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The equestrian facilities in GGNRA were originally constructed decades ago and are currently in need of substantial repair and upgrades. The age of the facilities is compounded by a shortage of capital investments. The result is that some facilities have a neglected appearance and unsustainable, substandard conditions. Moreover, the facilities need upgrades as part of the NPS commitment to making all practicable efforts to make facilities, programs and services accessible and usable by all people, including those with disabilities. This policy reflects the commitment to provide access to the widest cross section of the public and to ensure compliance with the Architectural Barriers Act of 1968, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991. Additionally, there is a need to build certain facilities such as covered riding rings and hay and manure storage.
There is a need to update the Best Management Practices at the stables to better address potential impacts to soils, water and air quality, preservation treatments for historic structures, cultural landscapes, and/or archeological resources. Each operator’s permit currently requires implementation of practices for clean water protection. However, consistent practices at all the stables, such as BMPs, are not identified. Listed below are examples of current conditions or activities that need to be addressed to protect natural and cultural resources and visitor experiences.
Cultural landscapes, historic structures, and archeological sites at Golden Gate Dairy, Tennessee Valley, and Rodeo Valley stables are protected by the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). These properties need identification, rehabilitation, and or preservation treatments subject to individual or programmatic approval by the State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO).
Determine appropriate long-term stables sites. These sites are determined by such factors as site size, topography, proximity to water resources, historic setting and resource sensitivity, cultural landscape protection, natural resource protection, access, parking, and public transportation. Establish the number of horses stabled. Determine the appropriate number of horses based on potential programs combined with site constraints such as site size, facilities, and cultural and natural resource protection. Identify facilities, improvements and desired resource conditions. Identify new facilities and improvements to existing facilities necessary to achieve project goals and objectives, including improved access and safety for both humans and animals. Establish guidelines, equestrian uses and facility operations that protect or enhance natural and cultural resources consistent with NPS management policies. The guideline objectives are: · Improve the condition of historic structures and landscapes. · Identify and protect archeological features or sites in areas of proposed improvements. · Protect Park natural resources, including water and air quality. · Ensure erosion control. · Reduce pests. · Protect domestic animals and wildlife.
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