Travel Management

Forest Releases Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) (June 2014)

The forest has released the Final Environmental Impact Statement for Travel Management with Forest Supervisor Kelly Russell signing the Record of Decision and choosing Alternative G.

Project Record Index

Record of Decision

Appendices

Alternative Maps

Specialist Reports

  1. Roads 
  2. Recreation
  3. Recreation-IRA-WSA
  4. Air Quality
  5. Watershed-Soils
  6. Aquatic
  7. Watershed-Soils-Aquatics
  8. Wildlife
  9. Sensitive Plant Species
  10. Invasive Species
  11. Cultural Resources
  12. Social and Economic

Alternative Tables 

Alternative GIS Layers

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Legal Notices

Federal Register Notice of Availability

 

Forest Releases the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) (December 2010)

The Gila National Forest has released its DEIS on motor vehicle use for Travel Management. Publication of the Notice of Availability (NOA) was published on January 7 in the Federal Register. This date marks the start of the 60-day comment period of the DEIS. The comment period ends March 7.

The DEIS is available for review at all Gila National Forest Offices

Background:

On November 9, 2005, the Forest Service published a new Travel Management Rule, governing off-highway vehicles (OHV) and other motor vehicle use on national forests and grasslands. The new rule requires each national forest to designate those roads, trails, and areas open to motor vehicle use.

To learn more about travel management:

Other useful information:

If you need more information contact, Lisa Mizuno, Environmental Coordinator.