Blue Mountain Forest Plan Revision

Blue Mountain Forest Plan Revision

July Newsletter on Grazing and Grazing-land Vegetation is now available.

This newsletter provides updates on our ongoing efforts to revise the Blue Mountains Forest Plans for the Malheur, Umatilla, and Wallowa-Whitman National Forests. Key topics in the newsletter include:

  • Why and how does the Forest Service manage livestock grazing on National Forest lands?
  • Why do the Blue Mountains Forest Plans address livestock grazing?
  • In the two Modified Alternatives, what changed? How many acres are proposed as suitable for livestock grazing, and what are the proposed Animal Unit Months?
  • How will the Forest Plans incorporate the best-available science for livestock grazing and watershed condition?
  • What are the proposed Standards and Guidelines for livestock grazing and grazing-land vegetation in riparian areas?

Please mark your calendar for a public conference call with Forest Service staff:
Thursday, August 3, 2017 / 5:30-6:30 PM / Dial: 1-888-844-9904 (Access Code: 2651088#)
We will discuss the topics covered in this newsletter and answer questions from the public. Please email your questions to bluemtnplanrevision@fs.fed.us by July 30, and we will do our best to respond to your questions during the call. Note: This will be a broadcast-style call with one-way audio. To listen to previous recorded calls, please visit www.fs.usda.gov/goto/BlueMountainsPlanRevision, and see “Recent Communications.”

Thank you for your continued interest and involvement in the Blue Mountains Forest Plans.

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