BLM Meeting Notice: Northwest Oregon Resource Advisory Council

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BLM Meeting Notice: Northwest Oregon Resource Advisory Council

Postby Tawmass » Fri Feb 16, 2018 3:33 pm

I've signed up for the southern part of our state and I hope someone from up north can get involved and make a difference.

The Bureau of Land Management's Resource Advisory Councils have a documented ability to influence and guide agency priorities. The volunteers on these councils can help identify projects that may not seem, on the surface, to be related to off-highway vehicles, yet can have a direct effect on riding areas. For example, discussion of a timber harvest project may not fully consider its effect on existing OHV opportunities.

RAC members bring their own distinctive perspectives to the planning process, and they also need members of the public to join the discussion. Now is the time to engage with your land managers by attending a meeting and making your views known.

At the meeting RAC members will receive an orientation of the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act and may make recommendations on recreation fee proposals for a variety of sites within the Northwest Oregon District. Other topics will include general updates and a review of minutes from the July 2017 meeting.

When: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22

Where: BLM Northwest Oregon District Office, 1717 Fabry Road SE, Salem, Ore.

For more information, contact Jennifer Velez, coordinator for the Northwest Oregon RAC at (541) 222-9241 or

Thank you in advance for attending and/or commenting. If you do submit comments, please forward a copy to us at Please forward this alert to your friends and ask them to attend this meeting, too.

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