Colorado Recreation Resource Advisory Committee (CORRAC) Membership

 
 
Elwood Cabin, in the Rio Grande National Forest, located in south-central Colorado along the New Mexico border, and link to the Facility Details page at Recreation.govThe Colorado Recreation Resource Advisory Committee (CO RRAC) is a citizen's advisory committee that makes recommendations on creating new or changing existing recreation fees managed by the US Forest Service (USFS) in Colorado. The CO RRAC is authorized under the Federal Land Recreation Enhancement Act (REA), which was signed into law in December, 2004. More information, including the RRAC's charter and how to apply to a RRAC in the future, can be found on the National RRAC website.
 
Grizzly Creek Guard Station, in the Routt National Forest, located in north-central Colorado along the Wyoming border, and link to the Facility Details page at Recreation.govEach RRAC shall consist of 11 members appointed by the Secretary of Agriculture. These members shall provide a broad and balanced representation from the recreation community. Membership shall be balanced, including a broad representation of the interests identified in the Act within each of the three membership groups and, in consultation with the State Governors and appropriate county officials. In the tables below, members of the CO RRAC are identified by the various segments of the Colorado recreation interest groups that they represent, along with the federal land management agency members that perform the administrative functions of the Committee.
 
NOTE: Applications will soon be accepted by the CO RRAC to fill a current vacancy for the Category 3 Local Government representative. Prospective applicants can find all the information they will need within the CO RRAC Application Forms & Information Section on the CO RRAC Library webpage.
 
CO RRAC Membership Information
 
Forest Service-established RRACs consist of 11 members who represent interests in the following three categories as indicated in the Federal Land Recreation Enhancement Act (REA). Click on a Category to view the members of that Category:
 
Federal Land Management Agency members who act in CO RRAC administrative functions:
US Forest Service Designated Federal Official (DFO):
Duties: Calls or approves the call of a meeting; attends meetings; approves the agenda; may serve as chair in absence of chairperson; adjourns the meetings when it is in the public interest.
 
Category 1 - Five people who represent recreation users and that include, as appropriate, Winter Motorized Recreation, Winter Non-Motorized Recreation, Summer Motorized Recreation, Summer Non-Motorized Recreation, Hunting and Fishing.
VACANT
Member
Winter Motorized Recreation
VACANT
Member
Winter Non-Motorized Recreation
VACANT
Member
Summer Motorized Recreation
VACANT
Member
Summer Non-Motorized Recreation
VACANT
Member
Hunting and Fishing
 
Category 2 - Three people who represent, as appropriate, Motorized Outfitters and Guides, Non-Motorized Outfitters and Guides, Local Environmental Groups.
VACANT
Member
Motorized Outfitters & Guides
VACANT
Member
Non-Motorized Outfitters & Guides
VACANT
Member
Local Environmental Groups
 
Category 3 - Three people who are, State Tourism Official representing the State, a Representative of affected Indian Tribes, a Representative of affected Local Government interests.
VACANT
Member
State Tourism Official
VACANT
Member
Tribal Representative
VACANT
Member
Local Government
 
Federal Land Management Agency Members
US Forest Service DFO
Jim Bedwell
US Forest Service -
Rocky Mountain Region
Director -
Recreation, Lands and Minerals staff
303-275-5135 or
jbedwell@fs.fed.us
US Forest Service CO RRAC Coordinator:
Paul Cruz
US Forest Service -
Rocky Mountain Region
Recreation Business
Systems Manager -
Recreation, Lands and Minerals staff
303-275-5043 or
pecruz@fs.fed.us