|05-01-2012, 08:40 PM||#1 (permalink)|
BLM Carson City District Office TMP/RMP - Round 1
BRC submitted it's comments to the BLM. April 30th was the Deadline for the Scoping comments.
You can read BRC's Comments here:
BRC Comments on BLM TMP/RMP Scoping
Next up, we wait for the Draft Environmental Impact Statement to be released.
Scoping comments always tend to be general in Nature, and BRC's comments generally describe what they have received in feedback from users in Nevada and California who use these areas about to go under the knife.
Know that these comments encompass many uses, and we need the 4x4 people to get specific when it comes time to protecting 4x4 access. We also need 4x4's to generally comment about our support for all uses. It is very important to not portray any type of user conflict within our own motorized access groups, the Cattle Ranchers etc.
We need to make sure that above all else we do not put down other uses, but we really need to make sure that we promote our own.
|05-01-2012, 11:26 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2001
Member # 6650
Location: Garden Valley
Well, there goes the right to travel........................equestrian?? Really??
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|05-02-2012, 08:41 AM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2009
Member # 148059
We need to get a lot more hard core with these agenda 21 pushers. They WILL make it so you can't even walk in the woods if they get their way. The end game is ugly. They use incremental steps. All steps must be fought, no matter the size.
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|12-12-2012, 09:30 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2001
Member # 3975
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Carson City District is collecting information on roads and trails to help implement a comprehensive travel system for all modes of travel (motorized and non-motorized) as part of the Resource Management Plan (RMP) effort. Public workshops were held in October to obtain input from the public and other stakeholders and provide information on the travel management planning process.
There are two basic information needs:
1. Routes that are popular for the 4x4 folks. They need to know if there are any important routes that aren't on the maps.
2. Ideas on areas for "intensive" OHV management. Moon Rocks is the obvious one, but there may be others.
BLM initially tried to keep a Nov. 30 deadline hard and fast. But thanks to the polite persistent persuasion from OHV advocates in the area, the BLM has agreed to continue to take information through the next month or two. Data that comes in after 60 days or so will be difficult to get incorporated into the drafts.
For additional information, contact John Stewart, email@example.com or 619-508-8840
Here is the last alert on the travel meetings from BlueRibbon Coalition:
NEVADA - BLM Seeks Public Input on Roads and Trails During Travel Mgmt Workshops | BlueRibbon Coalition
A direct link to the maps is here:
Previous BRC alerts are here:
NEVADA - BLM Carson City District Announces Intent to Prepare RMP Revision | BlueRibbon Coalition
Action Alert and Update on Carson BLM RMP Revision | BlueRibbon Coalition
|12-13-2012, 06:30 AM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2005
Member # 56470
Location: Reno, Nevada
I was at the last one in sept.
the BLM was actually very helpful. We submitted a request to "adopt a trail" for eldorado canyon down in Dayton.
Haven't heard anything about it though.
One of the directors even offered to speak at our monthly club meetings to answer any questions and address concerns, which well be taking her up on for feb.
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