Forest Order for Dispersed Camping in the General Forest 21-day Restriction

A forest order is being proposed to meet the goal of public safety and health, and minimize natural resource damage by limiting disperse camping in the general forest for 21 days without leaving the forest for 10 consecutive days.

Location Summary

Locations include all the general forests within the administrative boundaries for Bankhead, Conecuh, Oakmulgee, Shoal Creek, Talladega, and Tuskegee Ranger Districts.

District: National Forests in Alabama All Units

Project Milestones

MilestoneDate
Scoping Start09/16/2021
Comment Period06/27/2022
Objection Period StartN/A
Decision03/01/2023 (Estimated)
Implementation03/01/2023 (Estimated)

Project Documents

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