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Collaborative Area Management Plan

Volunteer working groups have been formed to prepare a Redington Pass Collaborative Area Management Plan (CAMP). They are meeting monthly to address four issues areas: Recreational Shooting, Recreational Access, Highly Used Areas, and Conflicts Among Users. Click here for more information on CAMP and the working groups.

FRP March 2015 Update
Read the March 2015 Update and please join our email list below to have future Updates and other pertinent information delivered to your inbox.

Community Meeting November 17, 2014
We hosted our second community meeting at the Emily Gray Junior High School on November 17th. Details of the successful event include an overview of the CAMP process.

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.

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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