Utah Wilderness News, June 15, 2010

Planning stage begins for Washington County

"The Bureau of Land Management has started the three-year process of
implementing the provisions of a massive lands bill passed last year by
Congress, which designated 256,338 acres of public lands as wilderness.

New management plans
are needed for the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve and Beaver Dam Wash, both
of which were classified as National Conservation Areas by the 2009
bill, and a complete and comprehensive Travel and Transportation
Management Plan must be developed to designate road systems for both
off-highway vehicles and mechanical uses such as biking." 
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