California Wild Heritage Act of 2002

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107th CONGRESS

2d Session

S. 2535

To designate certain public lands as wilderness and certain rivers as wild and scenic rivers in the State of California, to designate Salmon Restoration Areas, to establish the Sacramento River National Conservation Area and Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, and for other purposes.

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

May 21, 2002

Mrs. BOXER introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


A BILL

To designate certain public lands as wilderness and certain rivers as wild and scenic rivers in the State of California, to designate Salmon Restoration Areas, to establish the Sacramento River National Conservation Area and Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, and for other purposes.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

    This Act may be cited as the `California Wild Heritage Act of 2002'.

SEC. 2. FINDINGS.

    (a) The Congress finds and declares that--

      (1) the publically owned lands and rivers of California are a wildland resource of extraordinary value for this and future generations;

      (2) increasing pressure from California's rapidly growing population threatens to irrevocably harm these remaining wild areas and wild rivers;

      (3) statutory protection is needed for these areas to ensure that they remain a part of our natural heritage and continue to be a source of solitude and inspiration for all Americans;

      (4) continuation of military activities, including overflights, military maneuvers, testing and evaluation, and other activities without limit to frequency is not incompatible with the protection and proper management of the wilderness and wild and scenic river resources designated by this Act;

      (5) wildfire management activities necessary to protect public health and safety and private property are fully allowable in wilderness areas and the Secretary may take any measures deemed necessary to control or prevent fires; and

      (6) these lands shall be included in the National Wilderness Preservation System and the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, in order to--

        (A) preserve the unique wild and natural features of these landscapes;

        (B) protect a diverse array of ecosystems, plants, animals, geologic structures, and hydrologic features that represent the natural splendor of California;

        (C) protect and preserve historical and cultural archaeological sites associated with ancient Indian cultures and the settlement of California;

        (D) protect and preserve areas that continue to be used by Indian Tribes for spiritual, cultural, or subsistence practices;

        (E) protect watersheds, including those that play an essential role in providing municipal and agricultural water supplies;

        (F) provide opportunities for compatible outdoor recreation, including horseback riding on saddle and pack stock, hunting and fishing, hiking and camping, whitewater rafting, trail running, and excursions led by commercial outfitters;

        (G) retain and enhance opportunities for scientific research in pristine ecosystems; and

        (H) promote the recovery of threatened and endangered species, including salmon and steelhead.

TITLE I--DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS TO BE ADMINISTERED BY THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT AND UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE

SEC. 101. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS.

    (a) In furtherance of the purposes of the Wilderness Act, the following public lands in the State of California are hereby designated as wilderness, and therefore, as components of the National Wilderness Preservation System:

      (1) Certain lands in the Angeles National Forest which compromise approximately 3,200 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `West Fork Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the West Fork Wilderness.

      (2) Certain lands in the Angeles National Forest which comprise approximately 7,680 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Silver Mountain Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Silver Mountain Wilderness.

      (3) Certain lands in the Angeles National Forest which comprise approximately 56,320 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Castaic Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Castaic Wilderness.

      (4) Certain lands in the Angeles National Forest which comprise approximately 12,160 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Magic Mountain Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Magic Mountain Wilderness.

      (5) Certain lands in the Angeles National Forest which comprise approximately 19,200

acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Pleasant View Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Pleasant View Wilderness.

      (6) Certain lands in the Angeles National Forest which comprise approximately 8,960 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Sheep Mountain Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Sheep Mountain Wilderness designated by Public Law 98-425.

      (7) Certain lands in the Angeles National Forest which comprise approximately 14,720 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Condor Peak Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Condor Peak Wilderness.

      (8) Certain lands in the Angeles National Forest which comprise approximately 2,560 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Santa Clarita Canyons Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Santa Clarita Canyons Wilderness.

      (9) Certain lands in the Cleveland National Forest which comprise approximately 23,369 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Eagle Peak Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Eagle Peak Wilderness: Provided, That this designation shall not preclude entry into this area by horses or pack stock.

      (10) Certain lands in the El Dorado and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests which comprise approximately 22,360 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Caples Creek Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Caples Creek Wilderness.

      (11) Certain lands in the El Dorado and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests which comprise approximately 19,380 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Meiss Meadows Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Meiss Meadows Wilderness.

      (12) Certain lands in the Humboldt-Toiyabe and Inyo National Forests which comprise approximately 79,360 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Hoover Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Hoover Wilderness as designated by Public Law 88-577: Provided, That--

        (A) the designation shall not preclude operation and maintenance of the existing historic Piute Cabin, located in the western portion of the Hoover Wilderness Area Additions, in the same manner and degree in which operation and maintenance of such cabin were occurring as of the date of introduction of this Act; and

        (B) the designation is not intended to restrict the ongoing activities of the adjacent United States Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center on lands under agreement with the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.

      (13) Certain lands in the Inyo National Forest which comprise approximately 14,800 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Owens River Headwaters Additions to Ansel Adams Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Ansel Adams Wilderness as designated by Public Law 98-425.

      (14) Certain lands in the Inyo National Forest and the Bishop Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 136,320 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `John Muir Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the John Muir Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 88-577 and 98-425.

      (15) Certain lands in the Inyo National Forest and the Bishop Field Office and Ridgecrest Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 297,000 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `White Mountains Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the White Mountains Wilderness: Provided, That scientific research conducted at the White Mountains Research Station Facilities operated by the University of California shall be permitted to continue.

      (16) Certain lands in the Klamath National Forest which comprise approximately 64,160 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Marble Mountain Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Marble Mountain Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 88-577 and 98-425.

      (17) Certain lands in the Klamath National Forest which comprise approximately 51,600 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Red Butte Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Red Butte Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 98-425 and 98-328.

      (18) Certain lands in the Klamath National Forest which comprise approximately 19,360 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Russian Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Russian Wilderness as designated by Public Law 98-425.

      (19) Certain lands in the Lassen National Forest which comprise approximately 12,000 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Heart Lake Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Heart Lake Wilderness.

      (20) Certain lands in the Lassen National Forest which comprise approximately 4,760 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Wild Cattle Mountain Wilderness Area--

Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Wild Cattle Mountain Wilderness.

      (21) Certain lands in the Lassen National Forest which comprise approximately 6,400 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Caribou Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Caribou Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 88-577 and 98-425.

      (22) Certain lands in the Los Padres National Forest which comprise approximately 11,500 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Black Mountain Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Black Mountain Wilderness.

      (23) Certain lands in the Los Padres National Forest which comprise approximately 48,625 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Dick Smith Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Dick Smith Wilderness as designated by Public Law 98-425.

      (24) Certain lands in the Los Padres National Forest which comprise approximately 3,550 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Garcia Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Garcia Wilderness as designated by Public Law 102-301.

      (25) Certain lands in the Los Padres National Forest which comprise approximately 9,050 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Machesna Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Machesna Wilderness as designated by Public Law 98-425.

      (26) Certain lands in the Los Padres National Forest which comprise approximately 47,400 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Matilija Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Matilija Wilderness as designated by Public Law 102-301.

