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You should have already received an email to let you know the Valles Caldera Trust is proposing a 10-year plan to restore and manage the forest, grassland, shrubland, and riparian systems of the Valles Caldera National Preserve.
I am the preserve manager and responsible official overseeing this effort. This project is important to me not only as the preserve manager but also as a lifelong resident of the Jemez Mountains. I have grown up fishing, hunting and exploring this landscape and spent my career caring for the land. I know that many of you share my deep connection to this landscape.
I wanted to personally encourage you to review the information provided about the existing condition of the Preserve and our proposed plan for management and restoration.
I also encourage you to share your comments and thoughts regarding the proposed plan. Our planning and decision-making is guided by many federal laws including the National Environmental Policy Act, referred to as NEPA; planning and decision making is often referred to as the “NEPA process.”
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