BLM seeks comments on modified Pryor Mountain Travel Management Plan

(BILLINGS, Mont.) – The Bureau of Land Management Billings Field Office is accepting public comment on the modified Pryor Mountain Travel Management Plan Environmental Assessment. 

Comments must be received by Dec. 14, 2020. 

The environmental assessment will focus on route designations, maintenance, public information, implementation, enforcement, monitoring and adaptive management for the Pryor Mountain Travel Management Area. This revised environmental assessment proposes changes based on public comments.  

More information, relevant documents and a venue for submitting comments are available on the BLM e-Planning project website at https://eplanning.blm.gov. Search using the NEPA number: DOI-BLM-MT-C010-2019-0029-EA. 

A virtual public meeting is set for Dec. 2, 5:30 to 7 p.m. via Zoom. Pre-registration is required. See the e-Planning project website for more details. 

Persons providing comments are advised that before including their address, phone number, e-mail address, or other personal identifying information, that their entire comment – including personal identifying information – may be made publicly available at any time. While those commenting can ask in their comments to withhold identifying information from public review, the BLM cannot guarantee that they will be able to do so. 

For more information contact Dave Lefevre at (406) 896-5349. 


The BLM manages more than 245 million acres of public land located primarily in the 11 Western states and Alaska. The BLM also administers 700 million acres of sub-surface mineral estate throughout the nation. In fiscal year 2018, the diverse activities authorized on BLM-managed lands generated $105 billion in economic output across the country. This economic activity supported 471,000 jobs and contributed substantial revenue to the U.S. Treasury and state governments, mostly through royalties on minerals.

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Mark Jacobsen