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Utah does not have an incidental take permit process. Typically, the [[Utah Division of Wildlife Resources]] becomes involved during the [[RAPID/Roadmap/9-UT-a|9-UT-a: Energy Pre-Design Meeting Process]].
Utah has entered into several mitigation agreements with energy proponents on big projects and even a few on small projects. Parties have mitigated direct and indirect impacts to mule deer winter range (protected habitat) and some state [[Utah Sensitive Species List Webpage|sensitive species]].
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==12-UT-a.1 - Consult regarding potential impacts on fish and wildlife==
In order to accurately assess the impacts of the project on Utah's habitats, the developer is encouraged to consult with [[Utah Division of Wildlife Resources]].
==12-UT-a.2 - Conduct study to determine impacts on fish and wildlife (optional)==
An independent contractor may study potential impacts for the developer in order to determine whether there will be impacts on Utah's sensitive species.
==12-UT-a.3 - Determine whether there will be impacts to local fish and wildlife populations including species of special concern==
[[Utah Division of Wildlife Resources]] will verify that the project does not negatively impact Utah sensitive species. Utah's list of [[Utah Sensitive Species List Webpage|sensitive species by county]] is especially helpful in determining the species the department will be investigating.
==12-UT-a.4 - Mitigation Agreement (optional)==
[[Utah Division of Wildlife Resources]] webpage does not contain links to sample mitigation agreements. However, a mitigation agreement would be similar to the memorandum of understanding between [[Oregon Willamette River Basin Mitigation Agreement|Oregon and the Bonneville Power Administration]]. Utah has entered into mitigation agreements to protect habitat and sensitive species.
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