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Monday, January 26, 2009

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New Report Fuels Debate on How Much of Carrizzo Plain Should be Protected as "Wilderness"



Looking down toward Soda Lake in the Carrizo Plain National MonumentPoppies and lupine in this 2005 photo from the Carrizo Plain National Monument"BLM releases draft plan for Carrizo Plain National Monument" (BLM-California news release, 1/21/09)
The Bureau of Land Management has released for public review and comment a draft resource management plan/draft environmental impact statement for about 206,000 acres of public lands in the Carrizo Plain National Monument administered by the agency’s Bakersfield Field Office. The draft RMP provides management guidance for public lands in San Luis Obispo and Kern counties. BLM will conduct three meetings in Central California to gather comments on the draft plan and EIS. (Includes link to the document, which is in PDF format.)
http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/info/newsroom/2009/january/CC0924_Carrizo_draftRMP.html

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