      (27) Certain lands in the Los Padres National Forest which comprise approximately 64,500 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `San Rafael Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the San Rafael Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 90-271, 98-425, and 102-301.

      (28) Certain lands in the Los Padres National Forest which comprise approximately 37,110 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Ventana Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', and dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in and shall be deemed to be a part of the Ventana Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 91-58, 95-237, 98-425, and 102-301: Provided, That non-motorized access to and use of the Ventana Wilderness Area Additions, designated by this Act, for military training shall be permitted to continue in the same manner and degree as provided prior to enactment and described in an existing Memorandum of Understanding, subject to reasonable regulations by the Secretary.

      (29) Certain lands in the Los Padres National Forest which comprise approximately 17,055 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Silver Peak Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed' and dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in and shall be deemed to be a part of the Silver Peak Wilderness as designated by Public Law 102-301: Provided, That non-motorized access to and use of the Silver Peak Wilderness Area Additions, designated by this Act, for military training shall be permitted to continue in the same manner and degree as provided prior to enactment and as described in an existing Memorandum of Understanding, subject to reasonable regulations by the Secretary.

      (30) Certain lands in the Los Padres National Forest which comprise approximately 47,050 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Chumash Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Chumash Wilderness as designated by Public Law 102-301.

      (31) Certain lands in the Los Padres National Forest which comprise approximately 14,350 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Sespe Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Sespe Wilderness as designated by Public Law 102-301.

      (32) Certain lands in the Mendocino National Forest which comprise approximately 23,800 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Snow Mountain Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Snow Mountain Wilderness as designated by Public Law 98-425.

      (33) Certain lands in the Mendocino National Forest which comprise approximately 10,160 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Sanhedrin Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Sanhedrin Wilderness.

      (34) Certain lands in the Mendocino National Forest and the Arcata Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 51,790 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Yuki Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Yuki Wilderness.

      (35) Certain lands in the Plumas National Forest which comprise approximately 9,000 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Feather Falls Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Feather Falls Wilderness.

      (36) Certain lands in the San Bernardino National Forest which comprise approximately 7,040 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Cahuilla Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Cahuilla Wilderness.

      (37) Certain lands in the San Bernardino National Forest which comprise approximately 8,320 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `South Fork San Jacinto Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the South Fork San Jacinto Wilderness.

      (38) Certain lands in the San Bernardino National Forest which comprise approximately 12,480 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Cucamonga Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Cucamonga Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 88-577 and 98-425.

      (39) Certain lands in the San Bernardino National Forest and the California Desert District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 17,920 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `San Gorgonio Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the San Gorgonio Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 88-577, 98-425, and 103-433.

      (40) Certain lands in the San Bernardino National Forest which comprise approximately 8,320 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Sugarloaf Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Sugarloaf Wilderness.

      (41) Certain lands in the Sequoia National Forest which comprise approximately 11,200 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Domeland Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Domeland Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 88-577, 98-425, and 103-433.

      (42) Certain lands in the Sequoia National Forest which comprise approximately 41,280 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Golden Trout Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Golden Trout Wilderness as designated by Public Law 95-237.

      (43) Certain lands in the Sequoia National Forest and the Bakersfield Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 48,000 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Bright Star Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Bright Star Wilderness as designated by Public Law 103-433.

      (44) Certain lands in the Sierra National Forest which comprise approximately 39,360 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `South Fork Merced Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the South Fork Merced Wilderness.

      (45) Certain lands in the Six Rivers National Forest which comprise approximately 7,300 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Mt. Lassic Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Mt. Lassic Wilderness.

      (46) Certain lands in the Six Rivers National Forest which comprise approximately 5,740 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Mad River Buttes Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Mad River Buttes Wilderness.

      (47) Certain lands in the Six Rivers and Klamath National Forest which comprise approximately 86,470 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Siskiyou Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Siskiyou Wilderness as designated by Public Law 98-425.

      (48) Certain lands in the Six Rivers, Mendocino and Shasta-Trinity National Forests and the Redding and Arcata Field Offices of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 40,550 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 88-577 and 98-425.

      (49) Certain lands in the Six Rivers, Klamath and Shasta-Trinity National Forests which comprise approximately 97,590 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Trinity Alps Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Trinity Alps Wilderness as designated by Public Law 98-425.

      (50) Certain lands in the Six Rivers and Shasta-Trinity National Forests which comprise approximately 12,750 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Underwood Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Underwood Wilderness.

      (51) Certain lands in the Stanislaus National Forest which comprise approximately 25,280 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Emigrant Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Emigrant Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 93-632 and 98-425.

      (52) Certain lands in the Stanislaus and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests which comprise approximately 35,200 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Carson Iceberg Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Carson Iceberg Wilderness

as designated by Public Law 98-425.

      (53) Certain lands in the Tahoe National Forest which comprise approximately 12,160 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Black Oak Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Black Oak Wilderness: Provided, That this designation shall not interfere with the operation of the Western States Endurance Run and the Western States Trail Ride (Tevis Cup) in the same manner and degree in which these events are operating as of the date of introduction of this Act.

      (54) Certain lands in the Tahoe National Forest which comprise approximately 2,880 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Duncan Canyon Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Duncan Canyon Wilderness: Provided, That this designation shall not interfere with the operation of the Western States Endurance Run and the Western States Trail Ride (Tevis Cup) in the same manner and degree in which these events are operating as of the date of introduction of this Act.

      (55) Certain lands in the Tahoe National Forest which comprise approximately 20,480 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `North Fork American Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the North Fork American Wilderness.

      (56) Certain lands in the Tahoe National Forest which comprise approximately 4,480 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Granite Chief Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Granite Chief Wilderness as designated by Public Law 98-425: Provided, That this designation shall not interfere with the operation of the Western States Endurance Run and the Western States Trail Ride (Tevis Cup) in the same manner and degree in which these events are operating as of the date of introduction of this Act and pursuant to the April 13, 1988 determination of the Chief of the U.S. Forest Service.

      (57) Certain lands in the Tahoe National Forest which comprise approximately 16,350 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Castle Peak Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Castle Peak Wilderness: Provided, That the designation shall not preclude operation and maintenance of the existing historic U.S. Forest Service Meiss Hut in the same manner and degree in which operation and maintenance of such cabin were occurring as of the date of introduction of the Act.

      (58) Certain lands in the Tahoe National Forest which comprise approximately 17,280 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Grouse Lakes Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Grouse Lakes Wilderness.

      (59) Certain lands in the Bishop Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 17,920 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Granite Mountain Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Granite Mountain Wilderness.

      (60) Certain lands in the Bakersfield Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 24,680 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Caliente Mountain Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Caliente Mountain Wilderness.

      (61) Certain lands in the California Desert District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 6,508 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Carrizo Gorge Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Carrizo Gorge Wilderness as designated by Public Law 103-433.

      (62) Certain lands in the California Desert District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 6,518 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Sawtooth Mountains Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Sawtooth Mountains Wilderness as designated by Public Law 103-433.

