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News.bytes Extra, issue 496

Advisory group visits historic trail, discusses natural resources

Members of the BLM's Northeast California Resource Advisory Council learned about efforts to preserve remnants of the Noble's Emigrant Trail, when they held a field tour and meeting in Susanville Aug. 24 and 25.  Touring several sites along the trail, the RAC reviewed interpretive materials now being finalized that will tell the story of the westward migration as it passed through northeast California.

a woman looks at a map
RAC members review educational materials as Stan Bales, outdoor recreation planner for the Eagle Lake Field Office, explains.

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Members of the council and BLM staff tour a cave site along the Noble's trail.

During their meeting, council members discussed varied natural resource topics including conservation of sage grouse habitat, wild horse and burro management and wilderness.

Details on the advisory council, along with meeting agendas and minutes are available at http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/info/rac.html.

- Jeff Fontana, BLM Northern California District public affairs officer, 8/31/11

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Last updated: 09-02-2011