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Call for public participation in Pathway 2007 planning process

The U.S. Forest Service in Tahoe is looking for people to help identify issues that are important in regard to public lands in Tahoe in order to inform the Pathway 2007 planning process.

The Public Lands Partnership Group is accepting applications from the public until March 9. Participants will help agency planning specialists understand issues and opportunities between communities and the public lands that neighbor them, including trails and recreation, access and wilderness, forest health, fire risk reduction, wildlife habitats, fisheries and more.

The time commitment would be about nine meetings, two public workshops and other local meetings as needed.



Federal and state public lands make up nearly 90 percent of the land mass of the Lake Tahoe Basin.

“If you live and recreate in the Tahoe Basin, you have a stake in the relationships between your community and your public lands,” said a Forest Service statement.




For more information, contact Bob King at (530) 543-2619.


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