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For more information, see the          Forest Service Web site for             the Colorado Roadless Rule

 

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Over 140,000 Comments Submitted on the Colorado Roadless Rule 

The 90-day public comment period for the proposed rule for managing Colorado's valued public Roadless lands ended October 23, 2008. The Forest Service has committed to improving the flawed rule based on these comments.

 

The Forest Service is no longer taking comments on the proposed Colorado Roadless Rule. Visit here in the future to learn about new opportunities to get involved in the rulemaking process.

 

Local conservation groups provide opportunities to learn about, visit and protect roadless areas. Here is a sampling of local groups working across Colorado and the Southern Rockies (National Forests are listed for reference purposes, most groups also work on conservation issues beyond National Forest land):