The Northwest California Integrated Resource Management Plan (NCIP) will guide the agency in decision making on these public lands for the next 15 to 20 years. It affects about 400,000 acres of public land in Del Norte, Siskiyou, Shasta, Humboldt, Mendocino, Trinity, Tehama, and Butte counties.
The Bureau of Land Management is asking for public comments on issues that should be addressed as it begins developing a Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement for public lands managed by the Redding and Arcata field offices.
The NCIP will replace the resource management plans that were put into place in the mid-1990s for both field offices. It will incorporate current information on the status of the lands and resources managed by BLM.
The BLM will work closely with tribal partners, county governments, and local, state, and federal agencies in developing the new plan.
- Redding: Monday, Jan. 9, Civic Center Community Room (Redding City Hall), 777 Cypress Ave.
- Weaverville: Tuesday, Jan. 10, Veterans Memorial Hall, 103 Memorial Dr.
- Eureka: Wednesday, Jan. 11, Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, 911 Waterfront Dr.
- Garberville/Redway: Thursday, Jan. 12, Mateel Community Center, 54 Rusk Ln., Redway
- Willits: Tuesday, Jan. 17, Willits City Hall Community Center, 111 Commercial St.
- Chico: Wednesday, Jan. 18, Oxford Suites, 2035 Business Ln.
- Yreka: Thursday, Jan. 19, Miner’s Inn, 122 E. Miner St.
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