UPDATE: Comments are due March 1.
The Plumas has extended their comment period and re-scheduled some open house meetings.
-February 26, 2019 (updated February 11, 2019*) in Blairsden-Graeagle, CA at the
Graeagle Fire Hall, 7620 Hwy 89, from 4:00-6:00 pm.
– February 27, 2019 in Oroville, CA at the Southside Oroville Community Center, 2959
Lower Wyandotte Rd. from 4:00-6:00 pm.
The Plumas released their DEIS documents on 10/25/2018. You can find them under the ‘analysis tab’ here.
What’s being proposed (alternative 2):https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd602172.pdf
Our friends at CORVA have put together a good document that explains the purpose of comments, and how to write them effectively.
The most important thing to mention in your comments your DETAILED attachment to the areas you ride in the Plumas. Be specific. Talk about why you ride the areas you do. Talk about the community that exists around playing in the snow on forest lands.
Download this document and include it with your comments. It will help.
We’ve made an animated gif to see what’s being proposed a little better. The image toggles between existing management (alternative 1) and the proposal (alt 2)
Gray is open, green is closed. Notable proposed closures are on Bucks Lake Rd, the area south/southwest of Eureka State park, Dixie Peak, Mt Fillmore, and around Lake Davis.
We’ve also put together a short list of comment highlights if you want to get started. This list has been updated 1/12/2019.