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October 2014 Update

Redington Pass User Survey
We have been gearing up our efforts to reach out to people and organizations who visit Redington Pass, as part of the Collaborative Area Management Plan (CAMP) process. Recently we created an online community survey we would like to share with you. Please complete the survey, especially if you were not able to attend our public meeting last spring. You are welcome to forward the survey on to others. The more information we have about how people use Redington Pass, the better informed we will be when developing recommended management strategies to the Coronado National Forest.

Outreach
As part of the CAMP process, we have been meeting with different organizations to get more detailed information about their experiences on the Pass and their issues and concerns. If you are involved with an organization that would like to meet with FRP to discuss Redington Pass, please email us and we will get back to you promptly to arrange a meeting.

Community Meeting
We will also be hosting another community meeting this fall at the Emily Gray Junior High School. Please put Monday, November 17, 2014 at 7:00 pm on your calendar for our second community meeting to gather input from a full range of people and organizations that visit Redington Pass.

Closure Extended
In other updates, the Coronado National Forest has extended for another year the closure of the shooting range areas between Mile Marker 5 and 7 as clean up continues. Over 1000 tons of contaminated soil have been removed recently from the sites. Arizona Daily Star article.

 
 


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