as the Secretaries determine to be appropriate 
     to protect the interests of the United States.
       (7) Completion of the exchange.--
       (A) In general.--The exchange of Federal land and non-
     Federal land shall be completed not later than 180 days after 
     the later of--
       (i) the date on which the requirements of the National 
     Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.) 
     have been met;
       (ii) the date on which the Secretary of the Interior 
     approves the appraisals under paragraph (3)(B)(iii); or
       (iii) the date on which the Secretaries and the landowner 
     agree on the costs of the exchange and any other terms and 
     conditions of the exchange under this subsection.
       (B) Notice.--The Secretaries shall submit to the Committee 
     on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate and the 
     Committee on Resources of the House of Representatives notice 
     of the completion of the exchange of Federal land and non-
     Federal land under this subsection.
       (c) Administration.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary of the Interior shall 
     administer the non-Federal land acquired under this section 
     in accordance with the laws generally applicable to units of 
     the National Park System, including the Act of August 25, 
     1916 (commonly known as the ``National Park Service Organic 
     Act'') (16 U.S.C. 1 et seq.).
       (2) Maps.--
       (A) In general.--The map shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the 
     Secretaries.
       (B) Transmittal of revised map to congress.--Not later than 
     180 days after completion of the exchange, the Secretaries 
     shall transmit to the Committee on Energy and Natural 
     Resources of the Senate and the Committee on Resources of the 
     House of Representatives a revised map that depicts--
       (i) the Federal land and non-Federal land exchanged under 
     this section; and
       (ii) the easement described in subsection (b)(2).

     SEC. 3304. SANTA FE NATIONAL FOREST LAND CONVEYANCE, NEW 
                   MEXICO.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Claim.--The term ``Claim'' means a claim of the 
     Claimants to any right, title, or interest in any land 
     located in lot 10, sec. 22, T. 18 N., R. 12 E., New Mexico 
     Principal Meridian, San Miguel County, New Mexico, except as 
     provided in subsection (b)(1).
       (2) Claimants.--The term ``Claimants'' means Ramona Lawson 
     and Boyd Lawson.
       (3) Federal land.--The term ``Federal land'' means a parcel 
     of National Forest System land in the Santa Fe National 
     Forest, New Mexico, that is--
       (A) comprised of approximately 6.20 acres of land; and
       (B) described and delineated in the survey.
       (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of Agriculture, acting through the Forest Service Regional 
     Forester, Southwestern Region.
       (5) Survey.--The term ``survey'' means the survey plat 
     entitled ``Boundary Survey and Conservation Easement Plat'', 
     prepared by Chris A. Chavez, Land Surveyor, Forest Service, 
     NMPLS#12793, and recorded on February 27, 2007, at book 55, 
     page 93, of the land records of San Miguel County, New 
     Mexico.
       (b) Santa Fe National Forest Land Conveyance.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall, except as provided in 
     subparagraph (A) and subject to valid existing rights, convey 
     and quitclaim to the Claimants all right, title, and interest 
     of the United States in and to the Federal land in exchange 
     for--
       (A) the grant by the Claimants to the United States of a 
     scenic easement to the Federal land that--
       (i) protects the purposes for which the Federal land was 
     designated under the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1271 et seq.); and
       (ii) is determined to be acceptable by the Secretary; and
       (B) a release of the United States by the Claimants of--
       (i) the Claim; and
       (ii) any additional related claims of the Claimants against 
     the United States.
       (2) Survey.--The Secretary, with the approval of the 
     Claimants, may make minor corrections to the survey and legal 
     description of the Federal land to correct clerical, 
     typographical, and surveying errors.
       (3) Satisfaction of claim.--The conveyance of Federal land 
     under paragraph (1) shall constitute a full satisfaction of 
     the Claim.

     SEC. 3305. KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, LAND CONVEYANCE.

       (a) Conveyance Required.--The Secretary of Agriculture 
     shall convey, without consideration, to the King and Kittitas 
     Counties Fire District #51 of King and Kittitas Counties, 
     Washington (in this section referred to as the ``District''), 
     all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to 
     a parcel of National Forest System land in Kittitas County, 
     Washington, consisting of approximately 1.5 acres within the 
     SW\1/4\ of the SE\1/4\ of section 4, township 22 north, range 
     11 east, Willamette meridian, for the purpose of permitting 
     the District to use the parcel as a site for a new Snoqualmie 
     Pass fire and rescue station.
       (b) Reversionary Interest.--If the Secretary determines at 
     any time that the real property conveyed under subsection (a) 
     is not being used in accordance with the purpose of the 
     conveyance specified in such subsection, all right, title, 
     and interest in and to the property shall revert, at the 
     option of the Secretary, to the United States, and the United 
     States shall have the right of immediate entry onto the 
     property. Any determination of the Secretary under this 
     subsection shall be made on the record after an opportunity 
     for a hearing.
       (c) Survey.--If necessary, the exact acreage and legal 
     description of the lands to be conveyed under subsection (a) 
     shall be determined by a survey satisfactory to the 
     Secretary. The cost of a survey shall be borne by the 
     District.
       (d) Additional Terms and Conditions.--The Secretary may 
     require such additional terms and conditions in connection 
     with the conveyance under subsection (a) as the Secretary 
     considers appropriate to protect the interests of the United 
     States.

     SEC. 3306. MAMMOTH COMMUNITY WATER DISTRICT USE RESTRICTIONS.

       Notwithstanding Public Law 90-171 (commonly known as the 
     ``Sisk Act'') (16 U.S.C. 484a), the approximately 36.25 acres 
     patented to the Mammoth County Water District (now known as 
     the ``Mammoth Community Water District'') by Patent No. 04-
     87-0038, on June 26, 1987, and recorded in volume 482, at 
     page 516, of the official records of the Recorder's Office, 
     Mono County, California, may be used for any public purpose.

     SEC. 3307. LAND EXCHANGE, WASATCH-CACHE NATIONAL FOREST, 
                   UTAH.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:

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       (1) City.--The term ``City'' means the City of Bountiful, 
     Utah.
       (2) Federal land.--The term ``Federal land'' means the land 
     under the jurisdiction of the Secretary identified on the map 
     as ``Shooting Range Special Use Permit Area''.
       (3) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled 
     ``Bountiful City Land Consolidation Act'' and dated October 
     15, 2007.
       (4) Non-federal land.--The term ``non-Federal land'' means 
     the 3 parcels of City land comprising a total of 
     approximately 1,680 acres, as generally depicted on the map.
       (5) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of Agriculture.
       (b) Exchange.--Subject to subsections (d) through (h), if 
     the City conveys to the Secretary all right, title, and 
     interest of the City in and to the non-Federal land, the 
     Secretary shall convey to the City all right, title, and 
     interest of the United States in and to the Federal land.
       (c) Availability of Map.--The map shall be on file and 
     available for public inspection in the appropriate offices of 
     the Forest Service.
       (d) Valuation and Equalization.--
       (1) Valuation.--The value of the Federal land and the non-
     Federal land to be conveyed under subsection (b)--
       (A) shall be equal, as determined by appraisals carried out 
     in accordance with section 206 of the Federal Land Policy and 
     Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716); or
       (B) if not equal, shall be equalized in accordance with 
     paragraph (2).
       (2) Equalization.--If the value of the Federal land and the 
     non-Federal land to be conveyed in a land exchange under this 
     section is not equal, the value may be equalized by--
       (A) making a cash equalization payment to the Secretary or 
     to the City, as appropriate; or
       (B) reducing the acreage of the Federal land or the non-
     Federal land to be exchanged, as appropriate.
       (e) Applicable Law.--Section 206 of the Federal Land Policy 
     and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716) shall apply to 
     the land exchange authorized under subsection (b), except 
     that the Secretary may accept a cash equalization payment in 
     excess of 25 percent of the value of the Federal land.
       (f) Conditions.--
       (1) Liability.--
       (A) In general.--As a condition of the exchange under 
     subsection (b), the Secretary shall--
       (i) require that the City--

       (I) assume all liability for the shooting range located on 
     the Federal land, including the past, present, and future 
     condition of the Federal land; and
       (II) hold the United States harmless for any liability for 
     the condition of the Federal land; and

       (ii) comply with the hazardous substances disclosure 
     requirements of section 120(h) of the Comprehensive 
     Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 
     1980 (42 U.S.C. 9620(h)).
       (B) Limitation.--Clauses (ii) and (iii) of section 
     120(h)(3)(A) of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, 
     Compensation, and Liability Act (42 U.S.C. 9620(h)(3)(A)) 
     shall not apply to the conveyance of Federal land under 
     subsection (b).
       (2) Additional terms and conditions.--The land exchange 
     under subsection (b) shall be subject to--
       (A) valid existing rights; and
       (B) such additional terms and conditions as the Secretary 
     may require.
       (g) Management of Acquired Land.--The non-Federal land 
     acquired by the Secretary under subsection (b) shall be--
       (1) added to, and administered as part of, the Wasatch-
     Cache National Forest; and
       (2) managed by the Secretary in accordance with--
       (A) the Act of March 1, 1911 (commonly known as the ``Weeks 
     Law'') (16 U.S.C. 480 et seq.); and
       (B) any laws (including regulations) applicable to the 
     National Forest System.
       (h) Easements; Rights-of-Way.--
       (1) Bonneville shoreline trail easement.--In carrying out 
     the land exchange under subsection (b), the Secretary shall 
     ensure that an easement not less than 60 feet in width is 
     reserved for the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.
       (2) Other rights-of-way.--The Secretary and the City may 
     reserve any other rights-of-way for utilities, roads, and 
     trails that--
       (A) are mutually agreed to by the Secretary and the City; 
     and
       (B) the Secretary and the City consider to be in the public 
     interest.
       (i) Disposal of Remaining Federal Land.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary may, by sale or exchange, 
     dispose of all, or a portion of, the parcel of National 
     Forest System land comprising approximately 220 acres, as 
     generally depicted on the map that remains after the 
     conveyance of the Federal land authorized under subsection 
     (b), if the Secretary determines, in accordance with 
     paragraph (2), that the land or portion of the land is in 
     excess of the needs of the National Forest System.
       (2) Requirements.--A determination under paragraph (1) 
     shall be made--
       (A) pursuant to an amendment of the land and resource 
     management plan for the Wasatch-Cache National Forest; and
       (B) after carrying out a public process consistent with the 
     National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et 
     seq.).
       (3) Consideration.--As consideration for any conveyance of 
     Federal land under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall require 
     payment of an amount equal to not less than the fair market 
     value of the conveyed National Forest System land.
       (4) Relation to other laws.--Any conveyance of Federal land 
     under paragraph (1) by exchange shall be subject to section 
     206 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
     U.S.C. 1716).
       (5) Disposition of proceeds.--Any amounts received by the 
     Secretary as consideration under subsection (d) or paragraph 
     (3) shall be--
       (A) deposited in the fund established under Public Law 90-
     171 (commonly known as the ``Sisk Act'') (16 U.S.C. 484a); 
     and
       (B) available to the Secretary, without further 
     appropriation and until expended, for the acquisition of land 
     or interests in land to be included in the Wasatch-Cache 
     National Forest.
       (6) Additional terms and conditions.--Any conveyance of 
     Federal land under paragraph (1) shall be subject to--
       (A) valid existing rights; and
       (B) such additional terms and conditions as the Secretary 
     may require.

     SEC. 3308. BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT, FRANK CHURCH RIVER OF NO 
                   RETURN WILDERNESS.

       (a) Purposes.--The purposes of this section are--
       (1) to adjust the boundaries of the wilderness area; and
       (2) to authorize the Secretary to sell the land designated 
     for removal from the wilderness area due to encroachment.
       (b) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Land designated for exclusion.--The term ``land 
     designated for exclusion'' means the parcel of land that is--
       (A) comprised of approximately 10.2 acres of land;
       (B) generally depicted on the survey plat entitled 
     ``Proposed Boundary Change FCRONRW Sections 15 (unsurveyed) 
     Township 14 North, Range 13 East, B.M., Custer County, 
     Idaho'' and dated November 14, 2001; and
       (C) more particularly described in the survey plat and 
     legal description on file in--
       (i) the office of the Chief of the Forest Service, 
     Washington, DC; and
       (ii) the office of the Intermountain Regional Forester, 
     Ogden, Utah.
       (2) Land designated for inclusion.--The term ``land 
     designated for inclusion'' means the parcel of National 
     Forest System land that is--
       (A) comprised of approximately 10.2 acres of land;
       (B) located in unsurveyed section 22, T. 14 N., R. 13 E., 
     Boise Meridian, Custer County, Idaho;
       (C) generally depicted on the map entitled ``Challis 
     National Forest, T. 14 N., R. 13 E., B.M., Custer County, 
     Idaho, Proposed Boundary Change FCRONRW'' and dated September 
     19, 2007; and
       (D) more particularly described on the map and legal 
     description on file in--
       (i) the office of the Chief of the Forest Service, 
     Washington, DC; and
       (ii) the Intermountain Regional Forester, Ogden, Utah.
       (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of Agriculture.
       (4) Wilderness area.--The term ``wilderness area'' means 
     the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness designated by 
     section 3 of the Central Idaho Wilderness Act of 1980 (16 
     U.S.C. 1132 note; 94 Stat. 948).
       (c) Boundary Adjustment.--
       (1) Adjustment to wilderness area.--
       (A) Inclusion.--The wilderness area shall include the land 
     designated for inclusion.
       (B) Exclusion.--The wilderness area shall not include the 
     land designated for exclusion.
       (2) Corrections to legal descriptions.--The Secretary may 
     make corrections to the legal descriptions.
       (d) Conveyance of Land Designated for Exclusion.--
       (1) In general.--Subject to paragraph (2), to resolve the 
     encroachment on the land designated for exclusion, the 
     Secretary may sell for consideration in an amount equal to 
     fair market value--
       (A) the land designated for exclusion; and
       (B) as the Secretary determines to be necessary, not more 
     than 10 acres of land adjacent to the land designated for 
     exclusion.
       (2) Conditions.--The sale of land under paragraph (1) shall 
     be subject to the conditions that--
       (A) the land to be conveyed be appraised in accordance with 
     the Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land 
     Acquisitions;
       (B) the person buying the land shall pay--
       (i) the costs associated with appraising and, if the land 
     needs to be resurveyed, resurveying the land; and
       (ii) any analyses and closing costs associated with the 
     conveyance;
       (C) for management purposes, the Secretary may reconfigure 
     the description of the land for sale; and
       (D) the owner of the adjacent private land shall have the 
     first opportunity to buy the land.
       (3) Disposition of proceeds.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary shall deposit the cash 
     proceeds from a sale of land under paragraph (1) in the fund 
     established under Public Law 90-171 (commonly known as the 
     ``Sisk Act'') (16 U.S.C. 484a).
       (B) Availability and use.--Amounts deposited under 
     subparagraph (A)--
       (i) shall remain available until expended for the 
     acquisition of land for National Forest purposes in the State 
     of Idaho; and
       (ii) shall not be subject to transfer or reprogramming 
     for--

       (I) wildland fire management; or
       (II) any other emergency purposes.

     SEC. 3309. SANDIA PUEBLO LAND EXCHANGE TECHNICAL AMENDMENT.

       Section 413(b) of the T'uf Shur Bien Preservation Trust 
     Area Act (16 U.S.C. 539m-11) is amended--
       (1) in paragraph (1), by inserting ``3,'' after 
     ``sections''; and
       (2) in the first sentence of paragraph (4), by inserting 
     ``, as a condition of the conveyance,'' before ``remain''.

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            Subtitle E--Colorado Northern Front Range Study

     SEC. 3401. PURPOSE.

       The purpose of this subtitle is to identify options that 
     may be available to assist in maintaining the open space 
     characteristics of land that is part of the mountain backdrop 
     of communities in the northern section of the Front Range 
     area of Colorado.

     SEC. 3402. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of Agriculture, acting through the Chief of the Forest 
     Service.
       (2) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Colorado.
       (3) Study area.--
       (A) In general.--The term ``study area'' means the land in 
     southern Boulder, northern Jefferson, and northern Gilpin 
     Counties, Colorado, that is located west of Colorado State 
     Highway 93, south and east of Colorado State Highway 119, and 
     north of Colorado State Highway 46, as generally depicted on 
     the map entitled ``Colorado Northern Front Range Mountain 
     Backdrop Protection Study Act: Study Area'' and dated August 
     27, 2008.
       (B) Exclusions.--The term ``study area'' does not include 
     land within the city limits of the cities of Arvada, Boulder, 
     or Golden, Colorado.
       (4) Undeveloped land.--The term ``undeveloped land'' means 
     land--
       (A) that is located within the study area;
       (B) that is free or primarily free of structures; and
       (C) the development of which is likely to affect adversely 
     the scenic, wildlife, or recreational value of the study 
     area.

     SEC. 3403. COLORADO NORTHERN FRONT RANGE MOUNTAIN BACKDROP 
                   STUDY.

       (a) Study; Report.--Not later than 1 year after the date of 
     enactment of this Act and except as provided in subsection 
     (c), the Secretary shall--
       (1) conduct a study of the land within the study area; and
       (2) complete a report that--
       (A) identifies the present ownership of the land within the 
     study area;
       (B) identifies any undeveloped land that may be at risk of 
     development; and
       (C) describes any actions that could be taken by the United 
     States, the State, a political subdivision of the State, or 
     any other parties to preserve the open and undeveloped 
     character of the land within the study area.
       (b) Requirements.--The Secretary shall conduct the study 
     and develop the report under subsection (a) with the support 
     and participation of 1 or more of the following State and 
     local entities:
       (1) The Colorado Department of Natural Resources.
       (2) Colorado State Forest Service.
       (3) Colorado State Conservation Board.
       (4) Great Outdoors Colorado.
       (5) Boulder, Jefferson, and Gilpin Counties, Colorado.
       (c) Limitation.--If the State and local entities specified 
     in subsection (b) do not support and participate in the 
     conduct of the study and the development of the report under 
     this section, the Secretary may--
       (1) decrease the area covered by the study area, as 
     appropriate; or
       (2)(A) opt not to conduct the study or develop the report; 
     and
       (B) submit to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources 
     of the Senate and the Committee on Natural Resources of the 
     House of Representatives notice of the decision not to 
     conduct the study or develop the report.
       (d) Effect.--Nothing in this subtitle authorizes the 
     Secretary to take any action that would affect the use of any 
     land not owned by the United States.

                 TITLE IV--FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION

     SEC. 4001. PURPOSE.

       The purpose of this title is to encourage the 
     collaborative, science-based ecosystem restoration of 
     priority forest landscapes through a process that--
       (1) encourages ecological, economic, and social 
     sustainability;
       (2) leverages local resources with national and private 
     resources;
       (3) facilitates the reduction of wildfire management costs, 
     including through reestablishing natural fire regimes and 
     reducing the risk of uncharacteristic wildfire; and
       (4) demonstrates the degree to which--
       (A) various ecological restoration techniques--
       (i) achieve ecological and watershed health objectives; and
       (ii) affect wildfire activity and management costs; and
       (B) the use of forest restoration byproducts can offset 
     treatment costs while benefitting local rural economies and 
     improving forest health.

     SEC. 4002. DEFINITIONS.

       In this title:
       (1) Fund.--The term ``Fund'' means the Collaborative Forest 
     Landscape Restoration Fund established by section 4003(f).
       (2) Program.--The term ``program'' means the Collaborative 
     Forest Landscape Restoration Program established under 
     section 4003(a).
       (3) Proposal.--The term ``proposal'' means a collaborative 
     forest landscape restoration proposal described in section 
     4003(b).
       (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of Agriculture, acting through the Chief of the Forest 
     Service.
       (5) Strategy.--The term ``strategy'' means a landscape 
     restoration strategy described in section 4003(b)(1).

     SEC. 4003. COLLABORATIVE FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION 
                   PROGRAM.

       (a) In General.--The Secretary, in consultation with the 
     Secretary of the Interior, shall establish a Collaborative 
     Forest Landscape Restoration Program to select and fund 
     ecological restoration treatments for priority forest 
     landscapes in accordance with--
       (1) the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1531 et 
     seq.);
       (2) the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 
     U.S.C. 4321 et seq.); and
       (3) any other applicable law.
       (b) Eligibility Criteria.--To be eligible for nomination 
     under subsection (c), a collaborative forest landscape 
     restoration proposal shall--
       (1) be based on a landscape restoration strategy that--
       (A) is complete or substantially complete;
       (B) identifies and prioritizes ecological restoration 
     treatments for a 10-year period within a landscape that is--
       (i) at least 50,000 acres;
       (ii) comprised primarily of forested National Forest System 
     land, but may also include land under the jurisdiction of the 
     Bureau of Land Management, land under the jurisdiction of the 
     Bureau of Indian Affairs, or other Federal, State, tribal, or 
     private land;
       (iii) in need of active ecosystem restoration; and
       (iv) accessible by existing or proposed wood-processing 
     infrastructure at an appropriate scale to use woody biomass 
     and small-diameter wood removed in ecological restoration 
     treatments;
       (C) incorporates the best available science and scientific 
     application tools in ecological restoration strategies;
       (D) fully maintains, or contributes toward the restoration 
     of, the structure and composition of old growth stands 
     according to the pre-fire suppression old growth conditions 
     characteristic of the forest type, taking into account the 
     contribution of the stand to landscape fire adaptation and 
     watershed health and retaining the large trees contributing 
     to old growth structure;
       (E) would carry out any forest restoration treatments that 
     reduce hazardous fuels by--
       (i) focusing on small diameter trees, thinning, strategic 
     fuel breaks, and fire use to modify fire behavior, as 
     measured by the projected reduction of uncharacteristically 
     severe wildfire effects for the forest type (such as adverse 
     soil impacts, tree mortality or other impacts); and
       (ii) maximizing the retention of large trees, as 
     appropriate for the forest type, to the extent that the trees 
     promote fire-resilient stands; and
       (F)(i) does not include the establishment of permanent 
     roads; and
       (ii) would commit funding to decommission all temporary 
     roads constructed to carry out the strategy;
       (2) be developed and implemented through a collaborative 
     process that--
       (A) includes multiple interested persons representing 
     diverse interests; and
       (B)(i) is transparent and nonexclusive; or
       (ii) meets the requirements for a resource advisory 
     committee under subsections (c) through (f) of section 205 of 
     Public Law 106-393 (16 U.S.C. 500 note);
       (3) describe plans to--
       (A) reduce the risk of uncharacteristic wildfire, including 
     through the use of fire for ecological restoration and 
     maintenance and reestablishing natural fire regimes, where 
     appropriate;
       (B) improve fish and wildlife habitat, including for 
     endangered, threatened, and sensitive species;
       (C) maintain or improve water quality and watershed 
     function;
       (D) prevent, remediate, or control invasions of exotic 
     species;
       (E) maintain, decommission, and rehabilitate roads and 
     trails;
       (F) use woody biomass and small-diameter trees produced 
     from projects implementing the strategy;
       (G) report annually on performance, including through 
     performance measures from the plan entitled the ``10 Year 
     Comprehensive Strategy Implementation Plan'' and dated 
     December 2006; and
       (H) take into account any applicable community wildfire 
     protection plan;
       (4) analyze any anticipated cost savings, including those 
     resulting from--
       (A) reduced wildfire management costs; and
       (B) a decrease in the unit costs of implementing ecological 
     restoration treatments over time;
       (5) estimate--
       (A) the annual Federal funding necessary to implement the 
     proposal; and
       (B) the amount of new non-Federal investment for carrying 
     out the proposal that would be leveraged;
       (6) describe the collaborative process through which the 
     proposal was developed, including a description of--
       (A) participation by or consultation with State, local, and 
     Tribal governments; and
       (B) any established record of successful collaborative 
     planning and implementation of ecological restoration 
     projects on National Forest System land and other land 
     included in the proposal by the collaborators; and
       (7) benefit local economies by providing local employment 
     or training opportunities through contracts, grants, or 
     agreements for restoration planning, design, implementation, 
     or monitoring with--
       (A) local private, nonprofit, or cooperative entities;
       (B) Youth Conservation Corps crews or related partnerships, 
     with State, local, and non-profit youth groups;
       (C) existing or proposed small or micro-businesses, 
     clusters, or incubators; or
       (D) other entities that will hire or train local people to 
     complete such contracts, grants, or agreements; and
       (8) be subject to any other requirements that the 
     Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of the 
     Interior, determines to be necessary

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     for the efficient and effective administration of the 
     program.
       (c) Nomination Process.--
       (1) Submission.--A proposal shall be submitted to--
       (A) the appropriate Regional Forester; and
       (B) if actions under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of 
     the Interior are proposed, the appropriate--
       (i) State Director of the Bureau of Land Management;
       (ii) Regional Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs; or
       (iii) other official of the Department of the Interior.
       (2) Nomination.--
       (A) In general.--A Regional Forester may nominate for 
     selection by the Secretary any proposals that meet the 
     eligibility criteria established by subsection (b).
       (B) Concurrence.--Any proposal nominated by the Regional 
     Forester that proposes actions under the jurisdiction of the 
     Secretary of the Interior shall include the concurrence of 
     the appropriate--
       (i) State Director of the Bureau of Land Management;
       (ii) Regional Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs; or
       (iii) other official of the Department of the Interior.
       (3) Documentation.--With respect to each proposal that is 
     nominated under paragraph (2)--
       (A) the appropriate Regional Forester shall--
       (i) include a plan to use Federal funds allocated to the 
     region to fund those costs of planning and carrying out 
     ecological restoration treatments on National Forest System 
     land, consistent with the strategy, that would not be covered 
     by amounts transferred to the Secretary from the Fund; and
       (ii) provide evidence that amounts proposed to be 
     transferred to the Secretary from the Fund during the first 2 
     fiscal years following selection would be used to carry out 
     ecological restoration treatments consistent with the 
     strategy during the same fiscal year in which the funds are 
     transferred to the Secretary;
       (B) if actions under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of 
     the Interior are proposed, the nomination shall include a 
     plan to fund such actions, consistent with the strategy, by 
     the appropriate--
       (i) State Director of the Bureau of Land Management;
       (ii) Regional Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs; or
       (iii) other official of the Department of the Interior; and
       (C) if actions on land not under the jurisdiction of the 
     Secretary or the Secretary of the Interior are proposed, the 
     appropriate Regional Forester shall provide evidence that the 
     landowner intends to participate in, and provide appropriate 
     funding to carry out, the actions.
       (d) Selection Process.--
       (1) In general.--After consulting with the advisory panel 
     established under subsection (e), the Secretary, in 
     consultation with the Secretary of the Interior, shall, 
     subject to paragraph (2), select the best proposals that--
       (A) have been nominated under subsection (c)(2); and
       (B) meet the eligibility criteria established by subsection 
     (b).
       (2) Criteria.--In selecting proposals under paragraph (1), 
     the Secretary shall give special consideration to--
       (A) the strength of the proposal and strategy;
       (B) the strength of the ecological case of the proposal and 
     the proposed ecological restoration strategies;
       (C) the strength of the collaborative process and the 
     likelihood of successful collaboration throughout 
     implementation;
       (D) whether the proposal is likely to achieve reductions in 
     long-term wildfire management costs;
       (E) whether the proposal would reduce the relative costs of 
     carrying out ecological restoration treatments as a result of 
     the use of woody biomass and small-diameter trees; and
       (F) whether an appropriate level of non-Federal investment 
     would be leveraged in carrying out the proposal.
       (3) Limitation.--The Secretary may select not more than--
       (A) 10 proposals to be funded during any fiscal year;
       (B) 2 proposals in any 1 region of the National Forest 
     System to be funded during any fiscal year; and
       (C) the number of proposals that the Secretary determines 
     are likely to receive adequate funding.
       (e) Advisory Panel.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall establish and maintain 
     an advisory panel comprised of not more than 15 members to 
     evaluate, and provide recommendations on, each proposal that 
     has been nominated under subsection (c)(2).
       (2) Representation.--The Secretary shall ensure that the 
     membership of the advisory panel is fairly balanced in terms 
     of the points of view represented and the functions to be 
     performed by the advisory panel.
       (3) Inclusion.--The advisory panel shall include experts in 
     ecological restoration, fire ecology, fire management, rural 
     economic development, strategies for ecological adaptation to 
     climate change, fish and wildlife ecology, and woody biomass 
     and small-diameter tree utilization.
       (f) Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Fund.--
       (1) Establishment.--There is established in the Treasury of 
     the United States a fund, to be known as the ``Collaborative 
     Forest Landscape Restoration Fund'', to be used to pay up to 
     50 percent of the cost of carrying out and monitoring 
     ecological restoration treatments on National Forest System 
     land for each proposal selected to be carried out under 
     subsection (d).
       (2) Inclusion.--The cost of carrying out ecological 
     restoration treatments as provided in paragraph (1) may, as 
     the Secretary determines to be appropriate, include 
     cancellation and termination costs required to be obligated 
     for contracts to carry out ecological restoration treatments 
     on National Forest System land for each proposal selected to 
     be carried out under subsection (d).
       (3) Contents.--The Fund shall consist of such amounts as 
     are appropriated to the Fund under paragraph (6).
       (4) Expenditures from fund.--
       (A) In general.--On request by the Secretary, the Secretary 
     of the Treasury shall transfer from the Fund to the Secretary 
     such amounts as the Secretary determines are appropriate, in 
     accordance with paragraph (1).
       (B) Limitation.--The Secretary shall not expend money from 
     the Fund on any 1 proposal--
       (i) during a period of more than 10 fiscal years; or
       (ii) in excess of $4,000,000 in any 1 fiscal year.
       (5) Accounting and reporting system.--The Secretary shall 
     establish an accounting and reporting system for the Fund.
       (6) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
     to be appropriated to the Fund $40,000,000 for each of fiscal 
     years 2009 through 2019, to remain available until expended.
       (g) Program Implementation and Monitoring.--
       (1) Work plan.--Not later than 180 days after the date on 
     which a proposal is selected to be carried out, the Secretary 
     shall create, in collaboration with the interested persons, 
     an implementation work plan and budget to implement the 
     proposal that includes--
       (A) a description of the manner in which the proposal would 
     be implemented to achieve ecological and community economic 
     benefit, including capacity building to accomplish 
     restoration;
       (B) a business plan that addresses--
       (i) the anticipated unit treatment cost reductions over 10 
     years;
       (ii) the anticipated costs for infrastructure needed for 
     the proposal;
       (iii) the projected sustainability of the supply of woody 
     biomass and small-diameter trees removed in ecological 
     restoration treatments; and
       (iv) the projected local economic benefits of the proposal;
       (C) documentation of the non-Federal investment in the 
     priority landscape, including the sources and uses of the 
     investments; and
       (D) a plan to decommission any temporary roads established 
     to carry out the proposal.
       (2) Project implementation.--Amounts transferred to the 
     Secretary from the Fund shall be used to carry out ecological 
     restoration treatments that are--
       (A) consistent with the proposal and strategy; and
       (B) identified through the collaborative process described 
     in subsection (b)(2).
       (3) Annual report.--The Secretary, in collaboration with 
     the Secretary of the Interior and interested persons, shall 
     prepare an annual report on the accomplishments of each 
     selected proposal that includes--
       (A) a description of all acres (or other appropriate unit) 
     treated and restored through projects implementing the 
     strategy;
       (B) an evaluation of progress, including performance 
     measures and how prior year evaluations have contributed to 
     improved project performance;
       (C) a description of community benefits achieved, including 
     any local economic benefits;
       (D) the results of the multiparty monitoring, evaluation, 
     and accountability process under paragraph (4); and
       (E) a summary of the costs of--
       (i) treatments; and
       (ii) relevant fire management activities.
       (4) Multiparty monitoring.--The Secretary shall, in 
     collaboration with the Secretary of the Interior and 
     interested persons, use a multiparty monitoring, evaluation, 
     and accountability process to assess the positive or negative 
     ecological, social, and economic effects of projects 
     implementing a selected proposal for not less than 15 years 
     after project implementation commences.
       (h) Report.--Not later than 5 years after the first fiscal 
     year in which funding is made available to carry out 
     ecological restoration projects under the program, and every 
     5 years thereafter, the Secretary, in consultation with the 
     Secretary of the Interior, shall submit a report on the 
     program, including an assessment of whether, and to what 
     extent, the program is fulfilling the purposes of this title, 
     to--
       (1) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate;
       (2) the Committee on Appropriations of the Senate;
       (3) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives; and
       (4) the Committee on Appropriations of the House of 
     Representatives.

     SEC. 4004. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

       There are authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary 
     and the Secretary of the Interior such sums as are necessary 
     to carry out this title.

                       TITLE V--RIVERS AND TRAILS

  Subtitle A--Additions to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System

     SEC. 5001. FOSSIL CREEK, ARIZONA.

