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OLYM Wilderness Stewardship Plan - Newsletter #1 - Scoping

The Scoping Newsletter provides information about the purpose and need for the Wilderness Stewardship Plan, the Wilderness Act, identifies key components of the plan, and lists some preliminary issues and opportunities to be considered in the plan.

Between now and the end of spring 2013, we are asking you to share your thoughts, concerns, and vision for the future of the Olympic National Park wilderness area. Your input is very important in guiding the planning team in our work.

Please review the newsletter and provide your comments here by clicking on the "Open for Comment" button to your left, then on the document link, and lastly on the "Comment on Document" button. The online comment form will appear for you to complete.

NOTE: Before including your personal information in your comment, you should be aware that your entire comment - including your personal identifying information - may be publicly available at any time. Although you may request that we withhold your personal information from public review, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to do so.

Comments made by individuals or organizations on behalf of other individuals or organizations will not be accepted.
Comment Period: Closed        Jan 23, 2013 - Apr 23, 2013
Topic Questions:
1. What makes the Olympic National Park wilderness area special to you and why?
2. When you visit the Olympic National Park wilderness area, what activities and experiences are most important to you?
3. What do you think the issues are in the Olympic National Park wilderness area?
4. Imagine you are visiting the Olympic National Park wilderness area 20 years from now. What conditions, experiences, visitor services, and facilities would you like to see?
5. Please share any additional comments or suggestions.
Document Content:
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