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Regional Access Issues

Regional Issues Of National Interest

From time to time, ARRA will focus attention on regional issues that are of interest to recreationists throughout the country. Many groups are waging important battles at the local, state and regional levels, and it is important to recognize these efforts. ARRA welcomes information about local activities and organizations. This information will be shared with ARRA members via our website on a space available basis. 

California's Stanislaus National Forest Issues Proposal to Regulate Over-Snow Vehicle Use

The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) has published a notice of intent in the Federal Register to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on a proposal to designate over-snow vehicle (OSV) use on National Forest System (NFS) roads, trails and areas within the Stanislaus National Forest in California.

Supplemental Scoping Period for Rico West Dolores Roads and Trails Travel Management in CO's San Juan National Forest

The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) intends to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to analyze and disclose the environmental effects of adjustments to the road and trail system in the Rico West Dolores area.

NM's Carson and Gila National Forests at Different Points in Assessment Phase for Forest Plan Revisions

The Carson National Forest has completed its Draft Assessment Report for its forest plan revision and the Gila National Forest has started the assessment phase of its forest plan revision.

BLM Publishes Final Plans for Sage Grouse Conservation in Western United States

In the May 2015 newsletter, we reported how Rep. Rob Bishop (R-Utah) succeeded in adding language to the Defense Authorization measure prohibiting for 10 years the Fish and Wildlife Service from listing the sage grouse under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The House has since completed action on that measure and the Bishop language remains in the bill.


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