       Section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1274(a)) (as amended by section 1852) is amended by adding at 
     the end the following:
       ``(205) Fossil creek, arizona.--Approximately 16.8 miles of 
     Fossil Creek from the confluence of Sand Rock and Calf Pen 
     Canyons to the confluence with the Verde River, to be 
     administered by the Secretary of Agriculture in the following 
     classes:

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       ``(A) The approximately 2.7-mile segment from the 
     confluence of Sand Rock and Calf Pen Canyons to the point 
     where the segment exits the Fossil Spring Wilderness, as a 
     wild river.
       ``(B) The approximately 7.5-mile segment from where the 
     segment exits the Fossil Creek Wilderness to the boundary of 
     the Mazatzal Wilderness, as a recreational river.
       ``(C) The 6.6-mile segment from the boundary of the 
     Mazatzal Wilderness downstream to the confluence with the 
     Verde River, as a wild river.''.

     SEC. 5002. SNAKE RIVER HEADWATERS, WYOMING.

       (a) Short Title.--This section may be cited as the ``Craig 
     Thomas Snake Headwaters Legacy Act of 2008''.
       (b) Findings; Purposes.--
       (1) Findings.--Congress finds that--
       (A) the headwaters of the Snake River System in northwest 
     Wyoming feature some of the cleanest sources of freshwater, 
     healthiest native trout fisheries, and most intact rivers and 
     streams in the lower 48 States;
       (B) the rivers and streams of the headwaters of the Snake 
     River System--
       (i) provide unparalleled fishing, hunting, boating, and 
     other recreational activities for--

       (I) local residents; and
       (II) millions of visitors from around the world; and

       (ii) are national treasures;
       (C) each year, recreational activities on the rivers and 
     streams of the headwaters of the Snake River System generate 
     millions of dollars for the economies of--
       (i) Teton County, Wyoming; and
       (ii) Lincoln County, Wyoming;
       (D) to ensure that future generations of citizens of the 
     United States enjoy the benefits of the rivers and streams of 
     the headwaters of the Snake River System, Congress should 
     apply the protections provided by the Wild and Scenic Rivers 
     Act (16 U.S.C. 1271 et seq.) to those rivers and streams; and
       (E) the designation of the rivers and streams of the 
     headwaters of the Snake River System under the Wild and 
     Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1271 et seq.) will signify to 
     the citizens of the United States the importance of 
     maintaining the outstanding and remarkable qualities of the 
     Snake River System while--
       (i) preserving public access to those rivers and streams;
       (ii) respecting private property rights (including existing 
     water rights); and
       (iii) continuing to allow historic uses of the rivers and 
     streams.
       (2) Purposes.--The purposes of this section are--
       (A) to protect for current and future generations of 
     citizens of the United States the outstandingly remarkable 
     scenic, natural, wildlife, fishery, recreational, scientific, 
     historic, and ecological values of the rivers and streams of 
     the headwaters of the Snake River System, while continuing to 
     deliver water and operate and maintain valuable irrigation 
     water infrastructure; and
       (B) to designate approximately 387.7 miles of the rivers 
     and streams of the headwaters of the Snake River System as 
     additions to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.
       (c) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Secretary concerned.--The term ``Secretary concerned'' 
     means--
       (A) the Secretary of Agriculture (acting through the Chief 
     of the Forest Service), with respect to each river segment 
     described in paragraph (205) of section 3(a) of the Wild and 
     Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) (as added by subsection 
     (d)) that is not located in--
       (i) Grand Teton National Park;
       (ii) Yellowstone National Park;
       (iii) the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway; or
       (iv) the National Elk Refuge; and
       (B) the Secretary of the Interior, with respect to each 
     river segment described in paragraph (205) of section 3(a) of 
     the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) (as added 
     by subsection (d)) that is located in--
       (i) Grand Teton National Park;
       (ii) Yellowstone National Park;
       (iii) the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway; or
       (iv) the National Elk Refuge.
       (2) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Wyoming.
       (d) Wild and Scenic River Designations, Snake River 
     Headwaters, Wyoming.--Section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic 
     Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) (as amended by section 5001) 
     is amended by adding at the end the following:
       ``(206) Snake river headwaters, wyoming.--The following 
     segments of the Snake River System, in the State of Wyoming:
       ``(A) Bailey creek.--The 7-mile segment of Bailey Creek, 
     from the divide with the Little Greys River north to its 
     confluence with the Snake River, as a wild river.
       ``(B) Blackrock creek.--The 22-mile segment from its source 
     to the Bridger-Teton National Forest boundary, as a scenic 
     river.
       ``(C) Buffalo fork of the snake river.--The portions of the 
     Buffalo Fork of the Snake River, consisting of--
       ``(i) the 55-mile segment consisting of the North Fork, the 
     Soda Fork, and the South Fork, upstream from Turpin Meadows, 
     as a wild river;
       ``(ii) the 14-mile segment from Turpin Meadows to the 
     upstream boundary of Grand Teton National Park, as a scenic 
     river; and
       ``(iii) the 7.7-mile segment from the upstream boundary of 
     Grand Teton National Park to its confluence with the Snake 
     River, as a scenic river.
       ``(D) Crystal creek.--The portions of Crystal Creek, 
     consisting of--
       ``(i) the 14-mile segment from its source to the Gros 
     Ventre Wilderness boundary, as a wild river; and
       ``(ii) the 5-mile segment from the Gros Ventre Wilderness 
     boundary to its confluence with the Gros Ventre River, as a 
     scenic river.
       ``(E) Granite creek.--The portions of Granite Creek, 
     consisting of--
       ``(i) the 12-mile segment from its source to the end of 
     Granite Creek Road, as a wild river; and
       ``(ii) the 9.5-mile segment from Granite Hot Springs to the 
     point 1 mile upstream from its confluence with the Hoback 
     River, as a scenic river.
       ``(F) Gros ventre river.--The portions of the Gros Ventre 
     River, consisting of--
       ``(i) the 16.5-mile segment from its source to Darwin 
     Ranch, as a wild river;
       ``(ii) the 39-mile segment from Darwin Ranch to the 
     upstream boundary of Grand Teton National Park, excluding the 
     section along Lower Slide Lake, as a scenic river; and
       ``(iii) the 3.3-mile segment flowing across the southern 
     boundary of Grand Teton National Park to the Highlands Drive 
     Loop Bridge, as a scenic river.
       ``(G) Hoback river.--The 10-mile segment from the point 10 
     miles upstream from its confluence with the Snake River to 
     its confluence with the Snake River, as a recreational river.
       ``(H) Lewis river.--The portions of the Lewis River, 
     consisting of--
       ``(i) the 5-mile segment from Shoshone Lake to Lewis Lake, 
     as a wild river; and
       ``(ii) the 12-mile segment from the outlet of Lewis Lake to 
     its confluence with the Snake River, as a scenic river.
       ``(I) Pacific creek.--The portions of Pacific Creek, 
     consisting of--
       ``(i) the 22.5-mile segment from its source to the Teton 
     Wilderness boundary, as a wild river; and
       ``(ii) the 11-mile segment from the Wilderness boundary to 
     its confluence with the Snake River, as a scenic river.
       ``(J) Shoal creek.--The 8-mile segment from its source to 
     the point 8 miles downstream from its source, as a wild 
     river.
       ``(K) Snake river.--The portions of the Snake River, 
     consisting of--
       ``(i) the 47-mile segment from its source to Jackson Lake, 
     as a wild river;
       ``(ii) the 24.8-mile segment from 1 mile downstream of 
     Jackson Lake Dam to 1 mile downstream of the Teton Park Road 
     bridge at Moose, Wyoming, as a scenic river; and
       ``(iii) the 19-mile segment from the mouth of the Hoback 
     River to the point 1 mile upstream from the Highway 89 bridge 
     at Alpine Junction, as a recreational river, the boundary of 
     the western edge of the corridor for the portion of the 
     segment extending from the point 3.3 miles downstream of the 
     mouth of the Hoback River to the point 4 miles downstream of 
     the mouth of the Hoback River being the ordinary high water 
     mark.
       ``(L) Willow creek.--The 16.2-mile segment from the point 
     16.2 miles upstream from its confluence with the Hoback River 
     to its confluence with the Hoback River, as a wild river.
       ``(M) Wolf creek.--The 7-mile segment from its source to 
     its confluence with the Snake River, as a wild river.''.
       (e) Management.--
       (1) In general.--Each river segment described in paragraph 
     (205) of section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1274(a)) (as added by subsection (d)) shall be managed 
     by the Secretary concerned.
       (2) Management plan.--
       (A) In general.--In accordance with subparagraph (A), not 
     later than 3 years after the date of enactment of this Act, 
     the Secretary concerned shall develop a management plan for 
     each river segment described in paragraph (205) of section 
     3(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) 
     (as added by subsection (d)) that is located in an area under 
     the jurisdiction of the Secretary concerned.
       (B) Required component.--Each management plan developed by 
     the Secretary concerned under subparagraph (A) shall contain, 
     with respect to the river segment that is the subject of the 
     plan, a section that contains an analysis and description of 
     the availability and compatibility of future development with 
     the wild and scenic character of the river segment (with 
     particular emphasis on each river segment that contains 1 or 
     more parcels of private land).
       (3) Quantification of water rights reserved by river 
     segments.--
       (A) The Secretary concerned shall apply for the 
     quantification of the water rights reserved by each river 
     segment designated by this section in accordance with the 
     procedural requirements of the laws of the State of Wyoming.
       (B) For the purpose of the quantification of water rights 
     under this subsection, with respect to each Wild and Scenic 
     River segment designated by this section--
       (i) the purposes for which the segments are designated, as 
     set forth in this section, are declared to be beneficial 
     uses; and
       (ii) the priority date of such right shall be the date of 
     enactment of this Act.
       (4) Stream gauges.--Consistent with the Wild and Scenic 
     Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1271 et seq.), the Secretary may carry 
     out activities at United States Geological Survey stream 
     gauges that are located on the Snake River (including 
     tributaries of the Snake River), including flow measurements 
     and operation, maintenance, and replacement.
       (5) Consent of property owner.--No property or interest in 
     property located within the boundaries of any river segment 
     described in paragraph (205) of section 3(a) of the Wild and 
     Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) (as added by subsection 
     (d)) may be acquired by the Secretary without the consent of 
     the owner of the property or interest in property.
       (6) Effect of designations.--
       (A) In general.--Nothing in this section affects valid 
     existing rights, including--
       (i) all interstate water compacts in existence on the date 
     of enactment of this Act (including

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     full development of any apportionment made in accordance with 
     the compacts);
       (ii) water rights in the States of Idaho and Wyoming; and
       (iii) water rights held by the United States.
       (B) Jackson lake; jackson lake dam.--Nothing in this 
     section shall affect the management and operation of Jackson 
     Lake or Jackson Lake Dam, including the storage, management, 
     and release of water.
       (f) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section.

     SEC. 5003. TAUNTON RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS.

       (a) Designation.--Section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic 
     Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) (as amended by section 
     5002(d)) is amended by adding at the end the following:
       ``(207) Taunton river, massachusetts.--The main stem of the 
     Taunton River from its headwaters at the confluence of the 
     Town and Matfield Rivers in the Town of Bridgewater 
     downstream 40 miles to the confluence with the Quequechan 
     River at the Route 195 Bridge in the City of Fall River, to 
     be administered by the Secretary of the Interior in 
     cooperation with the Taunton River Stewardship Council as 
     follows:
       ``(A) The 18-mile segment from the confluence of the Town 
     and Matfield Rivers to Route 24 in the Town of Raynham, as a 
     scenic river.
       ``(B) The 5-mile segment from Route 24 to 0.5 miles below 
     Weir Bridge in the City of Taunton, as a recreational river.
       ``(C) The 8-mile segment from 0.5 miles below Weir Bridge 
     to Muddy Cove in the Town of Dighton, as a scenic river.
       ``(D) The 9-mile segment from Muddy Cove to the confluence 
     with the Quequechan River at the Route 195 Bridge in the City 
     of Fall River, as a recreational river.''.
       (b) Management of Taunton River, Massachusetts.--
       (1) Taunton river stewardship plan.--
       (A) In general.--Each river segment designated by section 
     3(a)(206) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (as added by 
     subsection (a)) shall be managed in accordance with the 
     Taunton River Stewardship Plan, dated July 2005 (including 
     any amendment to the Taunton River Stewardship Plan that the 
     Secretary of the Interior (referred to in this subsection as 
     the ``Secretary'') determines to be consistent with this 
     section).
       (B) Effect.--The Taunton River Stewardship Plan described 
     in subparagraph (A) shall be considered to satisfy each 
     requirement relating to the comprehensive management plan 
     required under section 3(d) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act 
     (16 U.S.C. 1274(d)).
       (2) Cooperative agreements.--To provide for the long-term 
     protection, preservation, and enhancement of each river 
     segment designated by section 3(a)(206) of the Wild and 
     Scenic Rivers Act (as added by subsection (a)), pursuant to 
     sections 10(e) and 11(b)(1) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act 
     (16 U.S.C. 1281(e) and 1282(b)(1)), the Secretary may enter 
     into cooperative agreements (which may include provisions for 
     financial and other assistance) with--
       (A) the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (including political 
     subdivisions of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts);
       (B) the Taunton River Stewardship Council; and
       (C) any appropriate nonprofit organization, as determined 
     by the Secretary.
       (3) Relation to national park system.--Notwithstanding 
     section 10(c) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1281(c)), each river segment designated by section 3(a)(206) 
     of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (as added by subsection 
     (a)) shall not be--
       (A) administered as a unit of the National Park System; or
       (B) subject to the laws (including regulations) that govern 
     the administration of the National Park System.
       (4) Land management.--
       (A) Zoning ordinances.--The zoning ordinances adopted by 
     the Towns of Bridgewater, Halifax, Middleborough, Raynham, 
     Berkley, Dighton, Freetown, and Somerset, and the Cities of 
     Taunton and Fall River, Massachusetts (including any 
     provision of the zoning ordinances relating to the 
     conservation of floodplains, wetlands, and watercourses 
     associated with any river segment designated by section 
     3(a)(206) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (as added by 
     subsection (a))), shall be considered to satisfy each 
     standard and requirement described in section 6(c) of the 
     Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1277(c)).
       (B) Villages.--For the purpose of section 6(c) of the Wild 
     and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1277(c)), each town 
     described in subparagraph (A) shall be considered to be a 
     village.
       (C) Acquisition of land.--
       (i) Limitation of authority of secretary.--With respect to 
     each river segment designated by section 3(a)(206) of the 
     Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (as added by subsection (a)), the 
     Secretary may only acquire parcels of land--

       (I) by donation; or
       (II) with the consent of the owner of the parcel of land.

       (ii) Prohibition relating to acquisition of land by 
     condemnation.--In accordance with section 6(c) of the Wild 
     and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1277(c)), with respect to 
     each river segment designated by section 3(a)(206) of the 
     Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (as added by subsection (a)), the 
     Secretary may not acquire any parcel of land by condemnation.

               Subtitle B--Wild and Scenic Rivers Studies

     SEC. 5101. MISSISQUOI AND TROUT RIVERS STUDY.

       (a) Designation for Study.--Section 5(a) of the Wild and 
     Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1276(a)) is amended by adding at 
     the end the following:
       ``(140) Missisquoi and trout rivers, vermont.--The 
     approximately 25-mile segment of the upper Missisquoi from 
     its headwaters in Lowell to the Canadian border in North 
     Troy, the approximately 25-mile segment from the Canadian 
     border in East Richford to Enosburg Falls, and the 
     approximately 20-mile segment of the Trout River from its 
     headwaters to its confluence with the Missisquoi River.''.
       (b) Study and Report.--Section 5(b) of the Wild and Scenic 
     Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1276(b)) is amended by adding at the 
     end the following:
       ``(19) Missisquoi and trout rivers, vermont.--Not later 
     than 3 years after the date on which funds are made available 
     to carry out this paragraph, the Secretary of the Interior 
     shall--
       ``(A) complete the study of the Missisquoi and Trout 
     Rivers, Vermont, described in subsection (a)(140); and
       ``(B) submit a report describing the results of that study 
     to the appropriate committees of Congress.''.
       (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section.

          Subtitle C--Additions to the National Trails System

     SEC. 5201. ARIZONA NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL.

       Section 5(a) of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1244(a)) is amended by adding at the end the following:
       ``(27) Arizona national scenic trail.--
       ``(A) In general.--The Arizona National Scenic Trail, 
     extending approximately 807 miles across the State of Arizona 
     from the U.S.-Mexico international border to the Arizona-Utah 
     border, as generally depicted on the map entitled `Arizona 
     National Scenic Trail' and dated December 5, 2007, to be 
     administered by the Secretary of Agriculture, in consultation 
     with the Secretary of the Interior and appropriate State, 
     tribal, and local governmental agencies.
       ``(B) Availability of map.--The map shall be on file and 
     available for public inspection in appropriate offices of the 
     Forest Service.''.

     SEC. 5202. NEW ENGLAND NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL.

       (a) Authorization and Administration.--Section 5(a) of the 
     National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 1244(a)) (as amended by 
     section 5201) is amended by adding at the end the following:
       ``(28) New england national scenic trail.--The New England 
     National Scenic Trail, a continuous trail extending 
     approximately 220 miles from the border of New Hampshire in 
     the town of Royalston, Massachusetts to Long Island Sound in 
     the town of Guilford, Connecticut, as generally depicted on 
     the map titled `New England National Scenic Trail Proposed 
     Route', numbered T06/80,000, and dated October 2007. The map 
     shall be on file and available for public inspection in the 
     appropriate offices of the National Park Service. The 
     Secretary of the Interior, in consultation with appropriate 
     Federal, State, tribal, regional, and local agencies, and 
     other organizations, shall administer the trail after 
     considering the recommendations of the report titled the 
     `Metacomet Monadnock Mattabesset Trail System National Scenic 
     Trail Feasibility Study and Environmental Assessment', 
     prepared by the National Park Service, and dated Spring 2006. 
     The United States shall not acquire for the trail any land or 
     interest in land without the consent of the owner.''.
       (b) Management.--The Secretary of the Interior (referred to 
     in this section as the ``Secretary'') shall consider the 
     actions outlined in the Trail Management Blueprint described 
     in the report titled the ``Metacomet Monadnock Mattabesett 
     Trail System National Scenic Trail Feasibility Study and 
     Environmental Assessment'', prepared by the National Park 
     Service, and dated Spring 2006, as the framework for 
     management and administration of the New England National 
     Scenic Trail. Additional or more detailed plans for 
     administration, management, protection, access, maintenance, 
     or development of the trail may be developed consistent with 
     the Trail Management Blueprint, and as approved by the 
     Secretary.
       (c) Cooperative Agreements.--The Secretary is authorized to 
     enter into cooperative agreements with the Commonwealth of 
     Massachusetts (and its political subdivisions), the State of 
     Connecticut (and its political subdivisions), and other 
     regional, local, and private organizations deemed necessary 
     and desirable to accomplish cooperative trail administrative, 
     management, and protection objectives consistent with the 
     Trail Management Blueprint. An agreement under this 
     subsection may include provisions for limited financial 
     assistance to encourage participation in the planning, 
     acquisition, protection, operation, development, or 
     maintenance of the trail.
       (d) Additional Trail Segments.--Pursuant to section 6 of 
     the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 1245), the 
     Secretary is encouraged to work with the State of New 
     Hampshire and appropriate local and private organizations to 
     include that portion of the Metacomet-Monadnock Trail in New 
     Hampshire (which lies between Royalston, Massachusetts and 
     Jaffrey, New Hampshire) as a component of the New England 
     National Scenic Trail. Inclusion of this segment, as well as 
     other potential side or connecting trails, is contingent upon 
     written application to the Secretary by appropriate State and 
     local jurisdictions and a finding by the Secretary that trail 
     management and administration is consistent with the Trail 
     Management Blueprint.

     SEC. 5203. ICE AGE FLOODS NATIONAL GEOLOGIC TRAIL.

       (a) Findings; Purpose.--
       (1) Findings.--Congress finds that--
       (A) at the end of the last Ice Age, some 12,000 to 17,000 
     years ago, a series of cataclysmic floods occurred in what is 
     now the northwest region of

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     the United States, leaving a lasting mark of dramatic and 
     distinguishing features on the landscape of parts of the 
     States of Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon;
       (B) geological features that have exceptional value and 
     quality to illustrate and interpret this extraordinary 
     natural phenomenon are present on Federal, State, tribal, 
     county, municipal, and private land in the region; and
       (C) in 2001, a joint study team headed by the National Park 
     Service that included about 70 members from public and 
     private entities completed a study endorsing the 
     establishment of an Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail--
       (i) to recognize the national significance of this 
     phenomenon; and
       (ii) to coordinate public and private sector entities in 
     the presentation of the story of the Ice Age floods.
       (2) Purpose.--The purpose of this section is to designate 
     the Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail in the States of 
     Montana, Idaho, Washington, and Oregon, enabling the public 
     to view, experience, and learn about the features and story 
     of the Ice Age floods through the collaborative efforts of 
     public and private entities.
       (b) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Ice age floods; floods.--The term ``Ice Age floods'' or 
     ``floods'' means the cataclysmic floods that occurred in what 
     is now the northwestern United States during the last Ice Age 
     from massive, rapid and recurring drainage of Glacial Lake 
     Missoula.
       (2) Plan.--The term ``plan'' means the cooperative 
     management and interpretation plan authorized under 
     subsection (f)(5).
       (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (4) Trail.--The term ``Trail'' means the Ice Age Floods 
     National Geologic Trail designated by subsection (c).
       (c) Designation.--In order to provide for public 
     appreciation, understanding, and enjoyment of the nationally 
     significant natural and cultural features of the Ice Age 
     floods and to promote collaborative efforts for 
     interpretation and education among public and private 
     entities located along the pathways of the floods, there is 
     designated the Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail.
       (d) Location.--
       (1) Map.--The route of the Trail shall be as generally 
     depicted on the map entitled ``Ice Age Floods National 
     Geologic Trail,'' numbered P43/80,000 and dated June 2004.
       (2) Route.--The route shall generally follow public roads 
     and highways.
       (3) Revision.--The Secretary may revise the map by 
     publication in the Federal Register of a notice of 
     availability of a new map as part of the plan.
       (e) Map Availability.--The map referred to in subsection 
     (d)(1) shall be on file and available for public inspection 
     in the appropriate offices of the National Park Service.
       (f) Administration.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary, acting through the Director 
     of the National Park Service, shall administer the Trail in 
     accordance with this section.
       (2) Limitation.--Except as provided in paragraph (6)(B), 
     the Trail shall not be considered to be a unit of the 
     National Park System.
       (3) Trail management office.--To improve management of the 
     Trail and coordinate Trail activities with other public 
     agencies and private entities, the Secretary may establish 
     and operate a trail management office at a central location 
     within the vicinity of the Trail.
       (4) Interpretive facilities.--The Secretary may plan, 
     design, and construct interpretive facilities for sites 
     associated with the Trail if the facilities are constructed 
     in partnership with State, local, tribal, or non-profit 
     entities and are consistent with the plan.
       (5) Management plan.--
       (A) In general.--Not later than 3 years after funds are 
     made available to carry out this section, the Secretary shall 
     prepare a cooperative management and interpretation plan for 
     the Trail.
       (B) Consultation.--The Secretary shall prepare the plan in 
     consultation with--
       (i) State, local, and tribal governments;
       (ii) the Ice Age Floods Institute;
       (iii) private property owners; and
       (iv) other interested parties.
       (C) Contents.--The plan shall--
       (i) confirm and, if appropriate, expand on the inventory of 
     features of the floods contained in the National Park Service 
     study entitled ``Ice Age Floods, Study of Alternatives and 
     Environmental Assessment'' (February 2001) by--

       (I) locating features more accurately;
       (II) improving the description of features; and
       (III) reevaluating the features in terms of their 
     interpretive potential;

       (ii) review and, if appropriate, modify the map of the 
     Trail referred to in subsection (d)(1);
       (iii) describe strategies for the coordinated development 
     of the Trail, including an interpretive plan for facilities, 
     waysides, roadside pullouts, exhibits, media, and programs 
     that present the story of the floods to the public 
     effectively; and
       (iv) identify potential partnering opportunities in the 
     development of interpretive facilities and educational 
     programs to educate the public about the story of the floods.
       (6) Cooperative management.--
       (A) In general.--In order to facilitate the development of 
     coordinated interpretation, education, resource stewardship, 
     visitor facility development and operation, and scientific 
     research associated with the Trail and to promote more 
     efficient administration of the sites associated with the 
     Trail, the Secretary may enter into cooperative management 
     agreements with appropriate officials in the States of 
     Montana, Idaho, Washington, and Oregon in accordance with the 
     authority provided for units of the National Park System 
     under section 3(l) of Public Law 91-383 (16 U.S.C. 1a-2(l)).
       (B) Authority.--For purposes of this paragraph only, the 
     Trail shall be considered a unit of the National Park System.
       (7) Cooperative agreements.--The Secretary may enter into 
     cooperative agreements with public or private entities to 
     carry out this section.
       (8) Effect on private property rights.--Nothing in this 
     section--
       (A) requires any private property owner to allow public 
     access (including Federal, State, or local government access) 
     to private property; or
       (B) modifies any provision of Federal, State, or local law 
     with respect to public access to or use of private land.
       (9) Liability.--Designation of the Trail by subsection (c) 
     does not create any liability for, or affect any liability 
     under any law of, any private property owner with respect to 
     any person injured on the private property.
       (g) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section, of which not more than $12,000,000 may be used 
     for development of the Trail.

     SEC. 5204. WASHINGTON-ROCHAMBEAU REVOLUTIONARY ROUTE NATIONAL 
                   HISTORIC TRAIL.

       Section 5(a) of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1244(a)) (as amended by section 5202(a)) is amended by adding 
     at the end the following:
       ``(29) Washington-rochambeau revolutionary route national 
     historic trail.--
       ``(A) In general.--The Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary 
     Route National Historic Trail, a corridor of approximately 
     600 miles following the route taken by the armies of General 
     George Washington and Count Rochambeau between Newport, Rhode 
     Island, and Yorktown, Virginia, in 1781 and 1782, as 
     generally depicted on the map entitled `WASHINGTON-ROCHAMBEAU 
     REVOLUTIONARY ROUTE NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL', numbered T01/
     80,001, and dated June 2007.
       ``(B) Map.--The map referred to in subparagraph (A) shall 
     be on file and available for public inspection in the 
     appropriate offices of the National Park Service.
       ``(C) Administration.--The trail shall be administered by 
     the Secretary of the Interior, in consultation with--
       ``(i) other Federal, State, tribal, regional, and local 
     agencies; and
       ``(ii) the private sector.
       ``(D) Land acquisition.--The United States shall not 
     acquire for the trail any land or interest in land outside 
     the exterior boundary of any federally-managed area without 
     the consent of the owner of the land or interest in land.''.

     SEC. 5205. PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL.

       Section 5(a) of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1244(a)) (as amended by section 5204) is amended by adding at 
     the end the following:
       ``(30) Pacific northwest national scenic trail.--
       ``(A) In general.--The Pacific Northwest National Scenic 
     Trail, a trail of approximately 1,200 miles, extending from 
     the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park, Montana, to 
     the Pacific Ocean Coast in Olympic National Park, Washington, 
     following the route depicted on the map entitled `Pacific 
     Northwest National Scenic Trail: Proposed Trail', numbered 
     T12/80,000, and dated February 2008 (referred to in this 
     paragraph as the `map').
       ``(B) Availability of map.--The map shall be on file and 
     available for public inspection in the appropriate offices of 
     the Forest Service.
       ``(C) Administration.--The Pacific Northwest National 
     Scenic Trail shall be administered by the Secretary of 
     Agriculture.
       ``(D) Land acquisition.--The United States shall not 
     acquire for the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail any 
     land or interest in land outside the exterior boundary of any 
     federally-managed area without the consent of the owner of 
     the land or interest in land.''.

     SEC. 5206. TRAIL OF TEARS NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL.

       Section 5(a)(16) of the National Trails System Act (16 
     U.S.C. 1244(a)(16)) is amended as follows:
       (1) By amending subparagraph (C) to read as follows:
       ``(C) In addition to the areas otherwise designated under 
     this paragraph, the following routes and land components by 
     which the Cherokee Nation was removed to Oklahoma are 
     components of the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, as 
     generally described in the environmentally preferred 
     alternative of the November 2007 Feasibility Study Amendment 
     and Environmental Assessment for Trail of Tears National 
     Historic Trail:
       ``(i) The Benge and Bell routes.
       ``(ii) The land components of the designated water routes 
     in Alabama, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.
       ``(iii) The routes from the collection forts in Alabama, 
     Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee to the emigration 
     depots.
       ``(iv) The related campgrounds located along the routes and 
     land components described in clauses (i) through (iii).''.
       (2) In subparagraph (D)--
       (A) by striking the first sentence; and
       (B) by adding at the end the following: ``No lands or 
     interests in lands outside the exterior boundaries of any 
     federally administered area may be acquired by the Federal 
     Government for the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail 
     except with the consent of the owner thereof.''.

              Subtitle D--National Trail System Amendments

     SEC. 5301. NATIONAL TRAILS SYSTEM WILLING SELLER AUTHORITY.

       (a) Authority To Acquire Land From Willing Sellers for 
     Certain Trails.--
       (1) Oregon national historic trail.--Section 5(a)(3) of the 
     National Trails System Act (16

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     U.S.C. 1244(a)(3)) is amended by adding at the end the 
     following: ``No land or interest in land outside the exterior 
     boundaries of any federally administered area may be acquired 
     by the Federal Government for the trail except with the 
     consent of the owner of the land or interest in land. The 
     authority of the Federal Government to acquire fee title 
     under this paragraph shall be limited to an average of not 
     more than \1/4\ mile on either side of the trail.''.
       (2) Mormon pioneer national historic trail.--Section 
     5(a)(4) of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1244(a)(4)) is amended by adding at the end the following: 
     ``No land or interest in land outside the exterior boundaries 
     of any federally administered area may be acquired by the 
     Federal Government for the trail except with the consent of 
     the owner of the land or interest in land. The authority of 
     the Federal Government to acquire fee title under this 
     paragraph shall be limited to an average of not more than \1/
     4\ mile on either side of the trail.''.
       (3) Continental divide national scenic trail.--Section 
     5(a)(5) of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1244(a)(5)) is amended by adding at the end the following: 
     ``No land or interest in land outside the exterior boundaries 
     of any federally administered area may be acquired by the 
     Federal Government for the trail except with the consent of 
     the owner of the land or interest in land. The authority of 
     the Federal Government to acquire fee title under this 
     paragraph shall be limited to an average of not more than \1/
     4\ mile on either side of the trail.''.
       (4) Lewis and clark national historic trail.--Section 
     5(a)(6) of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1244(a)(6)) is amended by adding at the end the following: 
     ``No land or interest in land outside the exterior boundaries 
     of any federally administered area may be acquired by the 
     Federal Government for the trail except with the consent of 
     the owner of the land or interest in land. The authority of 
     the Federal Government to acquire fee title under this 
     paragraph shall be limited to an average of not more than \1/
     4\ mile on either side of the trail.''.
       (5) Iditarod national historic trail.--Section 5(a)(7) of 
     the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 1244(a)(7)) is 
     amended by adding at the end the following: ``No land or 
     interest in land outside the exterior boundaries of any 
     federally administered area may be acquired by the Federal 
     Government for the trail except with the consent of the owner 
     of the land or interest in land. The authority of the Federal 
     Government to acquire fee title under this paragraph shall be 
     limited to an average of not more than \1/4\ mile on either 
     side of the trail.''.
       (6) North country national scenic trail.--Section 5(a)(8) 
     of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 1244(a)(8)) is 
     amended by adding at the end the following: ``No land or 
     interest in land outside the exterior boundaries of any 
     federally administered area may be acquired by the Federal 
     Government for the trail except with the consent of the owner 
     of the land or interest in land.''.
       (7) Ice age national scenic trail.--Section 5(a)(10) of the 
     National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 1244(a)(10)) is amended 
     by adding at the end the following: ``No land or interest in 
     land outside the exterior boundaries of any federally 
     administered area may be acquired by the Federal Government 
     for the trail except with the consent of the owner of the 
     land or interest in land.''.
       (8) Potomac heritage national scenic trail.--Section 
     5(a)(11) of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1244(a)(11)) is amended--
       (A) by striking the fourth and fifth sentences; and
       (B) by adding at the end the following: ``No land or 
     interest in land outside the exterior boundaries of any 
     federally administered area may be acquired by the Federal 
     Government for the trail except with the consent of the owner 
     of the land or interest in land.''.
       (9) Nez perce national historic trail.--Section 5(a)(14) of 
     the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 1244(a)(14)) is 
     amended--
       (A) by striking the fourth and fifth sentences; and
       (B) by adding at the end the following: ``No land or 
     interest in land outside the exterior boundaries of any 
     federally administered area may be acquired by the Federal 
     Government for the trail except with the consent of the owner 
     of the land or interest in land. The authority of the Federal 
     Government to acquire fee title under this paragraph shall be 
     limited to an average of not more than \1/4\ mile on either 
     side of the trail.''.
       (b) Conforming Amendment.--Section 10 of the National 
     Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 1249) is amended by striking 
     subsection (c) and inserting the following:
       ``(c) Authorization of Appropriations.--
       ``(1) In general.--Except as otherwise provided in this 
     Act, there are authorized to be appropriated such sums as are 
     necessary to implement the provisions of this Act relating to 
     the trails designated by section 5(a).
       ``(2) Natchez trace national scenic trail.--
       ``(A) In general.--With respect to the Natchez Trace 
     National Scenic Trail (referred to in this paragraph as the 
     `trail') designated by section 5(a)(12)--
       ``(i) not more than $500,000 shall be appropriated for the 
     acquisition of land or interests in land for the trail; and
       ``(ii) not more than $2,000,000 shall be appropriated for 
     the development of the trail.
       ``(B) Participation by volunteer trail groups.--The 
     administering agency for the trail shall encourage volunteer 
     trail groups to participate in the development of the 
     trail.''.

