Forest Plan Revision


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What's New: The Work Goes On

After the feedback you provided on the Working Draft last summer, we have spent the last year using that input - and more internal reviews - to improve theForest Service GIS analyst Tony Smith and wildlife biologist Luke Holguin work to map alternatives. draft plan and to map out draft alternatives. Next up for the team is drafting the EIS so we can convey: what are the broad effects of the draft plan and alternatives?


Despite today's challenges, we remain committed to making strong progress on the Plan Revision, and we'll do our best to get a Draft EIS out for you to comment on this calendar year. In the meantime, we hope you find time and ways to get out and safely enjoy our public lands.


If you're just joining the conversation, please check out the Process and Products tab above for past publications, recorded webinars, and other helpful resources, and please consider joining our mailing list to recieve an update when we are getting ready to publish the Draft EIS. 


The best decisions will be made with input from all people who care about the GMUG, people like you. So please stay tuned for the next opportunity to lend your voice to this important process.

Thank you for your continued interest in plan revision!   

How to Shape Your National Forests from Your Forests Your Future.

Each National Forest and Grassland operates under management identified in a Forest Plan. Over the years, these plans are updated in a process known as Forest Planning. That's where you come in! The Forest Service needs your help in deciding what changes need to made on the GMUG. The Forest Plan Revision process guided by the 2012 Planning Rule serves as an opportunity to look at what is working and what may not be working using best available scientific information and meaningful public involvement. Our current forest plan was approved in 1983 and has been amended five times, but a lot has changed over the years. Join this conversation and have a say in the management of your GMUG National Forests.

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Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests
Attn: Plan Revision Team
2250 South Main Street
Delta, CO  81416