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How to get Involved 
The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Boise District Office (BDO) is beginning the scoping period for two Comprehensive Travel and Transportation Management Plans (TMP) and encourages your participation and involvement during the next 45 days.  You can provide input in three different ways.

1.    Attend a public meeting to be held on December 10th and 11th, 2015 from 5 pm to 7 pm.
a.    December 10 at the Nampa Civic Center in Nampa, ID
b.    December 11 at Rimrock High School   in Grand View, ID
2.    Email your comments to: oma_trans_wild@blm.gov
3.    Deliver or mail your comments to:  
Boise District, BLM
Transportation Planning
3948 Development Ave.
Boise, ID 83705

The Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009 directs BLM to complete a comprehensive TMP for all public lands in Owyhee County.  The Boise District BLM has grouped the public lands in Owyhee County within the Boise District into five subregions for the purposes of this TMP effort.  All five subregions were part of the inventory efforts started in 2004 and completed in 2012 with extensive public involvement and BLM validation.

The two subregions that are the focus of this scoping effort are the Canyonlands East, which consists of 1,390 miles of routes between the Northwest Pipeline and the Bruneau River, and 292 miles of routes within the portion of the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area (NCA) in Owyhee County. Travel management planning efforts for the other three subregions within the Boise District, Canyonlands West, Grand View, and Silver City, will follow later in 2016 through 2018.

The BDO is presenting three alternatives for your consideration and comment.  The alternatives provide three different transportation systems to access uses within the subregion.  For more information, including maps, please visit the webpage at on.doi.gov/1YrJqGz.  Please provide your comments by January 15, 2016.

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