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November 2014 Lease Sale Comment Period

BLM is offering a 30 day public comment period on two environmental assessments (EAs) prepared for the November 2014 Oil and Gas Lease Sale. The public comment period is open from June 13, 2014, to July 14, 2014. All comments must be received by 4:30 pm on July 14, 2014. 

Additional project-specific information including the associated EA (NEPA number DOI-BLM-UT-G010-2014-093-EA) and unsigned finding of no significant impact (FONSI) for the November 2014 Oil and Gas Lease Sale is available on the Land Use Planning and NEPA Register (ePlanning).  


 


Jazz-Chromolly Trail Highlights

Jazz-Chromolly Highlights Video

The Jazz-Chromolly Trail in Vernal, Utah, is a first-class bike trail. As part of the Red Fleet Trails complex, Jazz-Chromolly combines flowing, winding segments with technical sections and challenging climbs. It crosses desert sands, slick rock and offers panoramic views of Red Fleet Reservoir, the Brush Creek Drainage and the Battleships formations, which give the Red Fleet Trails Complex its name.


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The Vernal Field Office is located in the northeast corner of Utah and administers lands within Daggett, Duchesne and Uintah Counties, plus a small portion of Grand County. The BLM also has Native American Trust responsibilities for Northern Ute Tribal and allotted mineral trust lands located within these counties. The area includes the south slope of the Uinta Mountains, the Uinta Basin, and the Book Cliffs region.

 

The management area is bounded on the west by the Wasatch Mountains and on the east by the Douglas Creek Arch in Colorado. There are approximately 7,325,500 acres within the boundary, of which 1,725,500 acres are BLM-managed surface lands. The Vernal Field Office administers energy related mineral activities on 3.8 million acres of Federal mineral lands (includes 1.3 million acres of National Forest Service lands) and post lease mineral operations on Indian trust mineral lands.

 

The VFO also offers a great variety of recreational activities; such as mountain biking, hiking, hunting and fishing. For more information, please click on "What We Do" and the Recreation link.

Bureau of Land Management
Vernal Field Office
170 South 500 East
Vernal, UT 84078
Phone: (435) 781-4400
Fax: (435) 781-4410