Access Issues — Archives
- 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
- 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)
- Las Cruces BLM Undertakes 'Prehistoric Trackways National Momument' Plan
Last Updated: February 20, 2010
The Bureau of Land Management’s Las Cruces District Office will prepare a Resource Management Plan for the Prehistoric Trackways National Monument that will guide future management of the 5,280-acre area northwest of Las Cruces.
The area affected by the Plan for the new monument is the home of the Chile Canyon Trail System. This nationally renowned group of extreme 4WD trails have been the location of the famous Chile Challenge 4WD event for the last 15 years.
A public scoping process opened January 5th in order to solicit public comments and identify issues (e.g., natural resource and public use issues) anticipated within the Monument, which was created under the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009.
A public scoping meeting is scheduled in Las Cruces on January 26th to present information about the effort and receive input from the public.
The formal Scoping comment period will close on February 10th.
Comments on issues may be submitted in writing by any of the following methods:
• Website: http://www.blm.gov/nm/st/en/fo/Las_Cruces_District_Office.html
• E-mail: email@example.com
• Fax: (575) 525-4412
• Mail: BLM, Las Cruces District Office, Prehistoric Trackways National Monument Planner, 1800 Marquess Street, Las Cruces, New Mexico 88005
- 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