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How to get Involved 
Step 2: Public Comment Period
Step 2: Public comment is the next stage of the planning process.

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: June 29 - July 30, 2018
Mail or deliver to:           
Wild Horse Spay Feasibility Research Project Lead   
BLM Burns District Office           
28910 Highway 20 West, Hines, Oregon 97738                      

Fax: (541) 573-4411, Attn: Wild Horse Spay Feasibility Project Lead

Phone: 541-573-4555
Email:  blm_or_spaystudy_warmsprhma@blm.gov

Entire comments – including personal identifying information – may be published as part of the EA and Decision Record process.

NEPA’s environmental review process provides citizens an opportunity to become involved in the federal agency decision-making process.

Active participation has several potential benefits:
• increase your understanding of a federal agency’s proposed action,
• increase your opportunity to provide thoughtful alternatives (via comments) to achieve the agency’s goals and objectives,
• reduce the unintended consequences of a proposed federal action and preserve appeal rights.

If you do not have standing by participating you cannot appeal in any venue. To obtain legal standing you must provide comments early in the NEPA process and continue active involvement.

You should become involved if the:
• Proposed federal actions affect you directly
• Proposed federal actions affect your livelihood directly • Proposed action is/is not environmentally sound
• Proposed action is/is not practicable


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Step 1: Public Scoping is the first stage of the planning process and closely involves the public with identifying issues, providing resource and other information, and developing planning criteria to guide preparation of the NEPA document.

SCOPING PERIOD: MAY 21 - JUNE 4, 2018
- Please provide information you have on the status or condition of the resources or resource values of the proposed study and project area or alternatives to consider.
- SCOPING COMMENTS WERE DUE June 4, 2018.
- For responses, comments, and/or any other information please contact the Project Lead (see "Contact Information" button on this page).

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***This Environmental Assessment is part of the BLM's compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act. The purpose of an EA is two-fold: 1) to determine whether the potential environmental effects of a proposed action warrant preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement; and 2) for the agency to look at alternative maens to achieve its management objectives. 
 
 
 
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