      (63) Certain lands in the California Desert District of the Bureau of Land Management and the Cleveland National Forest which comprise approximately 7,361 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Hauser Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Hauser Wilderness as designated by Public Law 98-425.

      (64) Certain lands in the California Desert District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 1,920 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Bighorn Mountain Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Bighorn Mountain Wilderness as designated by Public Law 103-433.

      (65) Certain lands in the California Desert District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 64,300 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Avawatz Mountains Wilderness--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Avawatz Mountains Wilderness.

      (66) Certain lands in the California Desert District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 92,878 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Cady Mountains Wilderness--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Cady Mountains Wilderness.

      (67) Certain lands in the California Desert District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 110,800 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Soda Mountains Wilderness--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Soda Mountains Wilderness.

      (68) Certain lands in the California Desert District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 41,400 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Kingston Range Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which

are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Kingston Range Wilderness as designated by Public Law 103-433.

      (69) Certain lands in the California Desert District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 19,580 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Denning Springs Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Denning Springs Wilderness.

      (70) Certain lands in the Alturas Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 6,600 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Pit River Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Pit River Wilderness.

      (71) Certain lands in the Ukiah Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 45,434 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Cache Creek Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Cache Creek Wilderness.

      (72) Certain lands in the Ukiah District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 10,880 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Blue Ridge Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Blue Ridge Wilderness.

      (73) Certain lands in the Ukiah District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 9,120 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Berryessa Peak Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Berryessa Peak Wilderness.

      (74) Certain lands in the Ukiah District of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 5,880 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Cedar Roughs Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, which shall be known as the Cedar Roughs Wilderness.

      (75) Certain lands in the Arcata Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 41,000 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `King Range Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the King Range Wilderness: Provided, That in case of conflict between the provisions of this Act and the provisions of the existing King Range National Conservation Area, established by Public Law 91-476, the more restrictive provisions shall apply.

      (76) Certain lands in the Arcata Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 14,000 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `South Fork Eel Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the South Fork Eel Wilderness.

SEC. 102. ADMINISTRATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS.

      (a) MANAGEMENT- Subject to valid existing rights, the wilderness areas designated by this Act shall be administered by the Secretary of the Interior or the Secretary of Agriculture (hereinafter referred to as the `Secretary'), whichever has administrative jurisdiction over the area, in accordance with the provisions of the Wilderness Act governing areas designated by that Act as wilderness, except that any reference in such provisions to the effective date of the Wilderness Act (or any similar reference) shall be deemed to be a reference to the date of enactment of this Act.

      (b) MAP AND LEGAL DESCRIPTION- As soon as practicable, but not later than three years after enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file a map and a legal description of each wilderness area designated in this title with the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the United States Senate and the Committee on Resources of the United States House of Representatives. Such map and description shall have the same force and effect as if included in this title, except that the correction of clerical and typographical errors in such legal description may be made. Copies of such map and legal description shall be on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the Secretary with jurisdiction over the relevant wilderness areas.

      (c) WILDERNESS CHARACTER- As provided in section 4(b) of the Wilderness Act, the Secretary administering any area designated as wilderness in this Act shall be responsible for preserving the wilderness character of the area. All activities in the areas designated by this Act shall be subject to regulations the Secretary deems necessary to fulfill the provisions of this Act.

      (d) FIRE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES- The Secretary may take such measures in the wilderness areas designated by this Act as necessary in the control and prevention of fire, insects, and diseases, as provided in section 4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act and in accordance with the guidelines contained in the Report of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs (H. Rept. 98-40) to accompany the California Wilderness Act of 1984 (Public Law 98-425). Such measures may include the use of mechanized and motorized equipment for fire suppression where necessary to protect public health and safety and private property. Within one year after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall review existing policy to ensure that authorized approval procedures for any such measures permit a timely and efficient response in case of fire emergencies in the wilderness areas designated by this Act. In areas of extreme fire hazard the Secretary shall consider whether the authority to take whatever appropriate actions are necessary for fire management shall be delegated to the Forest Supervisor, or Bureau of Land Management District Manager or field manager.

      (e) ACCESS TO PRIVATE PROPERTY- The Secretary shall provide adequate access to nonfederally owned land or interests in land within the boundaries of the wilderness area designated by this Act which will provide the owner of such lands or interest the reasonable use and enjoyment thereof.

      (f) MANAGEMENT OF PRIVATE PROPERTY- Nothing in this Act shall enlarge or diminish the private property rights of nonfederal landowners with property within the boundaries of the wilderness areas designated by this Act.

      (g) SNOW SENSORS AND STREAM GAUGES- Nothing in this Act shall be construed to prevent the installation and maintenance of hydrologic, meteorologic, or climatological devices

or facilities and communication equipment associated with such devices, or any combination of the foregoing, or limited motorized access to such facilities when non-motorized access means are not reasonably available or when time is of the essence, where such facilities or access are essential to flood warning, flood control, water supply forecasting, or reservoir operation purposes.

    (h) MILITARY ACTIVITIES- Nothing in this Act shall preclude or restrict low level overflights of military aircraft and air vehicles, testing and evaluation, the designation of new units of special use airspace, or the use or establishment of military flight training routes over wilderness areas designated by this Act.

    (i) HORSES- Nothing in this Act shall preclude horseback riding, or the entry of recreational saddle or pack stock into wilderness areas designated by this Act.

    (j) LIVESTOCK GRAZING- Grazing of livestock and maintenance of previously existing facilities which are directly related to permitted livestock grazing activities in wilderness areas designated by this Act, where established prior to the date of enactment of this Act, shall be permitted to continue as provided in section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act and section 108 of Public Law 96-560.

    (k) FISH AND WILDLIFE- Nothing in this Act shall affect hunting and fishing, under applicable State and Federal laws and regulations, within the boundaries of wilderness areas designated by this Act. Nothing in this Act shall be construed as affecting the jurisdiction or responsibilities of the State of California with respect to wildlife and fish on the public lands in that State as provided in section 4(d)(7) of the Wilderness Act.

    (l) WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT- In furtherance of the purposes and principles of the Wilderness Act management activities to maintain or restore fish and wildlife populations and the habitats to support such populations may be carried out within wilderness areas designated by this Act, where consistent with relevant wilderness management plans, in accordance with appropriate policies and guidelines.

    (m) LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES- Nothing in this Act shall be construed as precluding or otherwise affecting border operations by the Immigration and Naturalization Service, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the United States Customs Service, or State and local law enforcement agencies within wilderness areas designated by these titles.

    (n) NATIVE AMERICAN USES AND INTERESTS- In recognition of the past use of wilderness areas designated under this Act by Indian people for traditional cultural and religious purposes, the Secretary shall ensure access to such wilderness areas by Indian people for such traditional cultural and religious purposes. In implementing this section, the Secretary, upon the request of an Indian tribe or Indian religious community, shall 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 and religious activities in such areas by Indian people. 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 (78 Stat. 890; 16 U.S.C. 1131).

