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ONP WSP Preliminary Draft Alternatives
 
Date Start Time End Time Location
03/18/2014 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Port Angeles Public Library
2210 S. Peabody Street
Port Angeles, Washington
360-417-8500
The National Park Service (NPS) is preparing a Wilderness Stewardship Plan (WSP)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Olympic National Park. Last spring we completed public scoping for the plan. We received 269 correspondences that contained a wide range of concerns, and suggestions for how the Olympic Wilderness should be managed in the future. In response, we developed a range of preliminary draft alternatives. The alternatives were designed to reflect the key topics raised by the public during the public scoping process.

We are asking for your assistance again. Please review the detailed description of each of the preliminary draft alternatives and management zones. Your review and comment at this key stage of the planning process will ensure that we are developing the best possible future for the Olympic Wilderness. Moreover, we want to ensure that we have accurately heard and addressed your comments as we move forward in developing the plan.

You have a variety of options for providing us with your comments. You may submit your comment here on the planning website, mail your comment to the address provided, or attend one of a series of public meetings in late March and early April. We will be accepting comments through May 17, 2014.

Following this review, we will refine the alternatives, select or develop a preferred alternative, and complete the required environmental analysis, at which time additional opportunities will be provided for public involvement on the draft WSP/EIS.

We understand that your time is valuable and we appreciate your assistance. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions on these preliminary draft alternatives.

 
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The meetings will be conducted in an open house format.

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ONP WSP Preliminary Draft Alternatives
 
Date Start Time End Time Location
03/19/2014 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Department of Natural Resources
411 Tillicum Lane
Forks, Washington
360-374-2800
The National Park Service (NPS) is preparing a Wilderness Stewardship Plan (WSP)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Olympic National Park. Last spring we completed public scoping for the plan. We received 269 correspondences that contained a wide range of concerns, and suggestions for how the Olympic Wilderness should be managed in the future. In response, we developed a range of preliminary draft alternatives. The alternatives were designed to reflect the key topics raised by the public during the public scoping process.

We are asking for your assistance again. Please review the detailed description of each of the preliminary draft alternatives and management zones. Your review and comment at this key stage of the planning process will ensure that we are developing the best possible future for the Olympic Wilderness. Moreover, we want to ensure that we have accurately heard and addressed your comments as we move forward in developing the plan.

You have a variety of options for providing us with your comments. You may submit your comment here on the planning website, mail your comment to the address provided, or attend one of a series of public meetings in late March and early April. We will be accepting comments through May 17, 2014.

Following this review, we will refine the alternatives, select or develop a preferred alternative, and complete the required environmental analysis, at which time additional opportunities will be provided for public involvement on the draft WSP/EIS.

We understand that your time is valuable and we appreciate your assistance. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions on these preliminary draft alternatives.

 
Description:
The meetings will be conducted in an open house format.

Meeting Directions/Instructions:


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ONP WSP Preliminary Draft Alternatives
 
Date Start Time End Time Location
03/24/2014 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Cotton Building
607 Water Street
Port Townsend, Washington
360-379-4412
The National Park Service (NPS) is preparing a Wilderness Stewardship Plan (WSP)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Olympic National Park. Last spring we completed public scoping for the plan. We received 269 correspondences that contained a wide range of concerns, and suggestions for how the Olympic Wilderness should be managed in the future. In response, we developed a range of preliminary draft alternatives. The alternatives were designed to reflect the key topics raised by the public during the public scoping process.

We are asking for your assistance again. Please review the detailed description of each of the preliminary draft alternatives and management zones. Your review and comment at this key stage of the planning process will ensure that we are developing the best possible future for the Olympic Wilderness. Moreover, we want to ensure that we have accurately heard and addressed your comments as we move forward in developing the plan.

You have a variety of options for providing us with your comments. You may submit your comment here on the planning website, mail your comment to the address provided, or attend one of a series of public meetings in late March and early April. We will be accepting comments through May 17, 2014.

Following this review, we will refine the alternatives, select or develop a preferred alternative, and complete the required environmental analysis, at which time additional opportunities will be provided for public involvement on the draft WSP/EIS.

We understand that your time is valuable and we appreciate your assistance. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions on these preliminary draft alternatives.

 
Description:
The meetings will be conducted in an open house format.

