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June 25, 2007 03:45PM
For the past two years, a group of dedicated NPS staff made up of representatives of each division have been hard at work on the Tuolumne River Plan and Tuolumne Meadows Plan. This summer the NPS team will release the TUOLUMNE PLANNING WORKBOOK, a compilation of all work completed during this time. It will include a summary of the Tuolumne Wild and Scenic River values, management strategies prescribed for the river corridor, and a set of color-coded preliminary alternative concepts. Based on public comments received during last summer's scoping period, as well as a series of public workshops, these concepts present different scenarios for how the river corridor--and most specifically, Tuolumne Meadows--could be managed in the future.

THE TEAM NEEDS YOUR HELP. Before sitting down next fall to develop the alternatives that will be analyzed in the Tuolumne River Plan's draft environmental impact statement, we are looking to park staff, the public, stakeholders, tribal groups, and other agencies to weigh in on the preliminary work completed so far. The TUOLUMNE PLANNING WORKBOOK will be available to the public for review in mid-July. Comments on the document--including the preliminary concepts--will be accepted through September. To receive a copy of this publication, send an email with your name and address to YOSE_Planning@nps.gov, or leave a phone message at 209/379-1365.

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