    (o) COMMERCIAL OUTFITTERS- Commercial outfitters may use the wilderness areas designated by this Act consistent with this Act and section 4(d)(5) of the Wilderness Act.

    (p) NO BUFFER ZONES- The Congress does not intend for the designation of wilderness areas in the State of California pursuant to this Act to lead to the creation of protective perimeters or buffer zones around any such wilderness areas. The fact that nonwilderness activities or uses can be seen or heard from areas within a wilderness shall not, of itself, preclude such activities or uses up to the boundary of the wilderness area.

    (q) WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS- Nothing in this Act shall preclude relicensing of, assistance to, or operation and maintenance of, developments below or above a wilderness area or on any stream tributary thereto which will not invade the area or unreasonably diminish the existing wilderness, scenic, recreational, and fish and wildlife values present in the area as of the date of enactment of this Act.

SEC. 103. DESIGNATION OF SALMON RESTORATION AREAS.

    (a) FINDINGS- The Congress finds and declares that--

      (1) once magnificent salmon and steelhead runs throughout the State of California have generally experienced severe declines resulting in the listing of these runs as threatened and endangered under both State and Federal law;

      (2) economically important commercial, recreational, and Tribal salmon and steelhead fisheries have collapsed in many parts of the State leading to economic crises for many fishing-dependent communities;

      (3) salmon and steelhead are essential to the spiritual and cultural practices of many Tribes in California and these Tribes have suffered as a result of the decline in salmon and steelhead runs throughout the State;

      (4) habitat protection is an essential component in the recovery of endangered salmon and steelhead in sustainable, harvestable levels; and

      (5) certain pristine areas in the State warrant special protection because they offer vital, irreplaceable habitat for salmon and steelhead.

    (b) The following public lands in the State of California are hereby designated Salmon Restoration Area:

      (1) Certain lands in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest which comprise approximately 24,267 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Chinquapin Salmon Restoration Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Chinquapin Salmon Restoration Area.

      (2) Certain lands in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest which comprise approximately 28,400 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Pattison Salmon Restoration Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Pattison Salmon Restoration Area.

      (3) Certain lands in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest which comprise approximately 22,000 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `South Fork Trinity Salmon Restoration Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the South Fork Trinity Salmon Restoration Area.

    (c) MANAGEMENT- The Salmon Restoration Areas shall be reviewed by the Secretary as to their suitability for designation as wilderness. Until Congress acts on the suitability of these areas for wilderness, the Salmon Restoration Areas shall be managed to promote the restoration of self-sustaining salmon and steelhead populations. The Secretary shall submit the report and findings to the President, and the President shall submit a recommendation to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives no later than three years from the date of enactment of this Act. Subject to valid existing rights, the Salmon Restoration Areas designated by this section shall be administered by the Secretary so as to maintain their presently existing wilderness character and potential for inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System. The use of mechanized transport or motorized equipment shall be based on the selection of the minimum tool or administrative practice necessary to accomplish the purpose of maximum salmon habitat protection with the least amount of adverse impact on wilderness character and resources.

SEC. 104. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS STUDY AREAS.

    (a) In furtherance of the provisions of the Wilderness Act, the following public lands in the State of California are designated wilderness study areas and shall be reviewed by the Secretary as to their suitability for preservation as wilderness. The Secretary shall submit the report and findings to the President, and the President shall submit a recommendation to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives no later than three years from the date of enactment of this Act:

      (1) Certain lands in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest which comprise approximately 35,000 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Girard Ridge Wilderness Study Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Girard Ridge Wilderness Study Area.

      (2) Certain lands in the Lassen National Forest which comprise approximately 48,000 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Ishi Wilderness Additions Wilderness Study Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Ishi Additions Wilderness Study Area.

    (b) Subject to valid existing rights, the wilderness study areas designated by this section shall be administered by the Secretary so as to maintain their presently existing wilderness character and potential for inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System.

SEC. 105. DESIGNATION OF POTENTIAL WILDERNESS AREAS.

    (a) In furtherance of the provisions of the Wilderness Act, the following public lands in the State of California are designated potential wilderness areas:

      (1) Certain lands in the Arcata Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 8,000 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Elkhorn Ridge Potential Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Elkhorn Ridge Potential Wilderness Area.

      (2) Certain lands in the Ukiah Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise approximately 12,806 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Payne Ranch Potential Wilderness Addition to Cache Creek Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the Payne Ranch Proposed Wilderness Addition to the Cache Creek Wilderness Area as designated by this Act.

    (b) Subject to valid existing rights, the potential wilderness areas designated by this Act shall be administered by the Secretary as wilderness except as provided for in subsection (c) until such time as said lands are designated as wilderness.

    (c) ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION- For purposes of ecological restoration, including the elimination of non-native species, road removal, repair of skid tracks, and other actions necessary to restore the natural ecosystems in these areas, the Secretary may use motorized equipment and mechanized transport until such time as the potential wilderness areas are designated as wilderness.

    (d) WILDERNESS DESIGNATION- Upon removal of conditions incompatible with the Wilderness Act and publication by the Secretary in the Federal Register of notice of such removal or 5 years after the date of enactment of this Act, whichever comes first, the potential wilderness areas designated by this Act shall be designated wilderness.

    (e) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There are authorized to be appropriated $5,000,000 annually for five years to the Secretary to carry out the ecological restoration purposes in subsection (c).

TITLE II--DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS TO BE MANAGED BY THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

SEC. 201. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS.

    (a) In furtherance of the purposes of the Wilderness Act, the following public lands in the State of California are hereby designated as wilderness, and therefore, as components of the National Wilderness Preservation System:

      (1) Certain lands in Joshua Tree National Park which comprise approximately 36,672 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Joshua Tree National Park Wilderness

Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Joshua Tree National Park Wilderness as designated by Public Laws 94-567 and 103-433.

      (2) Certain lands in Lassen Volcanic National Park which comprise approximately 26,366 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Lassen Volcanic National Park Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Lassen Volcanic National Park Wilderness as designated by Public law 92-510.

      (3) Certain lands in Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Park which comprise approximately 68,480 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Mineral King Wilderness Area--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which shall be known as the John Krebs Wilderness: Provided, That--

        (A) the designation shall not preclude operation and maintenance of the existing Hockett Meadow Cabin and Quinn Patrol Cabin in the same manner and degree in which operation and maintenance of such cabins were occurring as of the date of enactment of this Act; and

        (B) nothing in this Act shall be construed to prohibit the periodic maintenance, as presently permitted by the National Park Service, of the small check dams on Lower Franklin, Crystal, Upper Monarch and Eagle Lakes.

      (4) Certain lands in the Pinnacles National Monument which comprise approximately 2,715 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Pinnacles National Monument Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be part of the Pinnacles National Monument Wilderness as designated by Public Law 94-567.

