Comments Open | New changes to the Rangeland Management Program

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The US Forest Service is seeking comments from the public on new changes to the Rangeland Management Program.

This is another change following the Trump administration’s new rules to modernize federal land management procedures. Public participation is now required on all changes to Forest Service directives.

These new changes apply to several Forest Service directives and will lay out the procedures used by federal land managers to issue grazing permits and other things. We urge everyone to get involved and send your comments to the US Forest Service using the link below.

Before submitting your comment, you must read the included documents and familiarize yourself with the new changes.

This is a national change so share this article with everyone you know. Rural America is counting on you.

Please visit the forest service project page to find the documents and submit your comments HERE.

Kevin Allard
Author: Kevin Allard

Kevin is an American outdoorsman born and raised in rural Arizona who grew up exploring the Arizona backcountry with his father. Today, he and his son travel to the most remote regions of Arizona, scavenging for the remains of early western pioneers. As a lifelong outdoorsman, Kevin has learned to stick close to his roots while engaging in important advocacy work regarding motorized access to public lands. You can find his work in many local and nationwide publications, including The Western Journal, 4Low Magazine, and his website


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