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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

USFS Holds Open House on Plan Revision at Tartan Hall



The USFS held an open house at Tartan Hall last night to allow members of the public to see the progress on the current plan revision to the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests. Video of the introduction is posted below, along with photos taken at the event and links to where you can read more about the purpose and scope of the plan revision. The first video is an introduction from the United States Forest Service.




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(media outlets with reporters/photographers present)

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The Franklin Press (reporter and a photographer)

PHOTOS

USFS Ranger Mike Wilkins speaks at the plan revision open house

Members of the public review maps and interact with representatives of the USFS and Senator Richard Burr's office

PLAN REVISION LINKS

• Forest Plan Under Construction Page [LINK]


• Forest Plan Readers Guide (PDF) [LINK]


• Public Involvement [LINK]



Send comments to NCplanrevision@fs.fed.us with the subject line:
“Geographic and Management Area building blocks,”
or by mail at the following address:

Attn: Plan Revision Team Leader,
National Forests in North Carolina
160 Zillicoa St., Suite A
Asheville, NC 28801

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Published at 3:48 am on July 12, 2017



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