Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 114 Part 3.djvu/568

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114 STAT. 1666 PUBLIC LAW 106-399—OCT. 30, 2000 16 USC 460mm-53. (1) new and unique approaches to the management of lands within the boundaries of the Cooperative Management and Protection Area; and (2) cooperative programs and incentives for seamless landscape management that meets human needs and maintains and improves the ecological and economic integrity of the Cooperative Management and Protection Area. (b) PREPARATION OF MANAGEMENT PLAN. —The Secretary shall consult with the advisory committee as part of the preparation and implementation of the management plan. (c) SUBMISSION OF RECOMMENDATIONS.— No recommendations may be presented to the Secretary by the advisory council without the agreement of at least nine members of the advisory council. SEC. 133. SCIENCE COMMITTEE. The Secretary shall appoint, as needed or at the request of the advisory council, a team of respected, knowledgeable, and diverse scientists to provide advice on questions relating to the management of the Cooperative Management and Protection Area to the Secretary and the advisory council. The Secretary shall seek the advice of the advisory council in making these appointments. TITLE II—STEENS MOUNTAIN WILDERNESS AREA 16 USC 460nnn-61, 1132 note. 16 USC 460nnn-62. SEC. 201. DESIGNATION OF STEENS MOUNTAIN WILDERNESS AREA. The Federal lands in the Cooperative Management and Protection Area depicted as wilderness on the map entitled "Steens Mountain Wilderness Area" and dated September 18, 2000, are hereby designated as wilderness and therefore as a component of the National Wilderness Preservation System. The wilderness area shall be known as the Steens Mountain Wilderness Area. SEC. 202. ADMINISTRATION OF WILDERNESS AREA- (a) GENERAL RULE. —The Secretary shall administer the Wilderness Area in accordance with this title and the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.). Any reference in the Wilderness Act to the effective date of that Act (or any similar reference) shall be deemed to be a reference to the date of the enactment of this Act. (b) WILDERNESS BOUNDARIES ALONG ROADS. —W here a wilderness boundary exists along a road, the wilderness boundary shall be set back from the centerline of the road, consistent with the Bureau of Land Management's guidelines as established in its Wilderness Management Policy. (c) ACCESS TO NON-FEDERAL LANDS. —The Secretary shall provide reasonable access to private lands within the boundaries of the Wilderness Area, as provided in section 112(d). (d) GRAZING.— (1) ADMINISTRATION.—Except as provided in section 113(e)(2), grazing of livestock shall be administered in accordance with the provision of section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(4)), in accordance with the provisions of this Act, and in accordance with the guidelines set forth