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Taneum Forest Restoration Project Open Houses April 25 and 26.pdf

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Good Morning all,

 

I wanted to pass along notification for the public meetings and field trips we have planned in conjunction with the release of the Taneum Restoration Project- Draft Environmental Assessment for public comment. More project details are available at https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=53450 .

 

We have scheduled open house style meetings in both Ellensburg and Cle Elum, and 3 field trip opportunities. The Environmental Assessment is scheduled to be released for public review and comment on May 1, 2019, so we have scheduled the two meetings in advance of the EA, and then the public field trips after a few days to allow folks to digest the content, and have another opportunity to ask questions, get clarification, and see some of the proposals on the ground, in order to have the opportunity to provide quality comments.

 

Open Houses:

April 25, 2019, 4-7pm @ Putnam Centennial Community Center

719 East Third Street, Cle Elum, WA

 

April 26, 2019, 4-7 pm @ Hal Holmes Community Center

209 North Ruby Street, Ellensburg, WA

 

People are welcome to attend anytime during those three hours to visit with resource specialists to learn more about the proposed restoration treatments.

 

Additionally, three field trips are scheduled Thursday, May 2 (5:30pm- 8:30pm), Saturday, May 4 (9:00am-12:00pm), and Tuesday, May 7(9:00am-12:00pm).  To RSVP for the field trips please visit: https://forms.gle/nU6Kq6x2gFGxDTgo7

 

For more information: Please Contact Rachel Wirt, Project Lead, Rachel.wirt@usda.gov

 

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FYI......

Joe

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Interesting but I notice a lack of moto input.

https://cara.ecosystem-management.org/Public/ReadingRoom?List-size=25&Project=53450&List-page=1

Taneum has been my fav riding area since the early 80s, would be a shame if access is curtailed. I'm also curious what is really driving this since Nature Conservancy owns about half of riding area. 

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They had a few meetings about this proposal last fall and I was there for one. Plenty of moto input was given and they were all pretty receptive of all opinions and ideas. What they propose to do seemed reasonable to most that were there and they took everyone's suggestions surprisingly well. I don't see anything in this plan that greatly curtails moto use in Taneum.

 

Joe

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