Timeline – Southeastern Oregon Planning Process

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Helen Harbin on Wildlife

Helen Harbin on Wildlife

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Greater Sage Grouse and Sparrows at Hart Mountain

Greater Sage Grouse and Sparrows at Hart Mountain

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Sage-grouse Mating Dance

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What does the Resource Management Planning process look like?

The timeline below highlights the required steps in the Resource Management Planning process, the opportunities for public involvement, and ONDA’s engagement in the Southeastern Oregon Resource Management Planning process.

Public participation is at the foundation of the RMP process. Whether you’re an organization or an individual, your voice matters in how our public lands are managed.

Explore this graphic to better understand when and how the public can engage in resource management planning and why it is so important to do so.

 

 

 

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