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The Wilderness Stewardship Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement (WSP/DEIS) for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks (SEKI) is now available. The 30-day no action period will commence with the publication of the Notice of Availability in the Federal Register on April 3, 2015.

The NPS will use the management framework established by the Wilderness Stewardship Plan to preserve wilderness character, provide opportunities for and encourage public use and enjoyment of the wilderness, and improve conditions in areas where there may be unacceptable levels of impacts on wilderness character.

If you are interested in reading the final plan, please view it on this website under "Document List." There will be limited printed versions of the document available, and CD copies will be available. If you previously requested a printed or CD copy, it will be mailed to you the week of April 6. To obtain a copy of the document, please contact Nancy Hendricks, environmental protection specialist, at (559) 565-3102.

Printed copies will be available at area libraries in Tulare, Fresno, Kern, and Inyo counties, and at the SEKI visitor centers at Ash Mountain, Lodgepole, and Grant Grove.

Area libraries where printed copies of the WSP/FEIS will be available:

•Clovis Regional Library
•Fresno County Libraries: Bear Mountain Branch; Central Branch; Fowler Branch; Kingsburg Branch; Orange Cove Branch; Parlier Branch; Reedley Branch; Sanger Branch; Selma Branch; Sunnyside Branch
•Kern County Libraries: Bakersfield - Beale Memorial Library
•Inyo County Libraries: Big Pine Branch; Lone Pine Branch; Bishop Branch
•Tulare County Libraries: Dinuba Branch; Exeter Branch; Lindsay Branch; Three Rivers Branch; Visalia Branch; Porterville Public Library
•Merced County Libraries: Merced Library

Photo of the Kearsarge Pinnacles from University Peak, by Julie Vargo, from the 2015 Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Facebook Photo Contest.

Contact Information
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
Attn: Wilderness Stewardship Plan
47050 Generals Highway, Three Rivers, CA 93271