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Dear Interested Public,

We are pleased to announce that both of our upcoming listening sessions for Planning 2.0 will have a livestream option available for remote participants.  Both meetings can be accessed at www.blm.gov/live/ and will provide an overview of the Planning 2.0 initiative as well as a group discussion on methods to improve the BLM’s planning process.

The Denver meeting will convene October 1, 2014, 1pm to 5pm, MDT, at the Denver Marriott West, 1717 Denver West Boulevard, Golden, CO 80401.  

The Sacramento meeting will take place October 7, 2014, 1pm to 5pm, PDT, at the Double Tree by Hilton Sacramento, 2001 Point West Way, Sacramento, CA 95815.

Individuals interested in preregistration for the listening sessions or subscription to the Planning 2.0 email contact list can contact the agency through the project’s website at www.blm.gov/plan2.  Pre-registration is optional and is intended to help us plan for meeting setup.
 
Thank you for your time and input into the Planning 2.0 effort.
Joe Stout
Division Chief
Decision Support, Planning & NEPA
Bureau of Land Management
Washington DC

 

Comments on maintaining outdoor recreation sought

PARK SERVICE ANNOUNCES FINAL RULE TO CONTINUE WINTER ACCESS TO YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK

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S. 37: Forest Jobs and Recreation Act of 2013

 
North Big Belts Travel Map (pdf)
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  Setting the Record Straight - Facts about the Wilderness Release Act
 

CTVA helps Forest Service with Noxious Weeds - Video

50 Inch Rule Changed on Some of Lewis and Clark National Forest

 

CTVA - America's Great Outdoors

TWO MINUTES to Help Open MORE Multiple Use Trails Nationwide

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CTVA is a Helena, MT based outdoor recreation club. Some of our activities include:

  • Having fun!
  • Promoting responsible recreation on public lands.
  • Trail rides for all skill levels.
  • Work parties to clear and maintain trails.
  • Working with public land managers to help mitigate land use issues and keep access
    open for all recreational users
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