FAWNSKIN, Calif. – The San Bernardino National Forest has announced the availability of the draft Environmental Assessment for the Rattlesnake Mountain Off-Highway-Vehicle Trails project. The U.S. Forest Service is seeking public comment until Dec. 16. The proposed action is to designate 8.1 miles of OHV trail and road access and to close and restore about 25 miles of unauthorized routes in the 8,000-acre project.
Some trail sections also would be changed from non-motorized to motorized. An alternative proposal would designate an additional 4.9 miles of Coxey Road as OHV mixed use.
Documents are available here: http://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=43331. Contact Project Leader Scott Eliason via email at [email protected] or by phone at (909) 382-2830 for additional information. Electronic comments are preferred.
Comments may be submitted by following the “Comment on Project’ link from the project web page (see link above). Or, comments may be emailed to the SBNF Mountaintop Ranger District inbox at: [email protected] If you are unable to submit comments electronically, comments may be mailed to: Mountaintop Ranger District, Attn: Scott Eliason, PO Box 290, Fawnskin, CA 92333.
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