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- Carson National Forest Released Travel Management Environmental Assessment for 'West-side' Districts
- Cibola National Forest Releases Long-Awaited Mount Taylor Travel Management Environmental Assessment
- Mt Taylor Ranger District (Cibola National Forest) Releases Proposed Action for Managing Motorized Travel
Last Updated: December 19, 2008
The Mt. Taylor Ranger District of the Cibola National Forest and Grasslands has released its "Proposed Action for Managing Motorized Travel and invites public comment.
The release of the Proposed Action starts the formal NEPA process and the beginning of a 30-day Scoping Period. Scoping will end on November 8th, 2008. There will be two public workshops held on the Proposed Action:
Wednesday, October 15th, 4-8 p.m. at the National Guard Armory,2001 East Santa Fe Avenue, Grants, NM.
Thursday, October 16th, 4-8 p.m. at the Gallup Community Service Center, 410 Bataan Veterans Street, Gallup, NM.
You may provide written comments at the public workshops or send them to:
Mt. Taylor Travel Management 1800 Lobo Canyon Road Grants, NM 87020
You may also e-mail comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The proposal represents the synthesis of comments from the public at initial workshops and internal analysis to provide motorized access while protecting natural resources and minimizing conflicts between different kinds of uses.
In addition to the Proposed Action, the District’s Travel Analysis Process (TAP) report is posted on the website. The TAP report is a planning tool that describes the Forest’s minimum road system. It meets the requirements set forth in 36 CFR 212 Subpart A for the Administration of the Forest Transportation System. We will also accept requests for a paper copy of the TAP.
- Mount Taylor Ranger District Travel Management Rule Starting Point Maps Available and Two More Public Meetings
- Comment Period Extended for Travel Planing for the Glade Run Recreation Area (aka Chokecherry Canyon)
- Socorro Proposed Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement Finally Released!
NM State Legislation
- They Are At It Again! Congress Trying to Ram Through a 2010 Omnibus Lands Bill that AFFECTS NEW MEXICO OHV Access