Tuesday, 05 March 2013
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Annotated outlines for each of the topic papers that will form the basis of the Inyo National Forest's Assessment Report have been posted to the Living Assessment wiki and the forest's plan revision website!  The first phase of the forest plan revision process, the Assessment Report will synthesize existing information related to social, economic, and ecological conditions and trends for the Inyo National Forest such as terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, recreation opportunities and access, and multiple uses.  The final Assessment Report will be completed by December, 2013.

Each outline describes the topics and resources to be considered in each topic paper, and includes some preliminary information to be considered in the assessment of conditions and trends for that resource.

Your feedback is welcome!  We're asking for your help identifying:

Key topics or resource conditions you think should be considered.
Issues or problem areas related to the resource.
Expected changes in the condition of the resource over the next 10-20 years.
Information or data sources you think should be considered.

You can edit the outlines directly in the Living Assessment wiki or submit your input by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Reminder - Please join us at our upcoming public meetings / webinars March 11, 13, and April 4th!  Please contact Susan Joyce, Forest Planner, at (760) 873-2516 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information, to register for one of the webinars, or to get hard copies of the outlines.

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