     SEC. 5302. REVISION OF FEASIBILITY AND SUITABILITY STUDIES OF 
                   EXISTING NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAILS.

       Section 5 of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1244) is amended by adding at the end the following:
       ``(g) Revision of Feasibility and Suitability Studies of 
     Existing National Historic Trails.--
       ``(1) Definitions.--In this subsection:
       ``(A) Route.--The term `route' includes a trail segment 
     commonly known as a cutoff.
       ``(B) Shared route.--The term `shared route' means a route 
     that was a segment of more than 1 historic trail, including a 
     route shared with an existing national historic trail.
       ``(2) Requirements for revision.--
       ``(A) In general.--The Secretary of the Interior shall 
     revise the feasibility and suitability studies for certain 
     national trails for consideration of possible additions to 
     the trails.
       ``(B) Study requirements and objectives.--The study 
     requirements and objectives specified in subsection (b) shall 
     apply to a study required by this subsection.
       ``(C) Completion and submission of study.--A study listed 
     in this subsection shall be completed and submitted to 
     Congress not later than 3 complete fiscal years from the date 
     funds are made available for the study.
       ``(3) Oregon national historic trail.--
       ``(A) Study required.--The Secretary of the Interior shall 
     undertake a study of the routes of the Oregon Trail listed in 
     subparagraph (B) and generally depicted on the map entitled 
     `Western Emigrant Trails 1830/1870' and dated 1991/1993, and 
     of such other routes of the Oregon Trail that the Secretary 
     considers appropriate, to determine the feasibility and 
     suitability of designation of 1 or more of the routes as 
     components of the Oregon National Historic Trail.
       ``(B) Covered routes.--The routes to be studied under 
     subparagraph (A) shall include the following:
       ``(i) Whitman Mission route.
       ``(ii) Upper Columbia River.
       ``(iii) Cowlitz River route.
       ``(iv) Meek cutoff.
       ``(v) Free Emigrant Road.
       ``(vi) North Alternate Oregon Trail.
       ``(vii) Goodale's cutoff.
       ``(viii) North Side alternate route.
       ``(ix) Cutoff to Barlow road.
       ``(x) Naches Pass Trail.
       ``(4) Pony express national historic trail.--The Secretary 
     of the Interior shall undertake a study of the approximately 
     20-mile southern alternative route of the Pony Express Trail 
     from Wathena, Kansas, to Troy, Kansas, and such other routes 
     of the Pony Express Trail that the Secretary considers 
     appropriate, to determine the feasibility and suitability of 
     designation of 1 or more of the routes as components of the 
     Pony Express National Historic Trail.
       ``(5) California national historic trail.--
       ``(A) Study required.--The Secretary of the Interior shall 
     undertake a study of the Missouri Valley, central, and 
     western routes of the California Trail listed in subparagraph 
     (B) and generally depicted on the map entitled `Western 
     Emigrant Trails 1830/1870' and dated 1991/1993, and of such 
     other and shared Missouri Valley, central, and western routes 
     that the Secretary considers appropriate, to determine the 
     feasibility and suitability of designation of 1 or more of 
     the routes as components of the California National Historic 
     Trail.
       ``(B) Covered routes.--The routes to be studied under 
     subparagraph (A) shall include the following:
       ``(i) Missouri valley routes.--

       ``(I) Blue Mills-Independence Road.
       ``(II) Westport Landing Road.
       ``(III) Westport-Lawrence Road.
       ``(IV) Fort Leavenworth-Blue River route.
       ``(V) Road to Amazonia.
       ``(VI) Union Ferry Route.
       ``(VII) Old Wyoming-Nebraska City cutoff.
       ``(VIII) Lower Plattsmouth Route.
       ``(IX) Lower Bellevue Route.
       ``(X) Woodbury cutoff.
       ``(XI) Blue Ridge cutoff.
       ``(XII) Westport Road.
       ``(XIII) Gum Springs-Fort Leavenworth route.
       ``(XIV) Atchison/Independence Creek routes.
       ``(XV) Fort Leavenworth-Kansas River route.
       ``(XVI) Nebraska City cutoff routes.
       ``(XVII) Minersville-Nebraska City Road.
       ``(XVIII) Upper Plattsmouth route.
       ``(XIX) Upper Bellevue route.

       ``(ii) Central routes.--

       ``(I) Cherokee Trail, including splits.
       ``(II) Weber Canyon route of Hastings cutoff.
       ``(III) Bishop Creek cutoff.
       ``(IV) McAuley cutoff.
       ``(V) Diamond Springs cutoff.
       ``(VI) Secret Pass.
       ``(VII) Greenhorn cutoff.
       ``(VIII) Central Overland Trail.

       ``(iii) Western routes.--

       ``(I) Bidwell-Bartleson route.
       ``(II) Georgetown/Dagget Pass Trail.
       ``(III) Big Trees Road.
       ``(IV) Grizzly Flat cutoff.
       ``(V) Nevada City Road.
       ``(VI) Yreka Trail.
       ``(VII) Henness Pass route.
       ``(VIII) Johnson cutoff.
       ``(IX) Luther Pass Trail.
       ``(X) Volcano Road.
       ``(XI) Sacramento-Coloma Wagon Road.
       ``(XII) Burnett cutoff.
       ``(XIII) Placer County Road to Auburn.

       ``(6) Mormon pioneer national historic trail.--
       ``(A) Study required.--The Secretary of the Interior shall 
     undertake a study of the routes of the Mormon Pioneer Trail 
     listed in subparagraph (B) and generally depicted in the map 
     entitled `Western Emigrant Trails 1830/1870' and dated 1991/
     1993, and of such other routes of the Mormon Pioneer Trail 
     that the Secretary considers appropriate, to determine the 
     feasibility and suitability of designation of 1 or more of 
     the routes as components of the Mormon Pioneer National 
     Historic Trail.

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       ``(B) Covered routes.--The routes to be studied under 
     subparagraph (A) shall include the following:
       ``(i) 1846 Subsequent routes A and B (Lucas and Clarke 
     Counties, Iowa).
       ``(ii) 1856-57 Handcart route (Iowa City to Council 
     Bluffs).
       ``(iii) Keokuk route (Iowa).
       ``(iv) 1847 Alternative Elkhorn and Loup River Crossings in 
     Nebraska.
       ``(v) Fort Leavenworth Road; Ox Bow route and alternates in 
     Kansas and Missouri (Oregon and California Trail routes used 
     by Mormon emigrants).
       ``(vi) 1850 Golden Pass Road in Utah.
       ``(7) Shared california and oregon trail routes.--
       ``(A) Study required.--The Secretary of the Interior shall 
     undertake a study of the shared routes of the California 
     Trail and Oregon Trail listed in subparagraph (B) and 
     generally depicted on the map entitled `Western Emigrant 
     Trails 1830/1870' and dated 1991/1993, and of such other 
     shared routes that the Secretary considers appropriate, to 
     determine the feasibility and suitability of designation of 1 
     or more of the routes as shared components of the California 
     National Historic Trail and the Oregon National Historic 
     Trail.
       ``(B) Covered routes.--The routes to be studied under 
     subparagraph (A) shall include the following:
       ``(i) St. Joe Road.
       ``(ii) Council Bluffs Road.
       ``(iii) Sublette cutoff.
       ``(iv) Applegate route.
       ``(v) Old Fort Kearny Road (Oxbow Trail).
       ``(vi) Childs cutoff.
       ``(vii) Raft River to Applegate.''.

     SEC. 5303. CHISHOLM TRAIL AND GREAT WESTERN TRAILS STUDIES.

       Section 5(c) of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1244(c)) is amended by adding at the end the following:
       ``(44) Chisholm trail.--
       ``(A) In general.--The Chisholm Trail (also known as the 
     `Abilene Trail'), from the vicinity of San Antonio, Texas, 
     segments from the vicinity of Cuero, Texas, to Ft. Worth, 
     Texas, Duncan, Oklahoma, alternate segments used through 
     Oklahoma, to Enid, Oklahoma, Caldwell, Kansas, Wichita, 
     Kansas, Abilene, Kansas, and commonly used segments running 
     to alternative Kansas destinations.
       ``(B) Requirement.--In conducting the study required under 
     this paragraph, the Secretary of the Interior shall identify 
     the point at which the trail originated south of San Antonio, 
     Texas.
       ``(45) Great western trail.--
       ``(A) In general.--The Great Western Trail (also known as 
     the `Dodge City Trail'), from the vicinity of San Antonio, 
     Texas, north-by-northwest through the vicinities of Kerrville 
     and Menard, Texas, north-by-northeast through the vicinities 
     of Coleman and Albany, Texas, north through the vicinity of 
     Vernon, Texas, to Doan's Crossing, Texas, northward through 
     or near the vicinities of Altus, Lone Wolf, Canute, Vici, and 
     May, Oklahoma, north through Kansas to Dodge City, and north 
     through Nebraska to Ogallala.
       ``(B) Requirement.--In conducting the study required under 
     this paragraph, the Secretary of the Interior shall identify 
     the point at which the trail originated south of San Antonio, 
     Texas.''.

                      Subtitle E--Effect of Title

     SEC. 5401. EFFECT.

       (a) Effect on Access for Recreational Activities.--Nothing 
     in this title shall be construed as affecting access for 
     recreational activities otherwise allowed by law or 
     regulation, including hunting, fishing, or trapping.
       (b) Effect on State Authority.--Nothing in this title shall 
     be construed as affecting the authority, jurisdiction, or 
     responsibility of the several States to manage, control, or 
     regulate fish and resident wildlife under State law or 
     regulations, including the regulation of hunting, fishing, 
     and trapping.

          TITLE VI--DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AUTHORIZATIONS

          Subtitle A--Cooperative Watershed Management Program

     SEC. 6001. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Affected stakeholder.--The term ``affected 
     stakeholder'' means an entity that significantly affects, or 
     is significantly affected by, the quality or quantity of 
     water in a watershed, as determined by the Secretary.
       (2) Grant recipient.--The term ``grant recipient'' means a 
     watershed group that the Secretary has selected to receive a 
     grant under section 6002(c)(2).
       (3) Program.--The term ``program'' means the Cooperative 
     Watershed Management Program established by the Secretary 
     under section 6002(a).
       (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (5) Watershed group.--The term ``watershed group'' means a 
     self-sustaining, cooperative watershed-wide group that--
       (A) is comprised of representatives of the affected 
     stakeholders of the relevant watershed;
       (B) incorporates the perspectives of a diverse array of 
     stakeholders, including, to the maximum extent practicable--
       (i) representatives of--

       (I) hydroelectric production;
       (II) livestock grazing;
       (III) timber production;
       (IV) land development;
       (V) recreation or tourism;
       (VI) irrigated agricultural production;
       (VII) the environment;
       (VIII) potable water purveyors and industrial water users; 
     and
       (IX) private property owners within the watershed;

       (ii) any Federal agency that has authority with respect to 
     the watershed;
       (iii) any State agency that has authority with respect to 
     the watershed;
       (iv) any local agency that has authority with respect to 
     the watershed; and
       (v) any Indian tribe that--

       (I) owns land within the watershed; or
       (II) has land in the watershed that is held in trust;

       (C) is a grassroots, nonregulatory entity that addresses 
     water availability and quality issues within the relevant 
     watershed;
       (D) is capable of promoting the sustainable use of the 
     water resources of the relevant watershed and improving the 
     functioning condition of rivers and streams through--
       (i) water conservation;
       (ii) improved water quality;
       (iii) ecological resiliency; and
       (iv) the reduction of water conflicts; and
       (E) makes decisions on a consensus basis, as defined in the 
     bylaws of the watershed group.
       (6) Watershed management project.--The term ``watershed 
     management project'' means any project (including a 
     demonstration project) that--
       (A) enhances water conservation, including alternative 
     water uses;
       (B) improves water quality;
       (C) improves ecological resiliency of a river or stream;
       (D) reduces the potential for water conflicts; or
       (E) advances any other goals associated with water quality 
     or quantity that the Secretary determines to be appropriate.

     SEC. 6002. PROGRAM.

       (a) Establishment.--Not later than 180 days after the date 
     of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall establish a 
     program, to be known as the ``Cooperative Watershed 
     Management Program'', under which the Secretary shall provide 
     grants--
       (1)(A) to form a watershed group; or
       (B) to enlarge a watershed group; and
       (2) to conduct 1 or more projects in accordance with the 
     goals of a watershed group.
       (b) Application.--
       (1) Establishment of application process; criteria.--Not 
     later than 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act, 
     the Secretary shall establish--
       (A) an application process for the program; and
       (B) in consultation with the States, prioritization and 
     eligibility criteria for considering applications submitted 
     in accordance with the application process.
       (c) Distribution of Grant Funds.--
       (1) In general.--In distributing grant funds under this 
     section, the Secretary--
       (A) shall comply with paragraph (2); and
       (B) may give priority to watershed groups that--
       (i) represent maximum diversity of interests; or
       (ii) serve subbasin-sized watersheds with an 8-digit 
     hydrologic unit code, as defined by the United States 
     Geological Survey.
       (2) Funding procedure.--
       (A) First phase.--
       (i) In general.--The Secretary may provide to a grant 
     recipient a first-phase grant in an amount not greater than 
     $100,000 each year for a period of not more than 3 years.
       (ii) Mandatory use of funds.--A grant recipient that 
     receives a first-phase grant shall use the funds--

       (I) to establish or enlarge a watershed group;
       (II) to develop a mission statement for the watershed 
     group;
       (III) to develop project concepts; and
       (IV) to develop a restoration plan.

       (iii) Annual determination of eligibility.--

       (I) Determination.--For each year of a first-phase grant, 
     not later than 270 days after the date on which a grant 
     recipient first receives grant funds for the year, the 
     Secretary shall determine whether the grant recipient has 
     made sufficient progress during the year to justify 
     additional funding.
       (II) Effect of determination.--If the Secretary determines 
     under subclause (I) that the progress of a grant recipient 
     during the year covered by the determination justifies 
     additional funding, the Secretary shall provide to the grant 
     recipient grant funds for the following year.

       (iv) Advancement conditions.--A grant recipient shall not 
     be eligible to receive a second-phase grant under 
     subparagraph (B) until the date on which the Secretary 
     determines that the watershed group--

       (I) has approved articles of incorporation and bylaws 
     governing the organization; and
       (II)(aa) holds regular meetings;
       (bb) has completed a mission statement; and
       (cc) has developed a restoration plan and project concepts 
     for the watershed.

       (v) Exception.--A watershed group that has not applied for 
     or received first-phase grants may apply for and receive 
     second-phase grants under subparagraph (B) if the Secretary 
     determines that the group has satisfied the requirements of 
     first-phase grants.
       (B) Second phase.--
       (i) In general.--A watershed group may apply for and 
     receive second-phase grants of $1,000,000 each year for a 
     period of not more than 4 years if--

       (I) the watershed group has applied for and received 
     watershed grants under subparagraph (A); or
       (II) the Secretary determines that the watershed group has 
     satisfied the requirements of first-phase grants.

       (ii) Mandatory use of funds.--A grant recipient that 
     receives a second-phase grant shall use the funds to plan and 
     carry out watershed management projects.
       (iii) Annual determination of eligibility.--

       (I) Determination.--For each year of the second-phase 
     grant, not later than 270 days after

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     the date on which a grant recipient first receives grant 
     funds for the year, the Secretary shall determine whether the 
     grant recipient has made sufficient progress during the year 
     to justify additional funding.
       (II) Effect of determination.--If the Secretary determines 
     under subclause (I) that the progress of a grant recipient 
     during the year justifies additional funding, the Secretary 
     shall provide to the grant recipient grant funds for the 
     following year.

       (iv) Advancement condition.--A grant recipient shall not be 
     eligible to receive a third-phase grant under subparagraph 
     (C) until the date on which the Secretary determines that the 
     grant recipient has--

       (I) completed each requirement of the second-phase grant; 
     and
       (II) demonstrated that 1 or more pilot projects of the 
     grant recipient have resulted in demonstrable improvements, 
     as determined by the Secretary, in the functioning condition 
     of at least 1 river or stream in the watershed.

       (C) Third phase.--
       (i) Funding limitation.--

       (I) In general.--Except as provided in subclause (II), the 
     Secretary may provide to a grant recipient a third-phase 
     grant in an amount not greater than $5,000,000 for a period 
     of not more than 5 years.
       (II) Exception.--The Secretary may provide to a grant 
     recipient a third-phase grant in an amount that is greater 
     than the amount described in subclause (I) if the Secretary 
     determines that the grant recipient is capable of using the 
     additional amount to further the purposes of the program in a 
     way that could not otherwise be achieved by the grant 
     recipient using the amount described in subclause (I).

       (ii) Mandatory use of funds.--A grant recipient that 
     receives a third-phase grant shall use the funds to plan and 
     carry out at least 1 watershed management project.
       (3) Authorizing use of funds for administrative and other 
     costs.--A grant recipient that receives a grant under this 
     section may use the funds--
       (A) to pay for--
       (i) administrative and coordination costs, if the costs are 
     not greater than the lesser of--

       (I) 20 percent of the total amount of the grant; or
       (II) $100,000;

       (ii) the salary of not more than 1 full-time employee of 
     the watershed group; and
       (iii) any legal fees arising from the establishment of the 
     relevant watershed group; and
       (B) to fund--
       (i) water quality and quantity studies of the relevant 
     watershed; and
       (ii) the planning, design, and implementation of any 
     projects relating to water quality or quantity.
       (d) Cost Share.--
       (1) Planning.--The Federal share of the cost of an activity 
     provided assistance through a first-phase grant shall be 100 
     percent.
       (2) Projects carried out under second phase.--
       (A) In general.--The Federal share of the cost of any 
     activity of a watershed management project provided 
     assistance through a second-phase grant shall not exceed 50 
     percent of the total cost of the activity.
       (B) Form of non-federal share.--The non-Federal share under 
     subparagraph (A) may be in the form of in-kind contributions.
       (3) Projects carried out under third phase.--
       (A) In general.--The Federal share of the costs of any 
     activity of a watershed group of a grant recipient relating 
     to a watershed management project provided assistance through 
     a third-phase grant shall not exceed 50 percent of the total 
     costs of the watershed management project.
       (B) Form of non-federal share.--The non-Federal share under 
     subparagraph (A) may be in the form of in-kind contributions.
       (e) Annual Reports.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 1 year after the date on 
     which a grant recipient first receives funds under this 
     section, and annually thereafter, in accordance with 
     paragraph (2), the watershed group shall submit to the 
     Secretary a report that describes the progress of the 
     watershed group.
       (2) Required degree of detail.--The contents of an annual 
     report required under paragraph (1) shall contain sufficient 
     information to enable the Secretary to complete each report 
     required under subsection (f), as determined by the 
     Secretary.
       (f) Report.--Not later than 5 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, and every 5 years thereafter, the 
     Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Energy and Natural 
     Resources of the Senate and the Committee on Natural 
     Resources of the House of Representatives a report that 
     describes--
       (1) the ways in which the program assists the Secretary--
       (A) in addressing water conflicts;
       (B) in conserving water;
       (C) in improving water quality; and
       (D) in improving the ecological resiliency of a river or 
     stream; and
       (2) benefits that the program provides, including, to the 
     maximum extent practicable, a quantitative analysis of 
     economic, social, and environmental benefits.
       (g) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated to carry out this section--
       (1) $2,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2008 and 2009;
       (2) $5,000,000 for fiscal year 2010;
       (3) $10,000,000 for fiscal year 2011; and
       (4) $20,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2012 through 2020.

     SEC. 6003. EFFECT OF SUBTITLE.

       Nothing in this subtitle affects the applicability of any 
     Federal, State, or local law with respect to any watershed 
     group.

     Subtitle B--Competitive Status for Federal Employees in Alaska

     SEC. 6101. COMPETITIVE STATUS FOR CERTAIN FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 
                   IN THE STATE OF ALASKA.

       Section 1308 of the Alaska National Interest Lands 
     Conservation Act (16 U.S.C. 3198) is amended by adding at the 
     end the following:
       ``(e) Competitive Status.--
       ``(1) In general.--Nothing in subsection (a) provides that 
     any person hired pursuant to the program established under 
     that subsection is not eligible for competitive status in the 
     same manner as any other employee hired as part of the 
     competitive service.
       ``(2) Redesignation of certain positions.--
       ``(A) Persons serving in original positions.--Not later 
     than 60 days after the date of enactment of this subsection, 
     with respect to any person hired into a permanent position 
     pursuant to the program established under subsection (a) who 
     is serving in that position as of the date of enactment of 
     this subsection, the Secretary shall redesignate that 
     position and the person serving in that position as having 
     been part of the competitive service as of the date that the 
     person was hired into that position.
       ``(B) Persons no longer serving in original positions.--
     With respect to any person who was hired pursuant to the 
     program established under subsection (a) that is no longer 
     serving in that position as of the date of enactment of this 
     subsection--
       ``(i) the person may provide to the Secretary a request for 
     redesignation of the service as part of the competitive 
     service that includes evidence of the employment; and
       ``(ii) not later than 90 days of the submission of a 
     request under clause (i), the Secretary shall redesignate the 
     service of the person as being part of the competitive 
     service.''.

         Subtitle C--Wolf Livestock Loss Demonstration Project

     SEC. 6201. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Indian tribe.--The term ``Indian tribe'' has the 
     meaning given the term in section 4 of the Indian Self-
     Determination and Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 450b).
       (2) Livestock.--The term ``livestock'' means cattle, swine, 
     horses, mules, sheep, goats, livestock guard animals, and 
     other domestic animals, as determined by the Secretary.
       (3) Program.--The term ``program'' means the demonstration 
     program established under section 6202(a).
       (4) Secretaries.--The term ``Secretaries'' means the 
     Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture, 
     acting jointly.

     SEC. 6202. WOLF COMPENSATION AND PREVENTION PROGRAM.

       (a) In General.--The Secretaries shall establish a 5-year 
     demonstration program to provide grants to States and Indian 
     tribes--
       (1) to assist livestock producers in undertaking proactive, 
     non-lethal activities to reduce the risk of livestock loss 
     due to predation by wolves; and
       (2) to compensate livestock producers for livestock losses 
     due to such predation.
       (b) Criteria and Requirements.--The Secretaries shall--
       (1) establish criteria and requirements to implement the 
     program; and
       (2) when promulgating regulations to implement the program 
     under paragraph (1), consult with States that have 
     implemented State programs that provide assistance to--
       (A) livestock producers to undertake proactive activities 
     to reduce the risk of livestock loss due to predation by 
     wolves; or
       (B) provide compensation to livestock producers for 
     livestock losses due to such predation.
       (c) Eligibility.--To be eligible to receive a grant under 
     subsection (a), a State or Indian tribe shall--
       (1) designate an appropriate agency of the State or Indian 
     tribe to administer the 1 or more programs funded by the 
     grant;
       (2) establish 1 or more accounts to receive grant funds;
       (3) maintain files of all claims received under programs 
     funded by the grant, including supporting documentation;
       (4) submit to the Secretary--
       (A) annual reports that include--
       (i) a summary of claims and expenditures under the program 
     during the year; and
       (ii) a description of any action taken on the claims; and
       (B) such other reports as the Secretary may require to 
     assist the Secretary in determining the effectiveness of 
     activities provided assistance under this section; and
       (5) promulgate rules for reimbursing livestock producers 
     under the program.
       (d) Allocation of Funding.--The Secretaries shall allocate 
     funding made available to carry out this subtitle--
       (1) equally between the uses identified in paragraphs (1) 
     and (2) of subsection (a); and
       (2) among States and Indian tribes based on--
       (A) the level of livestock predation in the State or on the 
     land owned by, or held in trust for the benefit of, the 
     Indian tribe;
       (B) whether the State or Indian tribe is located in a 
     geographical area that is at high risk for livestock 
     predation; or
       (C) any other factors that the Secretaries determine are 
     appropriate.
       (e) Eligible Land.--Activities and losses described in 
     subsection (a) may occur on Federal, State, or private land, 
     or land owned by, or held in trust for the benefit of, an 
     Indian tribe.
       (f) Federal Cost Share.--The Federal share of the cost of 
     any activity provided assistance made available under this 
     subtitle shall not exceed 50 percent of the total cost of the 
     activity.

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     SEC. 6203. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

       There is authorized to be appropriated to carry out this 
     subtitle $1,000,000 for fiscal year 2009 and each fiscal year 
     thereafter.

           Subtitle D--Paleontological Resources Preservation

     SEC. 6301. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Casual collecting.--The term ``casual collecting'' 
     means the collecting of a reasonable amount of common 
     invertebrate and plant paleontological resources for non-
     commercial personal use, either by surface collection or the 
     use of non-powered hand tools resulting in only negligible 
     disturbance to the Earth's surface and other resources. As 
     used in this paragraph, the terms ``reasonable amount'', 
     ``common invertebrate and plant paleontological resources'' 
     and ``negligible disturbance'' shall be determined by the 
     Secretary.
       (2) Federal land.--The term ``Federal land'' means--
       (A) land controlled or administered by the Secretary of the 
     Interior, except Indian land; or
       (B) National Forest System land controlled or administered 
     by the Secretary of Agriculture.
       (3) Indian land.--The term ``Indian Land'' means land of 
     Indian tribes, or Indian individuals, which are either held 
     in trust by the United States or subject to a restriction 
     against alienation imposed by the United States.
       (4) Paleontological resource.--The term ``paleontological 
     resource'' means any fossilized remains, traces, or imprints 
     of organisms, preserved in or on the earth's crust, that are 
     of paleontological interest and that provide information 
     about the history of life on earth, except that the term does 
     not include--
       (A) any materials associated with an archaeological 
     resource (as defined in section 3(1) of the Archaeological 
     Resources Protection Act of 1979 (16 U.S.C. 470bb(1)); or
       (B) any cultural item (as defined in section 2 of the 
     Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (25 
     U.S.C. 3001)).
       (5) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior with respect to land controlled or 
     administered by the Secretary of the Interior or the 
     Secretary of Agriculture with respect to National Forest 
     System land controlled or administered by the Secretary of 
     Agriculture.
       (6) State.--The term ``State'' means the 50 States, the 
     District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and 
     any other territory or possession of the United States.

     SEC. 6302. MANAGEMENT.

       (a) In General.--The Secretary shall manage and protect 
     paleontological resources on Federal land using scientific 
     principles and expertise. The Secretary shall develop 
     appropriate plans for inventory, monitoring, and the 
     scientific and educational use of paleontological resources, 
     in accordance with applicable agency laws, regulations, and 
     policies. These plans shall emphasize interagency 
     coordination and collaborative efforts where possible with 
     non-Federal partners, the scientific community, and the 
     general public.
       (b) Coordination.--To the extent possible, the Secretary of 
     the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture shall 
     coordinate in the implementation of this subtitle.

     SEC. 6303. PUBLIC AWARENESS AND EDUCATION PROGRAM.

       The Secretary shall establish a program to increase public 
     awareness about the significance of paleontological 
     resources.

     SEC. 6304. COLLECTION OF PALEONTOLOGICAL RESOURCES.

       (a) Permit Requirement.--
       (1) In general.--Except as provided in this subtitle, a 
     paleontological resource may not be collected from Federal 
     land without a permit issued under this subtitle by the 
     Secretary.
       (2) Casual collecting exception.--The Secretary shall allow 
     casual collecting without a permit on Federal land controlled 
     or administered by the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau 
     of Reclamation, and the Forest Service, where such collection 
     is consistent with the laws governing the management of those 
     Federal land and this subtitle.
       (3) Previous permit exception.--Nothing in this section 
     shall affect a valid permit issued prior to the date of 
     enactment of this Act.
       (b) Criteria for Issuance of a Permit.--The Secretary may 
     issue a permit for the collection of a paleontological 
     resource pursuant to an application if the Secretary 
     determines that--
       (1) the applicant is qualified to carry out the permitted 
     activity;
       (2) the permitted activity is undertaken for the purpose of 
     furthering paleontological knowledge or for public education;
       (3) the permitted activity is consistent with any 
     management plan applicable to the Federal land concerned; and
       (4) the proposed methods of collecting will not threaten 
     significant natural or cultural resources.
       (c) Permit Specifications.--A permit for the collection of 
     a paleontological resource issued under this section shall 
     contain such terms and conditions as the Secretary deems 
     necessary to carry out the purposes of this subtitle. Every 
     permit shall include requirements that--
       (1) the paleontological resource that is collected from 
     Federal land under the permit will remain the property of the 
     United States;
       (2) the paleontological resource and copies of associated 
     records will be preserved for the public in an approved 
     repository, to be made available for scientific research and 
     public education; and
       (3) specific locality data will not be released by the 
     permittee or repository without the written permission of the 
     Secretary.
       (d) Modification, Suspension, and Revocation of Permits.--
       (1) The Secretary may modify, suspend, or revoke a permit 
     issued under this section--
       (A) for resource, safety, or other management 
     considerations; or
       (B) when there is a violation of term or condition of a 
     permit issued pursuant to this section.
       (2) The permit shall be revoked if any person working under 
     the authority of the permit is convicted under section 6306 
     or is assessed a civil penalty under section 6307.
       (e) Area Closures.--In order to protect paleontological or 
     other resources or to provide for public safety, the 
     Secretary may restrict access to or close areas under the 
     Secretary's jurisdiction to the collection of paleontological 
     resources.

     SEC. 6305. CURATION OF RESOURCES.

       Any paleontological resource, and any data and records 
     associated with the resource, collected under a permit, shall 
     be deposited in an approved repository. The Secretary may 
     enter into agreements with non-Federal repositories regarding 
     the curation of these resources, data, and records.

     SEC. 6306. PROHIBITED ACTS; CRIMINAL PENALTIES.

       (a) In General.--A person may not--
       (1) excavate, remove, damage, or otherwise alter or deface 
     or attempt to excavate, remove, damage, or otherwise alter or 
     deface any paleontological resources located on Federal land 
     unless such activity is conducted in accordance with this 
     subtitle;
       (2) exchange, transport, export, receive, or offer to 
     exchange, transport, export, or receive any paleontological 
     resource if the person knew or should have known such 
     resource to have been excavated or removed from Federal land 
     in violation of any provisions, rule, regulation, law, 
     ordinance, or permit in effect under Federal law, including 
     this subtitle; or
       (3) sell or purchase or offer to sell or purchase any 
     paleontological resource if the person knew or should have 
     known such resource to have been excavated, removed, sold, 
     purchased, exchanged, transported, or received from Federal 
     land.
       (b) False Labeling Offenses.--A person may not make or 
     submit any false record, account, or label for, or any false 
     identification of, any paleontological resource excavated or 
     removed from Federal land.
       (c) Penalties.--A person who knowingly violates or 
     counsels, procures, solicits, or employs another person to 
     violate subsection (a) or (b) shall, upon conviction, be 
     fined in accordance with title 18, United States Code, or 
     imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both; but if the sum of 
     the commercial and paleontological value of the 
     paleontological resources involved and the cost of 
     restoration and repair of such resources does not exceed 
     $500, such person shall be fined in accordance with title 18, 
     United States Code, or imprisoned not more than 2 years, or 
     both.
       (d) Multiple Offenses.--In the case of a second or 
     subsequent violation by the same person, the amount of the 
     penalty assessed under subsection (c) may be doubled.
       (e) General Exception.--Nothing in subsection (a) shall 
     apply to any person with respect to any paleontological 
     resource which was in the lawful possession of such person 
     prior to the date of enactment of this Act.

     SEC. 6307. CIVIL PENALTIES.