      (5) Lands transferred to Death Valley National Park in section 203 of this Act and additional lands in Death Valley National Park, which together comprise approximately 57,680 acres as generally depicted on a map entitled `Death Valley National Park Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed', dated May 2002, and which are hereby incorporated in, and which shall be deemed to be a part of the Death Valley National Park Wilderness as designated by Public Law 103-433.

SEC. 202. ADMINISTRATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS.

      (a) MANAGEMENT- Subject to valid rights, the wilderness areas designated by this Act shall be administered by the Secretary of the Interior in accordance with the provisions of the Wilderness Act governing areas designated by that Act as wilderness, except that any reference in such provisions to the effective date of the Wilderness Act (or any similar reference) shall be deemed to be reference to the date of the enactment of this Act.

      (b) MAP AND LEGAL DESCRIPTION- As soon as practicable, but not later than three years after enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file a map and a legal description of each wilderness area designated in this Title with the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the United States Senate and the Committee on Resources of the United States House of Representatives. Such map and description shall have the same force and effect as if included in this title, except that the correction of clerical and typographical errors in such legal description may be made. Copies of such map and legal description shall be on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the Secretary with jurisdiction over the relevant wilderness areas.

      (c) WILDERNESS CHARACTER- As provided in section 4(b) of the Wilderness Act, the Secretary administering any areas designated as wilderness in this Act shall be responsible for preserving the wilderness character of the area. All activities in the area designated by this Act shall be subject to regulations the Secretary deems necessary to fulfill the provisions of this Act.

SEC. 203. DEATH VALLEY BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT.

      (a) BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT- The boundary of Death Valley National Park (hereinafter referred to in this section as the `park') is revised to include the lands designated as the Boundary Adjustment Area as shown on the map entitled `Boundary Adjustment Map', numbered 143-80, 172 and dated October 2001.

      (b) TRANSFER AND ADMINISTRATION OF LANDS- The Secretary shall transfer the lands under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management within the Boundary Adjustment Area to the administrative jurisdiction of the National Park Service. The Secretary shall administer the lands transferred under this section as part of the park in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

      (c) MILITARY OPERATIONS AT FORT IRWIN- Nothing in this section shall be construed as altering any authority of the Secretary of the Army to conduct military operations at Fort Irwin and the National Training Center that are authorized in any other provision of law.

TITLE III--WILD AND SCENIC RIVER DESIGNATIONS

SEC. 301. DESIGNATION OF WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS.

      (a) In order to preserve and protect for present and future generations the outstanding scenic, natural, wildlife, fishery, recreational, scientific, historic, and ecological values of the following rivers in the State of California Section 3(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) is amended by adding the following new paragraph at the end:

      ( ) BLACK BUTTE RIVER, CALIFORNIA- The 2 miles of Black Butte River from the confluence of Estell and Sheep Creeks to Spanish Creek confluence, as a scenic river. The 18.5 miles of Black Butte River from Spanish Creek confluence to Jumpoff Creek, confluence, as a wild river. The 3.5 miles of Black Butte River from Jumpoff Creek confluence to confluence with Middle Eel River, as a scenic river. The 5 miles of Cold Creek from Plaskett Creek confluence to confluence with Black Butte River, as a wild river.

      `( ) BUCKHORN CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 4.25 mile of Buckhorn Creek from the source to Lower Buckhorn Campground, as a wild river. The .25 mile of Buckhorn Creek from Lower Buckhorn Campground to the confluence with Indian Creek, as a scenic river.

      `( ) CEDAR CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 4 mile segment from Inaja Reservation boundary to 0.125 mile upstream of Cedar Creek Road crossing, as a wild river. The 0.25 mile from 0.125 mile upstream of Cedar Creek Road crossing to 0.125 mile downstream of Cedar Creek Road crossing, as a scenic river. The 1.75 miles from 0.125 mile downstream of Cedar Creek Road to the private property boundary in Sec. 1 T14S R2E at Cedar Creek Falls, as a wild river.

      `( ) CLAVEY RIVER, CALIFORNIA-

        `(A) The 5 mile segment of the Lily Creek tributary from the Emigrant Wilderness boundary to a point 0.1 mile downstream of an unnamed tributary at the lower end of Coffin Hollow, as a wild river. The 2 mile segment of the Lily Creek tributary from a point 0.1 mile downstream of an unnamed tributary at the lower end of Coffin Hollow to its confluence with Bell Creek, as a scenic river. The 6 mile segment of the Bell Creek tributary from the Emigrant Wilderness boundary to its confluence with Lily Creek, as a wild river, except the 1.0 mile segment beginning a point 500 feet upstream from the Crabtree trail bridge shall be administered as a scenic river. The 10.4 mile segment of the Clavey River from the confluence of Bell Creek with Lily Creek to a point where the eastern boundary of the river corridor intersects with the Mi-Wok and Groveland Ranger districts boundary, as a scenic river. The 3.2 mile segment of the Clavey River from the Mi-Wok and Groveland Ranger districts boundary to 0.25 mile upstream of the Cottonwood Road, (Forest Route 14) crossing, as a wild river. The 1.75 mile segment of the Clavey River from 0.25 mile upstream of the Cottonwood Road to 1.5 mile below it, as a scenic river. The 6.6 mile segment of the Clavey River from 1.5 mile downstream of the Cottonwood Road to 0.25 mile upstream of Forest Road 1N01, as wild river. The 2 mile segment of the Clavey River from 0.25 mile above Forest Road 1N01 crossing to 1.75 miles downstream, as a scenic river. The 7.0 mile segment of the Clavey River from 1.75 miles downstream from the Forest Road 1N01 crossing to the confluence with the Tuolumne River, as a wild river. The 2 mile segment of the Bourland Creek tributary from its origin to the western boundary of Bourland Research Natural Area, as a wild river. The 10.3 mile segment of the Bourland Creek tributary form the western boundary of Bourland Research Natural Area to its confluence with Reynolds Creek, as a recreational river.

        `(B) Within 18 months of the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall prepare a fire management plan and a report on the cultural and historic resources within the river designations in this sub-paragraph and submit the report to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives, and provide a copy to the Tuolumne County board of supervisors.

      `( ) COTTONWOOD CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 18.1 miles from spring source in Sec. 27 T4S R34E to the confluence with unnamed tributary directly east of Peak 6887T near the center of Sec. 2 T6S R36E, as a wild river. The 3.8 miles from the unnamed tributary confluence near the center of Sec. 2 T6S R36E to the northern boundary of Sec. 5 T6S R37E, as a scenic river.

      `( ) DEEP CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 6.5 mile segment from 0.125 mile downstream of the Rainbow Dam site in Sec. 33, T2N R2W to 0.25 mile upstream of the Road 3N34 crossing, as a wild river. The 2.5 mile segment from 0.25 mile downstream of the Road 3N34 crossing to 0.25 mile upstream of the Trail 2W01 crossing, as a wild river. The 10 mile segment from 0.25 mile downstream of the Trail 2W01 crossing to the upper limit of the Mojave dam flood zone in Sec. 17, T3N R3W, as a wild river. The 3.5 mile segment of the Holcomb Creek tributary from 0.25 mile downstream of Holcomb crossing (Trail 2W08/2W03), as a wild river.

