Sage Grouse Planning Strategy – Letter to the Bureau of Land Management


February 6, 2012

Letter to the Bureau of Land Management

Attn: Brian Amme
Re: Sage Grouse Planning Strategy

  The TPA, COHVCO and the CSA have provided these comments concerning the BLM plan for increasing the Sage Grouse habitat, at the expense of public access to public lands for recreation.  Actions as planned by the BLM can further close out areas for all types of OHV recreation.  Please contact your elected representatives and let them know you are concerned about planned BLM actions.

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