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Moose-Wilson Corridor Public Scoping

One of the first steps in any planning process is the scoping or "discovery" phase in which initial ideas about what the plan should address are assembled. The planning team has begun this step by developing a preliminary set of issues and opportunities involving the park's Moose-Wilson corridor. Please review the scoping newsletter and then share your thoughts with us about how these issues could be resolved or if there are other topics that should be considered as part of the comprehensive management planning effort.
Comment Period: 12/06/2013 - 02/06/2014
Topic Questions:
1. What do you value most about your visits to the Moose-Wilson corridor
and why?
2. What do you think are the most important issues affecting the Moose-
Wilson corridor? Issues can be concerns, opportunities, or topics
needing further discussion.
3. Do you have any comments about the fundamental resources and values for the Moose Wilson corridor as described in the newsletter?
4. What aspects of the Moose-Wilson corridor do you hope will continue into the future? What changes would you like to be made in the corridor for the future?
5. What other comments or suggestions do you have?
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