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This chapter describes the alternatives developed by the NPS in response to the principal issues raised concerning the purpose and need (Chapter 1) and issues raised during the scoping process. Each alternative addresses the purpose and need for the proposed action and specifically those actions considered necessary to protect cultural and natural resources as well as infrastructure. Common throughout all the action alternatives are management practices for business, safety, environmental protection, and resource protection. Additionally, certain facilities are common in all action alternatives. These ―Common to All‖ elements are described in section 2.3.2. The proposed alternatives differ primarily with respect to the number and location of equestrian stable sites on GGNRA lands in southern Marin, the number of horses stabled there, and the types of facility improvements. The following paragraphs describe the various alternatives, how those alternatives were developed, and the preferred alternative. A discussion of alternatives that were considered but eliminated from detailed study is also provided.
In 1996, NPS held internal design discussions to develop a plan for managing equestrian stables in the GGNRA. These discussions resulted in a range of plans but none that appeared to fully support the range of resource protection needed. In 2004, NPS organized internal workshops to explore the creation of an equestrian management plan that would provide resource protection, reflect the ideals shared by the Park and fully interpret the site’s resources. A project concept was developed in 2005, and an interdisciplinary team (IDT), which brought together representatives from key NPS divisions, was formed. A preliminary set of planning guidelines was developed by the IDT to assist in the development of alternatives. The NPS identified a planning effort to comprehensively manage all stables located on park lands in southern Marin. The Park project manager (PM), a landscape architect, studied privately and publically operated stables located on other National Park Service lands and other public lands. The PM visited stables and interviewed operators, land managers and users concerning operations, facility needs for horses and programs, environmental management, programs, safety and accessibility. The PM studied stables design and prepared lists of minimum facilities (and facility sizes) for a stables operation on NPS lands. The result of this information is reflected in the project plan, site plans and ―Best Management Practices‖ and has been vetted at public meetings. Members of the IDT have visited public programs offered at the subject stables, including general classes, youth and cancer-patient outreach programs at Tennessee Valley stables, and group rides at Presidio Riding Club, Rodeo Valley stables. The PM met multiple times with the current stables operators who openly shared their expertise, site and programs concepts, and ideas for the future. The PM and IDT staff participated in the Marin County stream protection education program for stables operators and horse owners. The PM has reviewed many documents and websites related to environmental management of horses including manure management, pest and weed management, and erosion and runoff control. The park Cultural Resources division supported the project with documentation of historic resources and historic integrity, determining which of the proposed or existing stables sites were historic resources and which were not. The IDT led a cultural resources workshop for the Marin Equestrian Stables Plan in 2010 that resulted in detailed recommendations for the three historic sites considered; Tennessee Valley, Rodeo Valley and Golden Gate Dairy.
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