The Calaveras Ranger District on the Stanislaus National Forest is hosting a public meeting regarding an Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) proposal on Saturday, December 5, 2015, at 9 a.m. The meeting will specifically look at a plan to officially incorporate a current user-made track, located in the Lower Interface parking area (White Pines) off of forest road 5N52, into the Forest trail system and to maintain the track in cooperation with local OHV groups and volunteers.
The San Bernardino National Forest (SBNF) is pleased to announce the availability of the draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Rattlesnake Mountain OHV Trails project. The Forest Service is seeking public comments on this proposal for 30 calendar days; comments must be received by December 16, 2015. The Rattlesnake Mountain OHV Trails EA evaluates the environmental consequences of the proposal to designate off highway vehicle (OHV) routes and to close/restore unauthorized routes in the Rattle
The Forest Service has scheduled new public meetings to discuss the Blue Mountains Forest Plan Revision. The current schedule is below: A facilitator will ensure that everyone in attendance has time to speak, listen to others and propose solutions. The Forest Service is working with partners to schedule additional meetings, which will be announced in the near future via email and news updates. In 2014, the Forest Service released a draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)