Managing Special Provisions: Inholdings and Rights-of-Way

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This training course addresses the management of rights-of-way and access to inholdings in designated wilderness.

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Access to State or private inholdings and valid occupancies is guaranteed by Section 5 of the Wilderness Act of 1964, and rights-of-way existing prior to wilderness designation may continue as an exception to the prohibition of uses found in Section 4(c). This training course addresses the management of rights-of-way and access to inholdings in designated wilderness.

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This course is self-paced, allowing learners the flexibility to complete the course as quickly or slowly as they need. While exploring course content, learners can investigate topics in greater detail through enrichment activities that link to real-world examples, original source materials, and policy documents. Learners can easily move from section to section as they navigate through the course, revisiting concepts as needed. This course includes the following elements.

Elements of the course:

  • Informational text
  • Interactive practice activities
  • Engaging videos
  • Learn More opportunities
  • Supplemental reference materials

After completing all course activities, you will complete a brief assessment to demonstrate your understanding of key course concepts. Upon successful completion of the assessment, you will be awarded a certificate of completion.

Course Chapters

  • Making Sense of Terminology
  • Inholdings and Edgeholdings
  • Rights-of-Way
  • Conclusion

Be able to:

  • Describe an approach to managing inholdings and edgeholdings that is consistent with the Wilderness Act.
  • Define terms related to inholdings, edgeholdings, access, and rights-of-way.
  • Explain how agencies acquire inholdings and edgeholdings.
  • Explain the types and extent of access available to inholdings and edgeholdings.
  • Identify key issues in processing an authorization to access an inholding.
  • Describe allowable maintenance of access routes.
  • Locate agency policies and case law that relate to inholding and edgeholding access in wilderness.
  • Discuss special legislative provisions.
  • Describe an approach to managing rights-of-way that is consistent with the Wilderness Act.
  • Identify non-vehicular rights-of-way that may be located in wilderness.
  • Explain how access to a right-of-way is determined.
  • Define an RS2477 public right-of-way.
  • Explain how such a right-of-way might be managed in a wilderness.
  • Locate agency-specific regulations regarding rights-of-way
  • Discuss special legislative provisions.

Recommended Background

It is strongly recommended that you complete the free The Wilderness Act of 1964 e-course before beginning this course. Without foundational knowledge of the Wilderness Act, you will not be able to get the most out of this course and could find the content confusing. It is also recommended that you complete the Minimum Requirements Analysis course. The Wilderness Act of 1964, Minimum Requirements Analysis, and other e-courses can be found at provalenslearning.com.

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