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Forest Managers Asking To Hear From Sportsmen

Monday, November 17, 2003

The U.S. Forest Service will be designating motorized travel routes and cross country travel routes in the Samuel R. McKelvie National Forest and Ogala National Grassland in Nebraska, and the Buffalo Gap National Grassland and Fort Pierre National Grassland in South Dakota. Decisions on travel routes will be made following a public process to revise land and resource management plans for those areas. Interested sportsmen can be added to a list of those receiving all documentation associated with this planning process, and receive notification of all meetings, by writing to: Nebraska National Forest, 125 North Main Street, Chadron, NE 69337-2118, Attn: Travel Management, or by calling Jerry Schumacher at (308) 432-0300.

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