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Santa Fe National Forest Public Meetings - April and May 2016

SantaFe National Forest Plan Revision

We Need YOUR Input!

Learn about and provide input to the required Forest Plan Revision process to identify lands suitable or not suitable for Wilderness

Meeting Objectives:
•    Learn about how Wilderness lands are managed
•    Learn about the process to be used to identify lands as suitable or not suitable for inclusion as Wilderness
•    Provide input on the criteria used in each step of the process

Meeting Schedule:
•    4/25/16: 6-8 pm, Rio Rancho, NM - UNM West, 2600 College Ave NE, Room 1225
•    4/26/16: 6-8 pm, El Rancho, NM - El Rancho Community Center, 394 County Road 84
•    4/28/16: 9 am-12 pm, Technical Meeting, Santa Fe, NM - Santa Fe Community College, 6401 Richards Ave., Jemez Rooms
•    5/2/16: 6-8 pm, Las Vegas, NM - Highlands University, 1031 11th Street, Victoria D. de Sanchez Teacher Education Center (STEC) Classrooms 203 and 204
•    5/3/16: 6-8 pm, Santa Fe, NM - Santa Fe Community College, 6401 Richards Ave., Jemez Rooms

Questions?
505-438-5442;   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Materials will be available in advance on our website,  www.fs.usda.gov/goto/santafeforestplan

 

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