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How to get Involved 
Upcoming Public Engagement Activities
Newsletter #5 will be published in Spring of 2017. Check the website for updates!

 
Recent Public Engagement Activities
The BLM had a listening session during the Alaska Federation of Natives Annual Convention in Fairbanks on Oct. 21, 2016, 9am-12pm. BLM staff provided information on the BSWI RMP planning process and answered questions during the Alaska Miners Association Biennial Convention on Nov. 8. 2016 at the Dena'ina Center in Anchorage. The BLM had an exhibit at the 2017 Alaska Forum on the Environment, held Feb. 6-10 at the Dena'ina Center in Anchorage. BLM staffed offered news and information about land use planning, BLM careers, and more.

The BLM shared information at the 2015 BIA Tribal Providers Conference, 2016 Forum on the Environment, 2016 Alaska Miners Association Convention, and at annual meetings for the Big Game Commercial Services Board, Alaska Professional Hunters Association, and the Alaska Board of Game. The State of Alaska Senate Natural Resources Committeee also requested a briefing on the BSWI RMP.

The BLM visited communities in the BSWI planning area February - May 2015 to present Preliminary Alternatives for the RMP and invite comments. You may view all public comments received during the Preliminary Alternatives Outreach Period by visiting the Documents & Reports webpage.

Meetings were announced in the local media and on this website. Please use the Meetings link at left for future meeting schedules. If your community would like to participate during future public meeting opportunities, please contact the BLM.
 
 
 

Public involvement is an integral component of the BSWI planning process. Throughout this process, stakeholders and residents will have many opportunities to participate and share insights and comments. Many steps in the RMP process include specific opportunities for your involvement. However, the BLM welcomes your comments and suggestions at any time during the planning process.

To receive future notifications and information, please send an e-mail to BSWI_RMP_Comment@blm.gov and let us know your preferred method of contact (regular mail or e-mail).