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Entering the Dominguez-Escalante NCA by raftThe Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area Resource Management Plan

The BLM released the Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area (D-E NCA) Proposed Resource Management Plan (RMP) and Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a 30-day protest period on June 30, 2016. The protest period will end on July 31, 2016.

The BLM released the Draft RMP and EIS for the D-E NCA for public review on May 17, 2013. This initiated a public comment period, which ended on September 23, 2013.

Click on Documents & Reports on the menu to the left to view or download the Proposed RMP and other documents.

Questions? Click on Issues or FAQs on the menu to the left.

 
 
 
PUBLIC MEETINGS

The  next public meetings on the RMP will take place on July 13 and July 27, 2016.
For more information, click on "Meetings" under How to get Involved on the menu to the left.


BLM SEEKING NOMINATIONS TO ADVISORY COUNCIL

The BLM is seeking nominations to fill eight vacancies on the D-E NCA Advisory Council. Nominees should reside in or within close proximity to Mesa, Delta, or Montrose Counties. Individuals may nominate themselves or others.
Nominations need to be received by July 11, 2016.
Click on How to get Involved on the menu to the left for more information.


Why is the BLM writing an RMP for the D-E NCA?

A new RMP for the D-E NCA is needed to ensure that the long-term management of these lands achieves a level of protection and conservation consistent with legislative guidance.

What's the difference between the Draft RMP and the Proposed RMP?

The BLM considered the comments it received during the public comment period and made changes to the draft RMP. These changes were incorporated in the proposed RMP.

How will the BLM use the RMP?

Once the RMP has been finalized, it will guide the BLM's management of all facets of the D-E NCA for the next several decades. This includes land use decisions regarding biological resources, cultural resources, wilderness, recreation, travel management, livestock grazing, and special designations such as wild and scenic rivers.

 
Colorado Mesa University Studies and Community Assessments
CMU NRLPI 2007 D-E NCA proposal CMU NRLPI 2009 GJFO community assessment BLM 2009 UFO community assessment