       (a) In General.--
       (1) Hearing.--A person who violates any prohibition 
     contained in an applicable regulation or permit issued under 
     this subtitle may be assessed a penalty by the Secretary 
     after the person is given notice and opportunity for a 
     hearing with respect to the violation. Each violation shall 
     be considered a separate offense for purposes of this 
     section.
       (2) Amount of penalty.--The amount of such penalty assessed 
     under paragraph (1) shall be determined under regulations 
     promulgated pursuant to this subtitle, taking into account 
     the following factors:
       (A) The scientific or fair market value, whichever is 
     greater, of the paleontological resource involved, as 
     determined by the Secretary.
       (B) The cost of response, restoration, and repair of the 
     resource and the paleontological site involved.
       (C) Any other factors considered relevant by the Secretary 
     assessing the penalty.
       (3) Multiple offenses.--In the case of a second or 
     subsequent violation by the same person, the amount of a 
     penalty assessed under paragraph (2) may be doubled.
       (4) Limitation.--The amount of any penalty assessed under 
     this subsection for any 1 violation shall not exceed an 
     amount equal to double the cost of response, restoration, and 
     repair of resources and paleontological site damage plus 
     double the scientific or fair market value of resources 
     destroyed or not recovered.
       (b) Petition for Judicial Review; Collection of Unpaid 
     Assessments.--
       (1) Judicial review.--Any person against whom an order is 
     issued assessing a penalty under subsection (a) may file a 
     petition for judicial review of the order in the United 
     States District Court for the District of Columbia or in the 
     district in which the violation is alleged to have occurred 
     within the 30-day period beginning on the date the order 
     making the assessment was issued. Upon notice of such filing, 
     the Secretary shall promptly file such a certified copy of 
     the record on which the order was issued. The court shall 
     hear the action on the record made before the Secretary and 
     shall sustain the action if it is supported by substantial 
     evidence on the record considered as a whole.
       (2) Failure to pay.--If any person fails to pay a penalty 
     under this section within 30 days--
       (A) after the order making assessment has become final and 
     the person has not filed a petition for judicial review of 
     the order in accordance with paragraph (1); or

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       (B) after a court in an action brought in paragraph (1) has 
     entered a final judgment upholding the assessment of the 
     penalty, the Secretary may request the Attorney General to 
     institute a civil action in a district court of the United 
     States for any district in which the person if found, 
     resides, or transacts business, to collect the penalty (plus 
     interest at currently prevailing rates from the date of the 
     final order or the date of the final judgment, as the case 
     may be). The district court shall have jurisdiction to hear 
     and decide any such action. In such action, the validity, 
     amount, and appropriateness of such penalty shall not be 
     subject to review. Any person who fails to pay on a timely 
     basis the amount of an assessment of a civil penalty as 
     described in the first sentence of this paragraph shall be 
     required to pay, in addition to such amount and interest, 
     attorneys fees and costs for collection proceedings.
       (c) Hearings.--Hearings held during proceedings instituted 
     under subsection (a) shall be conducted in accordance with 
     section 554 of title 5, United States Code.
       (d) Use of Recovered Amounts.--Penalties collected under 
     this section shall be available to the Secretary and without 
     further appropriation may be used only as follows:
       (1) To protect, restore, or repair the paleontological 
     resources and sites which were the subject of the action, and 
     to protect, monitor, and study the resources and sites.
       (2) To provide educational materials to the public about 
     paleontological resources and sites.
       (3) To provide for the payment of rewards as provided in 
     section 6308.

     SEC. 6308. REWARDS AND FORFEITURE.

       (a) Rewards.--The Secretary may pay from penalties 
     collected under section 6306 or 6307 or from appropriated 
     funds--
       (1) consistent with amounts established in regulations by 
     the Secretary; or
       (2) if no such regulation exists, an amount up to \1/2\ of 
     the penalties, to any person who furnishes information which 
     leads to the finding of a civil violation, or the conviction 
     of criminal violation, with respect to which the penalty was 
     paid. If several persons provided the information, the amount 
     shall be divided among the persons. No officer or employee of 
     the United States or of any State or local government who 
     furnishes information or renders service in the performance 
     of his official duties shall be eligible for payment under 
     this subsection.
       (b) Forfeiture.--All paleontological resources with respect 
     to which a violation under section 6306 or 6307 occurred and 
     which are in the possession of any person, shall be subject 
     to civil forfeiture, or upon conviction, to criminal 
     forfeiture.
       (c) Transfer of Seized Resources.--The Secretary may 
     transfer administration of seized paleontological resources 
     to Federal or non-Federal educational institutions to be used 
     for scientific or educational purposes.

     SEC. 6309. CONFIDENTIALITY.

       Information concerning the nature and specific location of 
     a paleontological resource shall be exempt from disclosure 
     under section 552 of title 5, United States Code, and any 
     other law unless the Secretary determines that disclosure 
     would--
       (1) further the purposes of this subtitle;
       (2) not create risk of harm to or theft or destruction of 
     the resource or the site containing the resource; and
       (3) be in accordance with other applicable laws.

     SEC. 6310. REGULATIONS.

       As soon as practical after the date of enactment of this 
     Act, the Secretary shall issue such regulations as are 
     appropriate to carry out this subtitle, providing 
     opportunities for public notice and comment.

     SEC. 6311. SAVINGS PROVISIONS.

       Nothing in this subtitle shall be construed to--
       (1) invalidate, modify, or impose any additional 
     restrictions or permitting requirements on any activities 
     permitted at any time under the general mining laws, the 
     mineral or geothermal leasing laws, laws providing for 
     minerals materials disposal, or laws providing for the 
     management or regulation of the activities authorized by the 
     aforementioned laws including but not limited to the Federal 
     Land Policy Management Act (43 U.S.C. 1701-1784), Public Law 
     94-429 (commonly known as the ``Mining in the Parks Act'') 
     (16 U.S.C. 1901 et seq.), the Surface Mining Control and 
     Reclamation Act of 1977 (30 U.S.C. 1201-1358), and the 
     Organic Administration Act (16 U.S.C. 478, 482, 551);
       (2) invalidate, modify, or impose any additional 
     restrictions or permitting requirements on any activities 
     permitted at any time under existing laws and authorities 
     relating to reclamation and multiple uses of Federal land;
       (3) apply to, or require a permit for, casual collecting of 
     a rock, mineral, or invertebrate or plant fossil that is not 
     protected under this subtitle;
       (4) affect any land other than Federal land or affect the 
     lawful recovery, collection, or sale of paleontological 
     resources from land other than Federal land;
       (5) alter or diminish the authority of a Federal agency 
     under any other law to provide protection for paleontological 
     resources on Federal land in addition to the protection 
     provided under this subtitle; or
       (6) create any right, privilege, benefit, or entitlement 
     for any person who is not an officer or employee of the 
     United States acting in that capacity. No person who is not 
     an officer or employee of the United States acting in that 
     capacity shall have standing to file any civil action in a 
     court of the United States to enforce any provision or 
     amendment made by this subtitle.

     SEC. 6312. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

       There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be 
     necessary to carry out this subtitle.

       Subtitle E--Izembek National Wildlife Refuge Land Exchange

     SEC. 6401. DEFINITIONS.

       In this subtitle:
       (1) Corporation.--The term ``Corporation'' means the King 
     Cove Corporation.
       (2) Federal land.--The term ``Federal land'' means--
       (A) the approximately 206 acres of Federal land located 
     within the Refuge, as generally depicted on the map; and
       (B) the approximately 1,600 acres of Federal land located 
     on Sitkinak Island, as generally depicted on the map.
       (3) Map.--The term ``map'' means each of--
       (A) the map entitled ``Izembek and Alaska Peninsula 
     National Wildlife Refuges'' and dated September 2, 2008; and
       (B) the map entitled ``Sitkinak Island-Alaska Maritime 
     National Wildlife Refuge'' and dated September 2, 2008.
       (4) Non-federal land.--The term ``non-Federal land'' 
     means--
       (A) the approximately 43,093 acres of land owned by the 
     State, as generally depicted on the map; and
       (B) the approximately 13,300 acres of land owned by the 
     Corporation (including approximately 5,430 acres of land for 
     which the Corporation shall relinquish the selection rights 
     of the Corporation under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement 
     Act (43 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) as part of the land exchange 
     under section 6402(a)), as generally depicted on the map.
       (5) Refuge.--The term ``Refuge'' means the Izembek National 
     Wildlife Refuge.
       (6) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (7) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Alaska.
       (8) Tribe.--The term ``Tribe'' means the Agdaagux Tribe of 
     King Cove, Alaska.

     SEC. 6402. LAND EXCHANGE.

       (a) In General.--Upon receipt of notification by the State 
     and the Corporation of the intention of the State and the 
     Corporation to exchange the non-Federal land for the Federal 
     land, subject to the conditions and requirements described in 
     this subtitle, the Secretary may convey to the State all 
     right, title, and interest of the United States in and to the 
     Federal land. The Federal land within the Refuge shall be 
     transferred for the purpose of constructing a single-lane 
     gravel road between the communities of King Cove and Cold 
     Bay, Alaska.
       (b) Compliance With National Environmental Policy Act of 
     1969 and Other Applicable Laws.--
       (1) In general.--In determining whether to carry out the 
     land exchange under subsection (a), the Secretary shall--
       (A) comply with the National Environmental Policy Act of 
     1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.); and
       (B) except as provided in subsection (c), comply with any 
     other applicable law (including regulations).
       (2) Environmental impact statement.--
       (A) In general.--Not later than 60 days after the date on 
     which the Secretary receives notification under subsection 
     (a), the Secretary shall initiate the preparation of an 
     environmental impact statement required under the National 
     Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.).
       (B) Requirements.--The environmental impact statement 
     prepared under subparagraph (A) shall contain--
       (i) an analysis of--

       (I) the proposed land exchange; and
       (II) the potential construction and operation of a road 
     between the communities of King Cove and Cold Bay, Alaska; 
     and

       (ii) an evaluation of a specific road corridor through the 
     Refuge that is identified in consultation with the State, the 
     City of King Cove, Alaska, and the Tribe.
       (3) Cooperating agencies.--
       (A) In general.--During the preparation of the 
     environmental impact statement under paragraph (2), each 
     entity described in subparagraph (B) may participate as a 
     cooperating agency.
       (B) Authorized entities.--An authorized entity may 
     include--
       (i) any Federal agency that has permitting jurisdiction 
     over the road described in paragraph (2)(B)(i)(II);
       (ii) the State;
       (iii) the Aleutians East Borough of the State;
       (iv) the City of King Cove, Alaska;
       (v) the Tribe; and
       (vi) the Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council.
       (c) Valuation.--The conveyance of the Federal land and non-
     Federal land under this section shall not be subject to any 
     requirement under any Federal law (including regulations) 
     relating to the valuation, appraisal, or equalization of 
     land.
       (d) Public Interest Determination.--
       (1) Conditions for land exchange.--Subject to paragraph 
     (2), to carry out the land exchange under subsection (a), the 
     Secretary shall determine that the land exchange (including 
     the construction of a road between the City of King Cove, 
     Alaska, and the Cold Bay Airport) is in the public interest.
       (2) Limitation of authority of secretary.--The Secretary 
     may not, as a condition for a finding that the land exchange 
     is in the public interest--
       (A) require the State or the Corporation to convey 
     additional land to the United States; or
       (B) impose any restriction on the subsistence uses (as 
     defined in section 803 of the Alaska National Interest Lands 
     Conservation Act (16 U.S.C. 3113)) of waterfowl by rural 
     residents of the State.
       (e) Kinzaroff Lagoon.--The land exchange under subsection 
     (a) shall not be carried out before the date on which the 
     parcel of land owned by the State that is located in the 
     Kinzaroff Lagoon has been designated by the State as a State

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     refuge, in accordance with the applicable laws (including 
     regulations) of the State.
       (f) Designation of Road Corridor.--In designating the road 
     corridor described in subsection (b)(2)(B)(ii), the Secretary 
     shall--
       (1) minimize the adverse impact of the road corridor on the 
     Refuge;
       (2) transfer the minimum acreage of Federal land that is 
     required for the construction of the road corridor; and
       (3) to the maximum extent practicable, incorporate into the 
     road corridor roads that are in existence as of the date of 
     enactment of this Act.
       (g) Additional Terms and Conditions.--The land exchange 
     under subsection (a) shall be subject to any other term or 
     condition that the Secretary determines to be necessary.

     SEC. 6403. KING COVE ROAD.

       (a) Requirements Relating to Use, Barrier Cables, and 
     Dimensions.--
       (1) Limitations on use.--
       (A) In general.--Except as provided in subparagraph (B), 
     any portion of the road constructed on the Federal land 
     conveyed pursuant to this subtitle shall be used primarily 
     for health and safety purposes (including access to and from 
     the Cold Bay Airport) and only for noncommercial purposes.
       (B) Exceptions.--Notwithstanding subparagraph (A), the use 
     of taxis, commercial vans for public transportation, and 
     shared rides (other than organized transportation of 
     employees to a business or other commercial facility) shall 
     be allowed on the road described in subparagraph (A).
       (C) Requirement of agreement.--The limitations of the use 
     of the road described in this paragraph shall be enforced in 
     accordance with an agreement entered into between the 
     Secretary and the State.
       (2) Requirement of barrier cable.--The road described in 
     paragraph (1)(A) shall be constructed to include a cable 
     barrier on each side of the road, as described in the record 
     of decision entitled ``Mitigation Measure MM-11, King Cove 
     Access Project Final Environmental Impact Statement Record of 
     Decision'' and dated January 22, 2004, unless a different 
     type barrier is required as a mitigation measure in the 
     Record of Decision for Final Environmental Impact Statement 
     required in section 6402(b)(2).
       (3) Required dimensions and design features.--The road 
     described in paragraph (1)(A) shall--
       (A) have a width of not greater than a single lane, in 
     accordance with the applicable road standards of the State;
       (B) be constructed with gravel;
       (C) be constructed to comply with any specific design 
     features identified in the Record of Decision for Final 
     Environmental Impact Statement required in section 6402(b)(2) 
     as Mitigation Measures relative to the passage and migration 
     of wildlife, and also the exchange of tidal flows, where 
     applicable, in accordance with applicable Federal and State 
     design standards; and
       (D) if determined to be necessary, be constructed to 
     include appropriate safety pullouts.
       (b) Support Facilities.--Support facilities for the road 
     described in subsection (a)(1)(A) shall not be located within 
     the Refuge.
       (c) Federal Permits.--It is the intent of Congress that any 
     Federal permit required for construction of the road be 
     issued or denied not later than 1 year after the date of 
     application for the permit.
       (d) Applicable Law.--Nothing in this section amends, or 
     modifies the application of, section 1110 of the Alaska 
     National Interest Lands Conservation Act (16 U.S.C. 3170).
       (e) Mitigation Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Based on the evaluation of impacts 
     determined through the completion of the environmental impact 
     statement under section 6402(b)(2), the Secretary, in 
     consultation with the entities described in section 
     6402(b)(3)(B), shall develop an enforceable mitigation plan.
       (2) Corrective modifications.--The Secretary may make 
     corrective modifications to the mitigation plan developed 
     under paragraph (1) if--
       (A) the mitigation standards required under the mitigation 
     plan are maintained; and
       (B) the Secretary provides an opportunity for public 
     comment with respect to any proposed corrective modification.
       (3) Avoidance of wildlife impacts.--Road construction shall 
     adhere to any specific mitigation measures included in the 
     Record of Decision for Final Environmental Impact Statement 
     required in section 6402(b)(2) that--
       (A) identify critical periods during the calendar year when 
     the refuge is utilized by wildlife, especially migratory 
     birds; and
       (B) include specific mandatory strategies to alter, limit 
     or halt construction activities during identified high risk 
     periods in order to minimize impacts to wildlife, and
       (C) allow for the timely construction of the road.
       (4) Mitigation of wetland loss.--The plan developed under 
     this subsection shall comply with section 404 of the Federal 
     Water Pollution Control Act (33 U.S.C. 1344) with regard to 
     minimizing, to the greatest extent practicable, the filling, 
     fragmentation or loss of wetlands, especially intertidal 
     wetlands, and shall evaluate mitigating effect of those 
     wetlands transferred in Federal ownership under the 
     provisions of this subtitle.

     SEC. 6404. ADMINISTRATION OF CONVEYED LANDS.

       (1) Federal land.--Upon completion of the land exchange 
     under section 6402(a)--
       (A) the boundary of the land designated as wilderness 
     within the Refuge shall be modified to exclude the Federal 
     land conveyed to the State under the land exchange; and
       (B) the Federal land located on Sitkinak Island that is 
     withdrawn for use by the Coast Guard shall, at the request of 
     the State, be transferred by the Secretary to the State upon 
     the relinquishment or termination of the withdrawal.
       (2) Non-federal land.--Upon completion of the land exchange 
     under section 6402(a), the non-Federal land conveyed to the 
     United States under this subtitle shall be--
       (A) added to the Refuge or the Alaska Peninsula National 
     Wildlife Refuge, as appropriate, as generally depicted on the 
     map; and
       (B) administered in accordance with the laws generally 
     applicable to units of the National Wildlife Refuge System.
       (3) Wilderness additions.--
       (A) In general.--Upon completion of the land exchange under 
     section 6402(a), approximately 43,093 acres of land as 
     generally depicted on the map shall be added to--
       (i) the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness; or
       (ii) the Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge 
     Wilderness.
       (B) Administration.--The land added as wilderness under 
     subparagraph (A) shall be administered by the Secretary in 
     accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) 
     and other applicable laws (including regulations).

     SEC. 6405. FAILURE TO BEGIN ROAD CONSTRUCTION.

       (a) Notification To Void Land Exchange.--If the Secretary, 
     the State, and the Corporation enter into the land exchange 
     authorized under section 6402(a), the State or the 
     Corporation may notify the Secretary in writing of the 
     intention of the State or Corporation to void the exchange if 
     construction of the road through the Refuge has not begun.
       (b) Disposition of Land Exchange.--Upon the latter of the 
     date on which the Secretary receives a request under 
     subsection (a), and the date on which the Secretary 
     determines that the Federal land conveyed under the land 
     exchange under section 6402(a) has not been adversely 
     impacted (other than any nominal impact associated with the 
     preparation of an environmental impact statement under 
     section 6402(b)(2)), the land exchange shall be null and 
     void.
       (c) Return of Prior Ownership Status of Federal and Non-
     Federal Land.--If the land exchange is voided under 
     subsection (b)--
       (1) the Federal land and non-Federal land shall be returned 
     to the respective ownership status of each land prior to the 
     land exchange;
       (2) the parcel of the Federal land that is located in the 
     Refuge shall be managed as part of the Izembek National 
     Wildlife Refuge Wilderness; and
       (3) each selection of the Corporation under the Alaska 
     Native Claims Settlement Act (43 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) that 
     was relinquished under this subtitle shall be reinstated.

     SEC. 6406. EXPIRATION OF LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY.

       (a) In General.--Any legislative authority for construction 
     of a road shall expire at the end of the 7-year period 
     beginning on the date of the enactment of this subtitle 
     unless a construction permit has been issued during that 
     period.
       (b) Extension of Authority.--If a construction permit is 
     issued within the allotted period, the 7-year authority shall 
     be extended for a period of 5 additional years beginning on 
     the date of issuance of the construction permit.
       (c) Extension of Authority as Result of Legal Challenges.--
       (1)  In general.--Prior to the issuance of a construction 
     permit, if a lawsuit or administrative appeal is filed 
     challenging the land exchange or construction of the road 
     (including a challenge to the NEPA process, decisions, or any 
     required permit process required to complete construction of 
     the road), the 7-year deadline or the five-year extension 
     period, as appropriate, shall be extended for a time period 
     equivalent to the time consumed by the full adjudication of 
     the legal challenge or related administrative process.
       (2) Injunction.--After a construction permit has been 
     issued, if a court issues an injunction against construction 
     of the road, the 7-year deadline or 5-year extension, as 
     appropriate, shall be extended for a time period equivalent 
     to time period that the injunction is in effect.
       (d) Applicability of Section 6405.--Upon the expiration of 
     the legislative authority under this section, if a road has 
     not been constructed, the land exchange shall be null and 
     void and the land ownership shall revert to the respective 
     ownership status prior to the land exchange as provided in 
     section 6405.

            TITLE VII--NATIONAL PARK SERVICE AUTHORIZATIONS

           Subtitle A--Additions to the National Park System

     SEC. 7001. PATERSON GREAT FALLS NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK, NEW 
                   JERSEY.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) City.--The term ``City'' means the City of Paterson, 
     New Jersey.
       (2) Commission.--The term ``Commission'' means the Paterson 
     Great Falls National Historical Park Advisory Commission 
     established by subsection (e)(1).
       (3) Historic district.--The term ``Historic District'' 
     means the Great Falls Historic District in the State.
       (4) Management plan.--The term ``management plan'' means 
     the management plan for the Park developed under subsection 
     (d).
       (5) Map.--The term ``Map'' means the map entitled 
     ``Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park-Proposed 
     Boundary'', numbered T03/80,001, and dated May 2008.
       (6) Park.--The term ``Park'' means the Paterson Great Falls 
     National Historical Park established by subsection (b)(1)(A).
       (7) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (8) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of New 
     Jersey.

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       (b) Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park.--
       (1) Establishment.--
       (A) In general.--Subject to subparagraph (B), there is 
     established in the State a unit of the National Park System 
     to be known as the ``Paterson Great Falls National Historical 
     Park''.
       (B) Conditions for establishment.--The Park shall not be 
     established until the date on which the Secretary determines 
     that--
       (i)(I) the Secretary has acquired sufficient land or an 
     interest in land within the boundary of the Park to 
     constitute a manageable unit; or
       (II) the State or City, as appropriate, has entered into a 
     written agreement with the Secretary to donate--

       (aa) the Great Falls State Park, including facilities for 
     Park administration and visitor services; or
       (bb) any portion of the Great Falls State Park agreed to 
     between the Secretary and the State or City; and

       (ii) the Secretary has entered into a written agreement 
     with the State, City, or other public entity, as appropriate, 
     providing that--

       (I) land owned by the State, City, or other public entity 
     within the Historic District will be managed consistent with 
     this section; and
       (II) future uses of land within the Historic District will 
     be compatible with the designation of the Park.

       (2) Purpose.--The purpose of the Park is to preserve and 
     interpret for the benefit of present and future generations 
     certain historical, cultural, and natural resources 
     associated with the Historic District.
       (3) Boundaries.--The Park shall include the following 
     sites, as generally depicted on the Map:
       (A) The upper, middle, and lower raceways.
       (B) Mary Ellen Kramer (Great Falls) Park and adjacent land 
     owned by the City.
       (C) A portion of Upper Raceway Park, including the Ivanhoe 
     Wheelhouse and the Society for Establishing Useful 
     Manufactures Gatehouse.
       (D) Overlook Park and adjacent land, including the Society 
     for Establishing Useful Manufactures Hydroelectric Plant and 
     Administration Building.
       (E) The Allied Textile Printing site, including the Colt 
     Gun Mill ruins, Mallory Mill ruins, Waverly Mill ruins, and 
     Todd Mill ruins.
       (F) The Rogers Locomotive Company Erecting Shop, including 
     the Paterson Museum.
       (G) The Great Falls Visitor Center.
       (4) Availability of map.--The Map shall be on file and 
     available for public inspection in the appropriate offices of 
     the National Park Service.
       (5) Publication of notice.--Not later than 60 days after 
     the date on which the conditions in clauses (i) and (ii) of 
     paragraph (1)(B) are satisfied, the Secretary shall publish 
     in the Federal Register notice of the establishment of the 
     Park, including an official boundary map for the Park.
       (c) Administration.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall administer the Park in 
     accordance with--
       (A) this section; and
       (B) the laws generally applicable to units of the National 
     Park System, including--
       (i) the National Park Service Organic Act (16 U.S.C. 1 et 
     seq.); and
       (ii) the Act of August 21, 1935 (16 U.S.C. 461 et seq.).
       (2) State and local jurisdiction.--Nothing in this section 
     enlarges, diminishes, or modifies any authority of the State, 
     or any political subdivision of the State (including the 
     City)--
       (A) to exercise civil and criminal jurisdiction; or
       (B) to carry out State laws (including regulations) and 
     rules on non-Federal land located within the boundary of the 
     Park.
       (3) Cooperative agreements.--
       (A) In general.--As the Secretary determines to be 
     appropriate to carry out this section, the Secretary may 
     enter into cooperative agreements with the owner of the Great 
     Falls Visitor Center or any nationally significant properties 
     within the boundary of the Park under which the Secretary may 
     identify, interpret, restore, and provide technical 
     assistance for the preservation of the properties.
       (B) Right of access.--A cooperative agreement entered into 
     under subparagraph (A) shall provide that the Secretary, 
     acting through the Director of the National Park Service, 
     shall have the right of access at all reasonable times to all 
     public portions of the property covered by the agreement for 
     the purposes of--
       (i) conducting visitors through the properties; and
       (ii) interpreting the properties for the public.
       (C) Changes or alterations.--No changes or alterations 
     shall be made to any properties covered by a cooperative 
     agreement entered into under subparagraph (A) unless the 
     Secretary and the other party to the agreement agree to the 
     changes or alterations.
       (D) Conversion, use, or disposal.--Any payment made by the 
     Secretary under this paragraph shall be subject to an 
     agreement that the conversion, use, or disposal of a project 
     for purposes contrary to the purposes of this section, as 
     determined by the Secretary, shall entitle the United States 
     to reimbursement in amount equal to the greater of--
       (i) the amounts made available to the project by the United 
     States; or
       (ii) the portion of the increased value of the project 
     attributable to the amounts made available under this 
     paragraph, as determined at the time of the conversion, use, 
     or, disposal.
       (E) Matching funds.--
       (i) In general.--As a condition of the receipt of funds 
     under this paragraph, the Secretary shall require that any 
     Federal funds made available under a cooperative agreement 
     shall be matched on a 1-to-1 basis by non-Federal funds.
       (ii) Form.--With the approval of the Secretary, the non-
     Federal share required under clause (i) may be in the form of 
     donated property, goods, or services from a non-Federal 
     source.
       (4) Acquisition of land.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary may acquire land or 
     interests in land within the boundary of the Park by 
     donation, purchase from a willing seller with donated or 
     appropriated funds, or exchange.
       (B) Donation of state owned land.--Land or interests in 
     land owned by the State or any political subdivision of the 
     State may only be acquired by donation.
       (5) Technical assistance and public interpretation.--The 
     Secretary may provide technical assistance and public 
     interpretation of related historic and cultural resources 
     within the boundary of the Historic District.
       (d) Management Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 fiscal years after the 
     date on which funds are made available to carry out this 
     subsection, the Secretary, in consultation with the 
     Commission, shall complete a management plan for the Park in 
     accordance with--
       (A) section 12(b) of Public Law 91-383 (commonly known as 
     the ``National Park Service General Authorities Act'') (16 
     U.S.C. 1a-7(b)); and
       (B) other applicable laws.
       (2) Cost share.--The management plan shall include 
     provisions that identify costs to be shared by the Federal 
     Government, the State, and the City, and other public or 
     private entities or individuals for necessary capital 
     improvements to, and maintenance and operations of, the Park.
       (3) Submission to congress.--On completion of the 
     management plan, the Secretary shall submit the management 
     plan to--
       (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (e) Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park Advisory 
     Commission.--
       (1) Establishment.--There is established a commission to be 
     known as the ``Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park 
     Advisory Commission''.
       (2) Duties.--The duties of the Commission shall be to 
     advise the Secretary in the development and implementation of 
     the management plan.
       (3) Membership.--
       (A) Composition.--The Commission shall be composed of 9 
     members, to be appointed by the Secretary, of whom--
       (i) 4 members shall be appointed after consideration of 
     recommendations submitted by the Governor of the State;
       (ii) 2 members shall be appointed after consideration of 
     recommendations submitted by the City Council of Paterson, 
     New Jersey;
       (iii) 1 member shall be appointed after consideration of 
     recommendations submitted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders 
     of Passaic County, New Jersey; and
       (iv) 2 members shall have experience with national parks 
     and historic preservation.
       (B) Initial appointments.--The Secretary shall appoint the 
     initial members of the Commission not later than the earlier 
     of--
       (i) the date that is 30 days after the date on which the 
     Secretary has received all of the recommendations for 
     appointments under subparagraph (A); or
       (ii) the date that is 30 days after the Park is established 
     in accordance with subsection (b).
       (4) Term; vacancies.--
       (A) Term.--
       (i) In general.--A member shall be appointed for a term of 
     3 years.
       (ii) Reappointment.--A member may be reappointed for not 
     more than 1 additional term.
       (B) Vacancies.--A vacancy on the Commission shall be filled 
     in the same manner as the original appointment was made.
       (5) Meetings.--The Commission shall meet at the call of--
       (A) the Chairperson; or
       (B) a majority of the members of the Commission.
       (6) Quorum.--A majority of the Commission shall constitute 
     a quorum.
       (7) Chairperson and vice chairperson.--
       (A) In general.--The Commission shall select a Chairperson 
     and Vice Chairperson from among the members of the 
     Commission.
       (B) Vice chairperson.--The Vice Chairperson shall serve as 
     Chairperson in the absence of the Chairperson.
       (C) Term.--A member may serve as Chairperson or Vice 
     Chairman for not more than 1 year in each office.
       (8) Commission personnel matters.--
       (A) Compensation of members.--
       (i) In general.--Members of the Commission shall serve 
     without compensation.
       (ii) Travel expenses.--Members of the Commission shall be 
     allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of 
     subsistence, at rates authorized for an employee of an agency 
     under subchapter I of chapter 57 of title 5, United States 
     Code, while away from the home or regular place of business 
     of the member in the performance of the duties of the 
     Commission.
       (B) Staff.--
       (i) In general.--The Secretary shall provide the Commission 
     with any staff members and technical assistance that the 
     Secretary, after consultation with the Commission, determines 
     to be appropriate to enable the Commission to carry out the 
     duties of the Commission.
       (ii) Detail of employees.--The Secretary may accept the 
     services of personnel detailed from--

       (I) the State;
       (II) any political subdivision of the State; or
       (III) any entity represented on the Commission.

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       (9) FACA nonapplicability.--Section 14(b) of the Federal 
     Advisory Committee Act (5 U.S.C. App.) shall not apply to the 
     Commission.
       (10) Termination.--The Commission shall terminate 10 years 
     after the date of enactment of this Act.
       (f) Study of Hinchliffe Stadium.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 fiscal years after the 
     date on which funds are made available to carry out this 
     section, the Secretary shall complete a study regarding the 
     preservation and interpretation of Hinchliffe Stadium, which 
     is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
       (2) Inclusions.--The study shall include an assessment of--
       (A) the potential for listing the stadium as a National 
     Historic Landmark; and
       (B) options for maintaining the historic integrity of 
     Hinchliffe Stadium.
       (g) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section.

     SEC. 7002. WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON BIRTHPLACE HOME NATIONAL 
                   HISTORIC SITE.

       (a) Acquisition of Property; Establishment of Historic 
     Site.--Should the Secretary of the Interior acquire, by 
     donation only from the Clinton Birthplace Foundation, Inc., 
     fee simple, unencumbered title to the William Jefferson 
     Clinton Birthplace Home site located at 117 South Hervey 
     Street, Hope, Arkansas, 71801, and to any personal property 
     related to that site, the Secretary shall designate the 
     William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home site as a National 
     Historic Site and unit of the National Park System, to be 
     known as the ``President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace 
     Home National Historic Site''.
       (b) Applicability of Other Laws.--The Secretary shall 
     administer the President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace 
     Home National Historic Site in accordance with the laws 
     generally applicable to national historic sites, including 
     the Act entitled ``An Act to establish a National Park 
     Service, and for other purposes'', approved August 25, 1916 
     (16 U.S.C. 1-4), and the Act entitled ``An Act to provide for 
     the preservation of historic American sites, buildings, 
     objects and antiquities of national significance, and for 
     other purposes'', approved August 21, 1935 (16 U.S.C. 461 et 
     seq.).

     SEC. 7003. RIVER RAISIN NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD PARK.

