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Moab Field Office
Release Date: 10/23/12
Contacts: Katie Stevens , 435-259-2100  

BLM Releases EA for Jeep Safari and Other Permitted,
Non-Competitive Motorized Use of Jeep Safari Routes

Moab, Utah—The Bureau of Land Management’s Moab Field Office has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) concerning the renewal of the Red Rock 4-Wheelers Jeep Safari and Fall Campout 10-Year Special Recreation Permit. In addition, the EA analyzes other permitted, non-competitive motorized use of Jeep Safari routes. Private use of these routes is not included in the analysis. The document is available online at, at the Moab Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management located at 82 East Dogwood, Moab, UT 84532, or by calling (435) 259-2100. The comment period for the Environmental Assessment extends until November 30, 2012.  Please send comments to the Moab Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management at 82 East Dogwood, Moab, UT 84532 or you may email comments to

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Moab Field Office   82 East Dogwood      Moab, UT 84532  

Last updated: 10-23-2012