U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
|Campbell Tract Plan Amendment|
The BLM Anchorage Field Office is amending the Ring of Fire Resource Management Plan to address the 730-acre Campbell Tract Facility administrative site and Special Recreation Management Area in Anchorage, Alaska. The site is currently managed under the 1988 Management Plan for Public Use and Resource Management on the Bureau of Land Management Campbell Tract Facility.
The BLM invites you to participate in the Campbell Tract planning process. Your input will help the BLM develop a plan to guide management of the Campbell Tract Facility for the next 10 years.
The BLM held a 30-day public scoping period in 2010, which included an Open House at the BLM Campbell Creek Science Center. During this scoping period, the BLM received many public comments about the resources and management of the Campbell Tract Facility.
The BLM analyzed the public scoping comments and is currently developing an Environmental Assessment for the Campbell Tract Facility administrative site and Special Recreation Management Area.
If you did not participate during the scoping period, you can still participate in the Campbell Tract planning process. The BLM will host a second Open House after publication of the Draft Environmental Assessment later this year.
This webpage will be updated periodically to keep you informed of the progress of this planning effort.
If you’d like to be added to the Campbell Tract mail list, contact Project Lead Jeff Kowalczyk at the phone number or e-mail address below.
Get involved! Your voice matters.
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