       (a) Establishment.--
       (1) In general.--If Monroe County or Wayne County, 
     Michigan, or other willing landowners in either County offer 
     to donate to the United States land relating to the Battles 
     of the River Raisin on January 18 and 22, 1813, or the 
     aftermath of the battles, the Secretary of the Interior 
     (referred to in this section as the ``Secretary'') shall 
     accept the donated land.
       (2) Designation of park.--On the acquisition of land under 
     paragraph (1) that is of sufficient acreage to permit 
     efficient administration, the Secretary shall designate the 
     acquired land as a unit of the National Park System, to be 
     known as the ``River Raisin National Battlefield Park'' 
     (referred to in this section as the ``Park'').
       (3) Legal description.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary shall prepare a legal 
     description of the land and interests in land designated as 
     the Park by paragraph (2).
       (B) Availability of map and legal description.--A map with 
     the legal description shall be on file and available for 
     public inspection in the appropriate offices of the National 
     Park Service.
       (b) Administration.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the Park for 
     the purpose of preserving and interpreting the Battles of the 
     River Raisin in accordance with the National Park Service 
     Organic Act (16 U.S.C. 1 et seq.) and the Act of August 21, 
     1935 (16 U.S.C. 461 et seq.).
       (2) General management plan.--
       (A) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the date on 
     which funds are made available, the Secretary shall complete 
     a general management plan for the Park that, among other 
     things, defines the role and responsibility of the Secretary 
     with regard to the interpretation and the preservation of the 
     site.
       (B) Consultation.--The Secretary shall consult with and 
     solicit advice and recommendations from State, county, local, 
     and civic organizations and leaders, and other interested 
     parties in the preparation of the management plan.
       (C) Inclusions.--The plan shall include--
       (i) consideration of opportunities for involvement by and 
     support for the Park by State, county, and local governmental 
     entities and nonprofit organizations and other interested 
     parties; and
       (ii) steps for the preservation of the resources of the 
     site and the costs associated with these efforts.
       (D) Submission to congress.--On the completion of the 
     general management plan, the Secretary shall submit a copy of 
     the plan to the Committee on Natural Resources of the House 
     of Representatives and the Committee on Energy and Natural 
     Resources of the Senate.
       (3) Cooperative agreements.--The Secretary may enter into 
     cooperative agreements with State, county, local, and civic 
     organizations to carry out this section.
       (c) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to the 
     Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate and 
     the Committee on Natural Resources of the House a report 
     describing the progress made with respect to acquiring real 
     property under this section and designating the River Raisin 
     National Battlefield Park.
       (d) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section.

  Subtitle B--Amendments to Existing Units of the National Park System

     SEC. 7101. FUNDING FOR KEWEENAW NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK.

       (a) Acquisition of Property.--Section 4 of Public Law 102-
     543 (16 U.S.C. 410yy-3) is amended by striking subsection 
     (d).
       (b) Matching Funds.--Section 8(b) of Public Law 102-543 (16 
     U.S.C. 410yy-7(b)) is amended by striking ``$4'' and 
     inserting ``$1''.
       (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--Section 10 of Public 
     Law 102-543 (16 U.S.C. 410yy-9) is amended--
       (1) in subsection (a)--
       (A) by striking ``$25,000,000'' and inserting 
     ``$50,000,000''; and
       (B) by striking ``$3,000,000'' and inserting 
     ``$25,000,000''; and
       (2) in subsection (b), by striking ``$100,000'' and all 
     that follows through ``those duties'' and inserting 
     ``$250,000''.

     SEC. 7102. LOCATION OF VISITOR AND ADMINISTRATIVE FACILITIES 
                   FOR WEIR FARM NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE.

       Section 4(d) of the Weir Farm National Historic Site 
     Establishment Act of 1990 (16 U.S.C. 461 note) is amended--
       (1) in paragraph (1)(B), by striking ``contiguous to'' and 
     all that follows and inserting ``within Fairfield County.'';
       (2) by amending paragraph (2) to read as follows:
       ``(2) Development.--
       ``(A) Maintaining natural character.--The Secretary shall 
     keep development of the property acquired under paragraph (1) 
     to a minimum so that the character of the acquired property 
     will be similar to the natural and undeveloped landscape of 
     the property described in subsection (b).
       ``(B) Treatment of previously developed property.--Nothing 
     in subparagraph (A) shall either prevent the Secretary from 
     acquiring property under paragraph (1) that, prior to the 
     Secretary's acquisition, was developed in a manner 
     inconsistent with subparagraph (A), or require the Secretary 
     to remediate such previously developed property to reflect 
     the natural character described in subparagraph (A).''; and
       (3) in paragraph (3), in the matter preceding subparagraph 
     (A), by striking ``the appropriate zoning authority'' and all 
     that follows through ``Wilton, Connecticut,'' and inserting 
     ``the local governmental entity that, in accordance with 
     applicable State law, has jurisdiction over any property 
     acquired under paragraph (1)(A)''.

     SEC. 7103. LITTLE RIVER CANYON NATIONAL PRESERVE BOUNDARY 
                   EXPANSION.

       Section 2 of the Little River Canyon National Preserve Act 
     of 1992 (16 U.S.C. 698q) is amended--
       (1) in subsection (b)--
       (A) by striking ``The Preserve'' and inserting the 
     following:
       ``(1) In general.--The Preserve''; and
       (B) by adding at the end the following:
       ``(2) Boundary expansion.--The boundary of the Preserve is 
     modified to include the land depicted on the map entitled 
     `Little River Canyon National Preserve Proposed Boundary', 
     numbered 152/80,004, and dated December 2007.''; and
       (2) in subsection (c), by striking ``map'' and inserting 
     ``maps''.

     SEC. 7104. HOPEWELL CULTURE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK BOUNDARY 
                   EXPANSION.

       Section 2 of the Act entitled ``An Act to rename and expand 
     the boundaries of the Mound City Group National Monument in 
     Ohio'', approved May 27, 1992 (106 Stat. 185), is amended--
       (1) by striking ``and'' at the end of subsection (a)(3);
       (2) by striking the period at the end of subsection (a)(4) 
     and inserting ``; and'';
       (3) by adding after subsection (a)(4) the following new 
     paragraph:
       ``(5) the map entitled `Hopewell Culture National 
     Historical Park, Ohio Proposed Boundary Adjustment' numbered 
     353/80,049 and dated June, 2006.''; and
       (4) by adding after subsection (d)(2) the following new 
     paragraph:
       ``(3) The Secretary may acquire lands added by subsection 
     (a)(5) only from willing sellers.''.

     SEC. 7105. JEAN LAFITTE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK AND PRESERVE 
                   BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT.

       (a) In General.--Section 901 of the National Parks and 
     Recreation Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 230) is amended in the 
     second sentence by striking ``of approximately twenty 
     thousand acres generally depicted on the map entitled 
     `Barataria Marsh Unit-Jean Lafitte National Historical Park 
     and Preserve' numbered 90,000B and dated April 1978,'' and 
     inserting ``generally depicted on the map entitled `Boundary 
     Map, Barataria Preserve Unit, Jean Lafitte National 
     Historical Park and Preserve', numbered 467/80100A, and dated 
     December 2007,''.
       (b) Acquisition of Land.--Section 902 of the National Parks 
     and Recreation Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 230a) is amended--
       (1) in subsection (a)--
       (A) by striking ``(a) Within the'' and all that follows 
     through the first sentence and inserting the following:
       ``(a) In General.--
       ``(1) Barataria preserve unit.--
       ``(A) In general.--The Secretary may acquire any land, 
     water, and interests in land and water within the Barataria 
     Preserve Unit by donation, purchase with donated or 
     appropriated funds, transfer from any other Federal agency, 
     or exchange.
       ``(B) Limitations.--
       ``(i) In general.--Any non-Federal land depicted on the map 
     described in section 901 as `Lands Proposed for Addition' may 
     be acquired by the Secretary only with the consent of the 
     owner of the land.
       ``(ii) Boundary adjustment.--On the date on which the 
     Secretary acquires a parcel of land

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     described in clause (i), the boundary of the Barataria 
     Preserve Unit shall be adjusted to reflect the acquisition.
       ``(iii) Easements.--To ensure adequate hurricane protection 
     of the communities located in the area, any land identified 
     on the map described in section 901 that is acquired or 
     transferred shall be subject to any easements that have been 
     agreed to by the Secretary and the Secretary of the Army.
       ``(C) Transfer of administration jurisdiction.--Effective 
     on the date of enactment of the Omnibus Public Land 
     Management Act of 2009, administrative jurisdiction over any 
     Federal land within the areas depicted on the map described 
     in section 901 as `Lands Proposed for Addition' is 
     transferred, without consideration, to the administrative 
     jurisdiction of the National Park Service, to be administered 
     as part of the Barataria Preserve Unit.'';
       (B) in the second sentence, by striking ``The Secretary may 
     also acquire by any of the foregoing methods'' and inserting 
     the following:
       ``(2) French quarter.--The Secretary may acquire by any of 
     the methods referred to in paragraph (1)(A)'';
       (C) in the third sentence, by striking ``Lands, waters, and 
     interests therein'' and inserting the following:
       ``(3) Acquisition of state land.--Land, water, and 
     interests in land and water''; and
       (D) in the fourth sentence, by striking ``In acquiring'' 
     and inserting the following:
       ``(4) Acquisition of oil and gas rights.--In acquiring'';
       (2) by striking subsections (b) through (f) and inserting 
     the following:
       ``(b) Resource Protection.--With respect to the land, 
     water, and interests in land and water of the Barataria 
     Preserve Unit, the Secretary shall preserve and protect--
       ``(1) fresh water drainage patterns;
       ``(2) vegetative cover;
       ``(3) the integrity of ecological and biological systems; 
     and
       ``(4) water and air quality.
       ``(c) Adjacent Land.--With the consent of the owner and the 
     parish governing authority, the Secretary may--
       ``(1) acquire land, water, and interests in land and water, 
     by any of the methods referred to in subsection (a)(1)(A) 
     (including use of appropriations from the Land and Water 
     Conservation Fund); and
       ``(2) revise the boundaries of the Barataria Preserve Unit 
     to include adjacent land and water.''; and
       (3) by redesignating subsection (g) as subsection (d).
       (c) Definition of Improved Property.--Section 903 of the 
     National Parks and Recreation Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 230b) is 
     amended in the fifth sentence by inserting ``(or January 1, 
     2007, for areas added to the park after that date)'' after 
     ``January 1, 1977''.
       (d) Hunting, Fishing, and Trapping.--Section 905 of the 
     National Parks and Recreation Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 230d) is 
     amended in the first sentence by striking ``, except that 
     within the core area and on those lands acquired by the 
     Secretary pursuant to section 902(c) of this title, he'' and 
     inserting ``on land, and interests in land and water managed 
     by the Secretary, except that the Secretary''.
       (e) Administration.--Section 906 of the National Parks and 
     Recreation Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 230e) is amended--
       (1) by striking the first sentence; and
       (2) in the second sentence, by striking ``Pending such 
     establishment and thereafter the'' and inserting ``The''.
       (f) References in Law.--
       (1) In general.--Any reference in a law (including 
     regulations), map, document, paper, or other record of the 
     United States--
       (A) to the Barataria Marsh Unit shall be considered to be a 
     reference to the Barataria Preserve Unit; or
       (B) to the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park shall be 
     considered to be a reference to the Jean Lafitte National 
     Historical Park and Preserve.
       (2) Conforming amendments.--Title IX of the National Parks 
     and Recreation Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 230 et seq.) is 
     amended--
       (A) by striking ``Barataria Marsh Unit'' each place it 
     appears and inserting ``Barataria Preserve Unit''; and
       (B) by striking ``Jean Lafitte National Historical Park'' 
     each place it appears and inserting ``Jean Lafitte National 
     Historical Park and Preserve''.

     SEC. 7106. MINUTE MAN NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled ``Minute 
     Man National Historical Park Proposed Boundary'', numbered 
     406/81001, and dated July 2007.
       (2) Park.--The term ``Park'' means the Minute Man National 
     Historical Park in the State of Massachusetts.
       (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (b) Minute Man National Historical Park.--
       (1) Boundary adjustment.--
       (A) In general.--The boundary of the Park is modified to 
     include the area generally depicted on the map.
       (B) Availability of map.--The map shall be on file and 
     available for inspection in the appropriate offices of the 
     National Park Service.
       (2) Acquisition of land.--The Secretary may acquire the 
     land or an interest in the land described in paragraph (1)(A) 
     by--
       (A) purchase from willing sellers with donated or 
     appropriated funds;
       (B) donation; or
       (C) exchange.
       (3) Administration of land.--The Secretary shall administer 
     the land added to the Park under paragraph (1)(A) in 
     accordance with applicable laws (including regulations).
       (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section.

     SEC. 7107. EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK.

       (a) Inclusion of Tarpon Basin Property.--
       (1) Definitions.--In this subsection:
       (A) Hurricane hole.--The term ``Hurricane Hole'' means the 
     natural salt-water body of water within the Duesenbury Tracts 
     of the eastern parcel of the Tarpon Basin boundary adjustment 
     and accessed by Duesenbury Creek.
       (B) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled 
     ``Proposed Tarpon Basin Boundary Revision'', numbered 160/
     80,012, and dated May 2008.
       (C) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (D) Tarpon basin property.--The term ``Tarpon Basin 
     property'' means land that--
       (i) is comprised of approximately 600 acres of land and 
     water surrounding Hurricane Hole, as generally depicted on 
     the map; and
       (ii) is located in South Key Largo.
       (2) Boundary revision.--
       (A) In general.--The boundary of the Everglades National 
     Park is adjusted to include the Tarpon Basin property.
       (B) Acquisition authority.--The Secretary may acquire from 
     willing sellers by donation, purchase with donated or 
     appropriated funds, or exchange, land, water, or interests in 
     land and water, within the area depicted on the map, to be 
     added to Everglades National Park.
       (C) Availability of map.--The map shall be on file and 
     available for public inspection in the appropriate offices of 
     the National Park Service.
       (D) Administration.--Land added to Everglades National Park 
     by this section shall be administered as part of Everglades 
     National Park in accordance with applicable laws (including 
     regulations).
       (3) Hurricane hole.--The Secretary may allow use of 
     Hurricane Hole by sailing vessels during emergencies, subject 
     to such terms and conditions as the Secretary determines to 
     be necessary.
       (4) Authorization of appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this subsection.
       (b) Land Exchanges.--
       (1) Definitions.--In this subsection:
       (A) Company.--The term ``Company'' means Florida Power & 
     Light Company.
       (B) Federal land.--The term ``Federal Land'' means the 
     parcels of land that are--
       (i) owned by the United States;
       (ii) administered by the Secretary;
       (iii) located within the National Park; and
       (iv) generally depicted on the map as--

       (I) Tract A, which is adjacent to the Tamiami Trail, U.S. 
     Rt. 41; and
       (II) Tract B, which is located on the eastern boundary of 
     the National Park.

       (C) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map prepared by the 
     National Park Service, entitled ``Proposed Land Exchanges, 
     Everglades National Park'', numbered 160/60411A, and dated 
     September 2008.
       (D) National park.--The term ``National Park'' means the 
     Everglades National Park located in the State.
       (E) Non-federal land.--The term ``non-Federal land'' means 
     the land in the State that--
       (i) is owned by the State, the specific area and location 
     of which shall be determined by the State; or
       (ii)(I) is owned by the Company;
       (II) comprises approximately 320 acres; and
       (III) is located within the East Everglades Acquisition 
     Area, as generally depicted on the map as ``Tract D''.
       (F) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (G) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Florida 
     and political subdivisions of the State, including the South 
     Florida Water Management District.
       (2) Land exchange with state.--
       (A) In general.--Subject to the provisions of this 
     paragraph, if the State offers to convey to the Secretary all 
     right, title, and interest of the State in and to specific 
     parcels of non-Federal land, and the offer is acceptable to 
     the Secretary, the Secretary may, subject to valid existing 
     rights, accept the offer and convey to the State all right, 
     title, and interest of the United States in and to the 
     Federal land generally depicted on the map as ``Tract A''.
       (B) Conditions.--The land exchange under subparagraph (A) 
     shall be subject to such terms and conditions as the 
     Secretary may require.
       (C) Valuation.--
       (i) In general.--The values of the land involved in the 
     land exchange under subparagraph (A) shall be equal.
       (ii) Equalization.--If the values of the land are not 
     equal, the values may be equalized by donation, payment using 
     donated or appropriated funds, or the conveyance of 
     additional parcels of land.
       (D) Appraisals.--Before the exchange of land under 
     subparagraph (A), appraisals for the Federal and non-Federal 
     land shall be conducted in accordance with the Uniform 
     Appraisal Standards for Federal Land Acquisitions and the 
     Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.
       (E) Technical corrections.--Subject to the agreement of the 
     State, the Secretary may make minor corrections to correct 
     technical and clerical errors in the legal descriptions of 
     the Federal and non-Federal land and minor adjustments to the 
     boundaries of the Federal and non-Federal land.
       (F) Administration of land acquired by secretary.--Land 
     acquired by the Secretary under subparagraph (A) shall--
       (i) become part of the National Park; and

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       (ii) be administered in accordance with the laws applicable 
     to the National Park System.
       (3) Land exchange with company.--
       (A) In general.--Subject to the provisions of this 
     paragraph, if the Company offers to convey to the Secretary 
     all right, title, and interest of the Company in and to the 
     non-Federal land generally depicted on the map as ``Tract 
     D'', and the offer is acceptable to the Secretary, the 
     Secretary may, subject to valid existing rights, accept the 
     offer and convey to the Company all right, title, and 
     interest of the United States in and to the Federal land 
     generally depicted on the map as ``Tract B'', along with a 
     perpetual easement on a corridor of land contiguous to Tract 
     B for the purpose of vegetation management.
       (B) Conditions.--The land exchange under subparagraph (A) 
     shall be subject to such terms and conditions as the 
     Secretary may require.
       (C) Valuation.--
       (i) In general.--The values of the land involved in the 
     land exchange under subparagraph (A) shall be equal unless 
     the non-Federal land is of higher value than the Federal 
     land.
       (ii) Equalization.--If the values of the land are not 
     equal, the values may be equalized by donation, payment using 
     donated or appropriated funds, or the conveyance of 
     additional parcels of land.
       (D) Appraisal.--Before the exchange of land under 
     subparagraph (A), appraisals for the Federal and non-Federal 
     land shall be conducted in accordance with the Uniform 
     Appraisal Standards for Federal Land Acquisitions and the 
     Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.
       (E) Technical corrections.--Subject to the agreement of the 
     Company, the Secretary may make minor corrections to correct 
     technical and clerical errors in the legal descriptions of 
     the Federal and non-Federal land and minor adjustments to the 
     boundaries of the Federal and non-Federal land.
       (F) Administration of land acquired by secretary.--Land 
     acquired by the Secretary under subparagraph (A) shall--
       (i) become part of the National Park; and
       (ii) be administered in accordance with the laws applicable 
     to the National Park System.
       (4) Map.--The map shall be on file and available for public 
     inspection in the appropriate offices of the National Park 
     Service.
       (5) Boundary revision.--On completion of the land exchanges 
     authorized by this subsection, the Secretary shall adjust the 
     boundary of the National Park accordingly, including removing 
     the land conveyed out of Federal ownership.

     SEC. 7108. KALAUPAPA NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK.

       (a) In General.--The Secretary of the Interior shall 
     authorize Ka `Ohana O Kalaupapa, a non-profit organization 
     consisting of patient residents at Kalaupapa National 
     Historical Park, and their family members and friends, to 
     establish a memorial at a suitable location or locations 
     approved by the Secretary at Kalawao or Kalaupapa within the 
     boundaries of Kalaupapa National Historical Park located on 
     the island of Molokai, in the State of Hawaii, to honor and 
     perpetuate the memory of those individuals who were forcibly 
     relocated to Kalaupapa Peninsula from 1866 to 1969.
       (b) Design.--
       (1) In general.--The memorial authorized by subsection (a) 
     shall--
       (A) display in an appropriate manner the names of the first 
     5,000 individuals sent to the Kalaupapa Peninsula between 
     1866 and 1896, most of whom lived at Kalawao; and
       (B) display in an appropriate manner the names of the 
     approximately 3,000 individuals who arrived at Kalaupapa in 
     the second part of its history, when most of the community 
     was concentrated on the Kalaupapa side of the peninsula.
       (2) Approval.--The location, size, design, and inscriptions 
     of the memorial authorized by subsection (a) shall be subject 
     to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior.
       (c) Funding.--Ka `Ohana O Kalaupapa, a nonprofit 
     organization, shall be solely responsible for acceptance of 
     contributions for and payment of the expenses associated with 
     the establishment of the memorial.

     SEC. 7109. BOSTON HARBOR ISLANDS NATIONAL RECREATION AREA.

       (a) Cooperative Agreements.--Section 1029(d) of the Omnibus 
     Parks and Public Lands Management Act of 1996 (16 U.S.C. 
     460kkk(d)) is amended by striking paragraph (3) and inserting 
     the following:
       ``(3) Agreements.--
       ``(A) Definition of eligible entity.--In this paragraph, 
     the term `eligible entity' means--
       ``(i) the Commonwealth of Massachusetts;
       ``(ii) a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of 
     Massachusetts; or
       ``(iii) any other entity that is a member of the Boston 
     Harbor Islands Partnership described in subsection (e)(2).
       ``(B) Authority of secretary.--Subject to subparagraph (C), 
     the Secretary may consult with an eligible entity on, and 
     enter into with the eligible entity--
       ``(i) a cooperative management agreement to acquire from, 
     and provide to, the eligible entity goods and services for 
     the cooperative management of land within the recreation 
     area; and
       ``(ii) notwithstanding section 6305 of title 31, United 
     States Code, a cooperative agreement for the construction of 
     recreation area facilities on land owned by an eligible 
     entity for purposes consistent with the management plan under 
     subsection (f).
       ``(C) Conditions.--The Secretary may enter into an 
     agreement with an eligible entity under subparagraph (B) only 
     if the Secretary determines that--
       ``(i) appropriations for carrying out the purposes of the 
     agreement are available; and
       ``(ii) the agreement is in the best interests of the United 
     States.''.
       (b) Technical Amendments.--
       (1) Membership.--Section 1029(e)(2)(B) of the Omnibus Parks 
     and Public Lands Management Act of 1996 (16 U.S.C. 
     460kkk(e)(2)(B)) is amended by striking ``Coast Guard'' and 
     inserting ``Coast Guard.''.
       (2) Donations.--Section 1029(e)(11) of the Omnibus Parks 
     and Public Lands Management Act of 1996 (16 U.S.C. 
     460kkk(e)(11)) is amended by striking ``Nothwithstanding'' 
     and inserting ``Notwithstanding''.

     SEC. 7110. THOMAS EDISON NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK, NEW 
                   JERSEY.

       (a) Purposes.--The purposes of this section are--
       (1) to recognize and pay tribute to Thomas Alva Edison and 
     his innovations; and
       (2) to preserve, protect, restore, and enhance the Edison 
     National Historic Site to ensure public use and enjoyment of 
     the Site as an educational, scientific, and cultural center.
       (b) Establishment.--
       (1) In general.--There is established the Thomas Edison 
     National Historical Park as a unit of the National Park 
     System (referred to in this section as the ``Historical 
     Park'').
       (2) Boundaries.--The Historical Park shall be comprised of 
     all property owned by the United States in the Edison 
     National Historic Site as well as all property authorized to 
     be acquired by the Secretary of the Interior (referred to in 
     this section as the ``Secretary'') for inclusion in the 
     Edison National Historic Site before the date of the 
     enactment of this Act, as generally depicted on the map 
     entitled the ``Thomas Edison National Historical Park'', 
     numbered 403/80,000, and dated April 2008.
       (3) Map.--The map of the Historical Park shall be on file 
     and available for public inspection in the appropriate 
     offices of the National Park Service.
       (c) Administration.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall administer the 
     Historical Park in accordance with this section and with the 
     provisions of law generally applicable to units of the 
     National Park System, including the Acts entitled ``An Act to 
     establish a National Park Service, and for other purposes,'' 
     approved August 25, 1916 (39 Stat. 535; 16 U.S.C. 1 et seq.) 
     and ``An Act to provide for the preservation of historic 
     American sites, buildings, objects, and antiquities of 
     national significance, and for other purposes,'' approved 
     August 21, 1935 (16 U.S.C. 461 et seq.).
       (2) Acquisition of property.--
       (A) Real property.--The Secretary may acquire land or 
     interests in land within the boundaries of the Historical 
     Park, from willing sellers only, by donation, purchase with 
     donated or appropriated funds, or exchange.
       (B) Personal property.--The Secretary may acquire personal 
     property associated with, and appropriate for, interpretation 
     of the Historical Park.
       (3) Cooperative agreements.--The Secretary may consult and 
     enter into cooperative agreements with interested entities 
     and individuals to provide for the preservation, development, 
     interpretation, and use of the Historical Park.
       (4) Repeal of superseded law.--Public Law 87-628 (76 Stat. 
     428), regarding the establishment and administration of the 
     Edison National Historic Site, is repealed.
       (5) References.--Any reference in a law, map, regulation, 
     document, paper, or other record of the United States to the 
     ``Edison National Historic Site'' shall be deemed to be a 
     reference to the ``Thomas Edison National Historical Park''.
       (d) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary to carry out 
     this section.

     SEC. 7111. WOMEN'S RIGHTS NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK.

       (a) Votes for Women Trail.--Title XVI of Public Law 96-607 
     (16 U.S.C. 410ll) is amended by adding at the end the 
     following:

     ``SEC. 1602. VOTES FOR WOMEN TRAIL.

       ``(a) Definitions.--In this section:
       ``(1) Park.--The term `Park' means the Women's Rights 
     National Historical Park established by section 1601.
       ``(2) Secretary.--The term `Secretary' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior, acting through the Director of the National 
     Park Service.
       ``(3) State.--The term `State' means the State of New York.
       ``(4) Trail.--The term `Trail' means the Votes for Women 
     History Trail Route designated under subsection (b).
       ``(b) Establishment of Trail Route.--The Secretary, with 
     concurrence of the agency having jurisdiction over the 
     relevant roads, may designate a vehicular tour route, to be 
     known as the `Votes for Women History Trail Route', to link 
     properties in the State that are historically and 
     thematically associated with the struggle for women's 
     suffrage in the United States.
       ``(c) Administration.--The Trail shall be administered by 
     the National Park Service through the Park.
       ``(d) Activities.--To facilitate the establishment of the 
     Trail and the dissemination of information regarding the 
     Trail, the Secretary shall--
       ``(1) produce and disseminate appropriate educational 
     materials regarding the Trail, such as handbooks, maps, 
     exhibits, signs, interpretive guides, and electronic 
     information;
       ``(2) coordinate the management, planning, and standards of 
     the Trail in partnership with participating properties, other 
     Federal agencies, and State and local governments;
       ``(3) create and adopt an official, uniform symbol or 
     device to mark the Trail; and
       ``(4) issue guidelines for the use of the symbol or device 
     adopted under paragraph (3).
       ``(e) Elements of Trail Route.--Subject to the consent of 
     the owner of the property, the

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     Secretary may designate as an official stop on the Trail--
       ``(1) all units and programs of the Park relating to the 
     struggle for women's suffrage;
       ``(2) other Federal, State, local, and privately owned 
     properties that the Secretary determines have a verifiable 
     connection to the struggle for women's suffrage; and
       ``(3) other governmental and nongovernmental facilities and 
     programs of an educational, commemorative, research, or 
     interpretive nature that the Secretary determines to be 
     directly related to the struggle for women's suffrage.
       ``(f) Cooperative Agreements and Memoranda of 
     Understanding.--
       ``(1) In general.--To facilitate the establishment of the 
     Trail and to ensure effective coordination of the Federal and 
     non-Federal properties designated as stops along the Trail, 
     the Secretary may enter into cooperative agreements and 
     memoranda of understanding with, and provide technical and 
     financial assistance to, other Federal agencies, the State, 
     localities, regional governmental bodies, and private 
     entities.
       ``(2) Authorization of appropriations.--There are 
     authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary such sums as 
     are necessary for the period of fiscal years 2009 through 
     2013 to provide financial assistance to cooperating entities 
     pursuant to agreements or memoranda entered into under 
     paragraph (1).''.
       (b) National Women's Rights History Project National 
     Registry.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary of the Interior (referred to 
     in this section as the ``Secretary'') may make annual grants 
     to State historic preservation offices for not more than 5 
     years to assist the State historic preservation offices in 
     surveying, evaluating, and nominating to the National 
     Register of Historic Places women's rights history 
     properties.
       (2) Eligibility.--In making grants under paragraph (1), the 
     Secretary shall give priority to grants relating to 
     properties associated with the multiple facets of the women's 
     rights movement, such as politics, economics, education, 
     religion, and social and family rights.
       (3) Updates.--The Secretary shall ensure that the National 
     Register travel itinerary website entitled ``Places Where 
     Women Made History'' is updated to contain--
       (A) the results of the inventory conducted under paragraph 
     (1); and
       (B) any links to websites related to places on the 
     inventory.
       (4) Cost-sharing requirement.--The Federal share of the 
     cost of any activity carried out using any assistance made 
     available under this subsection shall be 50 percent.
       (5) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
     to be appropriated to the Secretary to carry out this 
     subsection $1,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2009 through 
     2013.
       (c) National Women's Rights History Project Partnerships 
     Network.--
       (1) Grants.--The Secretary may make matching grants and 
     give technical assistance for development of a network of 
     governmental and nongovernmental entities (referred to in 
     this subsection as the ``network''), the purpose of which is 
     to provide interpretive and educational program development 
     of national women's rights history, including historic 
     preservation.
       (2) Management of network.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary shall, through a competitive 
     process, designate a nongovernmental managing network to 
     manage the network.
       (B) Coordination.--The nongovernmental managing entity 
     designated under subparagraph (A) shall work in partnership 
     with the Director of the National Park Service and State 
     historic preservation offices to coordinate operation of the 
     network.
       (3) Cost-sharing requirement.--
       (A) In general.--The Federal share of the cost of any 
     activity carried out using any assistance made available 
     under this subsection shall be 50 percent.
       (B) State historic preservation offices.--Matching grants 
     for historic preservation specific to the network may be made 
     available through State historic preservation offices.
       (4) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
     to be appropriated to the Secretary to carry out this 
     subsection $1,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2009 through 
     2013.

     SEC. 7112. MARTIN VAN BUREN NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Historic site.--The term ``historic site'' means the 
     Martin Van Buren National Historic Site in the State of New 
     York established by Public Law 93-486 (16 U.S.C. 461 note) on 
     October 26, 1974.
       (2) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled 
     ``Boundary Map, Martin Van Buren National Historic Site'', 
     numbered ``460/80801'', and dated January 2005.
       (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (b) Boundary Adjustments to the Historic Site.--
       (1) Boundary adjustment.--The boundary of the historic site 
     is adjusted to include approximately 261 acres of land 
     identified as the ``PROPOSED PARK BOUNDARY'', as generally 
     depicted on the map.
       (2) Acquisition authority.--The Secretary may acquire the 
     land and any interests in the land described in paragraph (1) 
     from willing sellers by donation, purchase with donated or 
     appropriated funds, or exchange.
       (3) Availability of map.--The map shall be on file and 
     available for public inspection in the appropriate offices of 
     the National Park Service.
       (4) Administration.--Land acquired for the historic site 
     under this section shall be administered as part of the 
     historic site in accordance with applicable law (including 
     regulations).
       (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section.

     SEC. 7113. PALO ALTO BATTLEFIELD NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK.

       (a) Designation of Palo Alto Battlefield National 
     Historical Park.--
       (1) In general.--The Palo Alto Battlefield National 
     Historic Site shall be known and designated as the ``Palo 
     Alto Battlefield National Historical Park''.
       (2)  References.--Any reference in a law, map, regulation, 
     document, paper, or other record of the United States to the 
     historic site referred to in subsection (a) shall be deemed 
     to be a reference to the Palo Alto Battlefield National 
     Historical Park.
       (3) Conforming amendments.--The Palo Alto Battlefield 
     National Historic Site Act of 1991 (16 U.S.C. 461 note; 
     Public Law 102-304) is amended--
       (A) by striking ``National Historic Site'' each place it 
     appears and inserting ``National Historical Park'';
       (B) in the heading for section 3, by striking ``NATIONAL 
     HISTORIC SITE'' and inserting ``NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK''; 
     and
       (C) by striking ``historic site'' each place it appears and 
     inserting ``historical park''.
       (b) Boundary Expansion, Palo Alto Battlefield National 
     Historical Park, Texas.--Section 3(b) of the Palo Alto 
     Battlefield National Historic Site Act of 1991 (16 U.S.C. 461 
     note; Public Law 102-304) (as amended by subsection (a)) is 
     amended--
       (1) in paragraph (1), by striking ``(1) The historical 
     park'' and inserting the following:
       ``(1) In general.--The historical park'';
       (2) by redesignating paragraph (2) as paragraph (3);
       (3) by inserting after paragraph (1) the following:
       ``(2) Additional land.--
       ``(A) In general.--In addition to the land described in 
     paragraph (1), the historical park shall consist of 
     approximately 34 acres of land, as generally depicted on the 
     map entitled `Palo Alto Battlefield NHS Proposed Boundary 
     Expansion', numbered 469/80,012, and dated May 21, 2008.
       ``(B) Availability of map.--The map described in 
     subparagraph (A) shall be on file and available for public 
     inspection in the appropriate offices of the National Park 
     Service.''; and
       (4) in paragraph (3) (as redesignated by paragraph (2))--
       (A) by striking ``(3) Within'' and inserting the following:
       ``(3) Legal description.--Not later than''; and
       (B) in the second sentence, by striking ``map referred to 
     in paragraph (1)'' and inserting ``maps referred to in 
     paragraphs (1) and (2)''.

