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The Denver meeting will convene October 1, 2014, 1pm to 5pm, MDT, at the Denver Marriott West, 1717 Denver West Boulevard, Golden, CO 80401. The Denver meeting will have a livestream option for people to participate remotely. The meeting can be accessed at www.blm.gov/live/.
The Sacramento meeting will take place October 7, 2014, 1pm to 5pm, at the Double Tree by Hilton Sacramento, 2001 Point West Way, Sacramento, CA 95815.
To Preregister for the Planning 2.0 listening sessions or joing the mailing list, click here.
As part of a continuing commitment to improvemanagement of the nation’s public lands, the Bureau of Land Management is reviewing the way they develop and update our Resource Management Plans (RMPs).
Through this initiative, they hope to improve our land use planning process so that they can more effectively plan across landscapes at multiple scales and be more responsive to environmental and social change. They hope that this approach will create a more dynamic, durable and efficient planning process that can better honor the valuable contributions made by the public; non-government organizations; and our partners from state; tribal and local governments; as well as other federal agencies.
In developing RMPs, we are committed to involving the public and partners to help better manage public lands and resources consistent with federal law, while seeking consistency with local, tribal and state laws, policies and plans.
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