A community group dedicated to considering motorized & non-motorized
recreational issues in the
Stanislaus National Forest
The SRS is an independent community group seeking
to enhance the quality of recreation opportunities in the Stanislaus
National Forest in a safe and environmentally responsible manner.
The primary goal of SRS is to minimize conflict between different forms of recreation and minimize the impact of all types of recreation on the environment. Recommendations by the group will be submitted to the Forest Supervisor or other entities as appropriate. The Forest Supervisor is committed to considering SRS recommendations. Click here for a copy of the Draft Group Charter and Member List, updated June 16, 2004.
Route Designation Public Workshops
December 11, 13, 14, 2006
5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Below are two letters that were sent to the Forest Service.
The first letter is direction from the Regional Forester clarifying Step 2. The other
letter is comments from the environmental community to the Regional Forester
on Route Designation.
Regional Forester's letter: Route Designation Step 2 Clarification and Direction (August 8, 2006)
Comments from the environmental community to the Regional Forester (August 23, 2006)
Prior to forming the group, over 150 stakeholder representatives met on June 14, 2003 to share concerns and issues - and determine next steps for the community. This group affirmed the value of a stakeholder process and suggested group composition. Participants recognized that creative solutions to recreation and access issues would involve community members who are not necessarily recreation advocates. Accordingly, the SRS was formed to include members representing recreation stakeholders, as well as members who represent community stakeholders. Some members represent both interests.
Copy of the June 14, 2003 Meeting Highlights
Copy of Event Press Release (May 8, 2003)
Press Release about the project (June 1, 2004)
Newsletter: Stanislaus National Forest Route Designation Project Update (September 2006, Volume 1, Issue 1)
For more Information, Email: email@example.com
|CCP: (916) 445-2079
USFS: (209) 532-3671 x 321
The Center for Collaborative Policy provides meeting
and facilitation support to the effort. Click
here for more information about the Center for Collaborative Policy
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