      `( ) DINKEY CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 3 mile from First Dinkey Lake to 0.25 mile upstream of Road 9S62 crossing, as a wild river. The 0.5 mile from 0.25 mile upstream of Road 9S62 crossing to 0.25 mile downstream of crossing, as a scenic river. The 7 miles from 0.25 mile downstream of Road 9S62 crossing to confluence with Rock Creek, as a wild river. The 4.5 miles from Rock Creek confluence to the confluence with Laurel Creek, as a recreation river. The 4.5 miles from Laurel Creek confluence to 0.25 mile upstream of Ross Crossing (Road 10S24), as a wild river. The 1 mile from 0.25 mile upstream of Ross Crossing to 0.75 mile downstream of Ross Crossing, as a scenic river. The 5.25 miles from 0.75 mile downstream of Ross Crossing to 2 miles upstream of North Fork Kings confluence, as a wild river. The 2 miles upstream of North Fork Kings confluence to North Fork Kings confluence, as a recreational river.

      `( ) DOWNIE RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, CALIFORNIA- The 2 miles of the West Downie River from the northern boundary of Sec. 27 T21N R10E to Rattlesnake Creek confluence, as a wild river. The 3 miles of Rattlesnake Creek from the source in Sec. 24 T21N R10E to West Branch confluence, as a wild river. The 3 miles of Downie River from the confluence of West Branch and Rattlesnake Creek to the confluence with Grant Ravine, as a wild river. The 1.75 miles of Downie River from Grant Ravine confluence to the confluence with Lavezzola Creek, as a recreational river. The 2 miles of Red Oak Canyon from the source in Sec. 18 T21N R11E to 0.5 mile upstream of confluence with Empire Creek, as a wild river. The 0.5 mile of Red Oak Canyon from 0.5 mile upstream of Empire Creek confluence to Empire Creek confluence, as a scenic river. The 2 miles of Empire Creek from the source in Sec. 17 T12N R11E to 0.5 mile upstream of confluence with Red Oak Canyon, as a wild river. The 4.5 miles of Empire Creek from 0.5 mile upstream of Red Oak Canyon confluence to confluence with Lavezzola Creek, as a scenic river. The 1.5 miles of Sunnyside Creek from the confluence of Sunnyside Creek and unnamed tributary in Sec. 8 T21N R11E to Spencer Creek confluence, as a wild river. The 1.5 miles of Spencer Creek from Lower Spencer Lake to confluence with Sunnyside Creek, as a wild river. The 5 miles of Lavezzola Creek, from the confluence of Sunnyside and Spencer Creeks to unnamed tributary in Sec. 33 T21N R11E, as a wild river. The 7 miles of Lavezzola Creek, from the confluence with unnamed tributary in

Sec. 33 to Downie River confluence, as a scenic river. The 3.5 miles of Pauley Creek from Hawley and Snake Lakes to the southern boundary of Sec. 26 T21N R11E, as a scenic river. The 7.5 miles of Pauley Creek from Sec. 26 to the western boundary of Sec. 18 T20N R11E, as a wild river. The 4 miles of Pauley Creek from Sec. 18 to confluence with Downie River, as a scenic river. The 1.5 miles of Butcher Ranch Creek from the eastern boundary of Sec. 2 T20N R11E to the confluence with Pauley Creek, as a wild river.

      `( ) INDEPENDENCE CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 2 miles from the source in Sec. 13 T18N R14E to the high water line of Independence Lake, as a wild river.

      `( ) LOWER KERN RIVER, CALIFORNIA- The 7 miles from Highway 155 bridge to 100 feet upstream of Borel powerhouse, as a recreational river. The 12.7 miles from 100 feet downstream of Borel powerhouse to confluence with Willow Spring Creek, as a scenic river. The 9.75 miles from 0.25 mile downstream of Democrat Dam to 0.25 mile upstream of the Kern River powerhouse, as a recreational river. Provided, That the designation shall not impact the continued operation and maintenance of existing water and energy facilities on or near the river.

      `( ) KINGS RIVER, CALIFORNIA- The 4 miles from the existing wild river boundary to the end of road 12S01 (at the Kings River NRT trailhead), as a wild river. The 4 miles from 12S01 road end to the confluence with Mill Creek, as a scenic river. The 3 miles from the Mill Creek confluence to the Bailey Bridge (Road 11S12), as a recreational river: Provided, That in the case of conflict between the provisions of this Act and the provisions of the existing Kings River Special Management Area, established by Public Law 100-150, the more restrictive provisions shall apply.

      `( ) MATILIJA CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 7 miles from the source to the confluence with Old Man Canyon, as a wild river. The 2 miles from Old Man Canyon to Murrieta Canyon, as a scenic river. The 7 miles from the source of the North Fork of Matilija Creek to the confluence with Matilija Creek, as a wild river.

      `( ) MOKELUMNE, NORTH FORK, CALIFORNIA- The 5.75 miles from 0.25 mile downstream of Salt Springs dam to 0.5 mile downstream of Bear River confluence, as a recreational river. The 11 miles from 0.5 mile downstream of Bear River confluence to National Forest boundary in Sec. 19 T7N R14E, as a wild river.

      `( ) NIAGARA CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 1 mile from Highway 108 to the high water line of Donnell Reservoir, as a scenic river.

      `( ) OWENS RIVER HEADWATERS COMPLEX, CALIFORNIA- The 2.99 miles of Deadman Creek from the two-forked source east of San Joaquin Peak to the confluence with the unnamed tributary flowing south into Deadman Creek from Sec. 12 T3S R26E, as a wild river. The 1.71 miles of Deadman Creek from the unnamed tributary confluence in Sec. 12 T3S R26E to Road 3S22 crossing, as a scenic river. The 3.91 miles of Deadman Creek from the Road S322 crossing to three hundred feet downstream of the Highway 395 crossing, as a recreational river. The 2.97 miles of Deadman Creek from three hundred feet downstream of the Highway 395 crossing to one hundred feet upstream of Big Springs, as a scenic river. The 0.88 mile of the Upper Owens River from one hundred feet upstream of Big Springs to the private property boundary in Sec. 19 T2S R28E, as a recreational river. The 3.98 miles of Glass Creek from its two-forked source to one hundred feet upstream of the Glass Creek Meadow Trailhead parking area in Sec. 29 T2S R27E, as a wild river. The 1.42 miles of Glass Creek from one hundred feet upstream of the trailhead parking area in Sec. 29 to the end of the Glass Creek road in Sec. 21 T2S R27E, as a scenic river. The 0.96 mile of Glass Creek from the end of Glass Creek road in Sec. 21 to the confluence with Deadman Creek in Sec. 27, as a recreational river.

