Proposed Taos Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement BLM/NM/PL-12-01-1610

November 1, 2011

Proposed Taos Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement, Volume 1, Nov 2011 released/published by BLM

 

Letter sent to BLM Taos Field Office: Construction of New Trails Without NEPA Assessments and Approval –> NO REPLY, NO RESPONSE

E-mail and hardcopy letter sent to BLM Taos Field Office:  Subject = Nambe-Area Construction of New Trails without National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Assessments and Approval.

 

 

 

New trail (illegal) construction in the Sombrillo ACEC

Six of us spent the morning cutting in a new section of trail at the Nambe Badlands. Afterwards, Chris, Vint and I enjoyed the perfect weather while on a great ride.”  Bob Ward, President of the SFFTS. Posted 2/26/2012

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Meeting with Nambé residents and Tami Torres BLM Taos Field Office

A detailed discussion of Santa Fe County residents expressing concerns about illegal trail building continuing in the Sombrillo Area of Environmental Concern

 

 

Action Items from March 12, 2012 Meeting with BLM, Santa Fe Tire Society, and long-term trail users

Action items agreed upon at March 12, 2012 meeting with BLM, SFFTS, and trail users

 

 

BLM response to Nambe Geologist’s concerns about Santa Fe Fat Tire Society trail building in Sombrillo Area of Critical of Environmental Concern

BLM Response to Linda Fluk email : “Could I call you on the phone so I can explain the planning process for BLM?  We did not authorized trail maintenance or construction of trails in this area. They have already been told to stop.”

 

 

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Nambe geologist expresses concerns to BLM Taos Field Office about illegal trail building on Sombrillo Area of Critical Environmental Concern

Email from geologist from Nambe expressed concerns to BLM Taos Field Office about damage to Sombrillo Area of Critical Environmental Concern from Santa Fe Fat Tire Society trail construction

 

 

 

Meeting with BLM, Nambe Active Preservation Society, and Santa Fe Fat Tire Society

Meeting BLM, Nambe Active Preservation Society, the general public, and Santa Fe Fat Tire Society, held in Los Alamos

 

 

BLM Plans for Trail Closures on April 13,2012 with Volunteers

BLM Taos Field Office plans for a volunteer workday to close illegally constructed trails in the Sombrillo Area of Environmental Concern

 

 

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