     SEC. 7114. ABRAHAM LINCOLN BIRTHPLACE NATIONAL HISTORICAL 
                   PARK.

       (a) Designation.--The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National 
     Historic Site in the State of Kentucky shall be known and 
     designated as the ``Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National 
     Historical Park''.
       (b) References.--Any reference in a law, map, regulation, 
     document, paper, or other record of the United States to the 
     Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site shall be 
     deemed to be a reference to the ``Abraham Lincoln Birthplace 
     National Historical Park''.

     SEC. 7115. NEW RIVER GORGE NATIONAL RIVER.

       Section 1106 of the National Parks and Recreation Act of 
     1978 (16 U.S.C. 460m-20) is amended in the first sentence by 
     striking ``may'' and inserting ``shall''.

     SEC. 7116. TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS.

       (a) Gaylord Nelson Wilderness.--
       (1) Redesignation.--Section 140 of division E of the 
     Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2005 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 
     Public Law 108-447), is amended--
       (A) in subsection (a), by striking ``Gaylord A. Nelson'' 
     and inserting ``Gaylord Nelson''; and
       (B) in subsection (c)(4), by striking ``Gaylord A. Nelson 
     Wilderness'' and inserting ``Gaylord Nelson Wilderness''.
       (2) References.--Any reference in a law, map, regulation, 
     document, paper, or other record of the United States to the 
     ``Gaylord A. Nelson Wilderness'' shall be deemed to be a 
     reference to the ``Gaylord Nelson Wilderness''.
       (b) Arlington House Land Transfer.--Section 2863(h)(1) of 
     Public Law 107-107 (115 Stat. 1333) is amended by striking 
     ``the George Washington Memorial Parkway'' and inserting 
     ``Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial,''.
       (c) Cumberland Island Wilderness.--Section 2(a)(1) of 
     Public Law 97-250 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 96 Stat. 709) is 
     amended by striking ``numbered 640/20,038I, and dated 
     September 2004'' and inserting ``numbered 640/20,038K, and 
     dated September 2005''.
       (d) Petrified Forest Boundary.--Section 2(1) of the 
     Petrified Forest National Park Expansion Act of 2004 (16 
     U.S.C. 119 note; Public Law 108-430) is amended by striking 
     ``numbered 110/80,044, and dated July 2004'' and inserting 
     ``numbered 110/80,045, and dated January 2005''.
       (e) Commemorative Works Act.--Chapter 89 of title 40, 
     United States Code, is amended--
       (1) in section 8903(d), by inserting ``Natural'' before 
     ``Resources'';
       (2) in section 8904(b), by inserting ``Advisory'' before 
     ``Commission''; and
       (3) in section 8908(b)(1)--
       (A) in the first sentence, by inserting ``Advisory'' before 
     ``Commission''; and
       (B) in the second sentence, by striking ``House 
     Administration'' and inserting ``Natural Resources''.
       (f) Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic 
     Trail.--Section 5(a)(25)(A) of the National Trails System Act 
     (16 U.S.C. 1244(a)(25)(A)) is amended by striking ``The John 
     Smith'' and inserting ``The Captain John Smith''.

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       (g) Delaware National Coastal Special Resource Study.--
     Section 604 of the Delaware National Coastal Special 
     Resources Study Act (Public Law 109-338; 120 Stat. 1856) is 
     amended by striking ``under section 605''.
       (h) Use of Recreation Fees.--Section 808(a)(1)(F) of the 
     Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act (16 U.S.C. 
     6807(a)(1)(F)) is amended by striking ``section 6(a)'' and 
     inserting ``section 806(a)''.
       (i) Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage 
     Area.--Section 297F(b)(2)(A) of the Crossroads of the 
     American Revolution National Heritage Area Act of 2006 
     (Public Law 109-338; 120 Stat. 1844) is amended by inserting 
     ``duties'' before ``of the''.
       (j) Cuyahoga Valley National Park.--Section 474(12) of the 
     Consolidated Natural Resources Act of 2008 (Public Law 1110-
     229; 122 Stat. 827) is amended by striking ``Cayohoga'' each 
     place it appears and inserting ``Cuyahoga''.
       (k) Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site.--
       (1) Name on map.--Section 313(d)(1)(B) of the Department of 
     the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1996 
     (Public Law 104-134; 110 Stat. 1321-199; 40 U.S.C. 872 note) 
     is amended by striking ``map entitled `Pennsylvania Avenue 
     National Historic Park', dated June 1, 1995, and numbered 
     840-82441'' and inserting ``map entitled `Pennsylvania Avenue 
     National Historic Site', dated August 25, 2008, and numbered 
     840-82441B''.
       (2) References.--Any reference in a law, map, regulation, 
     document, paper, or other record of the United States to the 
     Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Park shall be deemed to 
     be a reference to the ``Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic 
     Site''.

     SEC. 7117. DAYTON AVIATION HERITAGE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK, 
                   OHIO.

       (a) Additional Areas Included in Park.--Section 101 of the 
     Dayton Aviation Heritage Preservation Act of 1992 (16 U.S.C. 
     410ww, et seq.) is amended by adding at the end the 
     following:
       ``(c) Additional Sites.--In addition to the sites described 
     in subsection (b), the park shall consist of the following 
     sites, as generally depicted on a map titled `Dayton Aviation 
     Heritage National Historical Park', numbered 362/80,013 and 
     dated May 2008:
       ``(1) Hawthorn Hill, Oakwood, Ohio.
       ``(2) The Wright Company factory and associated land and 
     buildings, Dayton, Ohio.''.
       (b) Protection of Historic Properties.--Section 102 of the 
     Dayton Aviation Heritage Preservation Act of 1992 (16 U.S.C. 
     410ww-1) is amended--
       (1) in subsection (a), by inserting ``Hawthorn Hill, the 
     Wright Company factory,'' after ``, acquire'';
       (2) in subsection (b), by striking ``Such agreements'' and 
     inserting:
       ``(d) Conditions.--Cooperative agreements under this 
     section'';
       (3) by inserting before subsection (d) (as added by 
     paragraph 2) the following:
       ``(c) Cooperative Agreements.--The Secretary is authorized 
     to enter into a cooperative agreement with a partner or 
     partners, including the Wright Family Foundation, to operate 
     and provide programming for Hawthorn Hill and charge 
     reasonable fees notwithstanding any other provision of law, 
     which may be used to defray the costs of park operation and 
     programming.''; and
       (4) by striking ``Commission'' and inserting ``Aviation 
     Heritage Foundation''.
       (c) Grant Assistance.--The Dayton Aviation Heritage 
     Preservation Act of 1992, is amended--
       (1) by redesignating subsection (b) of section 108 as 
     subsection (c); and
       (2) by inserting after subsection (a) of section 108 the 
     following new subsection:
       ``(b) Grant Assistance.--The Secretary is authorized to 
     make grants to the parks' partners, including the Aviation 
     Trail, Inc., the Ohio Historical Society, and Dayton History, 
     for projects not requiring Federal involvement other than 
     providing financial assistance, subject to the availability 
     of appropriations in advance identifying the specific partner 
     grantee and the specific project. Projects funded through 
     these grants shall be limited to construction and development 
     on non-Federal property within the boundaries of the park. 
     Any project funded by such a grant shall support the purposes 
     of the park, shall be consistent with the park's general 
     management plan, and shall enhance public use and enjoyment 
     of the park.''.
       (d) National Aviation Heritage Area.--Title V of division J 
     of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2005 (16 U.S.C. 461 
     note; Public Law 108-447), is amended--
       (1) in section 503(3), by striking ``104'' and inserting 
     ``504'';
       (2) in section 503(4), by striking ``106'' and inserting 
     ``506'';
       (3) in section 504, by striking subsection (b)(2) and by 
     redesignating subsection (b)(3) as subsection (b)(2); and
       (4) in section 505(b)(1), by striking ``106'' and inserting 
     ``506''.

     SEC. 7118. FORT DAVIS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE.

       Public Law 87-213 (16 U.S.C. 461 note) is amended as 
     follows:
       (1) In the first section--
       (A) by striking ``the Secretary of the Interior'' and 
     inserting ``(a) The Secretary of the Interior'';
       (B) by striking ``476 acres'' and inserting ``646 acres''; 
     and
       (C) by adding at the end the following:
       ``(b) The Secretary may acquire from willing sellers land 
     comprising approximately 55 acres, as depicted on the map 
     titled `Fort Davis Proposed Boundary Expansion', numbered 
     418/80,045, and dated April 2008. The map shall be on file 
     and available for public inspection in the appropriate 
     offices of the National Park Service. Upon acquisition of the 
     land, the land shall be incorporated into the Fort Davis 
     National Historic Site.''.
       (2) By repealing section 3.

                  Subtitle C--Special Resource Studies

     SEC. 7201. WALNUT CANYON STUDY.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled ``Walnut 
     Canyon Proposed Study Area'' and dated July 17, 2007.
       (2) Secretaries.--The term ``Secretaries'' means the 
     Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture, 
     acting jointly.
       (3) Study area.--The term ``study area'' means the area 
     identified on the map as the ``Walnut Canyon Proposed Study 
     Area''.
       (b) Study.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretaries shall conduct a study of 
     the study area to assess--
       (A) the suitability and feasibility of designating all or 
     part of the study area as an addition to Walnut Canyon 
     National Monument, in accordance with section 8(c) of Public 
     Law 91-383 (16 U.S.C. 1a-5(c));
       (B) continued management of the study area by the Forest 
     Service; or
       (C) any other designation or management option that would 
     provide for--
       (i) protection of resources within the study area; and
       (ii) continued access to, and use of, the study area by the 
     public.
       (2) Consultation.--The Secretaries shall provide for public 
     comment in the preparation of the study, including 
     consultation with appropriate Federal, State, and local 
     governmental entities.
       (3) Report.--Not later than 18 months after the date on 
     which funds are made available to carry out this section, the 
     Secretaries shall submit to the Committee on Energy and 
     Natural Resources of the Senate and the Committee on Natural 
     Resources of the House of Representatives a report that 
     describes--
       (A) the results of the study; and
       (B) any recommendations of the Secretaries.
       (4) Authorization of appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section.

     SEC. 7202. TULE LAKE SEGREGATION CENTER, CALIFORNIA.

       (a) Study.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary of the Interior (referred to 
     in this section as the ``Secretary'') shall conduct a special 
     resource study of the Tule Lake Segregation Center to 
     determine the national significance of the site and the 
     suitability and feasibility of including the site in the 
     National Park System.
       (2) Study guidelines.--The study shall be conducted in 
     accordance with the criteria for the study of areas for 
     potential inclusion in the National Park System under section 
     8 of Public Law 91-383 (16 U.S.C. 1a-5).
       (3) Consultation.--In conducting the study, the Secretary 
     shall consult with--
       (A) Modoc County;
       (B) the State of California;
       (C) appropriate Federal agencies;
       (D) tribal and local government entities;
       (E) private and nonprofit organizations; and
       (F) private landowners.
       (4) Scope of study.--The study shall include an evaluation 
     of--
       (A) the significance of the site as a part of the history 
     of World War II;
       (B) the significance of the site as the site relates to 
     other war relocation centers;.
       (C) the historical resources of the site, including the 
     stockade, that are intact and in place;
       (D) the contributions made by the local agricultural 
     community to the World War II effort; and
       (E) the potential impact of designation of the site as a 
     unit of the National Park System on private landowners.
       (b) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date on which 
     funds are made available to conduct the study required under 
     this section, the Secretary shall submit to the Committee on 
     Natural Resources of the House of Representatives and the 
     Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate a 
     report describing the findings, conclusions, and 
     recommendations of the study.

     SEC. 7203. ESTATE GRANGE, ST. CROIX.

       (a) Study.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary of the Interior (referred to 
     in this section as the ``Secretary''), in consultation with 
     the Governor of the Virgin Islands, shall conduct a special 
     resource study of Estate Grange and other sites and resources 
     associated with Alexander Hamilton's life on St. Croix in the 
     United States Virgin Islands.
       (2) Contents.--In conducting the study under paragraph (1), 
     the Secretary shall evaluate--
       (A) the national significance of the sites and resources; 
     and
       (B) the suitability and feasibility of designating the 
     sites and resources as a unit of the National Park System.
       (3) Criteria.--The criteria for the study of areas for 
     potential inclusion in the National Park System contained in 
     section 8 of Public Law 91-383 (16 U.S.C. 1a-5) shall apply 
     to the study under paragraph (1).
       (4) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date on which 
     funds are first made available for the study under paragraph 
     (1), the Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Natural 
     Resources of the House of Representatives and the Committee 
     on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate a report 
     containing--
       (A) the results of the study; and
       (B) any findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the 
     Secretary.
       (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section.

     SEC. 7204. HARRIET BEECHER STOWE HOUSE, MAINE.

       (a) Study.--

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       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the date on 
     which funds are made available to carry out this section, the 
     Secretary of the Interior (referred to in this section as the 
     ``Secretary'') shall complete a special resource study of the 
     Harriet Beecher Stowe House in Brunswick, Maine, to 
     evaluate--
       (A) the national significance of the Harriet Beecher Stowe 
     House and surrounding land; and
       (B) the suitability and feasibility of designating the 
     Harriet Beecher Stowe House and surrounding land as a unit of 
     the National Park System.
       (2) Study guidelines.--In conducting the study authorized 
     under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall use the criteria for 
     the study of areas for potential inclusion in the National 
     Park System contained in section 8(c) of Public Law 91-383 
     (16 U.S.C. 1a-5(c)).
       (b) Report.--On completion of the study required under 
     subsection (a), the Secretary shall submit to the Committee 
     on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate and the 
     Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives a report containing the findings, 
     conclusions, and recommendations of the study.
       (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section.

     SEC. 7205. SHEPHERDSTOWN BATTLEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA.

       (a) Special Resources Study.--The Secretary of the Interior 
     (referred to in this section as the ``Secretary'') shall 
     conduct a special resource study relating to the Battle of 
     Shepherdstown in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, to evaluate--
       (1) the national significance of the Shepherdstown 
     battlefield and sites relating to the Shepherdstown 
     battlefield; and
       (2) the suitability and feasibility of adding the 
     Shepherdstown battlefield and sites relating to the 
     Shepherdstown battlefield as part of--
       (A) Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; or
       (B) Antietam National Battlefield.
       (b) Criteria.--In conducting the study authorized under 
     subsection (a), the Secretary shall use the criteria for the 
     study of areas for potential inclusion in the National Park 
     System contained in section 8(c) of Public Law 91-383 (16 
     U.S.C. 1a-5(c)).
       (c) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date on which 
     funds are made available to carry out this section, the 
     Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Energy and Natural 
     Resources of the Senate and the Committee on Natural 
     Resources of the House of Representatives a report containing 
     the findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the study 
     conducted under subsection (a).
       (d) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out 
     this section.

     SEC. 7206. GREEN MCADOO SCHOOL, TENNESSEE.

       (a) In General.--The Secretary of the Interior (referred to 
     in this section as the ``Secretary'') shall conduct a special 
     resource study of the site of Green McAdoo School in Clinton, 
     Tennessee, (referred to in this section as the ``site'') to 
     evaluate--
       (1) the national significance of the site; and
       (2) the suitability and feasibility of designating the site 
     as a unit of the National Park System.
       (b) Criteria.--In conducting the study under subsection 
     (a), the Secretary shall use the criteria for the study of 
     areas for potential inclusion in the National Park System 
     under section 8(c) of Public Law 91-383 (16 U.S.C. 1a-5(c)).
       (c) Contents.--The study authorized by this section shall--
       (1) determine the suitability and feasibility of 
     designating the site as a unit of the National Park System;
       (2) include cost estimates for any necessary acquisition, 
     development, operation, and maintenance of the site; and
       (3) identify alternatives for the management, 
     administration, and protection of the site.
       (d) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date on which 
     funds are made available to carry out this section, the 
     Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Natural Resources 
     of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Energy 
     and Natural Resources of the Senate a report that describes--
       (1) the findings and conclusions of the study; and
       (2) any recommendations of the Secretary.

     SEC. 7207. HARRY S TRUMAN BIRTHPLACE, MISSOURI.

       (a) In General.--The Secretary of the Interior (referred to 
     in this section as the ``Secretary'') shall conduct a special 
     resource study of the Harry S Truman Birthplace State 
     Historic Site (referred to in this section as the 
     ``birthplace site'') in Lamar, Missouri, to determine--
       (1) the suitability and feasibility of--
       (A) adding the birthplace site to the Harry S Truman 
     National Historic Site; or
       (B) designating the birthplace site as a separate unit of 
     the National Park System; and
       (2) the methods and means for the protection and 
     interpretation of the birthplace site by the National Park 
     Service, other Federal, State, or local government entities, 
     or private or nonprofit organizations.
       (b) Study Requirements.--The Secretary shall conduct the 
     study required under subsection (a) in accordance with 
     section 8(c) of Public Law 91-383 (16 U.S.C. 1a-5(c)).
       (c) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date on which 
     funds are made available to carry out this section, the 
     Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Natural Resources 
     of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Energy 
     and Natural Resources of the Senate a report containing--
       (1) the results of the study conducted under subsection 
     (a); and
       (2) any recommendations of the Secretary with respect to 
     the birthplace site.

     SEC. 7208. BATTLE OF MATEWAN SPECIAL RESOURCE STUDY.

       (a) In General.--The Secretary of the Interior (referred to 
     in this section as the ``Secretary'') shall conduct a special 
     resource study of the sites and resources at Matewan, West 
     Virginia, associated with the Battle of Matewan (also known 
     as the ``Matewan Massacre'') of May 19, 1920, to determine--
       (1) the suitability and feasibility of designating certain 
     historic areas of Matewan, West Virginia, as a unit of the 
     National Park System; and
       (2) the methods and means for the protection and 
     interpretation of the historic areas by the National Park 
     Service, other Federal, State, or local government entities, 
     or private or nonprofit organizations.
       (b) Study Requirements.--The Secretary shall conduct the 
     study required under subsection (a) in accordance with 
     section 8(c) of Public Law 91-383 (16 U.S.C. 1a-5(c)).
       (c) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date on which 
     funds are made available to carry out this section, the 
     Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Natural Resources 
     of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Energy 
     and Natural Resources of the Senate a report containing--
       (1) the results of the study conducted under subsection 
     (a); and
       (2) any recommendations of the Secretary with respect to 
     the historic areas.

     SEC. 7209. BUTTERFIELD OVERLAND TRAIL.

       (a) In General.--The Secretary of the Interior (referred to 
     in this section as the ``Secretary'') shall conduct a special 
     resource study along the route known as the ``Ox-Bow Route'' 
     of the Butterfield Overland Trail (referred to in this 
     section as the ``route'') in the States of Missouri, 
     Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, 
     and California to evaluate--
       (1) a range of alternatives for protecting and interpreting 
     the resources of the route, including alternatives for 
     potential addition of the Trail to the National Trails 
     System; and
       (2) the methods and means for the protection and 
     interpretation of the route by the National Park Service, 
     other Federal, State, or local government entities, or 
     private or nonprofit organizations.
       (b) Study Requirements.--The Secretary shall conduct the 
     study required under subsection (a) in accordance with 
     section 8(c) of Public Law 91-383 (16 U.S.C. 1a-5(c)) or 
     section 5(b) of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 
     1244(b)), as appropriate.
       (c) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date on which 
     funds are made available to carry out this section, the 
     Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Natural Resources 
     of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Energy 
     and Natural Resources of the Senate a report containing--
       (1) the results of the study conducted under subsection 
     (a); and
       (2) any recommendations of the Secretary with respect to 
     the route.

     SEC. 7210. COLD WAR SITES THEME STUDY.

       (a) Definitions.--
       (1) Advisory committee.--The term ``Advisory Committee'' 
     means the Cold War Advisory Committee established under 
     subsection (c).
       (2) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (3) Theme study.--The term ``theme study'' means the 
     national historic landmark theme study conducted under 
     subsection (b)(1).
       (b) Cold War Theme Study.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall conduct a national 
     historic landmark theme study to identify sites and resources 
     in the United States that are significant to the Cold War.
       (2) Resources.--In conducting the theme study, the 
     Secretary shall consider--
       (A) the inventory of sites and resources associated with 
     the Cold War completed by the Secretary of Defense under 
     section 8120(b)(9) of the Department of Defense 
     Appropriations Act, 1991 (Public Law 101-511; 104 Stat. 
     1906); and
       (B) historical studies and research of Cold War sites and 
     resources, including--
       (i) intercontinental ballistic missiles;
       (ii) flight training centers;
       (iii) manufacturing facilities;
       (iv) communications and command centers (such as Cheyenne 
     Mountain, Colorado);
       (v) defensive radar networks (such as the Distant Early 
     Warning Line);
       (vi) nuclear weapons test sites (such as the Nevada test 
     site); and
       (vii) strategic and tactical aircraft.
       (3) Contents.--The theme study shall include--
       (A) recommendations for commemorating and interpreting 
     sites and resources identified by the theme study, 
     including--
       (i) sites for which studies for potential inclusion in the 
     National Park System should be authorized;
       (ii) sites for which new national historic landmarks should 
     be nominated; and
       (iii) other appropriate designations;
       (B) recommendations for cooperative agreements with--
       (i) State and local governments;
       (ii) local historical organizations; and
       (iii) other appropriate entities; and
       (C) an estimate of the amount required to carry out the 
     recommendations under subparagraphs (A) and (B).
       (4) Consultation.--In conducting the theme study, the 
     Secretary shall consult with--
       (A) the Secretary of the Air Force;
       (B) State and local officials;
       (C) State historic preservation offices; and
       (D) other interested organizations and individuals.
       (5) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date on which 
     funds are made available to carry

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     out this section, the Secretary shall submit to the Committee 
     on Natural Resources of the House of Representatives and the 
     Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate a 
     report that describes the findings, conclusions, and 
     recommendations of the theme study.
       (c) Cold War Advisory Committee.--
       (1) Establishment.--As soon as practicable after funds are 
     made available to carry out this section, the Secretary shall 
     establish an advisory committee, to be known as the ``Cold 
     War Advisory Committee'', to assist the Secretary in carrying 
     out this section.
       (2) Composition.--The Advisory Committee shall be composed 
     of 9 members, to be appointed by the Secretary, of whom--
       (A) 3 shall have expertise in Cold War history;
       (B) 2 shall have expertise in historic preservation;
       (C) 1 shall have expertise in the history of the United 
     States; and
       (D) 3 shall represent the general public.
       (3) Chairperson.--The Advisory Committee shall select a 
     chairperson from among the members of the Advisory Committee.
       (4) Compensation.--A member of the Advisory Committee shall 
     serve without compensation but may be reimbursed by the 
     Secretary for expenses reasonably incurred in the performance 
     of the duties of the Advisory Committee.
       (5) Meetings.--On at least 3 occasions, the Secretary (or a 
     designee) shall meet and consult with the Advisory Committee 
     on matters relating to the theme study.
       (d) Interpretive Handbook on the Cold War.--Not later than 
     4 years after the date on which funds are made available to 
     carry out this section, the Secretary shall--
       (1) prepare and publish an interpretive handbook on the 
     Cold War; and
       (2) disseminate information in the theme study by other 
     appropriate means.
       (e) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated to carry out this section $500,000.

     SEC. 7211. BATTLE OF CAMDEN, SOUTH CAROLINA.

       (a) In General.--The Secretary shall complete a special 
     resource study of the site of the Battle of Camden fought in 
     South Carolina on August 16, 1780, and the site of Historic 
     Camden, which is a National Park System Affiliated Area, to 
     determine--
       (1) the suitability and feasibility of designating the 
     sites as a unit or units of the National Park System; and
       (2) the methods and means for the protection and 
     interpretation of these sites by the National Park Service, 
     other Federal, State, or local government entities or private 
     or non-profit organizations.
       (b) Study Requirements.--The Secretary shall conduct the 
     study in accordance with section 8(c) of Public Law 91-383 
     (16 U.S.C. 1a-5(c)).
       (c) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date on which 
     funds are made available to carry out this section, the 
     Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Natural Resources 
     of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Energy 
     and Natural Resources of the Senate a report containing--
       (1) the results of the study; and
       (2) any recommendations of the Secretary.

     SEC. 7212. FORT SAN GERONIMO, PUERTO RICO.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Fort san geronimo.--The term ``Fort San Geronimo'' 
     (also known as ``Fortin de San Geronimo del Boqueron'') means 
     the fort and grounds listed on the National Register of 
     Historic Places and located near Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.
       (2) Related resources.--The term ``related resources'' 
     means other parts of the fortification system of old San Juan 
     that are not included within the boundary of San Juan 
     National Historic Site, such as sections of the City Wall or 
     other fortifications.
       (b) Study.--
       (1) In general.--The Secretary shall complete a special 
     resource study of Fort San Geronimo and other related 
     resources, to determine--
       (A) the suitability and feasibility of including Fort San 
     Geronimo and other related resources in the Commonwealth of 
     Puerto Rico as part of San Juan National Historic Site; and
       (B) the methods and means for the protection and 
     interpretation of Fort San Geronimo and other related 
     resources by the National Park Service, other Federal, State, 
     or local government entities or private or non-profit 
     organizations.
       (2) Study requirements.--The Secretary shall conduct the 
     study in accordance with section 8(c) of Public Law 91-383 
     (16 U.S.C. 1a-5(c)).
       (c) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date on which 
     funds are made available to carry out this section, the 
     Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Natural Resources 
     of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Energy 
     and Natural Resources of the Senate a report containing--
       (1) the results of the study; and
       (2) any recommendations of the Secretary.

                   Subtitle D--Program Authorizations

     SEC. 7301. AMERICAN BATTLEFIELD PROTECTION PROGRAM.

       (a) Purpose.--The purpose of this section is to assist 
     citizens, public and private institutions, and governments at 
     all levels in planning, interpreting, and protecting sites 
     where historic battles were fought on American soil during 
     the armed conflicts that shaped the growth and development of 
     the United States, in order that present and future 
     generations may learn and gain inspiration from the ground 
     where Americans made their ultimate sacrifice.
       (b) Preservation Assistance.--
       (1) In general.--Using the established national historic 
     preservation program to the extent practicable, the Secretary 
     of the Interior, acting through the American Battlefield 
     Protection Program, shall encourage, support, assist, 
     recognize, and work in partnership with citizens, Federal, 
     State, local, and tribal governments, other public entities, 
     educational institutions, and private nonprofit organizations 
     in identifying, researching, evaluating, interpreting, and 
     protecting historic battlefields and associated sites on a 
     National, State, and local level.
       (2) Financial assistance.--To carry out paragraph (1), the 
     Secretary may use a cooperative agreement, grant, contract, 
     or other generally adopted means of providing financial 
     assistance.
       (3) Authorization of appropriations.--There are authorized 
     to be appropriated $3,000,000 annually to carry out this 
     subsection, to remain available until expended.
       (c) Battlefield Acquisition Grant Program.--
       (1) Definitions.--In this subsection:
       (A) Battlefield report.--The term ``Battlefield Report'' 
     means the document entitled ``Report on the Nation's Civil 
     War Battlefields'', prepared by the Civil War Sites Advisory 
     Commission, and dated July 1993.
       (B) Eligible entity.--The term ``eligible entity'' means a 
     State or local government.
       (C) Eligible site.--The term ``eligible site'' means a 
     site--
       (i) that is not within the exterior boundaries of a unit of 
     the National Park System; and
       (ii) that is identified in the Battlefield Report.
       (D) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior, acting through the American Battlefield 
     Protection Program.
       (2) Establishment.--The Secretary shall establish a 
     battlefield acquisition grant program under which the 
     Secretary may provide grants to eligible entities to pay the 
     Federal share of the cost of acquiring interests in eligible 
     sites for the preservation and protection of those eligible 
     sites.
       (3) Nonprofit partners.--An eligible entity may acquire an 
     interest in an eligible site using a grant under this 
     subsection in partnership with a nonprofit organization.
       (4) Non-federal share.--The non-Federal share of the total 
     cost of acquiring an interest in an eligible site under this 
     subsection shall be not less than 50 percent.
       (5) Limitation on land use.--An interest in an eligible 
     site acquired under this subsection shall be subject to 
     section 6(f)(3) of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act 
     of 1965 (16 U.S.C. 460l-8(f)(3)).
       (6) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
     to be appropriated to the Secretary to provide grants under 
     this subsection $10,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2009 
     through 2013.

     SEC. 7302. PRESERVE AMERICA PROGRAM.

       (a) Purpose.--The purpose of this section is to authorize 
     the Preserve America Program, including--
       (1) the Preserve America grant program within the 
     Department of the Interior;
       (2) the recognition programs administered by the Advisory 
     Council on Historic Preservation; and
       (3) the related efforts of Federal agencies, working in 
     partnership with State, tribal, and local governments and the 
     private sector, to support and promote the preservation of 
     historic resources.
       (b) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Council.--The term ``Council'' means the Advisory 
     Council on Historic Preservation.
       (2) Heritage tourism.--The term ``heritage tourism'' means 
     the conduct of activities to attract and accommodate visitors 
     to a site or area based on the unique or special aspects of 
     the history, landscape (including trail systems), and culture 
     of the site or area.
       (3) Program.--The term ``program'' means the Preserve 
     America Program established under subsection (c)(1).
       (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (c) Establishment.--
       (1) In general.--There is established in the Department of 
     the Interior the Preserve America Program, under which the 
     Secretary, in partnership with the Council, may provide 
     competitive grants to States, local governments (including 
     local governments in the process of applying for designation 
     as Preserve America Communities under subsection (d)), Indian 
     tribes, communities designated as Preserve America 
     Communities under subsection (d), State historic preservation 
     offices, and tribal historic preservation offices to support 
     preservation efforts through heritage tourism, education, and 
     historic preservation planning activities.
       (2) Eligible projects.--
       (A) In general.--The following projects shall be eligible 
     for a grant under this section:
       (i) A project for the conduct of--

       (I) research on, and documentation of, the history of a 
     community; and
       (II) surveys of the historic resources of a community.

       (ii) An education and interpretation project that conveys 
     the history of a community or site.
       (iii) A planning project (other than building 
     rehabilitation) that advances economic development using 
     heritage tourism and historic preservation.
       (iv) A training project that provides opportunities for 
     professional development in areas that would aid a community 
     in using and promoting its historic resources.
       (v) A project to support heritage tourism in a Preserve 
     America Community designated under subsection (d).
       (vi) Other nonconstruction projects that identify or 
     promote historic properties or provide for the education of 
     the public about historic properties that are consistent with 
     the purposes of this section.

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       (B) Limitation.--In providing grants under this section, 
     the Secretary shall only provide 1 grant to each eligible 
     project selected for a grant.
       (3) Preference.--In providing grants under this section, 
     the Secretary may give preference to projects that carry out 
     the purposes of both the program and the Save America's 
     Treasures Program.
       (4) Consultation and notification.--
       (A) Consultation.--The Secretary shall consult with the 
     Council in preparing the list of projects to be provided 
     grants for a fiscal year under the program.
       (B) Notification.--Not later than 30 days before the date 
     on which the Secretary provides grants for a fiscal year 
     under the program, the Secretary shall submit to the 
     Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate, the 
     Committee on Appropriations of the Senate, the Committee on 
     Natural Resources of the House of Representatives, and the 
     Committee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives a 
     list of any eligible projects that are to be provided grants 
     under the program for the fiscal year.
       (5) Cost-sharing requirement.--
       (A) In general.--The non-Federal share of the cost of 
     carrying out a project provided a grant under this section 
     shall be not less than 50 percent of the total cost of the 
     project.
       (B) Form of non-federal share.--The non-Federal share 
     required under subparagraph (A) shall be in the form of--
       (i) cash; or
       (ii) donated supplies and related services, the value of 
     which shall be determined by the Secretary.
       (C) Requirement.--The Secretary shall ensure that each 
     applicant for a grant has the capacity to secure, and a 
     feasible plan for securing, the non-Federal share for an 
     eligible project required under subparagraph (A) before a 
     grant is provided to the eligible project under the program.
       (d) Designation of Preserve America Communities.--
       (1) Application.--To be considered for designation as a 
     Preserve America Community, a community, tribal area, or 
     neighborhood shall submit to the Council an application 
     containing such information as the Council may require.
       (2) Criteria.--To be designated as a Preserve America 
     Community under the program, a community, tribal area, or 
     neighborhood that submits an application under paragraph (1) 
     shall, as determined by the Council, in consultation with the 
     Secretary, meet criteria required by the Council and, in 
     addition, consider--
       (A) protection and celebration of the heritage of the 
     community, tribal area, or neighborhood;
       (B) use of the historic assets of the community, tribal 
     area, or neighborhood for economic development and community 
     revitalization; and
       (C) encouragement of people to experience and appreciate 
     local historic resources through education and heritage 
     tourism programs.
       (3) Local governments previously certified for historic 
     preservation activities.--The Council shall establish an 
     expedited process for Preserve America Community designation 
     for local governments previously certified for historic 
     preservation activities under section 101(c)(1) of the 
     National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470a(c)(1)).
       (4) Guidelines.--The Council, in consultation with the 
     Secretary, shall establish any guidelines that are necessary 
     to carry out this subsection.
       (e) Regulations.--The Secretary shall develop any 
     guidelines and issue any regulations that the Secretary 
     determines to be necessary to carry out this section.
       (f) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized 
     to be appropriated to carry out this section $25,000,000 for 
     each fiscal year, to remain available until expended.