Meeting Directions/Instructions:


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ONP WSP Preliminary Draft Alternatives
 
Date Start Time End Time Location
03/26/2014 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Quinault Lake School
6130 U.S. 101
Amanda Park, Washington
360-288-2260
The National Park Service (NPS) is preparing a Wilderness Stewardship Plan (WSP)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Olympic National Park. Last spring we completed public scoping for the plan. We received 269 correspondences that contained a wide range of concerns, and suggestions for how the Olympic Wilderness should be managed in the future. In response, we developed a range of preliminary draft alternatives. The alternatives were designed to reflect the key topics raised by the public during the public scoping process.

We are asking for your assistance again. Please review the detailed description of each of the preliminary draft alternatives and management zones. Your review and comment at this key stage of the planning process will ensure that we are developing the best possible future for the Olympic Wilderness. Moreover, we want to ensure that we have accurately heard and addressed your comments as we move forward in developing the plan.

You have a variety of options for providing us with your comments. You may submit your comment here on the planning website, mail your comment to the address provided, or attend one of a series of public meetings in late March and early April. We will be accepting comments through May 17, 2014.

Following this review, we will refine the alternatives, select or develop a preferred alternative, and complete the required environmental analysis, at which time additional opportunities will be provided for public involvement on the draft WSP/EIS.

We understand that your time is valuable and we appreciate your assistance. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions on these preliminary draft alternatives.

 
Description:
The meetings will be conducted in an open house format.

Meeting Directions/Instructions:


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ONP WSP Preliminary Draft Alternatives
 
Date Start Time End Time Location
04/01/2014 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Civic Center (Meeting Room 1)
525 W. Cota Street
Shelton, Washington
360-426-4441
The National Park Service (NPS) is preparing a Wilderness Stewardship Plan (WSP)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Olympic National Park. Last spring we completed public scoping for the plan. We received 269 correspondences that contained a wide range of concerns, and suggestions for how the Olympic Wilderness should be managed in the future. In response, we developed a range of preliminary draft alternatives. The alternatives were designed to reflect the key topics raised by the public during the public scoping process.

We are asking for your assistance again. Please review the detailed description of each of the preliminary draft alternatives and management zones. Your review and comment at this key stage of the planning process will ensure that we are developing the best possible future for the Olympic Wilderness. Moreover, we want to ensure that we have accurately heard and addressed your comments as we move forward in developing the plan.

You have a variety of options for providing us with your comments. You may submit your comment here on the planning website, mail your comment to the address provided, or attend one of a series of public meetings in late March and early April. We will be accepting comments through May 17, 2014.

Following this review, we will refine the alternatives, select or develop a preferred alternative, and complete the required environmental analysis, at which time additional opportunities will be provided for public involvement on the draft WSP/EIS.

We understand that your time is valuable and we appreciate your assistance. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions on these preliminary draft alternatives.

 
Description:
The meetings will be conducted in an open house format.

Meeting Directions/Instructions:


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ONP WSP Preliminary Draft Alternatives
 
Date Start Time End Time Location
04/03/2014 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Seattle Public Library
Wright/Ketcham Room; Level 4, Room 2
1000 4th Avenue
Seattle, Washington
206-386-4636
The National Park Service (NPS) is preparing a Wilderness Stewardship Plan (WSP)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Olympic National Park. Last spring we completed public scoping for the plan. We received 269 correspondences that contained a wide range of concerns, and suggestions for how the Olympic Wilderness should be managed in the future. In response, we developed a range of preliminary draft alternatives. The alternatives were designed to reflect the key topics raised by the public during the public scoping process.

We are asking for your assistance again. Please review the detailed description of each of the preliminary draft alternatives and management zones. Your review and comment at this key stage of the planning process will ensure that we are developing the best possible future for the Olympic Wilderness. Moreover, we want to ensure that we have accurately heard and addressed your comments as we move forward in developing the plan.

You have a variety of options for providing us with your comments. You may submit your comment here on the planning website, mail your comment to the address provided, or attend one of a series of public meetings in late March and early April. We will be accepting comments through May 17, 2014.

Following this review, we will refine the alternatives, select or develop a preferred alternative, and complete the required environmental analysis, at which time additional opportunities will be provided for public involvement on the draft WSP/EIS.

We understand that your time is valuable and we appreciate your assistance. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions on these preliminary draft alternatives.

 
Description:
The meetings will be conducted in an open house format.

Meeting Directions/Instructions:


Enter your starting address to get directions from Google Maps.