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HIGH UINTAS PRESERVATION COUNCIL ALERTS March, 1999 vol. 2

A HIGH UINTAS PRESERVATION COUNCIL ALERT! 1-Forest Planning 2-Uintas Issues Forum 3/99

  1. The Wasatch National Forest has formally started its forest plan revision process (see "The Lynx," Feb, 1999). If you want to be on the formal mailing list to receive pertinent planning information and attend workshops from the onset of this process, CONTACT THE FOREST SERVICE BY <APRIL 5>: WASATCH-CACHE PLANNING TEAM, WASATCH-CACHE NATIONAL FOREST, 8236 FEDERAL BLDG., 125 So. STATE St., SLC, UT 84138. We hope you will jump on this opportunity, the UINTAS NEED YOUR WILD VOICE, as well as...
  2. ...Join the Uintas Issues Forum! (Again, see the Feb.'99 "Lynx.") While this is an informal group with no decision- making capabilities, it provides a unique forum to engage in a discussion of Uintas issues. Since fall, it  has met every other month in Kamas but will now meet on March 27 and April 24 at the Kamas City Hall, 10AM-2PM.  March's focus will be forest plan issue identification; in April the focus will be on establishing crucial ecological and social concepts of <desired future direction> for the Uintas based on the issues identified this month.  No matter how you get involved, please do so. Remember the Uintas harbor the largest designated wilderness in Utah, it is in the top 20 largest wildernesses in the lower’48, and another 200,000+ acres of roadless lands surround the wilderness. The Uintas are the last hope and home for wolverine, lynx, pine marten, grizzly bear, wolf. The combination of intact and large forests, high elevation meadow complexes and hundreds of rich riparian areas make this place the most unique forested area in Utah!

Dick Carter         


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