     SEC. 7303. SAVE AMERICA'S TREASURES PROGRAM.

       (a) Purpose.--The purpose of this section is to authorize 
     within the Department of the Interior the Save America's 
     Treasures Program, to be carried out by the Director of the 
     National Park Service, in partnership with--
       (1) the National Endowment for the Arts;
       (2) the National Endowment for the Humanities;
       (3) the Institute of Museum and Library Services;
       (4) the National Trust for Historic Preservation;
       (5) the National Conference of State Historic Preservation 
     Officers;
       (6) the National Association of Tribal Historic 
     Preservation Officers; and
       (7) the President's Committee on the Arts and the 
     Humanities.
       (b) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Collection.--The term ``collection'' means a collection 
     of intellectual and cultural artifacts, including documents, 
     sculpture, and works of art.
       (2) Eligible entity.--The term ``eligible entity'' means a 
     Federal entity, State, local, or tribal government, 
     educational institution, or nonprofit organization.
       (3) Historic property.--The term ``historic property'' has 
     the meaning given the term in section 301 of the National 
     Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470w).
       (4) Nationally significant.--The term ``nationally 
     significant'' means a collection or historic property that 
     meets the applicable criteria for national significance, in 
     accordance with regulations promulgated by the Secretary 
     pursuant to section 101(a)(2) of the National Historic 
     Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470a(a)(2)).
       (5) Program.--The term ``program'' means the Save America's 
     Treasures Program established under subsection (c)(1).
       (6) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior, acting through the Director of the National 
     Park Service.
       (c) Establishment.--
       (1) In general.--There is established in the Department of 
     the Interior the Save America's Treasures program, under 
     which the amounts made available to the Secretary under 
     subsection (e) shall be used by the Secretary, in 
     consultation with the organizations described in subsection 
     (a), subject to paragraph (6)(A)(ii), to provide grants to 
     eligible entities for projects to preserve nationally 
     significant collections and historic properties.
       (2) Determination of grants.--Of the amounts made available 
     for grants under subsection (e), not less than 50 percent 
     shall be made available for grants for projects to preserve 
     collections and historic properties, to be distributed 
     through a competitive grant process administered by the 
     Secretary, subject to the eligibility criteria established 
     under paragraph (5).
       (3) Applications for grants.--To be considered for a 
     competitive grant under the program an eligible entity shall 
     submit to the Secretary an application containing such 
     information as the Secretary may require.
       (4) Collections and historic properties eligible for 
     competitive grants.--
       (A) In general.--A collection or historic property shall be 
     provided a competitive grant under the program only if the 
     Secretary determines that the collection or historic property 
     is--
       (i) nationally significant; and
       (ii) threatened or endangered.
       (B) Eligible collections.--A determination by the Secretary 
     regarding the national significance of collections under 
     subparagraph (A)(i) shall be made in consultation with the 
     organizations described in subsection (a), as appropriate.
       (C) Eligible historic properties.--To be eligible for a 
     competitive grant under the program, a historic property 
     shall, as of the date of the grant application--
       (i) be listed in the National Register of Historic Places 
     at the national level of significance; or
       (ii) be designated as a National Historic Landmark.
       (5) Selection criteria for grants.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary shall not provide a grant 
     under this section to a project for an eligible collection or 
     historic property unless the project--
       (i) eliminates or substantially mitigates the threat of 
     destruction or deterioration of the eligible collection or 
     historic property;
       (ii) has a clear public benefit; and
       (iii) is able to be completed on schedule and within the 
     budget described in the grant application.
       (B) Preference.--In providing grants under this section, 
     the Secretary may give preference to projects that carry out 
     the purposes of both the program and the Preserve America 
     Program.
       (C) Limitation.--In providing grants under this section, 
     the Secretary shall only provide 1 grant to each eligible 
     project selected for a grant.
       (6) Consultation and notification by secretary.--
       (A) Consultation.--
       (i) In general.--Subject to clause (ii), the Secretary 
     shall consult with the organizations described in subsection 
     (a) in preparing the list of projects to be provided grants 
     for a fiscal year by the Secretary under the program.
       (ii) Limitation.--If an entity described in clause (i) has 
     submitted an application for a grant under the program, the 
     entity shall be recused by the Secretary from the 
     consultation requirements under that clause and paragraph 
     (1).
       (B) Notification.--Not later than 30 days before the date 
     on which the Secretary provides grants for a fiscal year 
     under the program, the Secretary shall submit to the 
     Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate, the 
     Committee on Appropriations of the Senate, the Committee on 
     Natural Resources of the House of Representatives, and the 
     Committee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives a 
     list of any eligible projects that are to be provided grants 
     under the program for the fiscal year.
       (7) Cost-sharing requirement.--
       (A) In general.--The non-Federal share of the cost of 
     carrying out a project provided a grant under this section 
     shall be not less than 50 percent of the total cost of the 
     project.
       (B) Form of non-federal share.--The non-Federal share 
     required under subparagraph (A) shall be in the form of--
       (i) cash; or
       (ii) donated supplies or related services, the value of 
     which shall be determined by the Secretary.
       (C) Requirement.--The Secretary shall ensure that each 
     applicant for a grant has the capacity and a feasible plan 
     for securing the non-Federal share for an eligible project 
     required under subparagraph (A) before a grant is provided to 
     the eligible project under the program.
       (d) Regulations.--The Secretary shall develop any 
     guidelines and issue any regulations that the Secretary 
     determines to be necessary to carry out this section.
       (e) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized 
     to be appropriated to carry out this section $50,000,000 for 
     each fiscal year, to remain available until expended.

     SEC. 7304. ROUTE 66 CORRIDOR PRESERVATION PROGRAM.

       Section 4 of Public Law 106-45 (16 U.S.C. 461 note; 113 
     Stat. 226) is amended by striking ``2009'' and inserting 
     ``2019''.

     SEC. 7305. NATIONAL CAVE AND KARST RESEARCH INSTITUTE.

       The National Cave and Karst Research Institute Act of 1998 
     (16 U.S.C. 4310 note; Public Law 105-325) is amended by 
     striking section 5 and inserting the following:

     ``SEC. 5. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

       ``There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as are 
     necessary to carry out this Act.''.

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                    Subtitle E--Advisory Commissions

     SEC. 7401. NA HOA PILI O KALOKO-HONOKOHAU ADVISORY 
                   COMMISSION.

       Section 505(f)(7) of the National Parks and Recreation Act 
     of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 396d(f)(7)) is amended by striking ``ten 
     years after the date of enactment of the Na Hoa Pili O 
     Kaloko-Honokohau Re-establishment Act of 1996'' and inserting 
     ``on December 31, 2018''.

     SEC. 7402. CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE ADVISORY COMMISSION.

       Effective September 26, 2008, section 8(a) of Public Law 
     87-126 (16 U.S.C. 459b-7(a)) is amended in the second 
     sentence by striking ``2008'' and inserting ``2018''.

     SEC. 7403. CONCESSIONS MANAGEMENT ADVISORY BOARD.

       Section 409(d) of the National Park Service Concessions 
     Management Improvement Act of 1998 (16 U.S.C. 5958(d)) is 
     amended in the first sentence by striking ``2008'' and 
     inserting ``2009''.

     SEC. 7404. ST. AUGUSTINE 450TH COMMEMORATION COMMISSION.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Commemoration.--The term ``commemoration'' means the 
     commemoration of the 450th anniversary of the founding of the 
     settlement of St. Augustine, Florida.
       (2) Commission.--The term ``Commission'' means the St. 
     Augustine 450th Commemoration Commission established by 
     subsection (b)(1).
       (3) Governor.--The term ``Governor'' means the Governor of 
     the State.
       (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (5) State.--
       (A) In general.--The term ``State'' means the State of 
     Florida.
       (B) Inclusion.--The term ``State'' includes agencies and 
     entities of the State of Florida.
       (b) Establishment.--
       (1) In general.--There is established a commission, to be 
     known as the ``St. Augustine 450th Commemoration 
     Commission''.
       (2) Membership.--
       (A) Composition.--The Commission shall be composed of 14 
     members, of whom--
       (i) 3 members shall be appointed by the Secretary, after 
     considering the recommendations of the St. Augustine City 
     Commission;
       (ii) 3 members shall be appointed by the Secretary, after 
     considering the recommendations of the Governor;
       (iii) 1 member shall be an employee of the National Park 
     Service having experience relevant to the historical 
     resources relating to the city of St. Augustine and the 
     commemoration, to be appointed by the Secretary;
       (iv) 1 member shall be appointed by the Secretary, taking 
     into consideration the recommendations of the Mayor of the 
     city of St. Augustine;
       (v) 1 member shall be appointed by the Secretary, after 
     considering the recommendations of the Chancellor of the 
     University System of Florida; and
       (vi) 5 members shall be individuals who are residents of 
     the State who have an interest in, support for, and expertise 
     appropriate to the commemoration, to be appointed by the 
     Secretary, taking into consideration the recommendations of 
     Members of Congress.
       (B) Time of appointment.--Each appointment of an initial 
     member of the Commission shall be made before the expiration 
     of the 120-day period beginning on the date of enactment of 
     this Act.
       (C) Term; vacancies.--
       (i) Term.--A member of the Commission shall be appointed 
     for the life of the Commission.
       (ii) Vacancies.--

       (I) In general.--A vacancy on the Commission shall be 
     filled in the same manner in which the original appointment 
     was made.
       (II) Partial term.--A member appointed to fill a vacancy on 
     the Commission shall serve for the remainder of the term for 
     which the predecessor of the member was appointed.

       (iii) Continuation of membership.--If a member of the 
     Commission was appointed to the Commission as Mayor of the 
     city of St. Augustine or as an employee of the National Park 
     Service or the State University System of Florida, and ceases 
     to hold such position, that member may continue to serve on 
     the Commission for not longer than the 30-day period 
     beginning on the date on which that member ceases to hold the 
     position.
       (3) Duties.--The Commission shall--
       (A) plan, develop, and carry out programs and activities 
     appropriate for the commemoration;
       (B) facilitate activities relating to the commemoration 
     throughout the United States;
       (C) encourage civic, patriotic, historical, educational, 
     artistic, religious, economic, and other organizations 
     throughout the United States to organize and participate in 
     anniversary activities to expand understanding and 
     appreciation of the significance of the founding and 
     continuing history of St. Augustine;
       (D) provide technical assistance to States, localities, and 
     nonprofit organizations to further the commemoration;
       (E) coordinate and facilitate for the public scholarly 
     research on, publication about, and interpretation of, St. 
     Augustine;
       (F) ensure that the commemoration provides a lasting legacy 
     and long-term public benefit by assisting in the development 
     of appropriate programs; and
       (G) help ensure that the observances of the foundation of 
     St. Augustine are inclusive and appropriately recognize the 
     experiences and heritage of all individuals present when St. 
     Augustine was founded.
       (c) Commission Meetings.--
       (1) Initial meeting.--Not later than 30 days after the date 
     on which all members of the Commission have been appointed, 
     the Commission shall hold the initial meeting of the 
     Commission.
       (2) Meetings.--The Commission shall meet--
       (A) at least 3 times each year; or
       (B) at the call of the Chairperson or the majority of the 
     members of the Commission.
       (3) Quorum.--A majority of the voting members shall 
     constitute a quorum, but a lesser number may hold meetings.
       (4) Chairperson and vice chairperson.--
       (A) Election.--The Commission shall elect the Chairperson 
     and the Vice Chairperson of the Commission on an annual 
     basis.
       (B) Absence of the chairperson.--The Vice Chairperson shall 
     serve as the Chairperson in the absence of the Chairperson.
       (5) Voting.--The Commission shall act only on an 
     affirmative vote of a majority of the members of the 
     Commission.
       (d) Commission Powers.--
       (1) Gifts.--The Commission may solicit, accept, use, and 
     dispose of gifts, bequests, or devises of money or other 
     property for aiding or facilitating the work of the 
     Commission.
       (2) Appointment of advisory committees.--The Commission may 
     appoint such advisory committees as the Commission determines 
     to be necessary to carry out this section.
       (3) Authorization of action.--The Commission may authorize 
     any member or employee of the Commission to take any action 
     that the Commission is authorized to take under this section.
       (4) Procurement.--
       (A) In general.--The Commission may procure supplies, 
     services, and property, and make or enter into contracts, 
     leases, or other legal agreements, to carry out this section 
     (except that a contract, lease, or other legal agreement made 
     or entered into by the Commission shall not extend beyond the 
     date of termination of the Commission).
       (B) Limitation.--The Commission may not purchase real 
     property.
       (5) Postal services.--The Commission may use the United 
     States mails in the same manner and under the same conditions 
     as other agencies of the Federal Government.
       (6) Grants and technical assistance.--The Commission may--
       (A) provide grants in amounts not to exceed $20,000 per 
     grant to communities and nonprofit organizations for use in 
     developing programs to assist in the commemoration;
       (B) provide grants to research and scholarly organizations 
     to research, publish, or distribute information relating to 
     the early history of St. Augustine; and
       (C) provide technical assistance to States, localities, and 
     nonprofit organizations to further the commemoration.
       (e) Commission Personnel Matters.--
       (1) Compensation of members.--
       (A) In general.--Except as provided in paragraph (2), a 
     member of the Commission shall serve without compensation.
       (B) Federal employees.--A member of the Commission who is 
     an officer or employee of the Federal Government shall serve 
     without compensation other than the compensation received for 
     the services of the member as an officer or employee of the 
     Federal Government.
       (2) Travel expenses.--A member of the Commission shall be 
     allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of 
     subsistence, at rates authorized for an employee of an agency 
     under subchapter I of chapter 57 of title 5, United States 
     Code, while away from the home or regular place of business 
     of the member in the performance of the duties of the 
     Commission.
       (3) Director and staff.--
       (A) In general.--The Chairperson of the Commission may, 
     without regard to the civil service laws (including 
     regulations), nominate an executive director to enable the 
     Commission to perform the duties of the Commission.
       (B) Confirmation of executive director.--The employment of 
     an executive director shall be subject to confirmation by the 
     Commission.
       (4) Compensation.--
       (A) In general.--Except as provided in subparagraph (B), 
     the Commission may fix the compensation of the executive 
     director and other personnel without regard to the provisions 
     of chapter 51 and subchapter III of chapter 53 of title 5, 
     United States Code, relating to classification of positions 
     and General Schedule pay rates.
       (B) Maximum rate of pay.--The rate of pay for the executive 
     director and other personnel shall not exceed the rate 
     payable for level V of the Executive Schedule under section 
     5316 of title 5, United States Code.
       (5) Detail of government employees.--
       (A) Federal employees.--
       (i) Detail.--At the request of the Commission, the head of 
     any Federal agency may detail, on a reimbursable or 
     nonreimbursable basis, any of the personnel of the agency to 
     the Commission to assist the Commission in carrying out the 
     duties of the Commission under this section.
       (ii) Civil service status.--The detail of an employee under 
     clause (i) shall be without interruption or loss of civil 
     service status or privilege.
       (B) State employees.--The Commission may--
       (i) accept the services of personnel detailed from the 
     State; and
       (ii) reimburse the State for services of detailed 
     personnel.
       (6) Procurement of temporary and intermittent services.--
     The Chairperson of the Commission may procure temporary and 
     intermittent services in accordance with section 3109(b) of 
     title 5, United States Code, at rates for individuals that do 
     not exceed the daily equivalent of the annual rate of basic 
     pay prescribed for level V of the Executive Schedule under 
     section 5316 of such title.
       (7) Volunteer and uncompensated services.--Notwithstanding 
     section 1342 of title 31, United States Code, the Commission 
     may accept and use such voluntary and uncompensated services 
     as the Commission determines to be necessary.

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       (8) Support services.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary shall provide to the 
     Commission, on a reimbursable basis, such administrative 
     support services as the Commission may request.
       (B) Reimbursement.--Any reimbursement under this paragraph 
     shall be credited to the appropriation, fund, or account used 
     for paying the amounts reimbursed.
       (9) FACA nonapplicability.--Section 14(b) of the Federal 
     Advisory Committee Act (5 U.S.C. App.) shall not apply to the 
     Commission.
       (10) No effect on authority.--Nothing in this subsection 
     supersedes the authority of the State, the National Park 
     Service, the city of St. Augustine, or any designee of those 
     entities, with respect to the commemoration.
       (f) Plans; Reports.--
       (1) Strategic plan.--The Commission shall prepare a 
     strategic plan for the activities of the Commission carried 
     out under this section.
       (2) Final report.--Not later than September 30, 2015, the 
     Commission shall complete and submit to Congress a final 
     report that contains--
       (A) a summary of the activities of the Commission;
       (B) a final accounting of funds received and expended by 
     the Commission; and
       (C) the findings and recommendations of the Commission.
       (g) Authorization of Appropriations.--
       (1) In general.--There is authorized to be appropriated to 
     the Commission to carry out this section $500,000 for each of 
     fiscal years 2009 through 2015.
       (2) Availability.--Amounts made available under paragraph 
     (1) shall remain available until December 31, 2015.
       (h) Termination of Commission.--
       (1) Date of termination.--The Commission shall terminate on 
     December 31, 2015.
       (2) Transfer of documents and materials.--Before the date 
     of termination specified in paragraph (1), the Commission 
     shall transfer all documents and materials of the Commission 
     to the National Archives or another appropriate Federal 
     entity.

                  TITLE VIII--NATIONAL HERITAGE AREAS

           Subtitle A--Designation of National Heritage Areas

     SEC. 8001. SANGRE DE CRISTO NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA, COLORADO.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Heritage area.--The term ``Heritage Area'' means the 
     Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area established by 
     subsection (b)(1).
       (2) Management entity.--The term ``management entity'' 
     means the management entity for the Heritage Area designated 
     by subsection (b)(4).
       (3) Management plan.--The term ``management plan'' means 
     the management plan for the Heritage Area required under 
     subsection (d).
       (4) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled 
     ``Proposed Sangre De Cristo National Heritage Area'' and 
     dated November 2005.
       (5) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (6) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Colorado.
       (b) Sangre De Cristo National Heritage Area.--
       (1) Establishment.--There is established in the State the 
     Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area.
       (2) Boundaries.--The Heritage Area shall consist of--
       (A) the counties of Alamosa, Conejos, and Costilla; and
       (B) the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge, the Baca 
     National Wildlife Refuge, the Great Sand Dunes National Park 
     and Preserve, and other areas included in the map.
       (3) Map.--A map of the Heritage Area shall be--
       (A) included in the management plan; and
       (B) on file and available for public inspection in the 
     appropriate offices of the National Park Service.
       (4) Management entity.--
       (A) In general.--The management entity for the Heritage 
     Area shall be the Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area 
     Board of Directors.
       (B) Membership requirements.--Members of the Board shall 
     include representatives from a broad cross-section of the 
     individuals, agencies, organizations, and governments that 
     were involved in the planning and development of the Heritage 
     Area before the date of enactment of this Act.
       (c) Administration.--
       (1) Authorities.--For purposes of carrying out the 
     management plan, the Secretary, acting through the management 
     entity, may use amounts made available under this section 
     to--
       (A) make grants to the State or a political subdivision of 
     the State, nonprofit organizations, and other persons;
       (B) enter into cooperative agreements with, or provide 
     technical assistance to, the State or a political subdivision 
     of the State, nonprofit organizations, and other interested 
     parties;
       (C) hire and compensate staff, which shall include 
     individuals with expertise in natural, cultural, and 
     historical resources protection, and heritage programming;
       (D) obtain money or services from any source including any 
     that are provided under any other Federal law or program;
       (E) contract for goods or services; and
       (F) undertake to be a catalyst for any other activity that 
     furthers the Heritage Area and is consistent with the 
     approved management plan.
       (2) Duties.--The management entity shall--
       (A) in accordance with subsection (d), prepare and submit a 
     management plan for the Heritage Area to the Secretary;
       (B) assist units of local government, regional planning 
     organizations, and nonprofit organizations in carrying out 
     the approved management plan by--
       (i) carrying out programs and projects that recognize, 
     protect, and enhance important resource values in the 
     Heritage Area;
       (ii) establishing and maintaining interpretive exhibits and 
     programs in the Heritage Area;
       (iii) developing recreational and educational opportunities 
     in the Heritage Area;
       (iv) increasing public awareness of, and appreciation for, 
     natural, historical, scenic, and cultural resources of the 
     Heritage Area;
       (v) protecting and restoring historic sites and buildings 
     in the Heritage Area that are consistent with Heritage Area 
     themes;
       (vi) ensuring that clear, consistent, and appropriate signs 
     identifying points of public access, and sites of interest 
     are posted throughout the Heritage Area; and
       (vii) promoting a wide range of partnerships among 
     governments, organizations, and individuals to further the 
     Heritage Area;
       (C) consider the interests of diverse units of government, 
     businesses, organizations, and individuals in the Heritage 
     Area in the preparation and implementation of the management 
     plan;
       (D) conduct meetings open to the public at least 
     semiannually regarding the development and implementation of 
     the management plan;
       (E) for any year that Federal funds have been received 
     under this section--
       (i) submit an annual report to the Secretary that describes 
     the activities, expenses, and income of the management entity 
     (including grants to any other entities during the year that 
     the report is made);
       (ii) make available to the Secretary for audit all records 
     relating to the expenditure of the funds and any matching 
     funds;
       (iii) require, with respect to all agreements authorizing 
     expenditure of Federal funds by other organizations, that the 
     organizations receiving the funds make available to the 
     Secretary for audit all records concerning the expenditure of 
     the funds; and
       (F) encourage by appropriate means economic viability that 
     is consistent with the Heritage Area.
       (3) Prohibition on the acquisition of real property.--The 
     management entity shall not use Federal funds made available 
     under this section to acquire real property or any interest 
     in real property.
       (4) Cost-sharing requirement.--The Federal share of the 
     cost of any activity carried out using any assistance made 
     available under this section shall be 50 percent.
       (d) Management Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the management entity shall submit to 
     the Secretary for approval a proposed management plan for the 
     Heritage Area.
       (2) Requirements.--The management plan shall--
       (A) incorporate an integrated and cooperative approach for 
     the protection, enhancement, and interpretation of the 
     natural, cultural, historic, scenic, and recreational 
     resources of the Heritage Area;
       (B) take into consideration State and local plans;
       (C) include--
       (i) an inventory of--

       (I) the resources located in the core area described in 
     subsection (b)(2); and
       (II) any other property in the core area that--

       (aa) is related to the themes of the Heritage Area; and
       (bb) should be preserved, restored, managed, or maintained 
     because of the significance of the property;
       (ii) comprehensive policies, strategies and recommendations 
     for conservation, funding, management, and development of the 
     Heritage Area;
       (iii) a description of actions that governments, private 
     organizations, and individuals have agreed to take to protect 
     the natural, historical and cultural resources of the 
     Heritage Area;
       (iv) a program of implementation for the management plan by 
     the management entity that includes a description of--

       (I) actions to facilitate ongoing collaboration among 
     partners to promote plans for resource protection, 
     restoration, and construction; and
       (II) specific commitments for implementation that have been 
     made by the management entity or any government, 
     organization, or individual for the first 5 years of 
     operation;

       (v) the identification of sources of funding for carrying 
     out the management plan;
       (vi) analysis and recommendations for means by which local, 
     State, and Federal programs, including the role of the 
     National Park Service in the Heritage Area, may best be 
     coordinated to carry out this section; and
       (vii) an interpretive plan for the Heritage Area; and
       (D) recommend policies and strategies for resource 
     management that consider and detail the application of 
     appropriate land and water management techniques, including 
     the development of intergovernmental and interagency 
     cooperative agreements to protect the natural, historical, 
     cultural, educational, scenic, and recreational resources of 
     the Heritage Area.
       (3) Deadline.--If a proposed management plan is not 
     submitted to the Secretary by the date that is 3 years after 
     the date of enactment of this Act, the management entity 
     shall be ineligible to receive additional funding under this 
     section until the date that the Secretary receives and 
     approves the management plan.
       (4) Approval or disapproval of management plan.--
       (A) In general.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
     receipt of the management plan under paragraph (1), the 
     Secretary, in consultation with the State, shall approve or 
     disapprove the management plan.
       (B) Criteria for approval.--In determining whether to 
     approve the management plan, the Secretary shall consider 
     whether--

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       (i) the management entity is representative of the diverse 
     interests of the Heritage Area, including governments, 
     natural and historic resource protection organizations, 
     educational institutions, businesses, and recreational 
     organizations;
       (ii) the management entity has afforded adequate 
     opportunity, including public hearings, for public and 
     governmental involvement in the preparation of the management 
     plan; and
       (iii) the resource protection and interpretation strategies 
     contained in the management plan, if implemented, would 
     adequately protect the natural, historical, and cultural 
     resources of the Heritage Area.
       (C) Action following disapproval.--If the Secretary 
     disapproves the management plan under subparagraph (A), the 
     Secretary shall--
       (i) advise the management entity in writing of the reasons 
     for the disapproval;
       (ii) make recommendations for revisions to the management 
     plan; and
       (iii) not later than 180 days after the receipt of any 
     proposed revision of the management plan from the management 
     entity, approve or disapprove the proposed revision.
       (D) Amendments.--
       (i) In general.--The Secretary shall approve or disapprove 
     each amendment to the management plan that the Secretary 
     determines make a substantial change to the management plan.
       (ii) Use of funds.--The management entity shall not use 
     Federal funds authorized by this section to carry out any 
     amendments to the management plan until the Secretary has 
     approved the amendments.
       (e) Relationship to Other Federal Agencies.--
       (1) In general.--Nothing in this section affects the 
     authority of a Federal agency to provide technical or 
     financial assistance under any other law.
       (2) Consultation and coordination.--The head of any Federal 
     agency planning to conduct activities that may have an impact 
     on the Heritage Area is encouraged to consult and coordinate 
     the activities with the Secretary and the management entity 
     to the maximum extent practicable.
       (3) Other federal agencies.--Nothing in this section--
       (A) modifies, alters, or amends any law or regulation 
     authorizing a Federal agency to manage Federal land under the 
     jurisdiction of the Federal agency;
       (B) limits the discretion of a Federal land manager to 
     implement an approved land use plan within the boundaries of 
     the Heritage Area; or
       (C) modifies, alters, or amends any authorized use of 
     Federal land under the jurisdiction of a Federal agency.
       (f) Private Property and Regulatory Protections.--Nothing 
     in this section--
       (1) abridges the rights of any property owner (whether 
     public or private), including the right to refrain from 
     participating in any plan, project, program, or activity 
     conducted within the Heritage Area;
       (2) requires any property owner to permit public access 
     (including access by Federal, State, or local agencies) to 
     the property of the property owner, or to modify public 
     access or use of property of the property owner under any 
     other Federal, State, or local law;
       (3) alters any duly adopted land use regulation, approved 
     land use plan, or other regulatory authority of any Federal, 
     State or local agency, or conveys any land use or other 
     regulatory authority to the management entity;
       (4) authorizes or implies the reservation or appropriation 
     of water or water rights;
       (5) diminishes the authority of the State to manage fish 
     and wildlife, including the regulation of fishing and hunting 
     within the Heritage Area; or
       (6) creates any liability, or affects any liability under 
     any other law, of any private property owner with respect to 
     any person injured on the private property.
       (g) Evaluation; Report.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years before the date on 
     which authority for Federal funding terminates for the 
     Heritage Area, the Secretary shall--
       (A) conduct an evaluation of the accomplishments of the 
     Heritage Area; and
       (B) prepare a report in accordance with paragraph (3).
       (2) Evaluation.--An evaluation conducted under paragraph 
     (1)(A) shall--
       (A) assess the progress of the management entity with 
     respect to--
       (i) accomplishing the purposes of this section for the 
     Heritage Area; and
       (ii) achieving the goals and objectives of the approved 
     management plan for the Heritage Area;
       (B) analyze the Federal, State, local, and private 
     investments in the Heritage Area to determine the leverage 
     and impact of the investments; and
       (C) review the management structure, partnership 
     relationships, and funding of the Heritage Area for purposes 
     of identifying the critical components for sustainability of 
     the Heritage Area.
       (3) Report.--
       (A) In general.--Based on the evaluation conducted under 
     paragraph (1)(A), the Secretary shall prepare a report that 
     includes recommendations for the future role of the National 
     Park Service, if any, with respect to the Heritage Area.
       (B) Required analysis.--If the report prepared under 
     subparagraph (A) recommends that Federal funding for the 
     Heritage Area be reauthorized, the report shall include an 
     analysis of--
       (i) ways in which Federal funding for the Heritage Area may 
     be reduced or eliminated; and
       (ii) the appropriate time period necessary to achieve the 
     recommended reduction or elimination.
       (C) Submission to congress.--On completion of the report, 
     the Secretary shall submit the report to--
       (i) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (ii) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (h) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized 
     to be appropriated to carry out this section $10,000,000, of 
     which not more than $1,000,000 may be made available for any 
     fiscal year.
       (i) Termination of Authority.--The authority of the 
     Secretary to provide assistance under this section terminates 
     on the date that is 15 years after the date of enactment of 
     this Act.

