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USFS public meeting on Forest plan set for Tuesday

Inyo National Forest releases revised land management plan and draft decision Inyo National Forest press release We are excited to inform you we have completed the final environmental impact statement (EIS), revised land management plan and draft record of decision (ROD) for the Inyo National Forest. The USDA Forest Service has been working with the […]

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Update on Inyo National Forest final plan

Press release The Inyo National Forest’s Winter Recreation Opportunity Spectrum and Timeline Update Fall is in the air, and the next preview of the Inyo National Forest final plan is here. Today we’re sharing information about the winter recreation opportunity spectrum (ROS). Previously we shared direction for sustainable recreation, aquatic and riparian resources, wild and […]

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Next preview for Inyo National Forest plan

US Forest Service press release We have your next preview of the Inyo National Forest’s final environmental impact statement and forest plan. Today we’re sharing the updated wild and scenic rivers (WSR) eligibility study. Previously we shared updated plan direction for sustainable recreation and aquatic and riparian resources. Soon you’ll see updated information for species […]

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US Forest Service update on Forest Plan comments

Press release from USFS The Best Responses to Complex Comments Takes Time In December 2016 we introduced you to the comment review team that is analyzing the public comments the Forest Service received on the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) and draft forest plans for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests. It’s time for […]

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Mammoth Trails meeting

For those who want a front row seat to development of recreation and trails, checkout the first in a series of meetings hosted by Mammoth Lakes Trails and Public Access, funded by Mono County. The meeting takes place Thursday from 5pm to 7pm at the Mammoth Lakes Library. The topics include a wide variety of […]

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