BLM-Utah Recreation Strategy: Connecting with Utah Communities
In December 2015, BLM-Utah released a five-year step-down strategy for its Recreation and Visitor Services Program titled Connecting with Utah Communities. This strategy outlines BLM-Utah's current ideas for implementing the national strategy in Utah. The vision of the strategy is to build upon and expand BLM-Utah's collaboration with local, regional, and national organizations to provide outstanding and sustainable recreation opportunities on Utah's public lands that produce lasting benefits for the places Utahn's live, work, and play. These efforts will enable BLM-Utah to improve the quality of recreation opportunities on public lands and further contribute to the socioeconomic health and well-being of the local communities that we serve.
National Recreation Strategy: Connecting with Communities
In May 2014, the BLM released a national five-year strategy for its Recreation and Visitor Services Program titled Connecting with Communities. This strategy provides a framework for BLM offices at all levels to develop action plans that will increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the BLM's Recreation and Visitor Services program by more fully integrating with local communities, including locally-based government agencies, private sector industry and businesses.
BLM Moab Field Office’s Colorado River Pilot Program Aims to Increase Access to Veterans, Adaptive Sports Organizations, and Educational Institutions
The BLM is committed to providing the highest possible level of access to its facilities, programs, services, and activities on the public lands for persons with disabilities. The Moab Field Office is expanding programs that offer access to whitewater rafting for America’s injured veterans, and for other special populations, including adaptive sports organizations and educational institutions. The Moab Accessibility Summary highlights several of these accomplishments.
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