Dates were announced in yesterday’s news release but not times and locations.
The first and last sessions will be online, separated by in-person meetings in Denver, Reno and Albuquerque.
The proposed rule would assert, not clarify as stated in the summary, that conservation is a valid use of public lands, on par with other such uses, with no statutory changes, an end-run around the legislative process.
The Public Lands Council, a ranching advocacy group, denounced the new rule.
As of this morning, over 13,000 comments have been submitted.
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