      `( ) PINE VALLEY CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 1.5 miles from the private property boundary in Sec. 26 T15S R14E to the Pine Creek Wilderness Boundary, as a recreational river. The 5.75 miles from the Pine Creek Wilderness Boundary to 0.25 mile upstream of Barrett Reservoir, as a wild river.

      `( ) PIRU CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 9 miles of the North Fork Piru Creek from the source to private property in Sec. 4, T6N R21W, as a wild river. The 1 mile of the North Fork Piru Creek from the private property boundary in Sec. 4 to the South Fork confluence, as a scenic river. The 3.5 miles of the South Fork Piru Creek from the source to the confluence with the unnamed tributary in Thorn Meadows, as a wild river. The 1 mile of South Fork Piru Creek from the confluence with the unnamed tributary in Thorn Meadows to the confluence with North Fork Piru Creek, as a scenic river. The 15 miles of Piru Creek from the North and South Forks confluence to 0.125 mile downstream of Road 18N01 crossing, as a scenic river. The 3 miles of Piru Creek from 0.125 mile downstream of Road 18N01 crossing to 0.125 mile upstream of Castaic Mine, as a wild river. The 7.75 miles of Piru Creek from 0.125 mile downstream of Castaic Mine to 0.25 mile upstream of Pyramid reservoir, as a scenic river. The 2.75 miles of Piru Creek from 0.25 mile downstream of Pyramid dam to Osito Canyon, as a recreational river. The 11 miles from Osito Canyon to the southern boundary of the Sespe Wilderness, as a wild river.

      `( ) SAGEHEN CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 7.75 miles from the source in Sec. 10 T18N R15E to 0.25 mile upstream of Stampede reservoir, as a scenic river.

      `( ) SAN DIEGO RIVER, CALIFORNIA- The 9 miles from the northern boundary of Sec. 34 T12S R3E to the private property boundary in Sec. 36 T13S R2E, as a wild river.

      `( ) UPPER SESPE CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The 1.5 miles from the source to the private property boundary in Sec. 10 T6N R24W, as a scenic river. The 2 miles from the private property boundary in Sec. 10 T6N R24W to the Hartman Ranch boundary in Sec. 14 T6N R24W, as a wild river. The 14.5 miles from the Hartman Ranch boundary in Sec. 14 T6N R24W to 0.125 mile downstream of Beaver Campground, as a recreational river. The 2 miles from 0.125 mile downstream of Beaver Campground to Rock Creek confluence, as a scenic river.

      `( ) STANISLAUS RIVER, NORTH FORK, CALIFORNIA- The 5.5 mile of Highland

Creek from 0.5 mile downstream of New Spicer dam to North Fork confluence, as a wild river. The 8.5 miles of North Fork Stanislaus River, from Highland Creek confluence to Little Rattlesnake Creek confluence, as a wild river. The 2.25 miles of the North Fork Stanislaus River, from Little Rattlesnake Creek confluence to the northern edge of the private property boundary in Sec. 8 T5N R16E, 0.25 mile upstream of Boards Crossing, as a recreational river. The 2 miles of the North Fork Stanislaus River, from 1 mile downstream of Boards Crossing to the western boundary of Calaveras Big Trees State Park, as a scenic river. The 7 miles of the North Fork Stanislaus River from 0.25 mile downstream of Road 4N38 crossing to Middle Fork Stanislaus River confluence, as a wild river.

      `( ) TUOLUMNE, SOUTH FORK- The 0.2 mile from the Rainbow Pool Bridge to the Highway 120 Bridge, as a recreational river. The 3.0 miles from the Highway 120 Bridge to the Tuolumne Wild and Scenic River confluence, as a scenic river: Provided, That within 18 months of the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall prepare a fire management plan and a report on the cultural and historic resources within the river designations in this sub-paragraph and submit the report to the United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, and provide a copy to the Tuolumne County board of supervisors.'.

    (b) WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS- Nothing in this Act shall preclude relicensing of, assistance to, or operation and maintenance of, developments below or above a wild, scenic, or recreational river area or on any stream tributary thereto which will not invade the area or unreasonably diminish the existing scenic, recreational, and fish and wildlife values present in the area as of the date of enactment of this Act.

SEC. 302. DESIGNATION OF WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS STUDY AREAS.

    In furtherance of the provisions of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, the following rivers in the State of California shall be reviewed by the Secretary as to their suitability for designations as wild, scenic, and recreational rivers. The Secretary shall submit a report and findings to the President, and the President shall submit a recommendation to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives no later than three years from the date of enactment of this Act. Section 5(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1276(a)) is amended by adding the following new paragraphs at the end:

      `( ) CACHE CREEK, CALIFORNIA- The approximately 32 miles of Cache Creek from 0.25 mile downstream of Clear Lake dam to Camp Haswell. The approximately 2 miles of the North Fork Cache Creek from the Highway 20 crossing to its confluence with Cache Creek.

      `( ) CARSON RIVER, EAST FORK, CALIFORNIA- The approximately 46.5 miles from the source to the Nevada border.'.

TITLE IV--SACRAMENTO RIVER NATIONAL CONSERVATION AREA

SEC. 401. DESIGNATION AND MANAGEMENT.

    (a) PURPOSES- In order to conserve, protect, and enhance the riparian and associated areas described in subsection (b) and the outstanding ecological, geological, scenic, recreational, cultural, historical, fish and wildlife values, and other resources of such areas, there is hereby established the Sacramento River National Conservation Area (hereinafter referred to in this title as the `conservation area').

    (b) AREAS INCLUDED- The conservation areas shall consist of the public lands in Tehama and Shasta Counties generally depicted on a map entitled `Sacramento River National Conservation Area', dated May 2002, and comprising approximately 17,000 acres adjacent to the Sacramento River, lower Battle Creek, and lower Paynes Creek.

    (c) MAP- As soon as practicable, but not later than three years after the date of enactment of this Act, a map and legal description of the conservation area shall be filed by the Secretary with the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the United States Senate and the Committee on Resources of the United States House of Representatives. Such map shall have the same force and effect as if included in this section. Copies of such map shall be on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the Director of the Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior, and in the appropriate office of the Bureau of Land Management in California.

    (d) MANAGEMENT OF CONSERVATION AREA- The Secretary shall manage the conservation area in a manner that conserves, protects, and enhances its resources and values, including the resources specified in subsection (a), pursuant to the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) and other applicable provisions of law, including this title.

    (e) WITHDRAWAL- Subject to valid existing rights, all Federal lands within the conservation area are hereby withdrawn from all forms of entry, appropriation or disposal under the public land laws, from location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and from disposition under all laws relating to mineral and geothermal leasing, and all amendments thereto.

    (f) HUNTING AND FISHING- The Secretary shall permit hunting and fishing within the conservation area in accordance with applicable laws and regulations of the United States and the State of California.

    (g) MOTORIZED VEHICLES- Use of motorized vehicles on public lands shall be restricted to established roadways.