     SEC. 8002. CACHE LA POUDRE RIVER NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA, 
                   COLORADO.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Heritage area.--The term ``Heritage Area'' means the 
     Cache La Poudre River National Heritage Area established by 
     subsection (b)(1).
       (2) Local coordinating entity.--The term ``local 
     coordinating entity'' means the Poudre Heritage Alliance, the 
     local coordinating entity for the Heritage Area designated by 
     subsection (b)(4).
       (3) Management plan.--The term ``management plan'' means 
     the management plan for the Heritage Area required under 
     subsection (d)(1).
       (4) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled ``Cache 
     La Poudre River National Heritage Area'', numbered 960/
     80,003, and dated April, 2004.
       (5) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (6) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Colorado.
       (b) Cache La Poudre River National Heritage Area.--
       (1) Establishment.--There is established in the State the 
     Cache La Poudre River National Heritage Area.
       (2) Boundaries.--The Heritage Area shall consist of the 
     area depicted on the map.
       (3) Map.--The map shall be on file and available for public 
     inspection in the appropriate offices of--
       (A) the National Park Service; and
       (B) the local coordinating entity.
       (4) Local coordinating entity.--The local coordinating 
     entity for the Heritage Area shall be the Poudre Heritage 
     Alliance, a nonprofit organization incorporated in the State.
       (c) Administration.--
       (1) Authorities.--To carry out the management plan, the 
     Secretary, acting through the local coordinating entity, may 
     use amounts made available under this section--
       (A) to make grants to the State (including any political 
     subdivision of the State), nonprofit organizations, and other 
     individuals;
       (B) to enter into cooperative agreements with, or provide 
     technical assistance to, the State (including any political 
     subdivision of the State), nonprofit organizations, and other 
     interested parties;
       (C) to hire and compensate staff, which shall include 
     individuals with expertise in natural, cultural, and 
     historical resource protection, and heritage programming;
       (D) to obtain funds or services from any source, including 
     funds or services that are provided under any other Federal 
     law or program;
       (E) to enter into contracts for goods or services; and
       (F) to serve as a catalyst for any other activity that--
       (i) furthers the purposes and goals of the Heritage Area; 
     and
       (ii) is consistent with the approved management plan.
       (2) Duties.--The local coordinating entity shall--
       (A) in accordance with subsection (d), prepare and submit 
     to the Secretary a management plan for the Heritage Area;
       (B) assist units of local government, regional planning 
     organizations, and nonprofit organizations in carrying out 
     the approved management plan by--
       (i) carrying out programs and projects that recognize, 
     protect, and enhance important resource values located in the 
     Heritage Area;
       (ii) establishing and maintaining interpretive exhibits and 
     programs in the Heritage Area;
       (iii) developing recreational and educational opportunities 
     in the Heritage Area;
       (iv) increasing public awareness of, and appreciation for, 
     the natural, historical, scenic, and cultural resources of 
     the Heritage Area;
       (v) protecting and restoring historic sites and buildings 
     in the Heritage Area that are consistent with Heritage Area 
     themes;
       (vi) ensuring that clear, consistent, and appropriate signs 
     identifying points of public access, and sites of interest, 
     are posted throughout the Heritage Area; and
       (vii) promoting a wide range of partnerships among 
     governments, organizations, and individuals to further the 
     Heritage Area;
       (C) consider the interests of diverse units of government, 
     businesses, organizations, and individuals in the Heritage 
     Area in the preparation and implementation of the management 
     plan;
       (D) conduct meetings open to the public at least 
     semiannually regarding the development and implementation of 
     the management plan;
       (E) for any year for which Federal funds have been received 
     under this section--
       (i) submit an annual report to the Secretary that describes 
     the activities, expenses, and income of the local 
     coordinating entity (including grants to any other entities 
     during the year that the report is made);
       (ii) make available to the Secretary for audit all records 
     relating to the expenditure of the funds and any matching 
     funds; and

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       (iii) require, with respect to all agreements authorizing 
     expenditure of Federal funds by other organizations, that the 
     organizations receiving the funds make available to the 
     Secretary for audit all records concerning the expenditure of 
     the funds; and
       (F) encourage by appropriate means economic viability that 
     is consistent with the Heritage Area.
       (3) Prohibition on the acquisition of real property.--The 
     local coordinating entity shall not use Federal funds made 
     available under this section to acquire real property or any 
     interest in real property.
       (d) Management Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the local coordinating entity shall 
     submit to the Secretary for approval a proposed management 
     plan for the Heritage Area.
       (2) Requirements.--The management plan shall--
       (A) incorporate an integrated and cooperative approach for 
     the protection, enhancement, and interpretation of the 
     natural, cultural, historic, scenic, educational, and 
     recreational resources of the Heritage Area;
       (B) take into consideration State and local plans;
       (C) include--
       (i) an inventory of the resources located in the Heritage 
     Area;
       (ii) comprehensive policies, strategies, and 
     recommendations for conservation, funding, management, and 
     development of the Heritage Area;
       (iii) a description of actions that governments, private 
     organizations, and individuals have agreed to take to protect 
     the natural, cultural, historic, scenic, educational, and 
     recreational resources of the Heritage Area;
       (iv) a program of implementation for the management plan by 
     the local coordinating entity that includes a description 
     of--

       (I) actions to facilitate ongoing collaboration among 
     partners to promote plans for resource protection, 
     restoration, and construction; and
       (II) specific commitments for implementation that have been 
     made by the local coordinating entity or any government, 
     organization, or individual for the first 5 years of 
     operation;

       (v) the identification of sources of funding for carrying 
     out the management plan;
       (vi) analysis and recommendations for means by which local, 
     State, and Federal programs, including the role of the 
     National Park Service in the Heritage Area, may best be 
     coordinated to carry out this section; and
       (vii) an interpretive plan for the Heritage Area; and
       (D) recommend policies and strategies for resource 
     management that consider and detail the application of 
     appropriate land and water management techniques, including 
     the development of intergovernmental and interagency 
     cooperative agreements to protect the natural, cultural, 
     historic, scenic, educational, and recreational resources of 
     the Heritage Area.
       (3) Deadline.--If a proposed management plan is not 
     submitted to the Secretary by the date that is 3 years after 
     the date of enactment of this Act, the local coordinating 
     entity shall be ineligible to receive additional funding 
     under this section until the date on which the Secretary 
     approves a management plan.
       (4) Approval or disapproval of management plan.--
       (A) In general.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
     receipt of the management plan under paragraph (1), the 
     Secretary, in consultation with the State, shall approve or 
     disapprove the management plan.
       (B) Criteria for approval.--In determining whether to 
     approve the management plan, the Secretary shall consider 
     whether--
       (i) the local coordinating entity is representative of the 
     diverse interests of the Heritage Area, including 
     governments, natural and historic resource protection 
     organizations, educational institutions, businesses, and 
     recreational organizations;
       (ii) the local coordinating entity has afforded adequate 
     opportunity, including public hearings, for public and 
     governmental involvement in the preparation of the management 
     plan; and
       (iii) the resource protection and interpretation strategies 
     contained in the management plan, if implemented, would 
     adequately protect the natural, cultural, historic, scenic, 
     educational, and recreational resources of the Heritage Area.
       (C) Action following disapproval.--If the Secretary 
     disapproves the management plan under subparagraph (A), the 
     Secretary shall--
       (i) advise the local coordinating entity in writing of the 
     reasons for the disapproval;
       (ii) make recommendations for revisions to the management 
     plan; and
       (iii) not later than 180 days after the date of receipt of 
     any proposed revision of the management plan from the local 
     coordinating entity, approve or disapprove the proposed 
     revision.
       (5) Amendments.--
       (A) In general.--The Secretary shall approve or disapprove 
     each amendment to the management plan that the Secretary 
     determines would make a substantial change to the management 
     plan.
       (B) Use of funds.--The local coordinating entity shall not 
     use Federal funds authorized to be appropriated by this 
     section to carry out any amendments to the management plan 
     until the Secretary has approved the amendments.
       (e) Relationship to Other Federal Agencies.--
       (1) In general.--Nothing in this section affects the 
     authority of a Federal agency to provide technical or 
     financial assistance under any other law (including 
     regulations).
       (2) Consultation and coordination.--To the maximum extent 
     practicable, the head of any Federal agency planning to 
     conduct activities that may have an impact on the Heritage 
     Area is encouraged to consult and coordinate the activities 
     with the Secretary and the local coordinating entity.
       (3) Other federal agencies.--Nothing in this section--
       (A) modifies, alters, or amends any law (including any 
     regulation) authorizing a Federal agency to manage Federal 
     land under the jurisdiction of the Federal agency;
       (B) limits the discretion of a Federal land manager to 
     implement an approved land use plan within the boundaries of 
     the Heritage Area; or
       (C) modifies, alters, or amends any authorized use of 
     Federal land under the jurisdiction of a Federal agency.
       (f) Private Property and Regulatory Protections.--Nothing 
     in this section--
       (1) abridges the rights of any public or private property 
     owner, including the right to refrain from participating in 
     any plan, project, program, or activity conducted within the 
     Heritage Area;
       (2) requires any property owner--
       (A) to permit public access (including access by Federal, 
     State, or local agencies) to the property of the property 
     owner; or
       (B) to modify public access or use of property of the 
     property owner under any other Federal, State, or local law;
       (3) alters any duly adopted land use regulation, approved 
     land use plan, or other regulatory authority of any Federal, 
     State, or local agency;
       (4) conveys any land use or other regulatory authority to 
     the local coordinating entity;
       (5) authorizes or implies the reservation or appropriation 
     of water or water rights;
       (6) diminishes the authority of the State to manage fish 
     and wildlife, including the regulation of fishing and hunting 
     within the Heritage Area; or
       (7) creates any liability, or affects any liability under 
     any other law (including regulations), of any private 
     property owner with respect to any individual injured on the 
     private property.
       (g) Evaluation; Report.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years before the date on 
     which authority for Federal funding terminates for the 
     Heritage Area, the Secretary shall--
       (A) conduct an evaluation of the accomplishments of the 
     Heritage Area; and
       (B) prepare a report in accordance with paragraph (3).
       (2) Evaluation.--An evaluation conducted under paragraph 
     (1)(A) shall--
       (A) assess the progress of the local coordinating entity 
     with respect to--
       (i) accomplishing the purposes of this section for the 
     Heritage Area; and
       (ii) achieving the goals and objectives of the approved 
     management plan for the Heritage Area;
       (B) analyze the Federal, State, local, and private 
     investments in the Heritage Area to determine the leverage 
     and impact of the investments; and
       (C) review the management structure, partnership 
     relationships, and funding of the Heritage Area to identify 
     the critical components for sustainability of the Heritage 
     Area.
       (3) Report.--
       (A) In general.--Based on the evaluation conducted under 
     paragraph (1)(A), the Secretary shall prepare a report that 
     includes recommendations for the future role of the National 
     Park Service, if any, with respect to the Heritage Area.
       (B) Required analysis.--If the report prepared under 
     subparagraph (A) recommends that Federal funding for the 
     Heritage Area be reauthorized, the report shall include an 
     analysis of--
       (i) ways in which Federal funding for the Heritage Area may 
     be reduced or eliminated; and
       (ii) the appropriate time period necessary to achieve the 
     recommended reduction or elimination.
       (C) Submission to congress.--On completion of the report, 
     the Secretary shall submit the report to--
       (i) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (ii) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (h) Funding.--
       (1) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
     to be appropriated to carry out this section $10,000,000, of 
     which not more than $1,000,000 may be made available for any 
     fiscal year.
       (2) Cost-sharing requirement.--The Federal share of the 
     cost of any activity carried out using any assistance made 
     available under this section shall be 50 percent.
       (i) Termination of Authority.--The authority of the 
     Secretary to provide assistance under this section terminates 
     on the date that is 15 years after the date of enactment of 
     this Act.
       (j) Conforming Amendment.--The Cache La Poudre River 
     Corridor Act (16 U.S.C. 461 note; Public Law 104-323) is 
     repealed.

     SEC. 8003. SOUTH PARK NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA, COLORADO.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Board.--The term ``Board'' means the Board of Directors 
     of the South Park National Heritage Area, comprised initially 
     of the individuals, agencies, organizations, and governments 
     that were involved in the planning and development of the 
     Heritage Area before the date of enactment of this Act.
       (2) Heritage area.--The term ``Heritage Area'' means the 
     South Park National Heritage Area established by subsection 
     (b)(1).
       (3) Management entity.--The term ``management entity'' 
     means the management entity for the Heritage Area designated 
     by subsection (b)(4)(A).
       (4) Management plan.--The term ``management plan'' means 
     the management plan for the Heritage Area required by 
     subsection (d).

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       (5) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled ``South 
     Park National Heritage Area Map (Proposed)'', dated January 
     30, 2006.
       (6) Partner.--The term ``partner'' means a Federal, State, 
     or local governmental entity, organization, private industry, 
     educational institution, or individual involved in the 
     conservation, preservation, interpretation, development or 
     promotion of heritage sites or resources of the Heritage 
     Area.
       (7) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (8) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of Colorado.
       (9) Technical assistance.--The term ``technical 
     assistance'' means any guidance, advice, help, or aid, other 
     than financial assistance, provided by the Secretary.
       (b) South Park National Heritage Area.--
       (1) Establishment.--There is established in the State the 
     South Park National Heritage Area.
       (2) Boundaries.--The Heritage Area shall consist of the 
     areas included in the map.
       (3) Map.--A map of the Heritage Area shall be--
       (A) included in the management plan; and
       (B) on file and available for public inspection in the 
     appropriate offices of the National Park Service.
       (4) Management entity.--
       (A) In general.--The management entity for the Heritage 
     Area shall be the Park County Tourism & Community Development 
     Office, in conjunction with the South Park National Heritage 
     Area Board of Directors.
       (B) Membership requirements.--Members of the Board shall 
     include representatives from a broad cross-section of 
     individuals, agencies, organizations, and governments that 
     were involved in the planning and development of the Heritage 
     Area before the date of enactment of this Act.
       (c) Administration.--
       (1) Prohibition on the acquisition of real property.--The 
     management entity shall not use Federal funds made available 
     under this section to acquire real property or any interest 
     in real property.
       (2) Authorities.--For purposes of carrying out the 
     management plan, the Secretary, acting through the management 
     entity, may use amounts made available under this section 
     to--
       (A) make grants to the State or a political subdivision of 
     the State, nonprofit organizations, and other persons;
       (B) enter into cooperative agreements with, or provide 
     technical assistance to, the State or a political subdivision 
     of the State, nonprofit organizations, and other interested 
     parties;
       (C) hire and compensate staff, which shall include 
     individuals with expertise in natural, cultural, and 
     historical resources protection, fundraising, heritage 
     facility planning and development, and heritage tourism 
     programming;
       (D) obtain funds or services from any source, including 
     funds or services that are provided under any other Federal 
     law or program;
       (E) enter into contracts for goods or services; and
       (F) to facilitate the conduct of other projects and 
     activities that further the Heritage Area and are consistent 
     with the approved management plan.
       (3) Duties.--The management entity shall--
       (A) in accordance with subsection (d), prepare and submit a 
     management plan for the Heritage Area to the Secretary;
       (B) assist units of local government, local property owners 
     and businesses, and nonprofit organizations in carrying out 
     the approved management plan by--
       (i) carrying out programs and projects that recognize, 
     protect, enhance, and promote important resource values in 
     the Heritage Area;
       (ii) establishing and maintaining interpretive exhibits and 
     programs in the Heritage Area;
       (iii) developing economic, recreational and educational 
     opportunities in the Heritage Area;
       (iv) increasing public awareness of, and appreciation for, 
     historical, cultural, scenic, recreational, agricultural, and 
     natural resources of the Heritage Area;
       (v) protecting and restoring historic sites and buildings 
     in the Heritage Area that are consistent with Heritage Area 
     themes;
       (vi) ensuring that clear, consistent, and appropriate signs 
     identifying points of public access, and sites of interest 
     are posted throughout the Heritage Area;
       (vii) promoting a wide range of partnerships among 
     governments, organizations, and individuals to further the 
     Heritage Area; and
       (viii) planning and developing new heritage attractions, 
     products and services;
       (C) consider the interests of diverse units of government, 
     businesses, organizations, and individuals in the Heritage 
     Area in the preparation and implementation of the management 
     plan;
       (D) conduct meetings open to the public at least 
     semiannually regarding the development and implementation of 
     the management plan;
       (E) for any year for which Federal funds have been received 
     under this section--
       (i) submit to the Secretary an annual report that describes 
     the activities, expenses, and income of the management entity 
     (including grants to any other entities during the year that 
     the report is made);
       (ii) make available to the Secretary for audit all records 
     relating to the expenditure of the Federal funds and any 
     matching funds; and
       (iii) require, with respect to all agreements authorizing 
     expenditure of Federal funds by other organizations, that the 
     organizations receiving the funds make available to the 
     Secretary for audit all records concerning the expenditure of 
     the funds; and
       (F) encourage by appropriate means economic viability that 
     is consistent with the Heritage Area.
       (4) Cost-sharing requirement.--The Federal share of the 
     cost of any activity carried out using any assistance made 
     available under this section shall be 50 percent.
       (d) Management Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the management entity, with public 
     participation, shall submit to the Secretary for approval a 
     proposed management plan for the Heritage Area.
       (2) Requirements.--The management plan shall--
       (A) incorporate an integrated and cooperative approach for 
     the protection, enhancement, interpretation, development, and 
     promotion of the historical, cultural, scenic, recreational, 
     agricultural, and natural resources of the Heritage Area;
       (B) take into consideration State and local plans;
       (C) include--
       (i) an inventory of--

       (I) the resources located within the areas included in the 
     map; and
       (II) any other eligible and participating property within 
     the areas included in the map that--

       (aa) is related to the themes of the Heritage Area; and
       (bb) should be preserved, restored, managed, maintained, 
     developed, or promoted because of the significance of the 
     property;
       (ii) comprehensive policies, strategies, and 
     recommendations for conservation, funding, management, 
     development, and promotion of the Heritage Area;
       (iii) a description of actions that governments, private 
     organizations, and individuals have agreed to take to manage 
     protect the historical, cultural, scenic, recreational, 
     agricultural, and natural resources of the Heritage Area;
       (iv) a program of implementation for the management plan by 
     the management entity that includes a description of--

       (I) actions to facilitate ongoing and effective 
     collaboration among partners to promote plans for resource 
     protection, enhancement, interpretation, restoration, and 
     construction; and
       (II) specific commitments for implementation that have been 
     made by the management entity or any government, 
     organization, or individual for the first 5 years of 
     operation;

       (v) the identification of sources of funding for carrying 
     out the management plan;
       (vi) an analysis of and recommendations for means by which 
     Federal, State, and local programs, including the role of the 
     National Park Service in the Heritage Area, may best be 
     coordinated to carry out this section; and
       (vii) an interpretive plan for the Heritage Area; and
       (D) recommend policies and strategies for resource 
     management that consider and detail the application of 
     appropriate land and water management techniques, including 
     the development of intergovernmental and interagency 
     cooperative agreements to protect the historical, cultural, 
     scenic, recreational, agricultural, and natural resources of 
     the Heritage Area.
       (3) Deadline.--If a proposed management plan is not 
     submitted to the Secretary by the date that is 3 years after 
     the date of enactment of this Act, the management entity 
     shall be ineligible to receive additional funding under this 
     section until the date on which the Secretary receives and 
     approves the management plan.
       (4) Approval or disapproval of management plan.--
       (A) In general.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
     receipt of the management plan under paragraph (1), the 
     Secretary, in consultation with the State, shall approve or 
     disapprove the management plan.
       (B) Criteria for approval.--In determining whether to 
     approve the management plan, the Secretary shall consider 
     whether--
       (i) the management entity is representative of the diverse 
     interests of the Heritage Area, including governments, 
     natural and historical resource protection organizations, 
     educational institutions, local businesses and industries, 
     community organizations, recreational organizations, and 
     tourism organizations;
       (ii) the management entity has afforded adequate 
     opportunity, including public hearings, for public and 
     governmental involvement in the preparation of the management 
     plan; and
       (iii) strategies contained in the management plan, if 
     implemented, would adequately balance the voluntary 
     protection, development, and interpretation of the natural, 
     historical, cultural, scenic, recreational, and agricultural 
     resources of the Heritage Area.
       (C) Action following disapproval.--If the Secretary 
     disapproves the management plan under subparagraph (A), the 
     Secretary shall--
       (i) advise the management entity in writing of the reasons 
     for the disapproval;
       (ii) make recommendations for revisions to the management 
     plan; and
       (iii) not later than 180 days after the receipt of any 
     proposed revision of the management plan from the management 
     entity, approve or disapprove the proposed revision.
       (D) Amendments.--
       (i) In general.--The Secretary shall approve or disapprove 
     each amendment to the management plan that the Secretary 
     determines makes a substantial change to the management plan.
       (ii) Use of funds.--The management entity shall not use 
     Federal funds authorized by this section to carry out any 
     amendments to the management plan until the Secretary has 
     approved the amendments.
       (e) Relationship to Other Federal Agencies.--
       (1) In general.--Nothing in this section affects the 
     authority of a Federal agency to provide technical or 
     financial assistance under any other law.
       (2) Consultation and coordination.--The head of any Federal 
     agency planning to conduct activities that may have an impact 
     on the Heritage Area is encouraged to consult and coordinate 
     the activities with the Secretary and the management entity 
     to the maximum extent practicable.

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       (3) Other federal agencies.--Nothing in this section--
       (A) modifies, alters, or amends any law or regulation 
     authorizing a Federal agency to manage Federal land under the 
     jurisdiction of the Federal agency;
       (B) limits the discretion of a Federal land manager to 
     implement an approved land use plan within the boundaries of 
     the Heritage Area; or
       (C) modifies, alters, or amends any authorized use of 
     Federal land under the jurisdiction of a Federal agency.
       (f) Private Property and Regulatory Protections.--Nothing 
     in this section--
       (1) abridges the rights of any property owner (whether 
     public or private), including the right to refrain from 
     participating in any plan, project, program, or activity 
     conducted within the Heritage Area;
       (2) requires any property owner to permit public access 
     (including access by Federal, State, or local agencies) to 
     the property of the property owner, or to modify public 
     access or use of property of the property owner under any 
     other Federal, State, or local law;
       (3) alters any duly adopted land use regulation, approved 
     land use plan, or other regulatory authority of any Federal, 
     State or local agency, or conveys any land use or other 
     regulatory authority to the management entity;
       (4) authorizes or implies the reservation or appropriation 
     of water or water rights;
       (5) diminishes the authority of the State to manage fish 
     and wildlife, including the regulation of fishing and hunting 
     within the Heritage Area; or
       (6) creates any liability, or affects any liability under 
     any other law, of any private property owner with respect to 
     any person injured on the private property.
       (g) Evaluation; Report.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years before the date on 
     which authority for Federal funding terminates for the 
     Heritage Area, the Secretary shall--
       (A) conduct an evaluation of the accomplishments of the 
     Heritage Area; and
       (B) prepare a report in accordance with paragraph (3).
       (2) Evaluation.--An evaluation conducted under paragraph 
     (1)(A) shall--
       (A) assess the progress of the management entity with 
     respect to--
       (i) accomplishing the purposes of this section for the 
     Heritage Area; and
       (ii) achieving the goals and objectives of the approved 
     management plan for the Heritage Area;
       (B) analyze the Federal, State, local, and private 
     investments in the Heritage Area to determine the leverage 
     and impact of the investments; and
       (C) review the management structure, partnership 
     relationships, and funding of the Heritage Area for purposes 
     of identifying the critical components for sustainability of 
     the Heritage Area.
       (3) Report.--
       (A) In general.--Based on the evaluation conducted under 
     paragraph (1)(A), the Secretary shall prepare a report that 
     includes recommendations for the future role of the National 
     Park Service, if any, with respect to the Heritage Area.
       (B) Required analysis.--If the report prepared under 
     subparagraph (A) recommends that Federal funding for the 
     Heritage Area be reauthorized, the report shall include an 
     analysis of--
       (i) ways in which Federal funding for the Heritage Area may 
     be reduced or eliminated; and
       (ii) the appropriate time period necessary to achieve the 
     recommended reduction or elimination.
       (C) Submission to congress.--On completion of the report, 
     the Secretary shall submit the report to--
       (i) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
     Senate; and
       (ii) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (h) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized 
     to be appropriated to carry out this section $10,000,000, of 
     which not more than $1,000,000 may be made available for any 
     fiscal year.
       (i) Termination of Authority.--The authority of the 
     Secretary to provide assistance under this section terminates 
     on the date that is 15 years after the date of enactment of 
     this Act.

     SEC. 8004. NORTHERN PLAINS NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA, NORTH 
                   DAKOTA.

       (a) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Heritage area.--The term ``Heritage Area'' means the 
     Northern Plains National Heritage Area established by 
     subsection (b)(1).
       (2) Local coordinating entity.--The term ``local 
     coordinating entity'' means the Northern Plains Heritage 
     Foundation, the local coordinating entity for the Heritage 
     Area designated by subsection (c)(1).
       (3) Management plan.--The term ``management plan'' means 
     the management plan for the Heritage Area required under 
     subsection (d).
       (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary 
     of the Interior.
       (5) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of North 
     Dakota.
       (b) Establishment.--
       (1) In general.--There is established the Northern Plains 
     National Heritage Area in the State of North Dakota.
       (2) Boundaries.--The Heritage Area shall consist of--
       (A) a core area of resources in Burleigh, McLean, Mercer, 
     Morton, and Oliver Counties in the State; and
       (B) any sites, buildings, and districts within the core 
     area recommended by the management plan for inclusion in the 
     Heritage Area.
       (3) Map.--A map of the Heritage Area shall be--
       (A) included in the management plan; and
       (B) on file and available for public inspection in the 
     appropriate offices of the local coordinating entity and the 
     National Park Service.
       (c) Local Coordinating Entity.--
       (1) In general.--The local coordinating entity for the 
     Heritage Area shall be the Northern Plains Heritage 
     Foundation, a nonprofit corporation established under the 
     laws of the State.
       (2) Duties.--To further the purposes of the Heritage Area, 
     the Northern Plains Heritage Foundation, as the local 
     coordinating entity, shall--
       (A) prepare a management plan for the Heritage Area, and 
     submit the management plan to the Secretary, in accordance 
     with this section;
       (B) submit an annual report to the Secretary for each 
     fiscal year for which the local coordinating entity receives 
     Federal funds under this section, specifying--
       (i) the specific performance goals and accomplishments of 
     the local coordinating entity;
       (ii) the expenses and income of the local coordinating 
     entity;
       (iii) the amounts and sources of matching funds;
       (iv) the amounts leveraged with Federal funds and sources 
     of the leveraged funds; and
       (v) grants made to any other entities during the fiscal 
     year;
       (C) make available for audit for each fiscal year for which 
     the local coordinating entity receives Federal funds under 
     this section, all information pertaining to the expenditure 
     of the funds and any matching funds; and
       (D) encourage economic viability and sustainability that is 
     consistent with the purposes of the Heritage Area.
       (3) Authorities.--For the purposes of preparing and 
     implementing the approved management plan for the Heritage 
     Area, the local coordinating entity may use Federal funds 
     made available under this section to--
       (A) make grants to political jurisdictions, nonprofit 
     organizations, and other parties within the Heritage Area;
       (B) enter into cooperative agreements with or provide 
     technical assistance to political jurisdictions, nonprofit 
     organizations, Federal agencies, and other interested 
     parties;
       (C) hire and compensate staff, including individuals with 
     expertise in--
       (i) natural, historical, cultural, educational, scenic, and 
     recreational resource conservation;
       (ii) economic and community development; and
       (iii) heritage planning;
       (D) obtain funds or services from any source, including 
     other Federal programs;
       (E) contract for goods or services; and
       (F) support activities of partners and any other activities 
     that further the purposes of the Heritage Area and are 
     consistent with the approved management plan.
       (4) Prohibition on acquisition of real property.--The local 
     coordinating entity may not use Federal funds authorized to 
     be appropriated under this section to acquire any interest in 
     real property.
       (5) Other sources.--Nothing in this section precludes the 
     local coordinating entity from using Federal funds from other 
     sources for authorized purposes.
       (d) Management Plan.--
       (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the local coordinating entity shall 
     submit to the Secretary for approval a proposed management 
     plan for the Heritage Area.
       (2) Requirements.--The management plan for the Heritage 
     Area shall--
       (A) describe comprehensive policies, goals, strategies, and 
     recommendations for telling the story of the heritage of the 
     area covered by the Heritage Area and encouraging long-term 
     resource protection, enhancement, interpretation, funding, 
     management, and development of the Heritage Area;
       (B) include a description of actions and commitments that 
     Federal, State, tribal, and local governments, private 
     organizations, and citizens will take to protect, enhance, 
     interpret, fund, manage, and develop the natural, historical, 
     cultural, educational, scenic, and recreational resources of 
     the Heritage Area;
       (C) specify existing and potential sources of funding or 
     economic development strategies to protect, enhance, 
     interpret, fund, manage, and develop the Heritage Area;
       (D) include an inventory of the natural, historical, 
     cultural, educational, scenic, and recreational resources of 
     the Heritage Area relating to the national importance and 
     themes of the Heritage Area that should be protected, 
     enhanced, interpreted, managed, funded, and developed;
       (E) recommend policies and strategies for resource 
     management, including the development of intergovernmental 
     and interagency agreements to protect, enhance, interpret, 
     fund, manage, and develop the natural, historical, cultural, 
     educational, scenic, and recreational resources of the 
     Heritage Area;
       (F) describe a program for implementation for the 
     management plan, including--
       (i) performance goals;
       (ii) plans for resource protection, enhancement, 
     interpretation, funding, management, and development; and
       (iii) specific commitments for implementation that have 
     been made by the local coordinating entity or any Federal, 
     State, tribal, or local government agency, organization, 
     business, or individual;
       (G) include an analysis of, and recommendations for, means 
     by which Federal, State, tribal, and local programs may best 
     be coordinated (including the role of the National Park 
     Service and other Federal agencies associated with the 
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       (H) include a business plan that--
       (i) describes the role, operation, financing, and functions 
     of the local coordinating entity and of each of the major 
     activities described in the management plan; and
       (ii) provides adequate assurances that the local 
     coordinating entity has the partnerships and financial and 
     other resources necessary to implement the management plan 
     for the Heritage Area.
       (3) Deadline.--
       (A) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the date on 
     which funds are first made available to develop the 
     management plan after designation of the Heritage Area, the 
     local coordinating entity shall submit the management plan to 
     the Secretary for approval.
       (B) Termination of funding.--If the management plan is not 
     submitted to the Secretary in accordance with subparagraph 
     (A), the local coordinating entity shall not qualify for any 
     additional financial assistance under this section until such 
     time as the management plan is submitted to and approved by 
     the Secretary.
       (4) Approval of management plan.--
       (A) Review.--Not later than 180 days after receiving the 
     plan, the Secretary shall review and approve or disapprove 
     the management plan for the Heritage Area on the basis of the 
     criteria established under subparagraph (B).
       (B) Criteria for approval.--In determining whether to 
     approve a management plan for the Heritage Area, the 
     Secretary shall consider whether--
       (i) the local coordinating entity represents the diverse 
     interests of the Heritage Area, including Federal, State, 
     tribal, and local governments, natural, and historic resource 
     protection organizations, educational institutions, 
     businesses, recreational organizations, community residents, 
     and private property owners;
       (ii) the local coordinating entity--

       (I) has afforded adequate opportunity for public and 
     Federal, State, tribal, and local governmental involvement 
     (including through workshops and hearings) in the preparation 
     of the management plan; and
       (II) provides for at least semiannual public meetings to 
     ensure adequate implementation of the management plan;

       (iii) the resource protection, enhancement, interpretation, 
     funding, management, and development strategies described in 
     the management plan, if implemented, would adequately 
     protect, enhance, interpret, fund, manage, and develop the 
     natural, historic, cultural, educational, scenic, and 
     recreational resources of the Heritage Area;
       (iv) the management plan would not adversely affect any 
     activities authorized on Federal land under public land laws 
     or land use plans;
       (v) the local coordinating entity has demonstrated the 
     financial capability, in partnership with others, to carry 
     out the plan;
       (vi) the Secretary has received adequate assurances from 
     the appropriate State, tribal, and local officials whose 
     support is needed to ensure the effective implementation of 
     the State, tribal, and local elements of the management plan; 
     and
       (vii) the management plan demonstrates partnerships among 
     the local coordinating entity, Federal, State, tribal, and 
     local governments, regional planning organizations, nonprofit 
     organizations, or private sector parties for implementation 
     of the management plan.
       (C) Disapproval.--
       (i) In general.--If the Secretary disapproves the 
     management plan, the Secretary--

       (I) shall advise the local coordinating entity in writing 
     of the reasons for the disapproval; and
       (II) may make recommendations to the local coordinating 
     entity for revisions to the management plan.

       (ii) Deadline.--Not later than 180 days after receiving a 
     revised management plan, the Secretary shall approve or 
     disapprove the revised management plan.
       (D) Amendments.--
       (i) In general.--An amendment to the management plan that 
     substantially alters the purposes of the Heritage Area shall 
     be reviewed by the Secretary and approved or disapproved in 
     the same manner as the original management plan.
       (ii) Implementation.--The local coordinating entity shall 
     not use Federal funds authorized to be appropriated by this 
     section to implement an amendment to the management plan 
     until the Secretary approves the amendment.
       (E) Authorities.--The Secretary may--
       (i) provide technical assistance under this section for the 
     development and implementation of the management plan; and
       (ii) enter into cooperative agreements with interested 
     parties to carry out this section.
       (e) Relationship to Other Federal Agencies.--
       (1) In general.--Nothing in this section affects the 
     authority of a Federal agency to provide technical or 
     financial assistance under any other law.
       (2) Technical and financial assistance.--
       (A) In general.--On the request of the local coordinating 
     entity, the Secretary may provide financial assistance and, 
     on a reimbursable or nonreimbursable basis, technical 
     assistance to the local coordinating entity to develop and 
     implement the management plan.
       (B) Cooperative agreements.--The Secretary may enter into 
     cooperative agreements with the local coordinating entity and 
     other public or private entities to provide technical or 
     financial assistance under subparagraph (A).
       (C) Priority.--In assisting the Heritage Area, the 
     Secretary shall give priority to actions that assist in--
       (i) conserving the significant natural, historic, cultural, 
     and scenic resources of the Heritage Area; and
       (ii) providing educational, interpretive, and recreational 
     opportunities consistent with the purposes of the Heritage 
     Area.
       (3) Consultation and coordination.--To the maximum extent 
     practicable, the head of any Federal agency planning to 
     conduct activities that may have an impact on the Heritage 
     Area is encouraged to consult and coordinate the activities 
     with the Secretary and the local coordinating entity.
       (4) Other federal agencies.--Nothing in this section--
       (A) modifies or alters any laws (including regulations) 
     authorizing a Federal agency to manage Federal land under the 
     jurisdiction of the Federal agency;
       (B) limits the discretion of a Federal land manager to 
     implement an approved land use plan within the boundaries of 
     the Heritage Area; or
       (C) modifies, alters, or amends any authorized use of 
     Federal land under the jurisdiction of a Federal agency.
       (f) Private Property and Regulatory Protections.--Nothing 
     in this section--
       (1) abridges the rights of any owner of public or private 
     property, including the right to refrain from participating 
     in any plan, project, program, or activity conducted within 
     the Heritage Area;
       (2) requires any property owner to--
       (A) permit public access (including access by Federal, 
     State, or local agencies) to the pro