Additional acreage for JTNP?

May 24, 2016 · Posted in Archives, Call To Action, Climber Alert, General, News 

The NPS has initiated a boundary adjustment study that considers returning over 20,000 acres of land in the Eagle Mountain area back to the park. The draft document is out with a variety of alternatives with the majority of land to be returned currently under BLM Management.

See below for resources to better understand the alternatives proposed (4, currently). Take a look at these linked docs and maps… and then use the email JOTR

Joshua-Tree-National-Park-Boundary-Study-Fact-Sheet

TopoMap

JOTR_EM_EA_Review_Newsletter_March_2016

Send comments via email to JOTR_Study@nps.gov

Please feel free to comment on this post to share your feelings about expanding the Park boundaries, what issues are important to consider, and how this can impact the local recreation economy of Joshua Tree. 

FOJT Board Of Directors

 

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