2018 Emery County Lands Bill
Rep. Cook’s public lands legislation passes Senate
The CORE Wilderness Proposal NEEDS YOUR OPPOSITION!
Six Rivers seeks public comment on OHV grant proposal
Do You Have a Tire Failure Strategy?
UFWDA ‘VOICE’ NEEDS YOUR HELP
In this edition of eNews…
- Roadless Area Conservation; National Forest System Lands in Alaska
Revision of the Land Management Plan for the Colville National Forest in Washington State
- Judge Rules Ochoco OHV Trail Plan Illegal
- UFWDA Annual Award Recipients
- The Glory Days of Comet
- UFWDA ‘VOICE’ NEEDS YOUR HELP
- Daniel Boone Back Country Byway
The Forest Service is proposing to revise its NEPA procedures (including its regulations at 36 CFR part 220, Forest Service Manual 1950, and Forest Service Handbook 1909.15) with the goal of increasing efficiency of environmental analysis. The Agency will continue to hold true to its commitment to deliver scientifically based, high-quality analysis to decision makers that honors its environmental stewardship responsibilities while maintaining robust public particiption. These values are at the core of the Forest Service mission.
The Agency’s NEPA procedures are a key component of its overall environmental analysis and decision-making process. The Agency is seeking comments from the public on ways it can achieve the goals of increased efficiency of environmental analysis.
DATES: Comments must be received in writing by February 2, 2018.
Read the full Federal Register notice
United Four Wheel Drive Associations Inc. congratulate their member organization Southern Four Wheel Drive Association (SFWDA) for joining a Cooperative Grant to provide Smart Maps for all within the Uwharrie National Forest