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The Forest Plan is an important document that governs all of our management action.

It is time for us to revise our existing plan. We invite you to work with us to develop a new plan that promotes a healthy, diverse, and productive Lincoln National Forest. Our goal is to remain inclusive and efficient as we move through the collaborative planning process. 

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The public will be invited to be involved throughout the process either through formal 'scoping' and 'comment' periods or simply in an informational awareness session to begin in the spring of 2015.  Be sure to check back here for more information.

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About Plan Revision

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The revision process involves three phases:

  • Phase I: Assess the condition of forest resources - determine the "Need for Change" (Year 1)
  • Phase II: Revise the plan through an Environmental Impact Statement (Years 2, 3 and 4)
  • Phase III: Monitor the implementation and effectiveness of the plan.

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Public input and involvement will be ongoing throughout the process. For more on staying involved and informed, please visit our "Get Involved!" page

 

 

 

About the Assessment Team (Phase I)

The team conducting Phase I (assessment phase) will be an 'interdisciplinary' team consisting of the following disciplines and members:

 

Resource / Title Name

 Forest Planner - Team Leader

 Charles Sharp

 Ecologist

 David Baker

 Range

 TBD

 Wildlife

 Phillip Hughes

 Fire and Fuels

 Kim Kuhar

 Recreation and Socio-Economics

 Heather Berman

Writer-Editor

 Brendan Morgan

 Public Affairs

 Loretta Benavidez

 Collaboration

 Peg Crim

 GIS / Web

 Linda Cole

 Caves

 TBD

 Roads and Facilities

 Rafael Castanon

 Heritage Resources

 TBD

 Hydrology

 Peter Haraden

 Lands and Minerals

 Clyde King

 Soils

 Jennifer Hill

 Timber

 Marissa Bowen / David Baker