BLM Begins New Management Plan for Public Lands in North-Central Wyoming
The Bureau of Land Management has begun the process of revising a 1985 plan that directs the management of nearly 800,000 acres of public land in Campbell, Johnson, and Sheridan counties. These lands are adjacent to the Bighorn National Forest. An integral part of developing the new plan is public involvement which includes hunters and recreational shooters who want to secure their future on these lands. For this first phase of the planning process, the agency is accepting public comments until Monday, January 5, 2009.