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News.bytesNews.bytes Extra, issue 305

Advisory Council visits Fort Ord, plans future discussions

Members of the BLM Central California Advisory Council at their meeting Friday and Saturday in Marina made plans to further explore issues with off-highway vehicle use.
 
Council members in attendance agreed to hold a field trip in February or March to the Clear Creek Management Area to see the area and discuss off-highway vehicle use there and at other locations. (text continues below)
 
Jim Ryan from the Bicyclists and Equestrian Trail Association at Fort Ord discusses cooperative efforts with BLM and volunteers at Fort Ord.
Above: Jim Ryan from the Bicyclists and Equestrian Trail Association at Fort Ord discusses cooperative efforts with BLM staff and volunteers at Fort Ord.
 
The council formed an OHV subgroup at its meeting in May and the subgroup recently held an informal organizational meeting.
 
Following a tour of Fort Ord, council members discussed plans for development and habitat management at the former military installation. Council members at the meeting agreed to send a letter to BLM recommending that the base reuse plan include measures to preserve and interpret the military history of Fort Ord.
 
BLM Botanist Bruce Delgado tells RAC members about projects to repair erosion, control weeds and restore native plants.
Above: BLM Botanist Bruce Delgado tells RAC members about projects to repair erosion, control weeds and restore native plants.
 
BLM advisory council members and BLM sraff pose for a group photo
BLM Central California Advisory Council members and BLM staff pose for a group photo.
 
- Dave Christy, 10/30/07
 
 
BLM California News.bytes, issue 305

 
Last updated: 10-30-2007