    (h) MOTORIZED BOATS- Nothing in this Act is intended to restrict the use of motorized boats on the Sacramento River. The Counties of Tehama and Shasta and California Department of Boating and Waterways shall retain their respective authority to regulate motorized boating for the purpose of ensuring public safety and environmental protection.

    (i) GRAZING- The grazing of livestock on public lands, where authorized under permits or leases in existence as of the date of enactment of this Act, shall be permitted to continue subject to such reasonable regulations, policies, and practices as the Secretary deems necessary, consistent with this Act, the Federal Land Policy Management Act, and Bureau of Land Management regulations.

    (j) ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY-

      (1) IN GENERAL- The Secretary may acquire land or interests in land within the boundaries of the conservation area depicted on the Map by donation, transfer, purchase with donated or appropriated funds, or exchange.

      (2) CONSENT- No land or interest in land may be acquired without the consent of the owner of the land.

    (k) CONSERVATION AREA MANAGEMENT PLAN-

      (1) IN GENERAL- Not later than 3 years after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall--

        (A) develop a comprehensive plan for the long-range protection and management of the conservation area; and

        (B) transmit the plan to--

          (i) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate; and

          (ii) the Committee on Resources of the House of Representatives.

      (2) CONTENTS OF PLAN- The plan--

        (A) shall describe the appropriate uses and management of the conservation area in accordance with this Act;

        (B) may incorporate appropriate decisions contained in any management or activity plan for the area completed prior to the date of enactment of this Act;

        (C) may incorporate appropriate wildlife habitat management plans or other plans prepared for the land within or adjacent to the conservation area prior to the date of enactment of this Act;

        (D) shall be prepared in close consultation with appropriate Federal, State, Tehama and Shasta Counties, and local agencies; adjacent landowners; and other stakeholders; and

        (E) may use information developed prior to the date of enactment of this Act in studies of the land within or adjacent to the conservation area.

    (l) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There are authorized such sums as may be necessary to carry out this title.

TITLE V--ANCIENT BRISTLECONE PINE FOREST

SEC. 501. DESIGNATION AND MANAGEMENT.

    (a) PURPOSES- In order to conserve and protect, by maintaining near-natural conditions, the Ancient Bristlecone Pines for public enjoyment and scientific study there is hereby established the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest.

    (b) AREAS INCLUDED- The Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest shall consist of the public lands generally depicted on a map entitled `Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest--Proposed', dated May 2002, and comprising approximately 28,991 acres.

    (c) MAP- As soon as practicable, but no later than three years after the date of enactment of this Act, a map and legal description of the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest shall be filed by the Secretary with the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the United States Senate and the Committee on Resources of the United States House of Representatives. Such map shall have the same force and effect as if included in this section. Copies of such map shall be on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the Chief of the U.S. Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, and in the appropriate office of the U.S. Forest Service in California.

    (d) MANAGEMENT OF ANCIENT BRISTLECONE PINE FOREST-

      (1) The Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest designated by this title shall be administered by the Secretary to protect the resources and values of the area in accordance with the purposes in subsection (a) and pursuant to the National Forest Management Act of 1976 (16 U.S.C. 1600 et seq.) and other applicable provisions of law, including this title, and in a manner that promotes the objectives of the management plan for this area as of the date of enactment of this Act, including--

        (A) the protection of the Ancient Bristlecone Pines for public enjoyment and scientific study;

        (B) the recognition of the botanical, scenic, and historical values of the area; and

        (C) 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.

      (2) The Secretary shall allow only such uses of the forest as the Secretary finds will further the purposes for which the forest is established.

    (e) WITHDRAWAL- Subject to valid existing rights, all Federal lands within the Ancient

Bristlecone Pine Forest are hereby withdrawn from all forms of entry, appropriation or disposal under the public land laws; from location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and from disposition under all laws relating to mineral and geothermal leasing, and all amendments thereto.

    (f) ANCIENT BRISTLECONE PINE FOREST MANAGEMENT PLAN- Within 18 months after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall develop and submit to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the United States Senate and to the Committee on Resources of the United States House of Representatives a comprehensive management plan for the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest designated by this title.

    (g) EXISTING MANAGEMENT- Management guidance for the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest adopted in 1988 as part of the Inyo National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan regarding roads, trails, and facilities development, motor vehicle use, pest management, energy exploration, land acquisition, utilities placement, wildfire management, grazing, timber, riparian areas, hunting, and recreation shall be maintained and incorporated into the management plan in subsection (f). Scientific research shall be allowed according to the 1988 plan. In all other cases of conflict between the provisions of this Act and the provisions of the existing management plan for the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest the more restrictive provisions shall apply.

    (h) Acquisition of Property-

      (1) IN GENERAL- The Secretary may acquire land or interests in land within the boundaries of the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest depicted on the map by donation, transfer, purchase with donated or appropriated funds, or exchange.

      (2) CONSENT- No land or interest in land may be acquired without the consent of the owner of the land.

    (i) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There are authorized such sums as may be necessary to carry out this title.

TITLE VI--AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS

SEC. 601. WILDERNESS AND WILD AND SCENIC RIVER TOURISM DEVELOPMENT.

    There is authorized to be appropriated $5,000,000 annually to the Secretary of Agriculture and $5,000,000 annually to the Secretary of the Interior to establish a program to provide `Wilderness and Wild and Scenic Economic Development' grants to communities surrounded by or adjacent to wilderness areas and wild, scenic, and recreational rivers designated by this Act, for use in creating and promoting wilderness and recreation related jobs, developing visitors' centers, informational brochures and kiosks, or other methods for promoting wilderness and wild and scenic river tourism in these areas.

SEC. 602. WILDERNESS AND WILD AND SCENIC RIVER RECREATION.

    There is authorized to be appropriated $2,500,000 annually to the Secretary of Agriculture and $2,500,000 annually to the Secretary of the Interior for use in wilderness areas and wild, scenic, and recreational rivers designated by this Act to develop trails and other facilities that will promote and enhance the wilderness and wild and scenic river recreation experiences.

SEC. 603. FIRE FIGHTING.

    There is authorized to be appropriated $5,000,000 annually to the Secretary of Agriculture and $5,000,000 annually to the Secretary of the Interior for use in wilderness areas and wild, scenic, and recreational river segments designated by this Act to support firefighting activities.

SEC. 604. LAW ENFORCEMENT.

    There is authorized to be appropriated $2,000,000 annually to the Secretary of Agriculture and $2,000,000 annually to the Secretary of the Interior for use in wilderness areas and wild, scenic, and recreational rivers designated by this Act to support law enforcement activities necessary to protect visitors and the natural resources of these wild areas.

SEC. 605. ACQUISITION OF INHOLDINGS.

    There is authorized to be appropriated $5,000,000 annually to the Secretary of Agriculture and $5,000,000 annually to the Secretary of the Interior to acquire inholdings on a willing seller basis within the wilderness areas and wild, scenic, and recreational rivers designated by this Act.

END

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