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BLM's Eastern Colorado Resource Management Plan Comment deadline July 31
This coming week...
Comment writing workshop in Colorado Springs on Wednesday Juy 8 29 Learn how to make effective comments on BLM's resource management plans.
Table Mountain is one of the many wildlands included in the RMP. Photo Wild Connections inventory
The Bureau of Land Management's Royal Gorge Field Office began a 60 day public comment period on June 1 for its Resource Management Plan (RMP) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for 668,000 acres of public lands and 6.8 million sub-surface acres of BLM-managed federal mineral estate in eastern Colorado. (Read our press release)
This is your big chance to let BLM know how you want them to manage wilderness lands, recreation, extractive land uses, wildlife habitat and cultural sites. BLM is hosting public meetings in seven towns from June 15-30. The public can learn more about the planning process, meet with BLM representitives, and provide written comments on future management.
The schedule for BLM's public meetings is found on our Eventspage. Attend one of these meetings or send written comments to the Royal Gorge Field Office, Bureau of Land Management, 3028 East Main Street, Canon City, CO 81212 or by email to email@example.com
Conservation groups are sponsoring comments writing workshops in late June and early July. See the schedule on Events Learn how ot effectively influence the future of these public lands.
Download the June issue of Landscapes to read about BLM's Resource Management Plan, Farnum Peak and Badger Flats restoration projects, and a great schedule of backcountry hikes. Click on the links or page image.
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