Comment on Travel Management in the Pike-San Isabel National Forest
Support a balanced travel plan
The Pike-San Isabel travel plan will determine motorized use for the future. The resulting maps will let people know where they can travel by car, jeep, ATV, dirt bikes and in some case share trails with mountain bikers, horsemen and hikers.
Public comments are due by Nov 4. Check the maps and details for the proposed Alternatives by downloading the Draft Environmental Impact Statement can be found at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=48214 under the “Analysis” tab.
Go here for more details, suggested talking points and how to submit your comments.
Browns Canyon National Monument Draft Management Plan Public Meetings
Browns Canyon National Monument was designated in 2015. The Draft Management Plan is aviailable for public review now. The public comment period closes 1/2/2020.
There will be three formal public meetings:
Monday, Oct 28 in Salida
Tuesday, Oct 29 in Buena Vista
Wednesday, Oct 30 in Golden
Wild Connections is part of a greater coalition reviewing and analyzing these documents. We will update our website and social media outlets with our recommendations and more info when it is available.