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Postby oldranger » Wed Feb 17, 2010 6:30 pm

Got the following E-mail today:

For Immediate Release February 17, 2010
Contact Adrienne Freeman 559/ 565-3131

Get Involved! Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks to Host Public Open

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks will be presenting a free workshop
to help the public better understand park issues, projects, and the
planning process, (including compliance with the National Environmental
Policy Act) and to identify opportunities for public involvement.

Please join us on February 23, 2010 at 7pm at the Veterans Memorial
Building in Three Rivers, California for the first of several workshops in
the area. Future dates will be announced as they are determined.

Additionally, park staff will be available to distribute information and
answer questions about park programs, plans, and projects including:

Mineral King Management Plan Environmental Assessment (EA)

Upcoming wilderness planning

Wilderness Ranger Stations EA

Crystal Cave Restoration and Redevelopment EA

Cave Management Plan EA

New firearms regulations, in effect February 22, 2010

Restoration of Native Species in High Elevation Aquatic

Ecosystems Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)

Park-wide road construction update

Bear management program

Marijuana operations update

Fire management update

If these projects or others are of interest to you, this is your
opportunity to find out where we are in the planning process and discover
how and when you can best provide your input. Please contact Adrienne
Freeman at 559/565-3131 for more information.

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